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HCA 13/72 f.105v Annotate
First transcribed 13 March 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 105  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
People <u>Witnesse on the Endymion</u><u>Witnesse on the Endymion</u> [[HCA 13/72 f.496v Annotate#head-7792b396c165940a2ef3372031f6dbb64b71233e|Thomas Bowdler]] of Shadwell in the County of Middlesex. Marchant, aged 35 yeeres = Purser of the Endymion/Endimion Captaine Gervase Couchmann = Captaine of the Endymion/Endimion [Unnamed] Carpenter of the shipp Endimion [[HCA 13/72 f.484r Annotate#head-7792b396c165940a2ef3372031f6dbb64b71233e|John Garrard]] of Wapping in the County of Middlesex Mariner, aged twenty nine yeeres = First mate of the Endymion/Endimion; Commander of the Endymion/Endimion after death of Captaine Gervase Couchmann Alexander Rignols alias Reynolds = Chief mate of the Endymion/Endimion) the voyage in question Endymion/Endimion) the voyage in question  +
Ships <u>Endymion</u> '''EEIC Court<u>Endymion</u> '''EEIC Court Minutes, 1650-1654''' "[May 7, 1650] There being a great quantity of pepper belonging to different men in the Company's warehouses, and if it is not taken away, no room will be found for the pepper now returned in the '''Endymion''' and ''Blessing'', the Court orders notice to be issued that all goods are to be removed within fourteen days, or a warehouse will be hired for the same and the entire cost of removal, etc., charged to the owners of the said goods. Certain Committees are desired to give order for an inventory to be made of all things remaining at Blackwall ; others to see that an inventory is made of what remains in Blount's warehouses, in the custody of Bowen at Leadenhall, in the Exchange Cellar under the care of the Secretary, in the warehouses under the care of Rilston, and also of what there is * in this house '."UNIQ907431b488ea22a1-ref-00000350-QINU <br /> '''EEIC Court Minutes, 1655-1659''' "Acknowledge the receipt of his letter of the 6th instant, containing an account of the arrest of the Dutch ship Sprew, and thank him for his care in the matter. The Dutch Ambassador has acquainted the Lord Protector and his Council with the detention of the said vessel and procured an order for her release. Their action was perfectly legal, but if not sufficient to attain their ends they must rest satisfied and await success. Desire him to search the Customhouse, as he did in the case of the ''Endymion'', and ascertain what goods have been entered (and what landed without being entered) from the ''Mayflower'', the names of those to whom they belong, and of those who have entered them."UNIQ907431b488ea22a1-ref-00000353-QINU '''PROB''' PROB 11/203/23 Will of John Fisher, Cooper bound for the East Indies in the good Ship called the Endymion of London. 04 January 1648 PROB 11/212/648 Will of John Morris, in the South Seas in the Ship called Endymion. 12 June 1650 PROB 11/267/131 Will of Peter Wynne, Cook belonging to the good Ship called the Endymion. 18 September 1657<br /> PROB 11/267/133 Will of Edward Jones, late in the Endymion coming from the East Indies. 24 August 1657<br /> PROB 11/267/314 Will of John Greene, late Mariner in the Ship Endymion. 09 September 1657<br /> PROB 11/267/373 Will of Henry Forrest, Mariner belonging to the Ship Endymion. 14 September 1657<br /> PROB 11/267/418 Will of William Lurd or Lund, Mariner belonging to the Ship Endymion. 16 September 1657<br /> PROB 11/270/6 Will of Jarvis Couchman, Mariner of Stepney, Middlesex. 02 October 1657 POSSIBLE MATCHED RECORD - PROB 11/280/314 Will of Alexander Reaynols or Reynolds, Mariner of Isle of Scilly, Cornwall. 24 August 1658 '''Summary of the fact of the legal case involving Enymion at Bantam, 1657 in State Papers of John Thurloe'''UNIQ907431b488ea22a1-ref-00000356-QINU''UNIQ907431b488ea22a1-ref-00000356-QINU  +
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Transcription The 25th of September 1657. Russell againThe 25th of September 1657. Russell against Rignall alias}<br /> Reynalds.}<br /> Clements. Smyth.} '''Rp. .j.''' '''9. 2nd in A. 8.''' '''Mathew Wallys''' of Wapping Wall, Clarke<br /> aged 35 yeares or thereabouts sworne and exámined To the first and second and third árticles hee saith and deposeth that hee<br /> well knoweth the producent John Russell, who hee saith was the<br /> tyme arlate and is the true and lawfull owner and proprietor of<br /> one small blew callico-bagg, and as hee beleeveth of three pounds (or thereabouts)<br /> of black Amber-grijse, which Amber-grijse was as hee beleeveth within the said<br /> time sealed up in the said callico-bagg; And for and as such<br /> owner and proprietor commonly accounted and reputed<br /> And further that in the arlate moneth of January 1655 the shipp<br /> the ''Endymion'' (whereof Alexander Rignols alias Reynolds arlate<br /> was cheife-mate) was in the Straite of Sundra homewards<br /> bound for this port of London; and in the said Straight betweene<br /> the Islands of Java and Sumatra met with the shipp the<br /> ''Jonathan'' then going from Madras to Macassar; And this<br /> deponent having bin Minister or Passenger on board the ''Jonathan'' went<br /> out of the ''Endymion'' (wherein hee came passenger) on board the<br /> ''Jonathan'' to see and salute her Captaine and company; which<br /> having donne, and made some stay aboard, and being readie to<br /> retourne on board the ''Endymion'', the said John Russell, who was<br /> cheife mate of the ''Jonathan'', and had<br /> bin formerly acquainted with this deponent, came unto this deponent<br /> and brought the said callico-bagg sealed up, and told this deponent<br /> that there were three pounds of black Amber-Grijse therein<br /> contained, which hee desired to send to his wife living in or neer Wapping<br /> and had a letter readie written unto her, which hee showed to this<br /> deponent, who read it, and found therein mention of the sending<br /> of three pounds of black Amber grijse by him unto her,<br /> in a callico bagg; and then the said Russell sealed up the said lettere<br /> and delivered it with the said bagg of Amber Grijse to this deponent<br /> and desired him being bound for London to convey it unto his wife<br /> and either put it into his owne chest, or els deliver it to some<br /> of the ''Endymions'' officers from whom it might be<br /> safely received, that soe it might come to his wifes hands,<br /> and further told this deponent that therefore hee showed him what<br /> hee wrote, because some had bin soe false as to write letteres<br /> mentioning the sending of goods and tokens to their freinds<br /> in England, but in truth did not send such tokens or goods<br /> to the greate abuse of the carriers of the letteres, or to the same effect<br /> And then and there this deponent heard William downes [the GUTTER]<br /> Chyrugeon of the ''Jonathan'' say that hee had seen the said<br /> Amberat hee had seen the said<br /> Amber  +
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