rop, mainly in regard to his agent (since 1634), Thomas Mayhew, with whose doings he was not quite satisfied.
min 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 th of him and Captaine Will Ting; and I testify that Mr Mayhew did not then dwell at Meadford house to ye best ofon, as attorney for Mrs. Glover, granted this to Thomas Mayhew, for which he was to deliver one thousand acres holas Davison, as agent for Cradock, conveyed to Thomas Mayhew all Cradock's moietey of the watermill at Watertd his six shares of the wear which was mortgaged by Mayhew to Cradock.
The mill at Watertown was probably buiCradock and Edward How, they each owning one-half.
Mayhew bought How's half, and later the half owned by Cradhave had dealings with Cradock, through his agents, Mayhew and Jolliffe; and for a debt of £ 50 or £ 60 they t