Elinor Jackson, Christian Bourne.
24th May 1694
Reference Numbert16940524-10
VerdictGuilty; Not Guilty
SentenceMiscellaneous > branding

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Elinor Jackson and Christian Bourne , two Scotch Women, were both Tried for stealing a Gold Ring, value 9s. They came to one Mr. Wilcoxe s's Shop a Goldsmith in the Little Minories , and under a Pretence of buying a Ring, they pinch'd it away ; and being stopt, Jackson threw it from her into a Kennel. They denied the Fact, and call'd some Witnesses, but none appear'd: So Jackson was found guilty , but Bourne acquitted .

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