Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary. Richard Parrott, Esther Rowden, John Perrott, Samuel Lee, Mary Bulger.
21st October 1761
Reference Numbers17611021-1
SentenceDeath > executed; Death > executed; No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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

Received sentence of Death 4.

John Perrott , Samuel Lee , Richard Parrott , and Esther Rowden .

Received Sentence of Transportation for seven years 19.

Mary Crouch , otherwise Crochifer, Sarah Smith , Mary Hughes , Francisco Moll , Hugh Moneypenny , Edward Bartlam , James Adams , Thomas Green, Mary Kitching , William Dondell , George Scrivener, George James , Francis Gendrier , Richard Watkins , Rachael Anderson , Thomas Wisely , Eleanor Griffiths , Thomas Quin , and Anne Collins , otherwise Clark.

To be whipped 2.

Elizabeth Hudson , and Eleanor Clark .

To be branded 1. Stephen Dane .

Tousan Felix Urvoy , to stand on the pillory, and afterwards to be transported for seven years.

William Bailey , to stand on the pillory, and to be confined six months in Newgate, and pay a fine of 40 s.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Richard Parrott, Esther Rowden.
21st October 1761
Reference Numbers17611021-1
SentenceDeath > executed

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Richard Parrott , and Esther Rowden , were executed on Monday the 26th of October. Parrott was afterwards hanged in chains on Hounslow-heath.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. John Perrott, Samuel Lee.
21st October 1761
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John Perrott , was executed in Smithfield on Wednesday the 11th of November; and Samuel Lee at Tyburn the 12th.

Urvoy stood on the pillory near the Session's-beusegate in the Old Bailey, on Thursday the 29th of October; and Bailey stood on the pillory near the Cross-key-inn in Bishopsgate street, on Wednesday the 4th of November.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Mary Bulger.
21st October 1761
Reference Numbers17611021-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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Mary Bulger , capitally convicted in September sessions, 1758, received his majesty's most gracious pardon, on condition of being transported during her natural life .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Richard Parrott, Esther Rowden.
21st October 1761
Reference Numbers17611021-1
SentenceDeath > executed

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Richard Parrott , and Esther Rowden , were executed on Monday the 26th of October. Parrott was afterwards hanged in chains on Hounslow-heath.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. John Perrott, Samuel Lee.
21st October 1761
Reference Numbers17611021-1
SentenceDeath > executed

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John Perrott , was executed in Smithfield on Wednesday the 11th of November; and Samuel Lee at Tyburn the 12th.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Mary Bulger.
21st October 1761
Reference Numbers17611021-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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Mary Bulger , capitally convicted in September sessions, 1758, received his majesty's most gracious pardon, on condition of being transported during her natural life .


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