Tried at Old Bailey, London. Accused of coining (they, on the 29th day of august, one piece of counterfeit and milled money, of the likeness of a good half-guinea, the same not being cut in pieces, did put off to ann gordon at a lower rate than it did import, that is to say, for 3s. in monies numbered). Found guilty. Sentenced to imprisonment in Newgate. Sentence outcome was unknown.
Tried at Old Bailey, London. Accused of coining (that she, on the 1st of december, four pieces of false and counterfeit milled money and coin, resembling the current legal money of this realm, called a shilling, unlawfully did put off to thomas roach at a lower rate and value than they by their denomination did import to be counterfeited for; that is to say, for two shillings). Found guilty. Sentenced to death. Sentence outcome was transported.