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The second of July 1657.

Rp 2.

John Keylock servant and Apprentice of Edward
Poultney of the parish of Saint Michaels in Cornehill
London Scrivener, aged 19 yeeres or thereabouts sworne
before the right worshippfull Charles Cock Esquire
one of the Judges of the high Court of the Admiraltie
and exámined as aforesaid saith as followeth, videlicet.

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee well
knoweth the producents Thomas Sherwill and henry Crew
and saith they were and are
part owners of the shipp the Suckling or Suckley interrogated
and for such commonly accounted, namely the said Sherwill owner
of á quarter part of the said vessell tackle apparell and furniture
and the said Crew owner of a halfe part or share of the same
which hee knoweth because hee this deponent on the fifteenth
of November last was present at his said masters shopp in Cornehill London
and did see Issac Phillips (who to that time was owner of her)
signe seale and for his act and deed deliver a bill of sale of
the said quarter part, thereby sold and transferred to the said Sherwill,
and on or about the nine and twentieth day of the same moneth soe had
at the same place signe seale and for his act and deed deliver
another bill of sale of the said halfe thereby sold to the said Crew,
which being soe donne, this deponent as a witnes set his hand
on the back of each of the said bills, and saith that the two bills
of sale now showed unto him, were and are the true and originall
bills soe signed, sealed and delivered by the said Issac Phillips
for the said parte.

Repeated (as likewise his precontest)
before doctor Godolphin.



The 3 of July 1657/

William Browning and Company Owners of the Plaine}
dealing against William Bulkley: Smith Suckley}

Examined on an allegation given in on the
behalfe of the sayd Bulkley./

vide jus B18./

Rer 3s 4d


Richard Pendaruts of London Marchant aged
twenty fower yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne
and examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the 1: 2: 3: 4th 5th and sixth articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that
hee this deponent being in the yeare 1655 resident in mallaga in Spaine
hee receaved advise from mr Robert hubbold of London Merchant this deponents partner that the arlate
Browning was to come with his shipp the Plaine dealing from New England
with a Cargo of goods there taken aboard her for Accompt of the producent
Mr Bulkley to be delivered at Mallega and that the sayd Mr Bulkley had by his letter ordered that the sayd
goods should at Mallega be delivered to him the sayd Mr Robert hubbold who aXXXX
hee writt intended to bee speedily at Mallega) and him this deponent and followe their directions and dispose of the sayd XXX and touching his XXXX st the XXXX XXXX XX XX and according
to the sayd advise this deponent did expect the arrivall of the sayd Browning with the



William Bulkley


Primary sources



PROB 11/364/7 Sentence of William Bulkley 17 February 1680

PROB 11/450/81 Will of William Bulkley, Merchant of London 01 April 1699
PROB 11/453/25 Sentence of William Bulkley, Merchant of Island of Barbados, West Indies 01 April 1699

PROB 20/369 Supplementary Wills Series I. Bulkley, William: London, merchant. 1697