Thomas Jaxon.
16th January 1685
Reference Numbert16850116-29
VerdictsNot Guilty

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Thomas Jaxon , Indicted for stealing a Bridle, and panel from John Cox , and a Gander from William Larente of Hanworth , on the 7th of January , it was proved against him, that he was taken with the Pannel at his back, and the Gander hanging at his girdle, to which he pleaded, that as for the Bridle and Pannel he found them upon a Common, and that a Spaniel Bitch killed the Gander, and brought it to him, for which the said Spanniel had been shot upon which and some other circumstances that offered, the Jury acquitted him.

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