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SWP No. 61.2

(Recognizance for Eunice Fry )

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[January 12, 1693 ]

Memorandum

That on the: Twelfth day of Jan'ry 1692 in the fourth year of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord & Lady -- William & Mary by the Grace of God of England &c: King & Queen Defenders of the faith &c: Personally appeared before William Stoughton Esq'r. cheife Justice of their Maj'ies Province of the Massachusets bay in New England John Osgood of Andiver in the County of Essex Husbandman and #[Jahms] james Fry of the same Towne and acknowledged themselves to be joyntly & Severally indebted unto our sd: Sovereigne Lord & Lady & the surviver of them their Heires & Successors in the sum of One Hundred Pounds to be levied on their or either of their lands and Tennem'ts goods & Chattles for the use of our s'd: Sovereigne Lord & Lady the King & Queen or Surviver of them on Condition that Eunice Fry the wife of Jno: Fry of Andivor haveing stood committed for suspition of Witchcraft shall make her personall appearance before the Justices of our s'd: Lord & Lady the King & Queen at the next Court of Assizes & General Goal Delivery to be holden for the County of Essex then and there to answer to all such matters and things as shall in their Maj'ies behalfe be alledged against her and to doe & receive that which by the s'd: Court shall be then & there injoyned her & thence not to departe without licence

attest

*Jona Elatson Cle[rbar ]

(Reverse) John Osgood & James Fry for Eunice Fry the wife of John Fry of Andover. Apeared May 10th 1692

Recognizance

( Mass. Archives, Vol. 135. No. 102 )