William Culeden, Jane Revel.
23rd April 1718
Reference Numbert17180423-23
VerdictsGuilty; Guilty
SentencesDeath; Transportation

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William Culeden , of Enfield , was indicted for breaking the House of Richard Nichols in the Night-time, the 4th of Feb. last, and stealing thence 27 Holland Frocks, value 4 l. and 4 Pair of Holland Sheets, value 4 l. and other Goods . The Prosecutor's Servant deposed, That there was two Quarrels of Glass taken out of the Laundry-Window and the Goods stollen. John Walden deposed, That the Prisoner and he being at Enfield , saw the Prosecutor's Servants Ironing Clothes, and resolved to rob that House; that they took a Ladder in the Prosecutor's Yard set up against the Window, where Culeden got in and gave him out the Goods, which they carried and sold to John Rowel for 3 l.10 s. and that she bid them go oftner and bring her more. He was an old Offender, had before made himself at Evidence. The Jury found him guilty .( Death .)

Jane Revel , was indicted as an Accessory in buying the said Goods, knowing them to he stole , which was plainly proved upon her; and she being notoriously known to be an old Offender, she was found guilty likewise.( Transportation .)

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