Crime: highway robbery
Date Of Execution: 12 Aug 1757
Execution Place: Chelmsford
Friday, 12 August 1757 (Kentish Post)
Matthew Snatt found guilty on an indictment for the highway robbery of Abraham Debart in the parish of Low Leyton on 16th March 1757: robbing him of a leathern mail (valued at 20/-) and 5 leather bags (valued at 5/-), the property of the King. Afterwards hanged in chains W W.