Myles Dicconson 1677

 

Coppull

 

The humble peticion of Myles Dicconson of Coppull

 Sheweth

 That your poore peticioner is a inhabitant in Coppull and takes a house of Tho Taylor in Standish but now hee is come to poverty and cannot pay his rent as hee hath done formerly soe that your good orships would bee pleased to take it into consideracion his poore condicion having a wife and 2 smale children and is not able to pay any rent soe that the overseers of the poore of Coppull may provide a place of habitacion for him and his family or else they are like to starve for want of habitacion which hee prayes that your worships will consider for as yet he hath not beene chargable to the towne nor would not be but as necessity constraines him too it. And your poore peticioner will ever pray.

 [LRO QSP 476/22 1677]