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  1. Robert Booth, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 19th April 1721.

    Robert Booth , alias Browne, alias Buckley, alias Bowyer, alias Bromley, alias Bartue, alias Brooks, alias Bruce, alias Butler, alias Bartey, alias Thomas Bartlet , late of London Labourer , was indicted for a Felony in Marrying Elizabeth Elliot , on the 1...
  2. Samuel Hull, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 6th December 1721.

    Samuel Hull , alias Hall of St. Michael Wood street , was indicted for feloniously taking to Wife Ann Walker on the 30th of October , in the 6 th Year of his Majesties Reign, his former Wife Susan Purser being then alive , but the fact being committed befo...
  3. Hannah Blackmoor, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 4th April 1722.

    Hannah Blackmoor , alias Blackamore, Spinster , alias Barnard , Wife of Francis Barnard, of St. Martin in the Fields , was indicted for feloniously Marrying James Doyne , on the 4th of September, in the 7th Year of the King, her former Husband Francis Barn...
  4. John Cleg, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 5th December 1722.

    John Cleg , of the Parish of St. Giles's in the Fields , was indicted for feloniously Marrying one Mary White , alias Mary Davis , Widow , a former Wife, Elizabeth de Fille , being alive; But there not being Evidence sufficient he was acquitted .
  5. Elizabeth Hornby, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 10th July 1723.

    Elizabeth Hornby , alias Elizabeth Edwards, alias Elizabeth Hurst , was indicted for feloniously marrying Edward Hurst , her former Husband Kendrick Edwards being alive . Both the Marriages being plainly prov'd, the Jury found her guilty of the Indictment....
  6. John Stratford, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 17th January 1724.

    John Stratford , alias Strafford , of St. Mary Whitechapel , was indicted for marrying Frances Watkinson , his former Wife, Agnes Laws , being alive . But there wanting sufficient Evidence to prove the second Marriage, he was acquitted .
  7. Christian Adams, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 26th February 1724.

    Christian Adams , alias Cheesmore , was indicted for marrying George Mobs , her former Husband John Cheesmore being alive . The Facts not being plainly prov'd, the Jury acquitted her. But order'd her to give Security for her good Behaviour.
  8. Mary Picart, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 30th June 1725.

    Mary Picart , alias Gandon , was indicted for marrying Philip Bouchain , on the 24th of June last, her former Husband John Gandon being then living; to whom she was marry'd on the 8th of November, in the Sixth Year of King William's Reign. Paul Gandon thus...
  9. George Redear, Sexual Offences > sodomy, 20th April 1726.

    George Redear , alias Regar , was indicted for committing Sodomy with Edward Courtney , aged 18 Years , July 15 . Edward Courtney thus depos'd. I first became acquainted with the Prisoner, when I was a Servant at the Yorkshire Gray in Bloomsbury Market, bu...
  10. George Whytle, Sexual Offences > sodomy, 20th April 1726.

    George Whytle alias Whittle , was indicted for committing Sodomy, with Edward Courtney , December 1 . Edward Courtney thus depos'd. The Prisoner kept an Ale House , the Royal Oak, the Corner of St. George's Square in Pall Mall , where he keeps a back Room ...

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