Morris Moor, Theft > housebreaking, 31st May 1693.

Reference Number: t16930531-29
Offence: Theft > housebreaking
Verdict: Guilty > pleaded guilty
Punishment: Death

Morris Moor who was nominated the last Sessions in the Indictment against William Martin and Robert Presley , since Executed, for Robbing Sir John Friend of Hackney , was now arraigned, for that he, together with the aforesaid persons, did break the House of the abovesaid Sir John Friend on the 15th day of March , and carried away two Silver Monteths value 50l. two Silver Basons value 40l. three Salvers 15l. a Beaker 10l. two Jarrrs 20l. 8 Candlesticks value 18l. two Silver Candlesticks more value 4l. two Chafingdishes 3l. two Tumblers 4l. seven Salts 7l. a Mug 3l. two Cups 3l. 8s. two Chamber-pots 8l. two Head-pieces value 10s. two pair of Snuff-dishes 12l. four Silver Tankards 20l. six Porringers 12l. thirteen Spoons value 4l. 15s. twelve Silver Spoons more value 6l. six Silver Combs 25s. two Plates 6l. one Sugar-box 50s. a Mustard-pot 20s. a Silver Funnel 20s. a Spoon 2s. 6d. another Spoon 2s. 6d. a Silver Skillet value 5 l. two Watches 12l. eleven Gold Rings value 12l. a Silver Tobacco-box 20s. a Gold Rings set with a Diamond value 20l. 100 Broad pieces of Gold value 107l. 10s. the Plate and Money of Sir John Friend as abovesaid ; being asked what he had to say, whether guilty of not guilty, he answered, that he was guilty of the whole Indictment.

[Death. See summary.]


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