Declarations of Pieter Jansen and Richard Clouff that Sir Edmund Plowden owns a half interest in the bark

Declaration. Peter Jansen, that he was told by Mr. Middeler, on the river Rappahanock in 1643, that the bark belonging to Mr. Throgmorton and Peter Louwrens, was the property of Sir Edmund Pleydoen, Knt. [1644]

Declaration. Richard Clouff, that Sir Edmund Pleydoen, Knt., living in Virginia, had purchased in 1643, half the above bark and two boats of Philip White. [1644]
Identifier
NYSA_A0270-78_V2_119a_119b
Date
July 7 1644
Contributor
Van Tienhoven, Cornelis
Source
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Secretary of the Province. Register of the Provincial Secretary, 1642-1660. Series A0270-78. Volume 2, document 119a-b - 119c-119d, page 1, side 1.
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Mutual Cultural Heritage Project

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