Edward Sympson, Grace Sympson.
7th December 1692
Reference Numbert16921207-50
SentenceDeath; No Punishment

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Edward Sympson, alias Dempley , and Grace Sympson , were both Tried for stealing a black Coat, value 3 l. a Wastecoat, value 40 s. a Silk Handkerchief, a pair of Gloves, and a Snuff-box, &c. from David Serah , on the 18th day of October last. The Evidence swore that some of the Cloaths were found upon the Woman, and they both confest the Robbery before the Justice, and they both had been Branded before, so they were found guilty of Felony.

[Edward: Death. See summary.]

[Grace: No punishment. See summary.]

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