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  1. Joseph Hall, Theft > burglary, 11th January 1753.

    87. (M.) Joseph Hall , was indicted for that he, together with Charles Sickamore and Jonathan Ward, on the first of December , about the hour of seven at night on the same day, the dwelling house of William Grubb , did break and enter, one cloth coat value...
  2. John Higgins, Theft > burglary; Sarah Higgins, Theft > burglary; Mary Hays, Theft > burglary, 21st February 1753.

    166, 167, 168. (M.) John Higgins , Sarah Higgins , single woman , and Mary Hays , single woman , were indicted for that they, together with Thomas Hays not yet taken, on the 30th of December , about one at night, the dwelling house of Edward Blake did brea...
  3. Theft > grand larceny, 2nd May 1753.

    253. (L) Frances, wife of John Peak , was indicted for stealing one pair of stays, three ells of linnen cloth, six yards of linnen cloth, one quilted petticoat, one pair of stockings, and 3 s. 6 d. in money numbered , the property of Sarah Olton , widow, M...
  4. Jane Brooks, Theft > theft from a specified place, 7th June 1753.

    285. (M.) Jane Brooks , widow, was indicted for stealing two silk gowns, two quilted petticoats, a capuchin, two linnen aprons, two large silver spoons, six silver tea spoons, one pair of silver tea tongs, one silver strainer, one silk waistcoat, one dimit...
  5. Charles Rex, Theft > theft from a specified place; Charles Rex, Theft > theft from a specified place, 7th June 1753.

    286 (M) Charles Rex , otherwise Rix , was indicted for that he, on the 27th of May , about the hour of one in the night on the same day, the dwelling house of David Thomas did break and enter, and stealing out thence six linnen aprons, one pair of breeches...
  6. Esther Odew, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 6th September 1753.

    403. (L.) Esther Odew , was indicted for that she on the king's highway, on Mary Maun , spinster , an infant, about five years of age , did make an assault, putting her in corporal fear, and danger of her life, and taking from her one stripe linnen gown, v...
  7. Ann Stowman, Theft > grand larceny, 5th December 1753.

    18. (M.) Ann Stowman widow was indicted for stealing one camblet gown value 5 s. one double laced cap, one pair of stays, one quilted petticoat, one silk handkerchief, one linen handkerchief, one linen bed gown , the goods of John Bradshaw , November 18 . ...
  8. Ann Newman, Theft > grand larceny, 5th December 1753.

    36. (L.) Ann Newman , Spinster , was indicted for stealing one linen gown value 2 s. one quilted petticoat value 1 s. 6 d. and one table cloth value 6 d. the goods of Charles Sunderland , and one silk gown, a green stuff petticoat and a bonnet , the goods ...
  9. Joseph Godley, Theft > theft from a specified place; Joseph Godley, Theft > pocketpicking, 27th February 1754.

    123. (L.) Joseph Godley was indicted for stealing one wooden box, val. 2 s. one cotton gown, val. 21 s. one silk quilted petticoat, val. 10 s. 6 d. four caps, val 2 s. two aprons, one linen shift, one pair of shift sleeves, one pair of linen ruffles; one g...
  10. Elizabeth Croshew, Theft > grand larceny, 24th April 1754.

    239. (M.) Elizabeth wife of Thomas Croshew was indicted for stealing one camblet gown, val. 8 s. one quilted petticoat, two linen aprons, two silk and cotton handkerchiefs , the goods of Ann Parks , spinster , April 2 + . Ann Parks . I lived with Mr. Hawki...

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