Execution of the Mannings

Title

Execution of the Mannings

Subject

Marie Manning (1821–13 November 1849) was a Swiss domestic servant who was hanged outside Horsemonger Lane Gaol, London, England, on 13 November 1849, after she and her husband Frederick were convicted of the murder of her lover, Patrick O'Connor, in the case that became known as the "Bermondsey Horror." It was the first time a husband and wife had been executed together in England since 1700.

Execution Location

Horsemonger Lane Gaol, London

People Executed

Maria and Frederick Manning

Method of Punishment

Hanging

Crime(s)

Murder

Collection

Tags

Citation

“Execution of the Mannings,” Execution Ballads, accessed January 31, 2023, https://omeka.cloud.unimelb.edu.au/execution-ballads/items/show/1201.

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