Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary. John Pixley.
3rd September 1740
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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.
3rd September 1740
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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.
3rd September 1740
Reference Numbers17400903-1

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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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