ownership of the Cradock plantation) and Josiah Converse of Woburn, who owned the ancient corne mi sons.
The successful liver proved to be Josiah Converse, his brother Samuel having been killed at the Come Mill.
In the case of Collins vs. Converse, it seems that Collins charged Converse with se farm, which belonged to Collins, and which Converse took from Collins' yard.
Josiah Converse's pJosiah Converse's property was attached June 7, 1670 (the next year after his brother's death), as security for Josiahnce of his ownership of the mare and colt Josiah Converse put on James Thompson, James Convars, Nat their own behalf in 1670, neither Collins or Converse personally appear as witnesses in the case.
The witnesses in the review were mostly for Converse.
They testified that after the court the maris evident that the mare and colt claimed Josiah Converse as their owner and his farm as their homecond trial that the mare and colt belonged to Converse, thus reversing the decision in the first tri[5 more...]