Samuel Chaplain.
10th December 1690
Reference Numbert16901210-54
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Samuel Chaplain , of St. Giles in the Fields , was tryed upon 3 Indictments for Fellony.

1. For stealing a Purse and 22 s. from Debora Scot , under Presence of buying Apples of her on the 22d of September .

2. For stealing a Purse and 40 s. from the Wife of John Buckland , on the 13th of October , upon buying some Oysters of her in a Celler.

3. For stealing a Purse with 6 s and a pair of Silver Clasps in it , from Joan Hide , upon his buying Pears and Apples of her: All which being proved against him, and he, though young in Years, yet an old Offender, not giving any good Account of himself, was found Guilty of the 3 several Fellonies.

[Branding. See summary.]

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