Joseph Barnet, William Carter, Dennis Bonsellers, Judith Bonsellers, Elizabeth Dyamond.
6th September 1693
Reference Numbert16930906-37
VerdictGuilty; Not Guilty

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Joseph Barnet , William Carter , Dennis Bonsellers as Principal, Judith Bonsellers and Elizabeth Dyamond as Accessaries, after the Felony committed, were indicted for breaking the House of one John Saveridgeworth a Salesman in Hounsditch , on the 26th of August last : Mrs. Saveridgworth swore that the Window was broke open, altho nailed with ten Ten-penny Nails, and the Goods lost was 79 Yards of Cloth, value 40 l. 140 Yards of Serge, value 10 l. 80 Yards of Serge, value 12 l. 60 Yards value 6 l. six Serge Waistcoats, value 5 l. 13 Calamanco Waistcoats, value 13 l. 16 pair of Breeches, value 8 l. besides 30 l. in Money, &c. Barnet offered some Breeches to sale, and one pair of Breeches was found upon Carter: There was no Evidence against Dennis Bonsellers nor Judith, but Dyamond came along with Barnet to sell the Goods, but she said nothing in the matter; Carter bought one pair of Breeches of Mrs Saveridge a little before, which might be the same that the Prosecutor charged him with; so no Evidence affecting any besides Barnet, he was found guilty of Felony and Burglary, but the rest were all acquitted .

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