Above, the execution of William Corder by hanging in 1828
|Caption||Above, the execution of William Corder by hanging in 1828; below, William Corder's head as it appeared on the dissecting table and the iron entrance door to the scaffold. Lithograph by Bean and Mundays. William Corder was executed on the 6 August 1828 for the murder of Maria Marten. Hanging. William Corder (1803–1828). Contributors: Bean (1970–); Mundays. Work ID: gbk6thf8.|
|execution William Corder hanging Lithographs Bean Mundays|
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