Crime: highway robbery
Date Of Execution: 21 Jul 1741
Execution Place: Gallows Hill, Ware Road, Hertford
Tuesday, 21 July 1741 opposite the gaol, outside Half Moon Inn (the gaoler’s house)
Charles Cox (otherwise Baconface) found guilty of the highway robbery of Joseph Parsons in the parish of Sandridge on 13th December 1740: robbing him of a gold foreign coin (valued at £3.12/-), 4 Portuguese gold coins (each valued at 36/-), 9 gold guineas, 3 gold half guineas and £16.9/- in money numbered.