Sarah Wilmot, Mary Jenkins.
11th July 1694
Reference Numbert16940711-39
VerdictNot Guilty; Guilty
SentenceDeath > respited for pregnancy

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Sarah Wilmot and Mary Jenkins , were both Tried for breaking the House of one Thomas Sturges in the day-time, taking away one Gown, value 3 l. and other Goods of value, &c. The Evidence swore, That Wilmot confest she had sold some of the Goods, and other part of them was found about Jenkins. Wilmot said that she gave Jenkins some of the things, and that she was innocent: The Jury was so kind to acquit her, but Wilmot had been tried last Sessions for Felony, and was known to be a Notorious woman, whereupon she was found guilty of Felony.

[Death -respited for pregnancy. See summary.]

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