Depositions found in miscellaneous Cornish Records, giving names, residence, occupation and ages of various persons:

Depositions taken Saturday, 3 July 1669 at the home of Sampson Chadwill of St. Erth and 5 July 1669 at the home of Jasper Phillips regarding the the Will of Francis Hawes, gent, decd., of Redruth:

Examination taken 12 November 1628 upon the will of Matthew Phillipps, late of Zennor:

Examination taken upon the will of Thomas Avery, yeoman, of Liskeard (proved 10 March 1663/4):

Examination taken 11 October 1641 upon the will of Joan Blake, widow, of St. Kew:

The following is abstracted from the full account in John Hobson Matthews' "A History of the Parishes of Saint Ives, Lelant, Towednack and Zennor, in the County of Cornwall" (London: Elliot Stock, 1892), pp. 261-269.

Depositions in the case of John Hawkins, clerk vs. Andrew Rosewall of Towednack; non-payment of tithes:

Monday, 1 September 1680, taken at the home of Thomas Tonkyn, vintner, in Newlyn in Paul, before Thomas Hickes, Esq., ffrancis Paynter, gent., Ezechiall Arundell & ffrancis Arundell Esqs.

Witnesses in behalf of the complainant:

Witnesses for the defendant:

Saturday, 24 April 1681, ath the home of George Bluett, innkeeper, of Maddren:

Witnesses for the defendant:

28 April 1680, at the home of Morish Dyer, innkeeper of St. Ives:

At the home of John Barber, innkeeper of St. Ives:

Another abstract from Mathews' "History of St. Ives..." pp. 127-131.

Examination of witnesses at Helston, before Sr. Reginald Mohun, knt.; Nicholas Hals Esq.; William Hals, collection of customes for Plymouth & Fowey. Commission inquiring into smuggling at St. Ives, 44 Elizabeth (1598)*

*This would actually be the year 1602.

Examination taken at St. Ives, before Nicholas Hals & etc.:

Further deposition taken at Pengersick on 30th January:

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