Witness Depositions – William Jobling – 2 Apr 1690

Document Type: Witness Depositions
Date: 2 Apr 1690
Correspondent: William Jobling
Archive Source: TNA E 134 2W&M Trin15
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William Jobling a Witnesse Examined for the Complain[an]ts and now on Counter Interr[ogator]ys for the Def[endan]t Deposeth as followeth: 

1:2:3	To the first second and third Iner[rogator]ys this Depont saith That he for himselfe and others hath frequently ledd & carryed timber and as he Beleives to the Deft <and> his Grandfathers knowledge to Both the Lead hills <in> the pleadings mentioned without any Interupc[i]on hee having often mett them when he was Leading <a>nd paid three pence for each foother or Load for Banck leave to One Chambers And <..>id who Farmed t<he> said two Lead hills 

Capt et Jurat die Anno et Loco Supradict Coram nobis 

John Pickells  Jo Em[m]erson   Fred Newton 

Witness on behalf of William Blackett in answer to Tempest's cross-interrogatories. See 2nd April 1690 'Questions to witnesses'  Thomas Tempest, cross-interrogatories,  and notes given there for background to the case.

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