Tho. Fann, John Jennings.
14th January 1687
Reference Numbert16870114-30
VerdictGuilty; Not Guilty

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Tho. Fann , who was Condemned, two Sessions ago, for stealing a Mare from Mr. Nath. Holton: Was again indicted, together with one John Jennings , for stealing a Bay Gelding, value 7 l. from Mr. Robert Pearson . The Evidence was Mr. Pearson, who said that he lost his Gelding from Islington , and found him in the custody of Mr. Adams, a Justice of Peace, near Daintry in Northampton Shire; and

that Jennings owned the Gelding to be his: But Jennings denyed it, so also did Fann; but the matter of fact being so plain against Jennings, he was found Guilty of the Felony, but Fann was Acquitted .

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