Simon Betts, Richard Betts, Thomas Mitchell.
21st February 1694
Reference Numbert16940221-48
VerdictGuilty
SentenceDeath

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Simon Betts was also a third time Indicted, together with Richard Betts and Thomas Mitchell , for Felony and Burglary, and taking away one Silver Porringer, one Silver Spoon, eleven Gold Rings, with a Bristol Stone, and 100 l. in monies numbred, the goods and monies of Richard Johnson . The Prisoners came to the Prosecutor's House, and asked the Maid, If one Mrs. Harrison lived not there? The Maid answer'd, Yes: They went down into the Cellar, and bound the Maid, and took the Goods aforesaid. They were all three found guilty of Felony and Burglary.

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