Chancery Depositions (PRO C22/84/16 depositions: Jn Hunwick v Thos Clark)

5.9.14Chas2 (Friday 5 September 1662)

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to the second and third interrogatory he saith that he did know the illegible text Jn Hunwick in the bill named and was acquainted with him about ten years illegible text the complainant Jn Hunwick is eldest son and heir to the said Jn Hunwick his father that the said Jn Hunwick the father was seised in his demesne as of fee at the time of and in five crofts or quillets of pasture ground lying in Earls Colne illegible text in the county of Essex called and commonly known as Kings otherwise Peacocks and of and in one illegible text called Holmes otherwise Goldwires and that the said Jn Hunwick the father did mortgage the premises in his lifetime and this deponent saith that he did know Rich illegible text in the bill named Thos Grimwood and Francis Grimwood and did know them tell their illegible text that the said Rich Stokes did inform this deponent the said land in question was (torn) him by Jn Hunwick the father of the illegible text but whether illegible text he knoweth not