Joseph Trant.
15th January 1691
Reference Numbert16910115-14

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Joseph Trant was a second Time Indicted, for breaking the House of Giles Duncomb Esquire , on the 17th of November , and taking away a Gold-Watch, with a Gold Seal, and two Gold Rings, 5 Handkerchiefs, a Gold Locket, with wearing Apparel, all amounting to a very great Value . The Evidence was, That the Thieves came in at the Garret Window, and that the Closet Door was shut wherein was most of the aforesaid Goods. The Prisoner was apprehended at Windsor with the Watch and the Locket, and the Rings found in his Custody. He denyed it at his Tryal, yet was found Guilty of Felony and Burglary.

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