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Court of General Quarter Sessions 1798
Posted by: Lili Y (ID *****6667) Date: February 13, 2011 at 22:30:21
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I am hoping someone can tell me where I might find records of these cases. It seems a "probable" ancestor of mine, William Crozier, was convicted of larceny in March of 1798 and sentenced to six years at hard labor. He was later granted a pardon in 1800 by Governor Thomas McKean. I found this information in the Pennsylvania Archives but no details were forthcoming.

I am hoping someone can help me or point me in the right direction.

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