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Chancery Depositions (PRO C24/500 piece 48 depositions: Lunt v Rosse)

23.9.1623 (Tuesday 23 September 1623)

document 17900804

two that he this deponent heretofore being the apprentice of the complainant Ralph Lunt doth very well remember that the defendant Rose for the space of six years together at the least did come every term and lodge and diet at and in the then dwelling house of the said Ralph Lunt then being in Cow Lane in the parish of St Sepulchre without Newgate London and at and upon the proper costs and charges of the said Ralph Lunt and as this deponent hath credibly heard the said defendant Rose did the like for the space of divers years before and this deponent also saith that the said Rose shortly after the decease of her said late husband Partridge left of her said sojourning at and in the house of the said Ralph Lunt upon his costs and charges as this deponent hath credibly heard and partly knoweth further to this interrogatory this deponent saith he cannot materially depose