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ID Short Description & Text Name Preferred Name Person Type
1252

A woman from the London Borough of Camden, described as a gypsy of the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields who is tried at the Old Bailey for having stolen seven pounds and ten shillings from one Robert Walburton. Walburton testifies that she had come to his house last January and after having asked for six pence promising to return it. After she returned the money, he put it in his pocket but she "conjectured it there" and showed him some juggling tricks until she had "juggled away his Money." Then, at the same trial, another man testifies that Mary Poole is a witch for having bewitched him and his horse seven years ago after they had met on a road.(1-2)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: Mary Poole, Theft > grand larceny, 13th December 1699. . London: 1699, 1-2

Mary Poole Mary Poole Witch
1253

A man from London in the county of Greater London, who accuses Mary Poole of having stolen seven pounds and ten shillings from him. He testifies against her in court telling the story of how she had "juggled all his Money away."(1)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: Mary Poole, Theft > grand larceny, 13th December 1699. . London: 1699, 1

Robert Walburton Robert Walburton Accuser
1254

A man from Chester in the county of Cheshire, who identifies Mary Poole as a witch and claims the she allegedly bewitched him and his horse when they crossed paths in Sutors-Hill about seven years earlier. (2)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: Mary Poole, Theft > grand larceny, 13th December 1699. . London: 1699, 2

Anonymous 203 Victim
1254

A man from Chester in the county of Cheshire, who identifies Mary Poole as a witch and claims the she allegedly bewitched him and his horse when they crossed paths in Sutors-Hill about seven years earlier. (2)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: Mary Poole, Theft > grand larceny, 13th December 1699. . London: 1699, 2

Anonymous 203 Accuser
1255

A man from Chester in the county of Cheshire, who claims that Mary Poole Stole from him. Suspecting that she would steal the money on his counter, he took it in his hand. When she saw him do so, she asked him to cross her with a piece of silver. In doing so, the piece disappears, but he had not the power to cry out after her.(2)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: Mary Poole, Theft > grand larceny, 13th December 1699. . London: 1699, 2

Anonymous 204 Accuser
1256

A person from London in the county of Greater London, described as one of a jury at the Old Bailey who presides over Mary Poole's trial. They find her guilty of theft and sentence her to branding.(2)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: Mary Poole, Theft > grand larceny, 13th December 1699. . London: 1699, 2

Old Bailey Jury Examiner/Justice
1257

A person from Chester in the county of Cheshire, described as one of many people who claimed to have been a victim of Mary Poole's thievery. (2)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: Mary Poole, Theft > grand larceny, 13th December 1699. . London: 1699, 2

Anonymous 205 Accuser
2189

A woman from Marchden in the County of Lancashire, who allegedly attended the Good Friday feast at Malking Tower. (Rv-R2)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: Mary Poole, Theft > grand larceny, 13th December 1699. . London: 1699, Rv-R2

Anne Crunckshey Anne Crunckshey Witch