British Executions

James Hemmings

Age: unknown

Sex: male

Crime: highway robbery

Date Of Execution: 1 May 1747

Crime Location:

Execution Place: Surrey

Method: hanging

Executioner: unknown


James Hemmings found guilty on an indictment for the highway robbery of Thomas Woolley in the parish of St John, Southwark on 12th April 1747: robbing him of a hat (valued at 5/-), a wire tobacco stopper (valued at 1d) and 3/6 in money numbered.