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  1. William Thrift, juror name in Front matter from Proceedings, 15th October 1729.

    THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE Sessions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer FOR THE City of LONDON, AND County of MIDDLESEX: On Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday, being the 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th and 20th of October, 1729, in the Third Year of His ...
  2. Jack Thrift in trial of Robert Hunt, Theft > grand larceny, 18th May 1738.

    2. Robert Hunt , of St. George's Middlesex , was indicted for stealing a Brass Drudging box, value 18 d. the Goods of John Bowers , Oct 1 . Mrs. Bowers. I keep a Publick House in Well Close Square , and wear a Gold Chain. He was drinking in the House in a ...
  3. Hester Thrift, St James's Westminster, defendant name in trial of Hester Thrift, Theft > grand larceny, 9th July 1740.

    356. Hester Thrift , of St James's Westminster , was indicted for stealing 17 Pair of Worsted Stockings, val.17 s. the Goods of Mary Holmes , July 7 . Guilty 10 d. [Transportation. See summary.]
  4. John Thrift in trial of Evy Evans, Theft > grand larceny, 29th June 1743.

    328. Evy otherwise Evan Evans of St Ann Westminster , was indicted for stealing 3 large Silver Spoons, val. 30 s. 3 Tea Spoons val. 3 s. and 1 Salt Spoon val. 6 d. the Goods of Sophia Wills , June 28 . Margaret Clark . I live with Mrs Wills as her upper Se...
  5. John Thrift in trial of Evy Evans, Theft > grand larceny, 29th June 1743.

    328. Evy otherwise Evan Evans of St Ann Westminster , was indicted for stealing 3 large Silver Spoons, val. 30 s. 3 Tea Spoons val. 3 s. and 1 Salt Spoon val. 6 d. the Goods of Sophia Wills , June 28 . Margaret Clark . I live with Mrs Wills as her upper Se...
  6. Mary Thrift in trial of John Walker, Theft > grand larceny, 20th April 1748.

    178. John Walker was indicted for stealing a Coffin, value 3 s. and a shroud, value 2 s. the property of Joseph Wright , March 18 . Joseph Wright . I had the misfortune to have an unhappy relation that suffered the last hanging day, and I got a coffin and ...
  7. John Thrift in trial of John Walker, Theft > grand larceny, 20th April 1748.

    178. John Walker was indicted for stealing a Coffin, value 3 s. and a shroud, value 2 s. the property of Joseph Wright , March 18 . Joseph Wright . I had the misfortune to have an unhappy relation that suffered the last hanging day, and I got a coffin and ...
  8. John Thrift in trial of John Walker, Theft > grand larceny, 20th April 1748.

    178. John Walker was indicted for stealing a Coffin, value 3 s. and a shroud, value 2 s. the property of Joseph Wright , March 18 . Joseph Wright . I had the misfortune to have an unhappy relation that suffered the last hanging day, and I got a coffin and ...
  9. John Thrift in trial of Elizabeth Haymour, Theft > theft from a specified place, 6th July 1748.

    322. + Elizabeth Haymour , was indicted for stealing forty shillings in money, the property of Robert Lacey , in the dwelling house of Philip Gray , June 6 . Robert Lacey . The Prisoner lodged in the house that I lodged in, in Shoe Lane, Holborn . Q. Whose...
  10. Elizabeth Thrift, St. Martin's, Westminster, defendant name in trial of Elizabeth Thrift, Theft > grand larceny, 7th December 1748.

    86. Elizabeth Thrift , late of St. Martin's, Westminster , was indicted for stealing one cotton gown, val. 4 s. one callimanco petticoat, val. 5 s. a hoop petticoat, val. 1 s. one cloth cloak, val. 2 s. one Leghorn hat, val. 2 d. the goods of Judith Mackdo...

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