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Chancery Depositions (PRO C24/498 pt 2 piece 6 depositions: Rosse v Harlakenden)

14.6.1623 (Saturday 14 June 1623)

document 17801398

five that it is very true that after the said tenement and lands were forfeited unto him this deponent and the said Gurling for not payment of the monies as aforesaid he this deponent and the said Gurling did surrender the same tenement and lands to the use of the said Robt Partridge and his heirs but he saith that they were not moved to make the said surrender upon any doubt or fear that they had whether the said Rose was examined upon her said surrender yea or no for that as he hath before deposed they were very well satisfied for that matter before they would take the said mortgage but he saith that the chief and only causes and considerations moving them to make the said surrender were first the sum of 160li which they had for the said premises and then because they were very credibly informed that the said tenement and lands were entailed by one Barnaby and this he saith is as much as to his now remembrance he can materially depose to all the questions of this interrogatory saving this that so near as he can now remember the time it is about thirty years ago that they did so surrender the said tenement and lands unto the said Robt Partridge as aforesaid