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  1. Thomazine Davies, Theft > grand larceny, 11th December 1678.

    Then the Clerk for Middlesex Arraigned Thomazine Davies, alias Sparks, alias Bailey , Indicted, for that she, the 8th. of Decemb. 1678. an Indian Gown, and other things, to the value of 4 l. and 18 s. of money, did steal from Lewis Gastring . To which she ...
  2. Margaret Wood, Theft > grand larceny, 11th December 1678.

    3. Margaret Wood, alias Alexander , Indicted, for that she the 7th. Octob. 1678. did steal from one Robert Lambert a Silver Cup, of the value of 9 s. She pleaded Not Guilty, and put herself upon the Countrey. One Wood was Indicted for stealing a Silver Cup...
  3. Susan Banster, Theft > grand larceny, 11th December 1678.

    1. Susan Banster, alias Green , Indicted for stealing of Goods to the value of 13 l. To the Indictment she pleaded Guilty . She was one that had been Convicted before of Felony, and was to be Transported; but as she was going, committed this Theft. [Death....
  4. Elizabeth Spark, Theft > pocketpicking; William Abbot, Theft > pocketpicking, 15th January 1680.

    Elizabeth Spark, alias Souch , and William Abbot were indicted the former being a notorious pickpocket, was as she pretended picked up in Cornhil , by one Nichols a Butcher , who would needs fasten a Glass of Wine upon her, so that they repairing to a Tave...
  5. Mary Call, Theft > other, 10th September 1680.

    Mary Call, alias White Reed , was Tryed for Robbing of Henry Worley , of the Parish of St. Giles in the fields , of a Petticoat, Gown, Pinners, Dressings, Stocking's,and several other things , the which were taken upon her, and she upon plain Evidence was ...
  6. Catherine Green, Theft > shoplifting; Catherine Green, Theft > theft from a specified place, 13th October 1680.

    THe first was Catherine Green, alias Johnson, alias Dodson , Tried for stealing eleven Yards of Lawn, vallued at nine shillings, on the seventeenh of September last, from one John Turner living in St, Lawrence Jury , the manner thus, She coming in a Coach ...
  7. Catherine Green, Theft > shoplifting; Catherine Green, Theft > theft from a specified place, 13th October 1680.

    THe first was Catherine Green, alias Johnson, alias Dodson , Tried for stealing eleven Yards of Lawn, vallued at nine shillings, on the seventeenh of September last, from one John Turner living in St, Lawrence Jury , the manner thus, She coming in a Coach ...
  8. Mary Snell, Theft > theft from a specified place; Sarah Chapman, Theft > receiving; Sarah Chapman, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1681.

    An Indictment was preferred by one William Roman against Mary Snell and Sarah Chapman, alias Wood , for stealing a Silver Taster' and a silver Tankard vallued at seven pounds, which the former coming into his house to drink stole , and the other disposed o...
  9. Mary Snell, Theft > theft from a specified place; Sarah Chapman, Theft > receiving; Sarah Chapman, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1681.

    An Indictment was preferred by one William Roman against Mary Snell and Sarah Chapman, alias Wood , for stealing a Silver Taster' and a silver Tankard vallued at seven pounds, which the former coming into his house to drink stole , and the other disposed o...
  10. Mary Snell, Theft > theft from a specified place; Sarah Chapman, Theft > receiving; Sarah Chapman, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1681.

    An Indictment was preferred by one William Roman against Mary Snell and Sarah Chapman, alias Wood , for stealing a Silver Taster' and a silver Tankard vallued at seven pounds, which the former coming into his house to drink stole , and the other disposed o...

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