Elizabeth Morgan, Sarah Chandlor, Theft > housebreaking, Theft > grand larceny, 7th December 1692.

Reference Number: t16921207-40
Offences: Theft > housebreaking; Theft > grand larceny
Verdicts: Guilty; Guilty
Punishments: Death > respited for pregnancy; Death
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Elizabeth Morgan, alias Jones , and Sarah Chandlor , were tried, for that they, together with Robert Smith not taken, did steal from Faith Butler , and others, a Quilted Petticoat, value 30 s. an Alamode Scarf, a Muff, 7 Ounces of Sowing Silk, three quarters of a yard of Callicoe, and other small Goods, which the Prisoners confest before Justice Marshall; and the Goods they had pawned at one Reads a Broker in St. Giles's; the House was broken open in the day-time , whilst the Family was abroad; they were both found guilty .

Elizabeth Morgan, alias Jones, was a second time tried singly for stealing a Shirt, valued 4 s. from George Young of Covent Garden , which she confest, when taken; and had pawn'd it at one Hills's a Broker; she was found guilty .

[Morgan: Death -respited for pregnancy. See summary.]

[Death. See summary.]

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