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  1. Susanna Saunders, 12, defendant name in trial of Susanna Saunders, Theft > grand larceny; Susanna Saunders, Theft > grand larceny, 9th April 1684.

    Susanna Saunders , a Girl about 12 or 13 Years old, Indicted for stealing an Alamode Hood, astriped Gause Hood, a spotted Hood, a pair of laced Ruffles, a Scarse, and other Things of the Goods of Sarah Flemming : likewise, she was a second Time Indicted, f...
  2. MARY KATT, 8 in Ordinary's Account, 17th September 1686.

    THE TRUE ACCOUNT OF THE BEHAVIOUR AND CONFESSION Of the Criminals, Condemned on Friday the 10th. of September, 1686. at Justice Hall in the Old Bayly, viz. Elias Smith, John Raven, Samuel Watkins, Humphery Petton, Edward Thornton, Eleanor Jones, Esther Sim...
  3. Ruth De-Pree, 9, defendant name in trial of Ruth De-Pree, Theft > grand larceny, 3rd September 1690.

    Ruth De Pree , a little Girl , aged about 8 or 9 Years, was tryed for stealing a Silver Taster, and 16 s. in Mony , from one Mark Blackman of Stepney , on the 23d of June last. The Evidence was Blackman's Wife, who swore only circumstantially; How that the...
  4. Margaret Beard, 11, defendant name in trial of Margaret Beard, Theft > shoplifting, 3rd September 1690.

    Margaret Beard , a little Girl , aged 11 Years, was tryed for stealing 11 Yards and a quarter of Anterine Stuff, value 16 s. 5 d. on the 8th of August , from Henry Jevon : It seems the Girl came into Mr. Jevon's Shop, to buy samething, and took away the St...
  5. Margaret Beard, 12, defendant name in trial of Margaret Beard, Theft > shoplifting, 27th May 1691.

    Margaret Beard , a Girle , about 12 Years of Age, was Indicted for stealing a piece of Silk, value 6 l. from Mr. Coldicot , near Ludgate. She came to the Prosecutors Shop to buy some Silk, and stole away the piece afore said ; and when she was pursued, she...
  6. Hannah Starky, 10, St. Giles in the Fields, defendant name in trial of Hannah Starky, Theft > grand larceny; Hannah Norman, Theft > grand larceny; Hannah Starky, Theft > theft from a specified place; Hannah Norman, Theft > theft from a specified place, 4th July 1722.

    Hannah Starky , (a Girl aged 10.) of St. Giles in the Fields , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Watch, value 7 l 2 Smocks, 4 s. a Sheet, Table cloth, and other Things , the Goods of John Hoxly , on the 15th of June last. It appeared that the Prosecu...
  7. Hannah Norman alias 'Smart', 10, St. Giles in the Fields, defendant name in trial of Hannah Starky, Theft > grand larceny; Hannah Norman, Theft > grand larceny; Hannah Starky, Theft > theft from a specified place; Hannah Norman, Theft > theft from a specified place, 4th July 1722.

    Hannah Starky , (a Girl aged 10.) of St. Giles in the Fields , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Watch, value 7 l 2 Smocks, 4 s. a Sheet, Table cloth, and other Things , the Goods of John Hoxly , on the 15th of June last. It appeared that the Prosecu...
  8. Mary Broadbent, 10, defendant name in trial of Mary Broadbent, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Cosier, Theft > receiving; Mary Harding, Theft > receiving; Phillis Harding, Theft > receiving, 20th April 1726.

    Mary Broadbent , a Child , about 10 Years old, was indicted for stealing from her Father, Paul Broadbent a piece of an old Frock, 3 Clouts, and several other Rags , on the 5th of April , and, Mary Cosier , Mary Harding , and Phillis Harding , were indicted...
  9. Mary Cosier, 10, defendant name in trial of Mary Broadbent, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Cosier, Theft > receiving; Mary Harding, Theft > receiving; Phillis Harding, Theft > receiving, 20th April 1726.

    Mary Broadbent , a Child , about 10 Years old, was indicted for stealing from her Father, Paul Broadbent a piece of an old Frock, 3 Clouts, and several other Rags , on the 5th of April , and, Mary Cosier , Mary Harding , and Phillis Harding , were indicted...
  10. Mary Harding, 10, defendant name in trial of Mary Broadbent, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Cosier, Theft > receiving; Mary Harding, Theft > receiving; Phillis Harding, Theft > receiving, 20th April 1726.

    Mary Broadbent , a Child , about 10 Years old, was indicted for stealing from her Father, Paul Broadbent a piece of an old Frock, 3 Clouts, and several other Rags , on the 5th of April , and, Mary Cosier , Mary Harding , and Phillis Harding , were indicted...