British Executions

Samuel Turner

Age: unknown

Sex: male

Crime: house breaking

Date Of Execution: 27 Apr 1767

Crime Location:

Execution Place: York

Method: hanging

Executioner: unknown


Samuel Turner guilty of breaking into the dwelling house of Thoams Aspey in the parish of Acton Beauchamp on 19th July 1766; and stealing therefrom 6 linen shirts (valued at 12/-), 4 linen handkerchiefs (valued at 2/-), 4 linen stocks (valued at 1/-), a metal stock buckle (valued at 1d), a hat (valued at 1/-), a linen towel (valued at 6d), 66 plum cakes (?) (valued at 5/-), a gold guinea and 40/6 in money numbered.