Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Gilbert Tempest, 7th December 1726.

Reference Number: s17261207-1
Punishment: Miscellaneous > branding

The Trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as follows:

Received Sentence of Death 4.

Jane Crommy , William Miller , Grace Baldwin , and Edward Rowland .

To be Whipt 3.

Mary Rich , Daniel Brown , and Sarah Liney , alias Groves.

Burnt in the Hand 2.

William Smith , and

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Gilbert Tempest, 7th December 1726.

Reference Number: s17261207-1
Punishment: Miscellaneous > branding
Gilbert Tempest , formerly convicted .

Transportation 32.

Isaac Joseph , Farmer Cook , Richard Pachlow , Neels Oulson , Charles Carfeen , Susanna Brewell , Richard Arnold , William Connell , Charles Conyers , John Ross , Ann Emerson , Elizabeth Hopkins , William Bays , Susanna Mason , John Phipps , James Williams , Gervis Charlton , Albert Burnham , alias Vernon, John Gand , Jonas Marwood , John Gately , Mary Spawford , William Coreham , Susanna Moses , alias Fotherby, Thomas Whitacre , Joseph Ayres , Mary Jolly , James Cowdon , Elizabeth Ashmore , George Tate , Elizabeth Higgins , and Ann Green.

Joseph Harrison for Perjury, Fin'd twenty Marks, six Months Imprisonment, and to stand on the Pillory. James Williams convicted of an Assault, with an Intent to commit Sodomy; to stand on the Pillory, and to be transported for Felony.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Gilbert Tempest, 7th December 1726.

Reference Number: s17261207-1
Punishment: Miscellaneous > branding
Gilbert Tempest , formerly convicted

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