Ann Stowell.
23rd February 1698
Reference Numbert16980223-61

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Ann Stowell of Finchley in Middlesex, was Indicted for breaking the House of John Bramly on the 20th of February, and taking one Cloth Coat and other Goods . It appeared the Prisoner, when there was none at home, broke a Pane of the Window, and got in; and opening the Back-door, let in a fellow who assisted her, and carry'd away the Goods, which she offered to sell at Islington, where she was stopt, and part of the Goods found about her, which she confest when taken. She had little to say: the Jury brought her in Guilty .

[Death. See summary.]

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