Thomas Harding, Theft > theft from a specified place, 7th December 1692.

Reference Number: t16921207-25
Offence: Theft > theft from a specified place
Verdict: Guilty
Punishment: Death
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Thomas Harding, alias Harday , of St. Pancrass's Parish , was tried for robbing the House of the Right Honourable Denzell Lord Hollis at Highgate , carrying away 15 yards of Silk, value 50 s. a Mohair Cushion, 6 Silver Forks, 8 Spoons, one Silver Tankard, 4 Salts, one Porringer, a Suit of Curtains and Vallens, an old Camblet Cloke, &c. The Evidence was positive that the Prisoner was one of the Thieves, there being three in number; and that he was running away, and was stopt in the Fields, and the Goods were dropt; he had little to say; so he was found guilty of Felony.

[Death. See summary.]

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