Mary Vosse, Theft > grand larceny, 3rd September 1684.
Mary Vosse Indicted for stealing one broad Piece of Gold,
Value 25 s. another Piece, Value 12 s. two Gold Rings, Value 10 s. three Holland Aprons, Value 5 s. one striped Morning Gown. Value 50 s. of the Goods of
Thomas Turner of
St. Dunstans in the East , London. She was Servant to the said Mr. Turner, broke open a Chest of Drawers to steal the said Goods, and was found guilty of Felony.
[Death. See summary.]
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