Theft from Abraham Nunn, Gardiner 1753

Ipswich Journal, Saturday, 22 September 1753

Added by Pat Marsden

Whereas a Person who goes by the Name of William James on Wednesday the 19th of September, in the Absence of the Family, robbed the House of Abraham Nunn, Gardiner, in Wivenhoe, Essex, and took in Cash Seventeen Guineas, and is since gone off.

Whoever will give Tidings of the said Person to Abraham Nunn, so as he may be apprehended, shall receive Two Guineas reward.

He is a thin Man, about five Feet ten Inches high, and twenty two Years of Age, has an Impediment in his Speecn; had on, when he went away, a brown Wig, a light-coloured Coat, a flowered Linnen Waistcoat, and Leather Breeches. His Parents live at Southwould in Suffolk.

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