Nathaniel Gross.
16th January 1693
Reference Numbert16930116-20

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Nathaniel Gross was indicted for robbing Thomas Nolthrope of a Saddle and Bridle, and a Cloath Coat, a Carolina Hat, and 8 l. 5 s. in Money; and 5 l. in Money from William Lee ; the Prisoner with two more met the aforesaid persons about seven at night, on the 12th of November last near Pancrass Church , and took away their Money and Goods, they were all on Horseback, it was on the 12th of November last, they bid them stand, and holding a Blunderbuss to their Breast, swore damn you if you stir you are dead Men: The Coat was found upon the Prisoner at Westminster, where he was taken; the matter was very plain, and the Prisoner deserted his Lodging after the Robery was done, and he had nothing material to offer, he was found guilty .

[Death. See summary.]

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