Samuel Griffiths 1866

Griffiths was in the same Public House as Isaac Newport, when he saw him conduct a business deal which involved 16 Guineas for the sale of pigs. When Isaac left the pub he was closely followed by Griffiths, and was never seen alive again. His inquest was held at the Abbey Arms
Griffiths was found drunk, with 13 guineas in his pocket, which he could not explain.
Executed by Smith from Dudley, who it was said was cheaper that Calcraft, on Monday 23rd April 1866