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  1. Thomas Taverner, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 30th June 1734.

    5. Thomas Taverner, alias Cotton , was indicted for assaulting Mary, the Wife of Samuel Russel , on the Highway, putting her in Fear, and taking from her a Silk purse, 2 Gold rings, and 2 s. Jan. 2 . Mrs. Russel. About 4 in the Afternoon, going from Isling...
  2. Rowland Kendenell, Violent Theft > robbery; Hester Cox, Violent Theft > robbery; Elizabeth Mason, Violent Theft > robbery, 16th January 1735.

    30. Rowland Kendenell , Hester Cox , and Elizabeth Mason , were indicted for assaulting John Culpan , in the House of John Huffard , alias Uffart , putting him in fear, and taking from him six Yards of Linnen, value 10 s. 6 d. two Guineas and a half, and t...
  3. John Field, Theft > burglary; Joseph Rose, Theft > burglary; John Field, Violent Theft > robbery; Joseph Rose, Violent Theft > robbery, 26th February 1735.

    35. John Field alias Fielder and Joseph Rose were indicted with Richard Turpin and Samuel Gregory not then taken, for breaking the House of Joseph Lawrence , the Elder, and stealing a Silver Cup, four Silver Spoons, four Gold Rings, a Pair of Sheets, twelv...
  4. Mary Bingley, Violent Theft > robbery, 26th February 1735.

    3. Mary Bingley , alias Brooks , was indicted for assaulting Mary Crone in Wood street Compter , putting her in fear, and taking from her five Guineas, the Money of her Husband William Crone , December 31 . Acquitted .
  5. John Field, Theft > burglary; Joseph Rose, Theft > burglary; Humphry Walker, Theft > burglary; William Bush, Theft > burglary; John Field, Violent Theft > robbery; Joseph Rose, Violent Theft > robbery; Humphry Walker, Violent Theft > robbery; William Bush, Violent Theft > robbery; John Field, Violent Theft > robbery; Joseph Rose, Violent Theft > robbery; Humphry Walker, Violent Theft > robbery, 26th February 1735.

    36. John Field , Joseph Rose , Humphry Walker , and William Bush alias Saunders alias Schooling with Richard Turpin and Samuel Gregory (not yet taken) were indicted for breaking and entring the House of William Francis , and stealing a Silver Tankard, a Go...
  6. John Field, Theft > burglary; Joseph Rose, Theft > burglary; Humphry Walker, Theft > burglary; William Bush, Theft > burglary; John Field, Violent Theft > robbery; Joseph Rose, Violent Theft > robbery; Humphry Walker, Violent Theft > robbery; William Bush, Violent Theft > robbery; John Field, Violent Theft > robbery; Joseph Rose, Violent Theft > robbery; Humphry Walker, Violent Theft > robbery, 26th February 1735.

    36. John Field , Joseph Rose , Humphry Walker , and William Bush alias Saunders alias Schooling with Richard Turpin and Samuel Gregory (not yet taken) were indicted for breaking and entring the House of William Francis , and stealing a Silver Tankard, a Go...
  7. John Sutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Godson, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 22nd May 1735.

    20, 21, 22, 23. John Sutton * and Thomas Godson of Pancras , were indicted (with Charles Stockton alias Stogdon, and Peter Benyan , not yet taken) for assaulting William Power in an open Field near the Highway, putting him in fear, and taking from him a Si...
  8. Thomas Gray, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 2nd July 1735.

    22. Thomas Gray , alias Mac Cray alias Mac Creagh , Gent . was indicted for assaulting the Rev . Nathaniel Lancaster , Dr. of Laws , on the Highway, putting him in fear, and taking from him a Gold Watch, value 12 l two Iron Keys, six Pieces of Foreign Silv...
  9. Benjamin Brooks, Violent Theft > robbery; Elizabeth Smith, Violent Theft > robbery, 11th September 1735.

    109, 110. + Benjamin Brooks and Elizabeth Smith , were indicted for assaulting Mary Crone and robbing her of five Guineas and two Shillings , December 31 . Acquitted . + Mary Bingley alias Brooks was tried for the same Fact in February last and acquitted.
  10. William Wreathock, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Peter Chamberlain, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Russet, Violent Theft > highway robbery; George Bird, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Gilbert Campbell, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Wreathock, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Peter Chamberlain, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Russet, Violent Theft > highway robbery; George Bird, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Gilbert Campbell, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Gilbert Campbell, Deception > perjury, 10th December 1735.

    67, 68, 69, 70, 71. William Wreathock , Peter Chamberlain , James Russet , alias Rushead , George Bird , the younger , and Gilbert Campbell . were indicted for assaulting Nathaniel Lancaster , Doctor of Laws , on the Highway, putting him in fear, and takin...

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