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    Mary Adey alias Farmello[1]


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    • Name Mary Adey alias Farmello 
      Gender Female 
      Criminal case 15 Sep 1779  the Old Bailey, City of London Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
      murder alternatively manslaughet and found guilty 
      • 465. MARY ADEY was indicted for the wilful murder of William Barnet , July the 31st .
        She likewise stood charged on the coroner's inquisition with the like murder.
        Mr. HOWARTH,
        May it please your Lordship and you Gentlemen of the Jury,
        YOU collect from the indictment which has just now been read to you, that the prisoner is charged with the wilful murder of one William Barnet . It becomes my duty, as counsel for the prosecution, to state to you as faithfully as I can the circumstances attending the death of that unhappy man.
        Gentlemen, it seems that the man, touching whose death you are now about to enquire, was a kind of assistant at the Publick-office in Bow-street . The prisoner, who is charged with having murdered him, it seems cohabited with a man of the name of Farmello, lodged with him, and lived with him as his wife, (though not really married to him). On the morning of the 31st of July it seems there had been a quarrel in the house.
      _UID 75929AE0F5CA9A489CFAF1668C5D86CD4BDA 
      Person ID I1601  Farmiloe
      Last Modified 22 May 2010 

    • Sources 
      1. [S1] GEDCOM file imported on 4 January 2012.

      2. [S141] Old Bailey proceedings, 465 (Reliability: 2).