Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, John Pixley, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, Theft > game law offences, 3rd September 1740.

Reference Number: s17400903-1
Offences: Miscellaneous > returning from transportation; Theft > game law offences

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

Received Sentence of DEATH, 2.

Abraham Hancock George White .

TRANSPORTATION for 14 Years, 1.

Rebecca Holden .

TRANSPORTATION for 7 Years, 33.

Rich. Baldock, Sarah Brown , Mary Burkett , Thomas Burrin , Thomas Cane , Peter Courtrie , Thomas Dennet , Ch. Abr. Evans, Elizabeth Fisher , Mary Greaves, George Higgs , John Horrobin , Thomas Hutchins , Geo Kendall , Thomas Key, Henry Lynley , Anna M. Miller , John Murphey , Ann Neale , Ric. Nicholls, Edw Paine , Rich. Peterson, John Robinson , William Smith , Mary Steward , Hannah Stuart , Cath. Warren , Richard Welch , John Weller , John Wilkinson, John Williams , Robert Wilson , Mary Yates .

BURNT in the HAND, 2.

Benjamin Ball , Stephen Jones .

WHIPT, 2. Elizabeth East , Mary Forrest .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Pixley, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, Theft > game law offences, 3rd September 1740.

Reference Number: s17400903-1
Offences: Miscellaneous > returning from transportation; Theft > game law offences

John Pixley , otherwise Cursemother , who was convicted at Thetford Assizes, for feloniously assembling, and riding, with three or more Persons armed with Fire-Arms, and other offensive Weapons, in order to be aiding and assisting in the clandestine running of Goods, and received Sentence of Transportation , having made his Escape out of the Custody of George Gynne , Keeper of the Country Prison of Norfolk , was indicted for being at large , as also on the Black-Act ; but alledging . That he was not prepar'd for his Defence on the said Indictments, his Trial was deserr'd till the next Sessions.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Pixley, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, Theft > game law offences, 3rd September 1740.

Reference Number: s17400903-1
Offences: Miscellaneous > returning from transportation; Theft > game law offences

John Pixley , otherwise Cursemother , who was convicted at Thetford Assizes, for feloniously assembling, and riding, with three or more Persons armed with Fire-Arms, and other offensive Weapons, in order to be aiding and assisting in the clandestine running of Goods, and received Sentence of Transportation , having made his Escape out of the Custody of George Gynne , Keeper of the Country Prison of Norfolk , was indicted for being at large , as also on the Black-Act ; but alledging . That he was not prepar'd for his Defence on the said Indictments, his Trial was deserr'd till the next Sessions.


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