Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary. ELIZABETH CUMMINS.
8th June 1791
Reference Numbers17910608-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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The Trials being ended, the Court proceeded to pass Sentence as follows:

Received Sentence of Death, 13, viz.

Bates, William - 246

Brown, William - 228

Dawson, John - 228

Dyer, William - 247

Gillekey, Edward - 246

Kelly, James - 234

Mackaway, Stephen - 246

Munday, Thomas - 257

Oxton, John - 264

Steward, Isabella - 248

Underwood, Thomas - 245

Warren, alias Waring, George 264

Wood, Joseph - 245

To be transported for Fourteen Years, 2, viz.

Napton, Robert - 235

Orford, John - 235

To be transported for Seven Years, 19, viz.

Ambury, John - 253

Boyd, William - 241

Brodie, Robert - 251

Bryant, Catherine - 261

- , William - 230

Evans, Thomas - 262

Franklin, Robert - 231

Harris, John - 250

Haynes, William - 236, 260

Hilton, Charles - 227

Holland, James - 256

Hyams, Moses - 265

Jenkins, John - 244

Newmark, William - 241

Owen, Richard - 235

Owen, Mary - 226

Singleton, William - 257

Stephenson, John - 238

Thomas, Joseph - 239

To be imprisoned Three Years, 1, viz.

Stephen alias Strephon Edwards.

To be confined One Year, 1, viz.

Daniel Wild .

To be confined Six Months, 7, viz.

Robert Cooksley , (fined 1 s.) John Norman , (fined 1 s.) John Hirst , (fined 1 s.) Thomas Clarke , Mary Woolley , (fined 1 s.) Thomas Parker , William French .

To be confined One Month, 2, viz.

Elizabeth Mac Cormich , alias Bolton, (fined 1 s.) James Dalton , William Sullivan , (fined 1 s.)

To be confined a Fortnight, 3, viz.

Andrew Beardson , James Maclochlin , Catherine Neeland , (fined 1 s.)

To be Whipped, 7, viz.

Richard Martin , James Smith , William Abbott , James Dalton , Thomas Clarke , Thomas Parker , William French .

The Trial of WILLIAM COOK was postponed to next Sessions.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. ELIZABETH CUMMINS.
8th June 1791
Reference Numbers17910608-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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ELIZABETH CUMMINS , a capital Convict, received his Majesty's Pardon, on condition of being Transported for Life to Botany Bay .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. ELIZABETH CUMMINS.
8th June 1791
Reference Numbers17910608-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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ELIZABETH CUMMINS , a capital Convict, received his Majesty's Pardon, on condition of being Transported for Life to Botany Bay .


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