HCA 13/62 f.4r Annotate
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Clases Dirrickson of huysen aforesaid marriner aged aboute 32 yeares sworne
and examined sayeth and deposeth as followeth videlicet/
To the first and the rest of the interrogatories hee sayeth and deposeth That aboute three
weekes ince at Waterford in Ireland there were laden aboard the interrate shippe
the Corke of houysen aforesaid whereof his Precontest John Arans was master
hides, wooll and some bookes bu one Christopher Peters whoe went a steersman in the
sayd shippe but for whose accounte or to whome consigned the said goodes were hee for his parte