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  1. Mary Dakins, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 6th September 1682.

    Mary Dakins, Alias Wilson , was Tryed for having two Husbands, viz. Wilson , and Hambleton , the former being the prosecutor, and the latter not appearing to Wilson, as he declared she was first Married, it being about 7 years since, and that to the latter...
  2. John Anderson, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 16th May 1689.

    John Anderson was Indicted for Marrying Two Wives viz. One Dianah Lymeburne , and one Jane Stanley, alias Stavely : But the Evidence being not able to prove the Matter of Fact against the Prisoner, he was Acquitted by the Jury.
  3. Mary Stoakes, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 31st August 1692.

    Mary Stoakes, alias Adams , was Indicted and Tryed for Marrying two Husbands , the first Named Tho. Adams , whom she Married at St. James Dukes Place, on the 15th of July, in the Fourth Year, of the Reign of the Late King James; which was fully proved by s...
  4. Mary Stokes, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 6th December 1693.

    Mary Stokes, alias Edwards , was tried for marrying two Husbands; the first named Thomas Adams , to whom she was married on the 15th of July, five years ago at St. James's Duke place ; the second was one Sebastian Judges , to whom she was married the 5th o...
  5. William Hudson, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 8th December 1697.

    William Hudson alias Philips , of the City of London, Labourer , was Indicted for Feloniously Marrying two Wives; The first Mary Rogers at Lamb's Chappel in the Ward of Cripplegate , on the 9th of January, in the 4th Year of the King and late Queen; and af...
  6. John Payden, Sexual Offences > bigamy; John Ward, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 13th December 1699.

    John Payden, alias Thomas Lock , of the Parish of St. Anns, in the Liberty of Westminster , as Principal, and John Ward , as accessary were Indicted for Polygamy, for that he, the 23d of April , 1693, did take to Wife one Elizabeth Osborne , and to her was...
  7. John Jefferson, Sexual Offences > rape, 14th January 1702.

    John Jefferson, alias Jefferies , of the Parish of St. Stephens Coleman street , was indicted for a Rape, committed on the Body of Ann Huffam Spinster , a Virgin of the Age of 11 Years , on the first of January last. It not appearing to be a Rape, but done...
  8. Tobias Maccarty, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 14th October 1702.

    Tobias Maccarty, alis Dathy Maccarty, alias Jeremy Maccarty , of the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields , was indicted for marrying a second Wife , the first being alive . There was no Evidence against him, the Jury acquitted him.
  9. Mary Jones, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 15th January 1703.

    Mary Jones, alias Cane , was indicted, for that she, the 30th Day of December, in the 7th Year of the late King William, at the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields, was married to one Daniel Cane , and that she afterwards, the 20th of August, in the 11th Y...
  10. Mary Price, Sexual Offences > sodomy, 26th April 1704.

    Mary Price, alias Hartington , of the Parish of Eling , was indicted for the Horrible and abominable Sin of Sodomy, committed with a Dog , on the 25th of March last. The Evidence against her was a Girl, who lived in a Room one pair of Stairs in the same Ho...

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