Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, John Hunsdon, William Russell, William Archer, Peter Boys, Richard Sheering, John King, 30th May 1781.

Reference Number: s17810530-1
Punishment: Imprisonment > hard labour; Death > executed

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

Received Sentence of Death. 14.

John Calcott otherwise Cockett, Laurence Webb , Benj. Cantofer , William Wood , Boys Errburrill, William Ives , Thomas Holliday , Charles Thompson , John Ruglass , William Marsh , Samuel Woodham , Andrew Daniels , William Jackson , and Alice Hamilton .

To work on the Thames, (for the Improvement of the Navigation) 1 Year.

John Pilkington , John Robinson , and Samuel Davis .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Hunsdon, 30th May 1781.

Reference Number: s17810530-1
Punishment: Imprisonment > hard labour

John Hunsdon , whose sentence had been respited for the opinion of the Judges, was informed that the Judges were of opinion that the indictment was sufficient to support the conviction. He was also sentenced to work a year in the ballast lighters .

Branded in the hand, and imprisoned a year.

Thomas Roberts .

Imprisoned 12 months.

- Batley.

Imprisoned 6 months.

Elizabeth Bedford , Joseph Smith , Ann Owen , Mary Price , and Mary Jackson

Sentence Respited.

Charles Kiteley .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Russell, William Archer, Peter Boys, Richard Sheering, John King, 30th May 1781.

Reference Number: s17810530-1
Punishment: Death > executed
Jane Vincent , William Russell , William Archer , Peter Boys , Richard Sheering , and John King otherwise Read , formerly capitally convicted, were executed at Tyburn on Wednesday the 6th of June . The remainder of the capital convicts were respited during his Majesty's pleasure.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Hunsdon, 30th May 1781.

Reference Number: s17810530-1
Punishment: Imprisonment > hard labour

John Hunsdon , whose sentence had been respited for the opinion of the Judges, was informed that the Judges were of opinion that the indictment was sufficient to support the conviction. He was also sentenced to work a year in the ballast lighters .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Russell, William Archer, Peter Boys, Richard Sheering, John King, 30th May 1781.

Reference Number: s17810530-1
Punishment: Death > executed
Jane Vincent , William Russell , William Archer , Peter Boys , Richard Sheering , and John King otherwise Read , formerly capitally convicted, were executed at Tyburn on Wednesday the 6th of June

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