British Executions

Thomas Howard


Sex: male

Crime: Burglary

Date Of Execution: 7 Aug 1801

Crime Location:

Execution Place: Moulsham Gaol

Method: hanging



Essex John Hight, aged 24, William Warley, aged 27, James Butcher, aged 28, and Thomas Howard the younger, aged 25, found guilty on an indictment for a burglary in the dwelling house of Thomas Blyth in the parish of Langham: stealing therefrom a watch (valued at £2.2/-), 13 silver spoons (valued at £2.5/-), 2 gold lockets (value at £1.10/-), 2 gold rings (valued at £1), a silver bodkin case (value at 1/6), 2 silver thimbles (valued at 1/6), a silver ladle (value at 6/-), 2 canvas purses (valued at 2d), a knife (valued at 2d), a linen shift (valued at 2/-),48 gold guineas, 1 gold half guinea, 6 silver shillings, a silver sixpence, a £5 Bank Note and 2 £5 Promissory Notes - the goods, chattels and money of Thomas Blyth.