British Executions

James Atkins


Sex: male

Crime: Burglary

Date Of Execution: 8 Aug 1800

Crime Location:

Execution Place: Worcester Red Hill

Method: hanging



James Atkins guilty of a burglary in the dwelling house of John Hooper in the parish of Belbroughton on 23rd April 1800: stealing therefrom a pocket book (valued at 6d), a counterfeit 6d (valued at 1d), a silver half crown piece, 2 Bills of Exchange for £2) and 3 Stourbridge Old Bank Notes for £5.