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  1. John Hitchcock, Theft > grand larceny, 4th June 1685.

    John Hitchcock , of the Parish of St. Dunstans in the West , Indicted for stealing 3 l. 10 s. from Thomas Morris . Upon his Arraignement Pleaded Guilty . [Branding. ...
  2. Punishment summary, 4th June 1685.

    ... s , Richard Jenkin Craddock, Timothy Smith , John Hitchcock , Edward Bedford , Henry Browne , Sarah Bedwell . Six to be Whipt, viz. John Smith , James Price , John Clayton , Hessins Hodge, William Lydall , Mar ...
  3. William Hitchcock, Theft > pocketpicking; H - G -, Theft > pocketpicking, 23rd February 1698.

    William Hitchcock and H G were Indicted for Assaulting and secretly taking from John Hatchet two Exchequer Bills . It appeared that the Prosecutor having just received ...
  4. H - G -, Theft > pocketpicking; William Hitchcock, Theft > pocketpicking, 23rd February 1698.

    H G and William Hitchcock , were Indicted, for that they with one John Thompson not taken, did on the 10th of Nov. steal from William Wooliston one Silver Watch value 3 l. fro ...
  5. Punishment summary, 23rd February 1698.

    ... Scales, John Sacresford, William Dobson, William Hitchcock, James Niblet. Burnt in the Hand, 15. Samuel Palnier, Elizabeth Laplaw, Jane Tomlens, Mary Russell, Ann Burrous, Grane Hornby, Jane Grant, kathren Wi ...
  6. Front matter from Proceedings, 8th July 1713.

    ... The Jurors were as followeth. London Jury. Roger Hitchcock Benjamin Eeles John Barnsley John Sutton Nathaniel Hanwell John Mitchel William Kempster John Boyce Benjamin Evans John Whitehorn William Shippard Ed ...
  7. John Jones, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Isaak Ely, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Jones, Theft > burglary, 6th June 1717.

    ... e Watch being nigh, pursued the Prisoners. Robert Hitchcock depos'd. That he hearing the Prosecutor cry out Murder, made toward him, and saw Jones running away and followed him, calling to other Watchmen for A ...
  8. Matth.ew Cheston, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 7th September 1720.

    ... eved the Prisoner had no Design to rob him. Roger Hitchcock deposed, that he hearing that the Prisoner was committed, went to the Prosecutor's at Highgate to enquire how the matter was. That the Prosecutor tol ...
  9. Williamson Goodbarn, Theft > theft from a specified place, 8th December 1725.

    ... there was some Trick in this, and so desir'd John Hitchcock to dog that Porter where ever he went, which he did, and I followed him at a proper Distance. The Potter instead of going to Dowgate Hill went to Cha ...
  10. Mary Richardson, Theft > grand larceny, 30th August 1727.

    ... e 4 s. and an Apron, value 4 s. the Goods of Mary Hitchcock ; it appeared by the Evidence of the Prosecutor, who swore to the Goods, and by Elizabeth Ager , who took the Prisoner with them, that she was guilty ...

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