Waubin, John

Woodbridge charged his wife, Abigail with “the improvement of John Wobbin during the time he is bound to serve me at my present rates”; Waubin valued at £24 in T. Woodbridge’s inventory; died with Nathan Whiting’s regiment…

…judgment given against him to pay John Miller Jr. of Middletown the sum of 4 pounds money damages and costs of prosecution of 8 pounds 15 shillings 5 pence; Waubin appeared and said he was unable to satisfy the judgment so the court, upon Waubin’s request to be bound to Rev. Timothy Woodbridge, bound him for 5 years. Waubin to be given “meat Drink Apparell washing and Lodging proper for such a servant” and Woodbridge would pay Miller 8 pounds and the colony treasury 16 pounds.