British Executions

Herbert Haines

Age: unknown

Sex: male

Crime: burglary

Date Of Execution: 8 Aug 1735

Crime Location:

Execution Place: Chelmsford

Method: hanging

Executioner: unknown


Friday, 8 August 1735 (Northampton Mercury)

Herbert Haines found guilty on an indictment for a burglary in the dwelling house of William Mason in the parish of Dagenham on 22nd December 1734: stealing therefrom a flowered cotton gown (valued at 40/-), a yellow cotton gown (valu4ed at 40/-), a silk quilted petticoat (valued at 20/-), a camblett riding hood (valued at 20/-), 6 silver teaspoons (valued at 15/-), 3 large silver spoons (valued at 40/-), a silver chain (valued at 8/-), a silver snuff box (valued at 20/-), 6 yards of yellow satin (valued at 10/-), a velvet hood (valued at 20/-), a velvet scarf (valued at 40/-), a calico quilted petticoat (valued at 5/-), 10 coins (valued £20), 8 Portuguese gold coins (each with a value of £3.12/-) 70 gold guineas, 20 gold half guineas and £30 in money numbered.