John Trantrum, Philip Storey.
11th October 1721
Reference Numbert17211011-48
VerdictsGuilty > pleaded guilty; Guilty > pleaded guilty; Guilty > pleaded guilty; Guilty > pleaded guilty; Guilty > pleaded guilty; Guilty > pleaded guilty
SentencesDeath

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John Trantrum and Philip Storey , of St. Mary in Whitechapel , together with Christian Leonard , not yet taken, were indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Pepper Box, Strainer, and Tongs, 200 Yards of Holland, 20 Turnovers, &c. in the Dwelling House of John Coverly . To which Indictment Trantrum pleaded Guilty .

They were again indicted of the Parish of St. Botoplh without Aldgate , for breaking and entring the Dwelling House of William Gascoign on the 14th of September last, and taking his Goods , to which Indictment they pleaded Guilty .

They were again indicted for breaking and entring the Dwelling House of Richard Nicholson , and stealing his Goods . To which Indictment they pleaded Guilty .

They were again indicted for breaking and entring the Dwelling House of Samuel Hadduck Esq ; and stealing his Goods , to which Indictment Trantrum pleaded Guilty .

They were again indicted for breaking and entring the Dwelling House of Mary Roberts , and taking her Goods , to which Indictment Trantrum plead Guilty .

They were again indicted for breaking and entring the Dwelling House of Thomas Omans , and stealing his Goods . To which Indictment they pleaded Guilty .

[Death. See summary.]


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