Thomas Vickers, Theft > theft from a specified place, Theft > grand larceny, 3rd September 1684.

Reference Number: t16840903-39
Offences: Theft > theft from a specified place; Theft > grand larceny
Verdicts: Guilty; Guilty
Punishments: Death
Navigation: < Previous text (trial account) | Next text (trial account) >

Thomas Vickers of the Parish of Stepney , &c. Indicted together with John James not yet taken, for stealing 20 Yards of green Broad-Cloth, Value 5 l. from a Tenter , the Goods of Henry Farmer . Upon Proof it was found that Vickers had pawn'd the Goods for 55 s. to one Mrs. Bath a Pawn broker. The said Proof being manifest against him, he was found Guilty of Felony.

The same Person Indicted a second time for stealing 36 Yards of Poppinger Green Weish Cotton, Value 30 s. being the Goods of William Shaw ; which were taken about the Prisoner: His Excuse was, That he found them in the Fields by Anna St. Clare. But the Jury not believing him, brought in Guilty .

[Death. See summary.]

View as XML