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To the first article of the said Allegation upon which alone hee
is by direction Examined hee saith and deposeth that hee
this deponent well knewe the arlate Charles Sanders for
severall yeeres before his death, and saith that the said
Sanders in the Month of ffebruary 1654. did contract
and agree with this deponent (being a shipwright) to
build a ship for him the said Sanders which this deponent accordingly
did, and about July following shee was launched, and
named the Anne and Margaret, And the said Charles
Sanders really paid this deponent the simme of twelve hundred
and twenty pounds in money and a peece of plate of
the vallue of about 8. lior 10: li for the said ships [?hull GUTTER]
and Masts, then the said Sanders caused her to be rigged and
fitted and furnished with all things necessary for such a ship
which as this Deponent verily beleeveth cost about twelve
hundred pounds more, and soe much hee hath heard
the said Sanders affirme, And saith that after the said
Charles Sanders had made about two voyages with [?the GUTTER
said ship Anne and Margaret, shee was taken and
seized by a ship called the Gelderland, as hee hath bin
Credibly Informed) And further cannot depose./.



The same day [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined upon the said Allegation.

Rp. 6:

William Bower of London Scrivener
aged 34. yeeres or thereabouts sworne and Examined

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth that
hee this deponent well knoweth the arlate Charles Sanders for [XXX GUTTER]
yeeres before his death, And saith that in or neere about
the moneth of August 1655 this deponent was Imployed by him
to make Nine bills of sale of parts of the ship called the
Anne and Margaret (whereof the said Charles Sanders
was Master) And saith that by one of the said bills of
sale the said Charles Sanders did really sell unto Mr [?Nicholas GUTTER]
Warren of London Merchant one Eigth part of the said
ship, Anne and Margaret and by another of the said bills
another Eighth part of her to Mr John Jermyn, and by
another of the said bills, another Eighth part of her to Mr
Gregory Westcombe, and by another of the said bills another
eighth part of her to mr Richard Westcombe, and by another
of teh said bills another Eighth part of her to Mr Gar[XXX GUTTER]
Mumma, and by another of the said bills a sixteenth part of
her to Mr Wm Lee, and bu another of the said bills another [XXXX GUTTER]


Primary sources

SEE Examination of witnesses ex parte Nicholas Warren, XXX Westcomb John Jermyn and Richard Westcomb, merchants of London...' in 'Anne and Margarett ex parte Warren Jerium et XXX.[1]
Allegation by Francklin

- mentions the ship the Gelderland
  1. HCA 24/114 Item 88 IMG_112_10_5573 - 5575