Katherine Miller, Katharine Miller.
19th April 1721
Reference Numbert17210419-2
VerdictsNot Guilty; Guilty > theft under 1s
SentencesCorporal > whipping

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Katherine Miller , of St. Dunstan in the East , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Cheese, value 2 s. the Goods of William Clendon , on the 10th of March last. She was also indicted a Second time. by the Name of Katharine Miller , of Alhallows Barkin , for feloniously Stealing a Cheese value 18 d. the Goods of John Whiten on the 10th of March last. James Green deposed, that the Prisoner came to his Master (Clendon's) Shop, to cheapen Cheese, and took that mentioned in the Indictment, but he followed and took it from her. which she owned on her Tryal, saying that Poverty brought her to it; but the Evidence not being sufficient to prove Mr. Whiten's Indictment, the Jury Acquitted her of that, and found her Guilty of the former to the value of 10 d. To be Whipt .

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