Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, William Smith, Charles Burton, Francis Phanix, Edward Flanagan, Henry Jones, William Parker, John Burn, William Thwaites, Samuel Carter, James Godbolt, Thomas Altop, James Saytus, Sarah Beeks, Richard Pearce, John Hurdley, Richard Golley, Joseph Flendell, Rose Keefs, Mary Murphy, John Young, John Lewis, Thomas Jenkins, J. Kelbert, Joseph Wade, Robert Walker, William Bates, Charles Lyon, Sarah Freshwater, Maximilian Miller, 19th February 1772.

Reference Number: s17720219-1
Punishment: Death > executed; No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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

Received Sentence of Death, 6.

Thomas Crofts , Joseph, alias James Bowman , Andrew Welch , Thomas Page , John Bowers , James Bolland .

Transportation for seven years.

Thomas Burbridge , John Almon , Ann Brown , Samuel Wilton , Elizabeth Cross , Michael Rogers , William Hart , William, alias John Ward , Isaac Landon , John West , John Kirk , James Jennings , Edward Smith , Rebecca Smith , Rebecca Davis , Robert Wilcox , Samuel Shaw , John Coleman , Robert Greaves , Levy Phillips , Hannah Messiter , Mary Polland , William Bland , William Barns , Mary Hurst , William Martin , John Smith , Peter, Edward Welch, Samuel May , James Hine .

Branded, 8.

Robert Mackey , Joseph Fisher , Elizabeth Cushinburgh , George Hall, Richard Crofts , Samuel Westley , John Dowell , Mary Hughes .

Whipped, 2.

Ann Ball , Mary Hinder .

Judgment was respited on Joshua Dudley and Catherine Graham .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Smith, Charles Burton, Francis Phanix, Edward Flanagan, Henry Jones, William Parker, John Burn, 19th February 1772.

Reference Number: s17720219-1
Punishment: Death > executed

William Smith , alias Thumper , Charles Burton , Francis Phanix , alias Finikin , Edward Flanagan , Henry Jones , alias Owen , William Parker and John Burn , who were capitally convicted last Sessions, were executed at Tyburn on Wednesday the 5th of February.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Thwaites, Samuel Carter, James Godbolt, Thomas Altop, James Saytus, Sarah Beeks, Richard Pearce, John Hurdley, Richard Golley, Joseph Flendell, Rose Keefs, Mary Murphy, John Young, John Lewis, Thomas Jenkins, J. Kelbert, Joseph Wade, Robert Walker, William Bates, Charles Lyon, Sarah Freshwater, Maximilian Miller, 19th February 1772.

Reference Number: s17720219-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

At an adjournment held on the 5th of March at the Sessions-house in the Old-Bailey, the following prisoners, who were capitally convicted at former Sessions, received his Majesty's mercy on the following conditions: - William Thwaites , for burglary in the house of Nash Mason, Esq. Samuel Carter , alias Gasford , for horsestealing, James Godbolt , for a robbery, on the highway, on Henry Hunt ; on condition of transportation for their natural lives.

Thomas Altop , James Saytus , and Sarah Beeks , for burglary in the house of Mrs. Bradshaw; Richard Pearce , for a burglary in the house of Samuel Swinton ; John Hurdley , and Richard Golley , for a burglary in the house of Henry Sackler ; Joseph Flendell , for a burglary in the house of Thomas Sturley ; Rose Keefs , for stealing money in the house of J. Farquharson; Mary Murphy , for stealing goods in the house of Hannah Carr ; John Young , alias Smith , for robbing Mrs. Bulford on the highway; John Lewis , for robbing George Matthew on the highway, Thomas Jenkins , and J. Kelbert , for robbing Francis Teuvenin on the highway; Joseph Wade , for breaking open the house of Chris. Warcup ; Robert Walker , and William Bates , for horsestealing; and Charles Lyon , for picking the pocket of Harry Piddington of his watch, on condition of transportation for fourteen years.

And Sarah Freshwater , for picking the pocket of William Morrison , and Maximilian Miller , for returning from transportation, on condition of transportation for seven years.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Smith, Charles Burton, Francis Phanix, Edward Flanagan, Henry Jones, William Parker, John Burn, 19th February 1772.

Reference Number: s17720219-1
Punishment: Death > executed

William Smith , alias Thumper , Charles Burton , Francis Phanix , alias Finikin , Edward Flanagan , Henry Jones , alias Owen , William Parker and John Burn , who were capitally convicted last Sessions, were executed at Tyburn on Wednesday the 5th of February.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Thwaites, Samuel Carter, James Godbolt, Thomas Altop, James Saytus, Sarah Beeks, Richard Pearce, John Hurdley, Richard Golley, Joseph Flendell, Rose Keefs, Mary Murphy, John Young, John Lewis, Thomas Jenkins, J. Kelbert, Joseph Wade, Robert Walker, William Bates, Charles Lyon, Sarah Freshwater, Maximilian Miller, 19th February 1772.

Reference Number: s17720219-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

At an adjournment held on the 5th of March at the Sessions-house in the Old-Bailey, the following prisoners, who were capitally convicted at former Sessions, received his Majesty's mercy on the following conditions: - William Thwaites , for burglary in the house of Nash Mason, Esq. Samuel Carter , alias Gasford , for horsestealing, James Godbolt , for a robbery, on the highway, on Henry Hunt ; on condition of transportation for their natural lives.

Thomas Altop , James Saytus , and Sarah Beeks , for burglary in the house of Mrs. Bradshaw; Richard Pearce , for a burglary in the house of Samuel Swinton ; John Hurdley , and Richard Golley , for a burglary in the house of Henry Sackler ; Joseph Flendell , for a burglary in the house of Thomas Sturley ; Rose Keefs , for stealing money in the house of J. Farquharson; Mary Murphy , for stealing goods in the house of Hannah Carr ; John Young , alias Smith , for robbing Mrs. Bulford on the highway; John Lewis , for robbing George Matthew on the highway, Thomas Jenkins , and J. Kelbert , for robbing Francis Teuvenin on the highway; Joseph Wade , for breaking open the house of Chris. Warcup ; Robert Walker , and William Bates , for horsestealing; and Charles Lyon , for picking the pocket of Harry Piddington of his watch, on condition of transportation for fourteen years.

And Sarah Freshwater , for picking the pocket of William Morrison , and Maximilian Miller , for returning from transportation, on condition of transportation for seven years.


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