Witness Deposition – Cuthbert Mills – 9 Sep 1764

Document Type: Witness Deposition
Date: 9 Sep 1764
Correspondent: Cuthbert Mills
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Cuthbert Mills of Medomsley in the County of Durham Yeoman Aged 52 Years .

Was Serv[an]t to Mr Surtees for 2 of 3 ye[ar]s at Woodhead & proves the repairing the Road as above ment[ione]d , & that Swalwell assisted with a Dra[ugh]t p[er]sonally.
Contained within pages of summary notes from the depositions. Undated but assumed to be of same date as other summarised statements

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