as we have shown.
This is strengthened by the following affidavit in the Middlesex Court Files.
The testimony of Richard Beers, Ben amin Crispe, and Garret Church in 1662 was that Mr. Thomas Mayhew lived at Mystic, alias Meadford, in the year 1636.
Nicholas Davison succeeded Mayhew as Cradock's agent.
Joseph Hills of Malden, in his affidavit on the same date, stated that about 1638 (not 1633, as Mr. Cushing states) Mr. Davison lived at Meadford house, who shewed me the accommodations oftrade, £ 600 each.
The Eastland Company was another of the trading companies in which Cradock was interested.
The company traded to what are now the Baltic provinces.
Cradock also traded in the Mediterranean and in the Levant.
(State Papers, 1636-7 p. 377.)
Mrs. Rebecca, a daughter of a London merchant, Thomas Jordan, the widow of Matthew Cradock, after a few years of conventional mourning, espoused, before February 12, 1644-5, perhaps for a social position, Richard Glover, gent.