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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
1875

Mr. Goodwin's hildren, allegedly ruined by Mrs. Pigeon and Mrs. Jones, and seeing "that their father is now captivated more than ever to these women" presented a petition to the Justices of the County and Borough of South-wark, which brings Mrs. Pigeon and Mrs. Jones to St. Margarets Hill.(22-23)

Appears in:
Vernon, Samuel . A Brief Relation of the Strange and Unnatural Practices of Wessel Goodwin. London: 1654, 22-23

1654 London Borough of Southwark (St. Margarets Hill)  Southwark  London, Greater  London  England 
1876

Upon meeting with the Justices of Southwark, Mr. Goodwin is "seriously reproved and admonished to forsake the scandalous company of these women," Mrs. Pigeon and Mrs. Jones. A witness, Mr. Gold of Clapham appears and testifies that Mrs. Pigeon in particular is "a most Angelical woman."(23)

Appears in:
Vernon, Samuel . A Brief Relation of the Strange and Unnatural Practices of Wessel Goodwin. London: 1654, 23

1654 London Borough of Southwark (St. Margarets Hill)  Southwark  London, Greater  London  England 
1877

The Justices of Southwark request that Mr. Goodwin's children produce proof against Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Pigeon for what they alleged in their petition, which they would not do "should they incurr trouble from these Litigious women." The justices dismiss the case with only an admonition to Mr. Goodwin.(23)

Appears in:
Vernon, Samuel . A Brief Relation of the Strange and Unnatural Practices of Wessel Goodwin. London: 1654, 23

1654 London Borough of Southwark (St. Margarets Hill)  Southwark  London, Greater  London  England