Mary King.
12th October 1693
Reference Numbert16931012-48
VerdictGuilty > lesser offence
SentenceMiscellaneous > branding

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Mary King, alias Godman , was tried for robbing the House of one Joseph Bayly of St. Gile's-Cripplegate on the 30th of September last, and carrying away one Alkereene Petticoat,

val. 7 s. three yards of Hair-fringe, a Hood, and three yards of White Flanders Lace, val. 43 s. the Door was double lockt; and when Mrs. Bayly came home, she found it open, and the Goods gone; she confest the Fact before Mr. Justice Wythers; but none could say she broke the Door open; So she was found guilty of Felony only .

[Branding. See summary.]


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