Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, John Hinemarsh, Mary Davidson, John Randal, Judith Baldwin, John Creamer, Wil. Sykes, Daniel Strutt, John Stafford, Abraham Peters, William Clark, George Crowder, John Simonds, Richard Carter, Richard Loft, Jonathan Hall, Mary Harris, Louisa Smith, John Abraham, John Priest, Ann Claxton, Sarah Haycock, John Hill, John Watson, Andrew Kendrick Langreen, James Fisse, Wil. Tray, Christopher Bushy, Benj. Jones, John Lister, Isaac Pemberton, Joseph Nichols, William Warrecker, Mat. Kennedy, Benjamin Millison, Joseph Jervis, 25th April 1770.

Reference Number: s17700425-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation; Death > executed

The trials being ended, the court proceeded to give judgement as follows:

Received sentence of death, thirty.

James Lee , William Garnan , Sarah Page , Catharine Goodwin , Mary Alloway , Eliz. Talbot , William Lewis , Tho. Bevan , Sam. Clark , John Green , John Parker , Charles Chatterly , James Newland , John Munro , Thomas Gahagan , William Ogilvie , Shepherd Strutton, John Wood , Thomas Fordham , Thomas Bowers , James Newman , John Kellyhorn , Joseph Cox , John Deacon , James Ford , otherwise Dunn, William Miller , Tho. Crookhall , Edward Holmes , Hannah Riddal , and Eliz. Soddi .

Transportation for fourteen years, one.

Peter Graham .

Transportation for seven years, forty-five.

Robert Watson , Peter Batchelor , Edward Berry , William Taylor , Eliz. Lappington , Sarah Ellis , Mary Wheatly , John Linney , Richard Tomlin , William Butler , Francis Comfort , otherwise Comford, Jane Brown , James Rider , William Simms , Samuel Lawson , John Bennet , John Brown , John Collins , John Edwards , otherwise Howard, Eliz. Richards , Henry Taff , David Lemon , Alexander Richardson , William Fenton , Jacob Davis , Robert Gale , Michael Hyland , William Berry , Laurence Levi , Robert Jackson , Peter Carne , Robert Valvin , Joseph Green , Abraham Myer , otherwise Meal, John Armond , Thomas Welch , Thomas Bird , Robert Dixon , Thomas Milston , Napthali Dear , Aaron Emanuel , Margaret Frazer , Dorothy Baker , James Powell , and Joseph Higginson .

Branded, three.

Ann Mashwell , William Freeman , and Margaret Swinney , the last imprisoned a month in Newgate.

Whipped, four.

George Roberts , Charles Hooper , John Stark , and Mary King .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Hinemarsh, Mary Davidson, John Randal, Judith Baldwin, John Creamer, Wil. Sykes, Daniel Strutt, John Stafford, Abraham Peters, William Clark, George Crowder, John Simonds, Richard Carter, Richard Loft, Jonathan Hall, Mary Harris, Louisa Smith, John Abraham, John Priest, Ann Claxton, Sarah Haycock, John Hill, John Watson, Andrew Kendrick Langreen, James Fisse, Wil. Tray, Christopher Bushy, Benj. Jones, John Lister, Isaac Pemberton, Joseph Nichols, William Warrecker, Mat. Kennedy, 25th April 1770.

Reference Number: s17700425-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

The following capital convicts received his Majesty's most gracious pardon on the following conditions.

Transportation for seven years.

John Hinemarsh , capitally convicted in September Sessions, 1769; Mary Davidson , in Oct. 1769; John Randal , in Dec. 1769.

Transportation for fourteen years.

Judith Baldwin , John Creamer , Wil. Sykes , in May Sessions, 1769; Daniel Strutt , in July, 1769; John Stafford , Abraham Peters , in Sept. 1769; William Clark , George Crowder , John Simonds , in October, 1769; Richard Carter , in Feb. 1770. Richard Loft , in Jan. 1770, died in Newgate.

Transportation during their natural lives.

Jonathan Hall , in Jan. Sessions, 1769; Mary Harris , Louisa Smith , John Abraham , otherwise Abrahams, in May, 1769; John Priest , Ann Claxton , otherwise Underwood, Sarah Haycock , John Hill ,

John Watson , otherwise Wil. Davis; in Sept. 1769; Andrew Kendrick Langreen , James Fisse , Wil. Tray , in October, 1769; Christopher Bushy , Benj. Jones , John Lister , Isaac Pemberton , in January, 1770; Joseph Nichols , William Warrecker , Mat. Kennedy , in February, 1770.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Benjamin Millison, Joseph Jervis, 25th April 1770.

Reference Number: s17700425-1
Punishment: Death > executed

Benjamin Millison , otherwise Johnson, and Joseph Jervis , capitally, convicted in Feb. sessions, were executed on Thursday the 10th of April.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Hinemarsh, Mary Davidson, John Randal, Judith Baldwin, John Creamer, Wil. Sykes, Daniel Strutt, John Stafford, Abraham Peters, William Clark, George Crowder, John Simonds, Richard Carter, Richard Loft, Jonathan Hall, Mary Harris, Louisa Smith, John Abraham, John Priest, Ann Claxton, Sarah Haycock, John Hill, John Watson, Andrew Kendrick Langreen, James Fisse, Wil. Tray, Christopher Bushy, Benj. Jones, John Lister, Isaac Pemberton, Joseph Nichols, William Warrecker, Mat. Kennedy, 25th April 1770.

Reference Number: s17700425-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

The following capital convicts received his Majesty's most gracious pardon on the following conditions.

Transportation for seven years.

John Hinemarsh , capitally convicted in September Sessions, 1769; Mary Davidson , in Oct. 1769; John Randal , in Dec. 1769.

Transportation for fourteen years.

Judith Baldwin , John Creamer , Wil. Sykes , in May Sessions, 1769; Daniel Strutt , in July, 1769; John Stafford , Abraham Peters , in Sept. 1769; William Clark , George Crowder , John Simonds , in October, 1769; Richard Carter , in Feb. 1770. Richard Loft , in Jan. 1770, died in Newgate.

Transportation during their natural lives.

Jonathan Hall , in Jan. Sessions, 1769; Mary Harris , Louisa Smith , John Abraham , otherwise Abrahams, in May, 1769; John Priest , Ann Claxton , otherwise Underwood, Sarah Haycock , John Hill ,

John Watson , otherwise Wil. Davis; in Sept. 1769; Andrew Kendrick Langreen , James Fisse , Wil. Tray , in October, 1769; Christopher Bushy , Benj. Jones , John Lister , Isaac Pemberton , in January, 1770; Joseph Nichols , William Warrecker , Mat. Kennedy , in February, 1770.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Benjamin Millison, Joseph Jervis, 25th April 1770.

Reference Number: s17700425-1
Punishment: Death > executed

Benjamin Millison , otherwise Johnson, and Joseph Jervis , capitally, convicted in Feb. sessions, were executed on Thursday the 10th of April.


View as XML