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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Daniel Seale is appointed Governor Barbadoes

In 1624, WillamWilliams of London, draper, aged 22, deposes that on 28 February 1650 John Worsam of London, merchant, Richard Worsam of London, weaver, and Thomas Applewaite of London, merchant, signed a financial obligation to George Nash, citizen and merchant tailor of London, who has appointed Daniel Searle, Governor of Barbadoes, as his attorney. Source: Depositions and Interrogatories in the Lord Mayor's Court of London.

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