British Executions

Edward Stevens

Age: unknown

Sex: male

Crime: burglary

Date Of Execution: 25 Mar 1772

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Method: hanging

Executioner: unknown


Edward Stevens (otherwise Rawgabon, otherwise Lively) guilty of a burglary in the dwelling house of James Homer in the parish of Dudley on 10th January 1772; and stealing therefrom a linen purse (valued at 1d), a silk purse (valued at 2d), a silver thimble (valued at 1/-), a silver stay hook (valued at 6d), a silver patch box with an enamel top (valued at 5/-), a silver sleeve button (value at 6d), a silver clasp (valued at 6d), a brass ring inlaid with steel (valued at 2d),  a silver Spanish Dollar (value 4/6), 6 gold guineas, a Moidore (value 27/-), 5 silver crown pieces, 7 silver half crown pieces, 2 silver groats, a silver 3d, a silver 2d and 5/- in money numbered.