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Penelope Deye
Posted by: Carol Myers (ID *****2832) Date: January 19, 2010 at 13:21:50
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Proceedings of the Old Bailey in London, England -

On 15 Jan 1720, Penelope Dye, of St. Margaret New Fish-street, was indicted for privately stealing 36 pieces of Gold called Guineas from Paul Howel on 7 Jan 1720. Her sentence was death.

Felons transported from London by the Gilbert, Capt. Darby Lux, in Oct 1720 and registered in Annapolis in May 1721.

Penelope Dye, aged 23, black hair, from Middlesex

Some felons had been transported by Capt. Darby Lux to Thomas Cockey in Annapolis from Jonathan Forward in London in Nov 1720.

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