British Executions

Henry Watkins

Age: unknown

Sex: male

Crime: stealing

Date Of Execution: 10 Jul 1756

Crime Location:

Execution Place: Wales

Method: unknown

Executioner: unknown


Henry Watkins (of the parish of Llanfihangel, Monmouthshire) in the parish of Partrishow on 10 July 1756 (elsewhere 7 June) sacrilegeously stole from the parish church 1 silver cup (value 15/-); 1 pewter flagon (value 1/-); 1 pewter bason (value 1/-) and 1 linen table cloth (value 2/6) (WALES 4/381/5). He was ordered for execution on Friday 10 September.