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schedules in the sayd articles mentioned hee saith hee was present in Company
with the arlate John Corbyn. Charles Mitchell and Mathew Clements at a
house in the Burrough of Southwarke about three or fower moneths since
and there heard the sayd Corbin Mitchell and Clements have some discourse touching
certayne goods and Materialls by them formerly delivered to him the sayd Corbin
or his order, by them the sayd Mitchell and Clements for the use of a shipp called
the Roger and Edmond whereof the sayd Corbin was at the tyme of the delivery of
the sayd goods Master, (being as this deponent beleeveth the same shipp Roger
and Edmond arlate) and the sayd Mitchell for the goods by him delivered did then
demand of the sayd Corbin as Master of the sayd shipp the summe of forty sixe
pounds nyneteene shillings, and the sayd Corbin did in this deponents presence
acknowledge that hee had receaved powder and a gunne and carriage and
other Commodities of the sayd Mitchell for the use of the sayd shipp to the
value aforesayd And the sayd Clements did at the same tyme and place demand
of the sayd Corbin the summe of five pounds tenn shillings five pence for the
goods by him as aforesayd delivered to the sayd Corbin or his order for the use
of the sayd shipp And the sayd Corbin did then alsoe before this deponent
acknowledge that hee had receaved blocks and other materialls of the sayd
Clements for the use of the sayd shipp amounting to five pounds tenn shillings
sterling or thereabouts And further to these articles and to the two schedules in them
mentioned hee cannot depose saveing hee beleeveth that the goods for which
the sayd Mitchell and Clements then demanded money of the sayd Corbyn
and which the sayd Corbin then acknowledged hee receaved for the use of the sayd shipp, were
the goods in the sayd two schedules specified./

To the 4th hee saith hee referreth him selfe to the Registry of this Court
and further cannot depose/

To the 5th hee cannot depose.

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/

John Mitchell [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The first day of March 1657./

A business of examination of wittnesses on the)
part and behalfe of Gregory Clements against)
George Pryor and Robert South: Smith)

Examined on an allegation on the behalfe
of Gregory Clements./

Smith dt. jus

John Tysoe of the parish of Saint Catherine Coleman
London Merchant aged fiftie two yeares or thereabouts
a wittnesse sworne and examined saith and deposeth as
followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that in the yeares 1654
the arlate shipp the discovery alias the Saint Jacob was by consent of the arlate
George Pryor and Robert South sould unto the arlate Captaine Plunkett for
fowerteene hundred pounds with condition (as hee beleeveth that the arlate
Gregory Clements might on behalfe of him selfe and such others as her
Owners as hee should thinke fitt hold a quarter part of the sayd shipp at
that price And hee this deponent being a person imployed to keepe the



Gregory Clements

Captaine Plunkett

John Tysoe


Primary sources



C 5/21/25 Short title: Clement v Pyndar. Plaintiffs: Gregory Clement. Defendants: Matthew Pyndar, [unknown] Hill, and others. Subject: manor of Apley, Lincolnshire. Document type: bill, answer. 1655
C 5/31/60 Short title: Heaveningham v Clement. Plaintiffs: William Heaveningham. Defendants: Gregory Clement. Subject: money matters. Document type: bill, demurrer. 1656


HCA 30/840/90 Decree in Barthelemy DuBois, Maximilien Cambeir, Michel Pilott et al. v. Gregory Clements and Maximilian Thompson before Sir Nathaniel Brent and William Forth, doctors of law (ff. 214, 215)


FOR CONTEXT PROB 4/635 Engrossed Inventories Exhibited from 1660. Carlile, Thomas, of St Lawrence, Jewry, London, Citizen and gunmaker. 15 July 1687

FOR CONTEXT PROB 4/9052 Engrossed Inventories Exhibited from 1660. Hardman, Matthew, of St. Buttolph without Algate, London, gunmaker. 19 January 1684

FOR CONTEXT PROB 4/19422 Engrossed Inventories Exhibited from 1660. Evetts, William, of the Libertie of the Tower of London, gunmaker. 30 May 1662

FOR CONTEXT PROB 5/630 Miscellaneous Inventories, Accounts, and Associated Documents. HARDMAN, Matthew, of St Botolph without Aldgate, London, gunmaker (includes commission) [Administration act: PROB 6/58]. 1683

PROB 11/351 Bence 55-108 Will of Maurice Thomson of Haversham, Buckinghamshire 09 May 1676
PROB 11/369/468 Will of Nicholas Plunkett, Mariner of Kinsale, County Cork. 11 April 1682