Sarah Gerrard.
2nd June 1715
Reference Numbert17150602-12
VerdictGuilty > theft under 40s
SentenceMiscellaneous > branding

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Sarah Gerrard , alias Clawson , of the Parish of St. James Dukes-place , was indicted for stealing 3 Guineas, 6 l. 11 s. in Silver, and two Silver Girdles, the Goods of Dorothy Beacham , out of the Dwelling-house of Mordecai Jacob , on the 15th of May last. The Prosecutor swore, That going out, she left the Prisoner in her Room, and when she came home, she found no body there, but her Box was broke, and the Money gone; whereupon making Enquiry, she found where the Prisoner had pawn'd the Girdles at a Brandy Shop, but could get no Account of the Money; whereupon she was found guilty to the Value of 39 s.

[Branding. See summary.]

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