Christopher Tremane.
27th May 1691
Reference Numbert16910527-20
VerdictGuilty

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Christopher Tremane alias Trelawny , was a Second time singly Indicted for a Burglary, committed in the House of Edward Matthews , about the hours of one and two in the Morning, on the 29th of October last, at King's Gate going to Chelsey . Mathews swore, That his House was broke open by several Persons who came to him in at the Cellar-Window, swearing most desperate Oaths; and bound him and his Wife, and took away 5 Gold-Rings, 5 l. a Dram-Cup, a piece of Silver-Chain, value 10 s. a Beavor Hat, value 20 s. three pieces of Broad Cloth, and 10 l. in Money, &c. Matthews swore flatly against the Prisoner; and there was one Masters and Edward Poor with him, but they are not yet found. Tremane deny'd it, but he was found Guilty .


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