Eleanor Jones.
1st September 1686
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Eleanor Jones , of the Parish of St. Buttolphs, without Aldersgate , was indicted twice, for stealing on the 25th. of July last, One Silk Mantua Gown, value 3 l. One Silk Petticoat, value 3 l. One other Silk Petticoat, value 20 s. One other Silk Petticoat, value 5 s. One Scarf, value 4 s. Two Silk Hoods, value 5 s. Two pair of Gloves value 3 s. One pair of Holland Sleeves Lac'd value 2 s. One Lac'd Handkerchief, value 15 s. One Silk Scarf, value 25 s and 6 d. One Book, value 11 d. Fifteen pieces of Gold, value 15 l. Four pieces of Gold, called King Charles the Firsts Ten Shilling pieces, value 4 l. The Goods of John Carnall , on the 24th. of April last, One Mantua Petticoat, value 30 s. One pair of Silk Stays, value 10 s. One pair of Silk Sleeves, value 10 s. the Goods of Justin Trevary . The Prosecutors proved by good Evidence that the prisoner had the Goods, and that some of them were found upon her, viz. 5 s. pieces in Gold, and a Gown and Petticoat and some Linnen, but that they never had all the Goods again: The Prisoner made a small Defence for her self, that the Goods were stolen by another person, and that that person drawed her into the Felonys, and she having no Witnesses Material, she was found Guilty of both Felonys.

[Death. See summary.]

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