Deposition of William Walter

PRO C24/269, Part 1, No. 68

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[7] W{illia}m Walter of Skenfreth in the County of Monmouth gentl{eman} aged 50 yeares or therabout{es} sworne and exam{ined} the 8 of Maij An{n}o 41 Eliz{abethe}

1 That he knoweth the p{ar}ties the Compl{ainan}t and the def{endan}t and did very well know W{illia}m Ruswell the Compl{ainan}t{es} late husbande deceased, but he remembreth not that he was ever of any such credite, as to take vp any great store of wares vpon his Credite here in London

2, 3 That the sayd W{illia}m Ruswell was servant and Tayler vnto the def{endan}t, and he is very well assured that the def{endan}t was many tymes indebted vnto him for the makinge of apparrell for his Lordshipp, and for some of his servant{es} by his appoyntm{en}t, but for any stuffes that the def{endan}t should owe him for, more the canvas and lining{es} and the like he thinketh that the def{endan}t ought him litle or nothinge /.

4, 5 That the bookes of account{es} now shewed to him att the tyme of this his exam{inacion}, are such as this dep{onen}t never made nor medled w{i}thall, nether can he say any thinge materiall to these interr{ogatories}

(signed) Will{ia}m Walter

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