Crime: H/T coining
Date Of Execution: 4 Apr 1800
Execution Place: Horsemonger Lane
Thomas Hashwell, aged 30, found guilty on an indictment for High Treason in colouring base coins to resemble shillings and uttering them with intent to defraud in the parish of St Mary, Newington on 20th January 1800. He was ordered to be drawn to the place of execution.