Thomas Tinsley.
8th September 1714
Reference Numbert17140908-45

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Thomas Tinsley of the Parish of South Mims , was indicted for stealing a Black-brown Mare, Value 4l. the Goods of Thomas Goddard , on the 17th of April last. The Prosecutor swore he lost the Mare out of his Grounds; and hearing the Prisoner was in Newgate, went to him, and he told him she was at the Three Crowns at Bow, being put there by one Cole at Limehouse, to whom he had Sold her for 50s. and that he (the Prosecutor) found her there accordingly.

He was a 2d time indicted for stealing a Black Mare, out of the Grounds of William Mitchel , on the 21st of May last. It prov's that he confess'd this Fact also, and that he had sold her to the same Man he did the other, and she was found accordingly; whereupon he was found Guilty of both Indictments.

[Death. See summary.]

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