Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Hugh Catherall, William Goodall, James Stansbury, Martha Stracey, Mary Cut and come again, Edmund Gilbert, Samuel Keep, Lettice Lynn, George Norton, Stephen Parsons, Edward Ryan, 30th May 1745.

The trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give judgment as follows.

Received sentence of Death. 8.

Ann Rush 284

Benjamin Stevens 289

John Simmons 272

Jeremiah Burton 285

Joseph Lucas 277

John Jeffs 275

Marg Greenaway 283

Richard Horton 276

Transportation for 7 years, 10.

Ann Davis 273

Alexander Connell 260

Catherine Herring 270

Eliz Stavenaugh 264

Eliz Blackburn 296

Henry Simms 291

John Haynes 292

Peter Delander 261

Rose Robinson 259

William Carter 257

Burnt in the hand, 2.

Thomas Proctor 285

Thomas Spike 265

Whipt 5.

Bathia Whitfield 282

Elizabeth Metcalf 266

Elizabeth Brown 267

John Rennerson 271

Sarah Davis 258

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Hugh Catherall, 30th May 1745.

Reference Number: s17450530-1
Punishment: Miscellaneous > fine; Imprisonment; Corporal > pillory

Hugh Catherall , convicted last April sessions, for personating Robert Catherall , and in his name entering into a recognizance of 1000 l. in the high Court of Admiralty with an intent to defraud the said Robert Catherall , was fined 5 l. and ordered to remain in gaol for the space of three years , from this time next ensuing, in the mean time to stand in and upon the Pillory, in the most convenient place in St. Paul's church yard near Doctors Commons London, for the space of one hour, between the hours of eleven and two in the day time ; and at the expiration of the said three years, to find good sureties before the Lord Mayor of the city of London for the time being, for the space of three years more from thence next ensuing, himself to be bound in 50 l. and two sureties in 20 l. each, and then to be discharged: but in case the said fine should not be paid, on or before the expiration of the said three years, then to be kept farther until the same shall be paid.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Goodall, 30th May 1745.

Reference Number: s17450530-1
Punishment: Miscellaneous > fine; Imprisonment > other institution; Corporal > pillory

William Goodall , convicted in April sessions last of wilful and corrupt perjury, was fined 5 l. and committed to the gaol of the Poultry Compter London; there to remain for the space of two months next ensuing , and is ordered to stand in the mean time in and upon the Pillory, at the end of Fetter Lane in Fleet-Street, for the space of one hour, between the hours of eleven and two in the day time ; and at the expiration of the said two months, to find good sureties before the Lord Mayor of the city of London for the time being, for the space of two years from thence next ensuing, himself to be bound in 100 l. and two sureties in 50 l. each, and then to be discharged; but in case the said fine should not be paid on or before the expiration of the said two months, then to be kept in the said gaol further until the same shall be paid.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, James Stansbury, Martha Stracey, Mary Cut and come again, Edmund Gilbert, Samuel Keep, Lettice Lynn, George Norton, Stephen Parsons, Edward Ryan, 30th May 1745.

Reference Number: s17450530-1
Punishment: Death > executed

The following persons who received sentence of death at the two last sessions, were executed, viz.

James Stansbury ,

Martha Stracey ,

Condemned in Feb. sessions were executed on Friday, March 15th.

Mary Cut and come again ,

Edmund Gilbert ,

Samuel Keep ,

Lettice Lynn ,

George Norton ,

Stephen Parsons ,

Edward Ryan ,

Condemned in April sessions, on Friday June 7th.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Hugh Catherall, 30th May 1745.

Reference Number: s17450530-1
Punishment: Miscellaneous > fine; Imprisonment; Corporal > pillory

Hugh Catherall , convicted last April sessions, for personating Robert Catherall , and in his name entering into a recognizance of 1000 l. in the high Court of Admiralty with an intent to defraud the said Robert Catherall , was fined 5 l. and ordered to remain in gaol for the space of three years , from this time next ensuing, in the mean time to stand in and upon the Pillory, in the most convenient place in St. Paul's church yard near Doctors Commons London, for the space of one hour, between the hours of eleven and two in the day time ; and at the expiration of the said three years, to find good sureties before the Lord Mayor of the city of London for the time being, for the space of three years more from thence next ensuing, himself to be bound in 50 l. and two sureties in 20 l. each, and then to be discharged: but in case the said fine should not be paid, on or before the expiration of the said three years, then to be kept farther until the same shall be paid.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Goodall, 30th May 1745.

Reference Number: s17450530-1
Punishment: Miscellaneous > fine; Imprisonment > other institution; Corporal > pillory

William Goodall , convicted in April sessions last of wilful and corrupt perjury, was fined 5 l. and committed to the gaol of the Poultry Compter London; there to remain for the space of two months next ensuing , and is ordered to stand in the mean time in and upon the Pillory, at the end of Fetter Lane in Fleet-Street, for the space of one hour, between the hours of eleven and two in the day time ; and at the expiration of the said two months, to find good sureties before the Lord Mayor of the city of London for the time being, for the space of two years from thence next ensuing, himself to be bound in 100 l. and two sureties in 50 l. each, and then to be discharged; but in case the said fine should not be paid on or before the expiration of the said two months, then to be kept in the said gaol further until the same shall be paid.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, James Stansbury, Martha Stracey, Mary Cut and come again, Edmund Gilbert, Samuel Keep, Lettice Lynn, George Norton, Stephen Parsons, Edward Ryan, 30th May 1745.

Reference Number: s17450530-1
Punishment: Death > executed

The following persons who received sentence of death at the two last sessions, were executed, viz.

James Stansbury ,

Martha Stracey ,

Condemned in Feb. sessions were executed on Friday, March 15th.

Mary Cut and come again ,

Edmund Gilbert ,

Samuel Keep ,

Lettice Lynn ,

George Norton ,

Stephen Parsons ,

Edward Ryan ,

Condemned in April sessions, on Friday June 7th.


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