Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Jeremiah Andrews, Theft > animal theft, 28th February 1728.

Reference Number: s17280228-1
Offence: Theft > animal theft
Verdict: Guilty > pleaded guilty
Punishment: Miscellaneous > fine

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

Received Sentence of Death 8.

Benjamin Branch , Martin Bellamy , William Shann , Margaret Wallis , alias Stainens, John Potter , Margaret Murphew , James Stagles , and Richard Kehne .

Burnt in the Hand 4.

Mary Kidnell , Thomas Lloyd , Edward Adams , and Hookey Lovett.

To be Whipt 1.

Gervis Sheldon.

Transportation 37.

John Pidgeon , Peter Lucas , Sarah Smith , Thomas Davis , Thomas Kenneda , John Burk , Ann Ashby , Paul Bauldry , Elizabeth Field , John Steward , Elizabeth Davis , James Hestridge , Sarah Symonds , James Picket , Ann Hews , Mary Maccoy , Thomas Bartlett , John Thompson , Joseph Bloxom , Elizabeth Winnock , Sarah Burton , Joseph Morgan , Easter Wheatley, John Oxford , Sarah Hudson , Alice Oakley , Timothy Moor , John Richardson , Michael Evans , Judith Bray , Duncam Steward , Grace Cornish , Joseph Shackle , John Price , James Barnes , William Parsons , Hannah Cartwright .

Jeremiah Andrews, Theft > animal theft, 28th February 1728.

Reference Number: s17280228-1
Offence: Theft > animal theft
Verdict: Guilty > pleaded guilty
Punishment: Miscellaneous > fine

Jeremiah Andrews , was Fined three Nobles , for riding away with a Horse , he pleaded guilty .

Edward Bromfield , for driving away Cattle to the Green-Yard, fined five Marks.

James Oviat , to stand on the Pillory for an Hour near Charing-Cross, to suffer three Months Imprisonment, and to pay a Fine of three Nobles.

Henry Wilcox , in Order to qualify him to prosecute Mary Harvey , John Eaton , and Mary Eaton his Wife, was admitted to plead his Majesty's most gracious Pardon on Wednesday the 28th of February. He was convicted for a Robbery on the Highway.

On the last Day of the Sessions John White pleaded his Majesty's most gracious Pardon; he stood convicted for returning from Transportation. As did George Kidger , for Sodomy: Henry Jones , for picking a Pocket: William Newman , for stealing a Watch: Peter Piercy , for Murder: Thomas Warwick , for Stealing two Gold Rings: And James Cherry , and John Brown , for different Felonies.

Jeremiah Andrews, Theft > animal theft, 28th February 1728.

Reference Number: s17280228-1
Offence: Theft > animal theft
Verdict: Guilty > pleaded guilty
Punishment: Miscellaneous > fine

Jeremiah Andrews , was Fined three Nobles , for riding away with a Horse , he pleaded guilty .


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