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Thomas Oliver his viceconsull there were in the moneths and tyme
arlate in the yeare 1655 factors or Agents for the arlate Thomas Rowse
and ffrancis ffowke And saith the sayd William ffowke in the tyme aforesayd
of this deponents certayne knowledge was Commonly reputed to be the Consull att the Morea aforesayd for the English
Nation and the sayd Oliver his Viceconsull there and further saving his subsequent
deposition hee cannot depose/

To the second hee saith saving his subsequent deposition hee cannot answere
more particularly thereto/

To the 3 and 4th articles of the sayd allegation and the schedule mentioned
in the sayd 4th article hee saith that hee being boatswaine of the Cesar arlate
the voyage in question, and aboard her knoweth that in the tyme arlate the arlate
Edward Wright Stephen Wright and William Langhorne did for
the Accompt of the arlate ffrancis ffowke and Thomas Rowse hire the sayd
shipp Cesar (as this deponent hath heard and beleeveth) at Genoa to go from there
to Castle de Marr and there to take in a ladeing of Pipe staves and hoopes
from the arlate John Byam and John Trelauney to be delivered
the Morea to the arlate William ffowke Consull of the English Nation there
or his Assignes, and there take in such Curranse or other goods aboard
the sayd shipp as hee the sayd Fowke or his assignes should put aboard
thereof and transporte them thense for England and there deliver them to the
sayd Thomas Rowse ffrancis ffowke And further to these articles
and Schedule hee cannot depose not being any wittnes to the Schedule
or charterpartie in that behalfe made./

To the 5th and 6th articles of the sayd allegation and the bill of
ladeing in the sayd 5th article mentioned hee saith that hee being Boatswaine
of the shipp Cesar aforesayd well knoweth that in or about the moneth
of July 1655 there were shipped aboard the Cesar for Accompt of the
articulate ffrancis ffowke and Thomas Rowse by the arlate Edward and
Stephen Wright and William Langhorne fower baggs of money (con=
teyning as the articulate William ffudge told this deponent fower thousand
dollars) consigned to be delivered to the articulate William ffowke at
the Morea And further to these articles hee cannot depose being not
privie to the signeing of any bills of ladeing for the same



William Langhorne


Primary sources



C 5/19/79 Short title: Langhorne v Lowther. Plaintiffs: James Langhorne and William Langhorne. Defendants: Sir John Lowther bart and others. Subject: property in Beckfoots in Bampton, Westmorland. Document type: bill, answer. 1654

C 6/106/128 Short title: Richard v Langhorne. Plaintiffs: David Richard . Defendants: William Langhorne . Subject: money matters, Pembrokeshire. Document type: bill, answer. 1650
C 6/125Pt2/22 Short title: Langhorne v Surman. Plaintiffs: William Langhorne. Defendants: John Surman, William Bayly and Elizabeth Bayly his wife. Subject: will of the deceased Jasper Yardley, of Guildford, Surrey. Document type: bill, plea. 1654

C 10/9/54 William Langhorne and Christopher Nott and Elizabeth his wife v Christopher Bell and Mabel his wife, Edward James and Richard Kirkbride and [-] his wife: personal estate of Thomas Browne, deceased, of Carlisle, Cumberland. 1650
C 10/15/61 Sir Job Harby knight, Thomas Bownest, John Smith, William Langhorne, Edward Overing and Simon Snow v Robert Charlton: money matters, Devon. 1652
C 10/22/90 William Langhorne, Christopher Nott and Elizabeth his wife v Christopher Bell and Mabel his wife and Edward James and ... his wife: personal estate of Thomas Browne, deceased, of Carlisle, Cumberland. Bill and answer. 1654
C 10/238/51 Sir William Langhorne baronet v John Huniades: money matters. Answer. 1691
C 10/238/53 Sir William Langhorne baronet v John Huniades: money matters, Middlesex. Bill and answer. 1691


PROB 11/247/407 Will of William Langhorne, Merchant of Putney, Surrey 15 February 1655
PROB 11/316/524 Will of William Langhorne, Gentleman of Stevenage, Hertfordshire 08 May 1665