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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+alias' (all words must be present), verdict category is sexual offences and decade is 1690s*

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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...