British Executions

James Randall

Age: unknown

Sex: male

Crime: burglary

Date Of Execution: 1 Apr 1799

Crime Location:

Execution Place: Surrey

Method: hanging

Executioner: unknown


James Randall found guilty on an indictment for a burglary in the dwelling house of Hannah Brown in the parish of St Mary, Lambeth on 23rd January 1799: stealing therefrom 2 pairs of sheets (value at £1.10/-), 6 shifts (valued at £1.4/-), 17 shirts (value at £8.10/-), 2 pillow cases (value at 2/-), 6 handkerchiefs (valued at 10/-), 6 caps (value at 6/-), 5 petticoats (valued at £1.5/-), 2 gowns (valued at £1), 2 table cloths (valued at 12/-), a silk cloak (value at £1) and 3 pairs of stockings (valued at 3/-) - the property of Hannah Brown; and a gown (valued at 2/-), a petticoat (value at 1/-), an apron (valued at 6d), a coat (valued at 14/-), 2 waistcoats (valued at 10/-), a pair of stockings (value at 2/-), pair of breeches (valued at 4/-), 3 yards of ribbon (valued at 1/-), a seal (valued at 1d) a piece of copper money (valued at 2d), a piece of foreign base metal coin (valued at ½d) - te property and money of Thomas Duff.