John Webb.
31st May 1693
Reference Numbert16930531-41
VerdictGuilty > lesser offence

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John Webb was tried for stealing a Sattin Petticoat value 20s. a Flanders Lace Scarf 8s. a Hood value 8s. on the 17th day of October in the Fourth Year of the Reign of King William and Queen Mary, which Felony he confest before the Justice of Peace, and that he took the Goods out of the House of Roger O Neale in Pepper-street in Southwark , and that he lifted the Door off the Hinges, which in Law was a breaking of the House , but yet he was not found guilty of the Burglary, but of felony only .

[Death. See summary.]

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