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a young man sanguine complexion and brown hair, Albert Wulfe
of Saint Catharine Street in Hamburgh a young man sanguine complexion
and browne hair. Marke Marten of Lubeck whom this Rendent knoweth
not. Michael Huisch of greene strete hamburgh middle aged and inclining
to gray haires. Abraham Ankelman of the domb Hamburgh middle
middle age black haire and complexion swarthy. Jean Roover
a youg man long browne hair fair complexion and ruddy living
in Hamburgh Jacob and ffrancis Williams of Reyners [?Tradden] Hamburgh
young men fair complexion and browne haire. Jurian Schoonman
of the Keirnader Hamburgh middle age inclining to gray. Jean
Chantemel of Burstall Hamburgh. an old man and gray. Bernand
Berneten of dantzyck whom this deponent knoweth not. Marke Luc[?e]
of Spessort Hamburgh. middle age and browne hair and complexion something
swarthy. Reynard de Leuvin of Becker street in Hamburgh. middle
age white hair and sallow complexion. Joachim Master of the
Keyreweder a young man whitish complexion and browne haire
Joan van Sprequelson of Cramone Hamburg. of middle age whitish
complexion and browne hayre. Jan vermeulen of the Wantram Hamburgh
a young man whitish hair and fair complexion. Isaack Stegman
of drackwall straet Hamburgh middle age and browne haire. Caspar
Hougrat neere the barrs in Hamburg. middle aged, browne haired
and complexioned. Peter Bolein of the Wantram Hamburgh of middle
age fair complexion and browne hair. paul femond and Companie
of Nurenbergh who this Rendent knoweth not. Jan Baptista Jonker
of Greenstreet Hamburgh middle aged inclining to gray. George
Bettleer of the Wantrom Hamburgh middle age, browne hair and complexion
the heyres of Joos van Werbock of Ryck street Hamburgh all young
some men some women and all fair of complexion. Jacob [?dalbae]
by the barrs Hamburgh. middle aged browne of hair and complexion
David Hammal of Greene street Hamburgh. middle aged swarthy of complexion
and hair. ffrancis vander wild of Hamburgh a young man white hair
and sallow complexion. Daniel Dorville of the Rompsmart Hamburgh.
an elderly man inclining to gray. ffrancis Vandorl of [?bonestreet]
Hamburgh. a young man fair complexion and whitish hair. Jacques
Martin of Saint Catharine [?strad] Hamburgh. middle age browne hair and
complexion. Simon voche of green street Hamburgh a young man
swarthy complexion and black hayre. Dettliffe Stolly of [?bonestreet]
Hamburgh of middle age of browne hair. Dirck Cors of Saint John
street Hamburgh an elderly man of browne hair. Hans Bode of
the Wantcomb Hamburgh a young man fair complexion and white hair.
the widdow of Middledorp an ancient matron in the Grim Hamburgh.
Henry Hartman of Saint Catharine street Hamburgh middle age
fair complexion and browne hair. Jan Temminck of Ryck street
Hamburgh middle age sallow complexion and browne hair. Andreas
Bornberg of Saint Johns street Hamburgh an ancyent man all gray. dominq
van Dabe of Hamburgh middle age and browne complexion and hair
Paulus Bernbergh of Saint Johns street an ancyent man and gray
Jan Hansen Schaman by the Meurne Hamburgh middle age and
browne of hair and complexion. frederick Machell and hairs of
Michell Cazemill of Nurenbergh whom this Rendent knoweth not. Dirick
Wetgen of Nenburgh Hamburgh a young man fair complexion and browne
hair. Arnolt van Haesdonck of the Wantram in Hamburgh of middle