British Executions

Giles Hurrell

Age: unknown

Sex: male

Crime: larceny

Date Of Execution: 13 Mar 1607

Crime Location: Tolleshunt DArcy, Essex

Execution Place: unknown

Method: hanging

Executioner: unknown


Giles Hurrell was convicted of grand larceny and burglary.

He was a labourer from Tolleshunt DArcy.

On 30 May 1606  at Tolleshunt DArcy he stole 8 sheep worth £2.

Later on 4 September 1606 he burgled a house in Tolleshunt DArcy and stole £4. 15s. in money.

He was convicted and sentenced to hang but execution not confirmed.

see Calendar Of Assize Records - Essex Indictments James I - JS Cockburn

see Assizes 35/49/1