James Kirbey.
17th July 1690
Reference Numbert16900717-8

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James Kirbey , who was one of the Thieves that Robbed Mr. Baker of St. Mary le Bone , but was not taken till of late, being amongst the Gang, some of which were Executed for it about three or four Sessions ago, was now Tryed for the Felony and Burglary, in stealing away on the 28th of February last, two Silver Tankards value 12 l. two Silver Candlesticks and Salvers, and a great deal of Plate, besides Money and Gold, and Watches, and Gold Rings, &c. all to the value of about 400 l. The Evidence was very plain against him, by which he was discovered to be one of the Eleven that Encompassed the House, and did help to bind the Family, and was concerned in the Robbery. The Prisoner denyed it all. But upon the whole, he was found guilty of Felony and Burglary.

[Death. See summary.]

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