ssistant, and as such attended other meetings of the company held in England.
November 20, 1629, a meeting was called to plan for the payment of £ 1,200, disbursed by Cradock.
November 25 and 30 and December 1, 1629, General Court meetings were held, and the last date Cradock became one of ten to undertake the joint stock of the company for seven years, it being in arrears some £ 3,000 or more, the undertakers to provide a sufficient number of ships to sail by March 1, 1629-30.
December 15, 1629, a meeting was held, and on February 10, 1629-30, a common stock was raised and allotment made of two hundred acres for every £ 50 subscribed.
After a meeting at Southampton and one on the Arbella the meetings were held in New England, and therefore not attended by Cradock.
His interest in the enterprise was active, inasmuch as he went to Southampton, and on March 29, 1629-30, visited the Arbella, riding at Cowes, Isle of Wight, and on his taking leave a farewell salute of four or