To this Honble Court
Pattericke Forest requesteth tht all such psons who stand as
indebted to the Estate of Mr Thomas Hatton Decedent doe here,
either vpon Oath or discharge, make what they can Appeare, to
Cleare thmselves of those debts, or ffees, otherwise Execuon to
And yor Peticonr shall pray
The Court doth therefore order That all such psons as are con-
cerned herein, make their Appearance and to Cleare thmselves if they
can, or At any other Court when they shall be there vnto Called.
Mr Thomas Bradnox sworne in Court, 20th of July 1658 Saith.
That all such ffees as ware due from me to Mr Thomas Hatton I
have payd to Mr Tho. Marsh & for Mr John Russell the whole
Charge of one Pattent, the Charge is 214l of Tob. & the Pattent 147l
the whole is 361l and further saith not.
Mr Tho: Hinson sworne the same time saith. That all such ffees
as ware due to Mr Tho. Hatton yor Depont veriwell remembreth
tht hee hath payd Mr Tho: Marsh decedent the Depont Mr Tho.
Hinsons Charge of ffees is 137 of Tob & Caske & ffurther saith not.
Vera Copia Test: John Coursey Cik.
Joseph Wickes sworne this 21th of July 1658. Saith. That this
Deponant was Indebted by Bill & acco vnto Mr Thomas Hatton,
about the quantytie of Eighty one Pounds of Tob. wch bill was in the
Custodye of Mr Thomas Marsh & the foresd Tob. was demanded, &
Payd vpon the Genrale Acs betwixt the sd Marsh & this Depont to
the best of this Deponts knowledge, & ffurther saith not
Jurat Cora Philip Caluert. Joseph Wickes
Capt Robt Vaughan Sworne 20th July 1658 Saith
That beinge at St Maryes som time in March 1652 at A Court
there holden Mr Thomas Hatton tooke out Execn against Francis
Lumbard for ffees tht the sd Lumbard had received of Mr Hattons on
the Isle of Kent Mr Thomas Marsh beinge there prsent, desired Mr
Hatton to stay the servinge the Exec for it would vndoe the sd
Lumbard, & That the sd Marsh would receive the Tob for him & to
see him payd at the Cropp, tht he would deliver him the Execn wch
as yor Depont Remembreth was about 2000l of Tob or thereabouts &
further saith not.
Jurat Cora John Coursey
Mr Henry Morgan Sworne the same time
That beinge At a Court at Sciverne some time aboute ffower or
five yeares since yor Depont heard Tho: Hinson tell Thomas Marsh