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Chancery Depositions (PRO C21 R.25/10 depositions: Rosse v Harlakenden)

7.4.1623 (Monday 7 April 1623)

document 18001693

to the fourth interrogatory this deponent deposeth that about twenty six years since a boy came to Lamarsh Hall in Essex to the house of one Thos Manning in Lamarsh whose feet were rotted of and the said boy upon examination said he was one of Cuckoe's sons of Colchester and his father was dead and his mother put him to his shifts and further he saith that Rose one other of the said complainant Rose her children did come to the house of Wm Springett in Lamarsh aforesaid where she continued for the space of fifteen or sixteen weeks until she had otherwise provided for herself and also the said deponent saith that he did hear that one Jackson the beggar did carry one other of the children of the complainant Rose about the country and more he deposeth not