Letter from John Woder to John Aylward, merchant at St. Malo,
1688 June 11.
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Woder writes to Aylward about the administration of the estate of the late Mr. Watkin; he, Woder, being executor.
John Aylward came originally from Waterford, but left Ireland after the Cromwellian troubles and settled first in Malaga, then in St. Malo and finally in London. His trading activities ranged over Spain, Italy, the Low Countries, France and England. In this letter from Woder mention is also made of 'the Jamaica adventure'. John Aylward's grandson (through his daughter Mary) became Duke of Norfolk in 1777.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).
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|MS 50,121||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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