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Wm. Pusey court case - 1705
Posted by: Roger Murray (ID *****8372) Date: March 16, 2004 at 14:54:25
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Very interesting. Any idea if this William is tied to Caleb?

Court of Quarter Sessions held at Chester for the County of Chester the twenty seventh day of November 1705,

The Grand Jury for our Lady the Queen upon their Oaths and Solemn affirmations do present the William PUSEY late of Pusey's Mill in the County of Chester aforesaid yeoman upon Saturday the X day of July about the hour of 10, in the evening of the same day in the 3 year of the Reign of our Lady Ann by the grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland Queen defender of the faith &; at Puseys mill aforesaid at the County fo Chester aforesaid feloniously and against the order of nature one youg black heifer then & there did carnally know & so with the said heifer the horrible sin of buggery then and their did feloniously commit against the peace of our said Lady the Queen her crown & dignity and also against the form of the stature in that case made & provided &; Indorsed Ignoramus - Whereupon the said William PUSEY is discharged paying his fees.

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