|Mrs. Morgan||A woman, and the wife of Christopher Morgan, from Beche-lane, besides the Barbicane, (now Beach Street, near the Barbican complex in the City of London), who is said to "occupieth the syve and sheeres [divination tools]." This information comes from William Whycherly during his 1597 examination by Sir Thomas Smith.(334)||One Thomas Shakilton occupieth the syve and sheeres, and he dwellith in
Aldersgate-strete, a laborer, but he saith by saint Saviour that the man hath
doone therwith many praty feates, and many trouthes tryed out.
One Christopher Morgan, a plaisterer, and his wife, dwelling in Beche-lane,
besides the Barbicane, occupieth the syve and sheeres also.
Item, one Croxton's wife, in Golding-lane in Saint Giles parishe, occupieth
the syve and sheeres, and she only speaketh with the fayrayes.