skin wool

1) Wool taken from the skin of a dead sheep.

In a Quarter Sessions case, Robert Webster of Carlton said in 1669 that sheep had been stolen from him, and named two suspects for that upon a search made by the Constable ... in their houses hee ... found ... severall parcells of skin wooll for which they [could] give no good accompts, Monk Bretton.

places Carlton
dates 1669

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