Date Of Execution: 11 Dec 1894
Execution Place: Newcastle-on-Tyne
Executioner: James Billington
Soldier,age 20:Murder of MARY ANN MARSHALL;
A private in the South Staffordshire Regiment, Samuel George Emery was convicted of the murder of Mary Ann Marshall, whom he stabbed to death on a road at Tynemouth on 23 July. James Billington recalled after the execution that he was the calmest man he had ever hanged because of the cool and totally unafraid manner in which he went to the scaffold. He was just twenty when he died.