List of People Executed By The Holy See - List of People Executed By The Holy See - 19th Century - 1820-1829

1820-1829

  • Elia Sauve, convicted of larceny, beheaded at Piazza del Popolo, (September 16, 1820).
  • Leonardo Narducci son of the late Bartolommeo, from Ischia, convicted of murders and robberies, hanged and quartered in Viterbo (October 26, 1820).
  • Gio. Batta Clementi son of Giuseppe, from Rotella in the Ascoli papal legation, beheaded at Piazza del Popolo, convicted of murder and aggravated injuries (January 27, 1821).
  • Carmine son of Pietro Scaccia from Torrici, diocese of Frosinone, aged 23, convicted of robberies, beheaded at Piazza del Popolo (April 7, 1821).
  • Giuseppe Moriconi and Benedetto De Carolis beheaded at Piazza del Popolo, convicted of robberies (June 7, 1821).
  • Carlo Samuelli and Salvatore Torricelli, from Tivoli beheaded al Piazza del Popolo, convicted of robberies, (June 14, 1821).
  • Francesco Monti, Domenico Taschini and Luigi Onelli beheaded at Piazza del Popolo, convicted of robberies, (July 28, 1821).
  • Vincenzo Zaccarelli and Vincenzo Moretti beheaded at the Ponte Sant'Angelo, convicted of senseless murders (August 6, 1821).
  • Francesco son of Niccola Ferri, shot at the Bocca della Verità; his head was then taken to Collepiccolo, 46 miles away from Rome (March 23, 1822).
  • Giuseppe Bartolini, beheaded in Viterbo, convicted of robberies and barbaric murders (April 30, 1822).
  • Angiolo Antonio son of the late Giuseppe Monterubianesi
  • Pietro Antonio son of the late Giovanni Profeta
  • Angiolo son of the late Giorgio Mannelli beheaded at the Ponte Sant'Angelo, convicted of robberies (June 8, 1822)
  • Domenico Piciconi from Caprarola, convicted of murder, assassination and other felonies, beheaded in Viterbo (May 24, 1823).
  • Giovanni Binzaglia, beheaded in Perugia, convicted of the murder of a sixteen-year-old girl (August 13, 1823).
  • Francesco Venturi in Castel Raimondo, convicted of robberies and other felonies (December 18, 1823).
  • Antonio Capriotti, beheaded in Fermo, convicted of willful murder and robberies (July, 10 1824).
  • Niccola Sebastianelli, beheaded at the Bocca della Verità, convicted of armed robberies (July 15, 1824).
  • Domenico Maggi and Girolamo Candelori beheaded at the Bocca della Verità convicted of robberies and larceny (July 24, 1824).
  • Pasquale Ciavarra, beheaded in Frascati, convicted of murder and robberies (October 6, 1824).
  • Giuseppe Panecascio, beheaded in Frascati, convicted of murder and robberies (October 6, 1824).
  • Michele Farelli and Camillo Pistoia hanged in Pisterzo convicted of adhesion to the murderous brigands (sic) (October 26, 1824).
  • Tommaso Transerini, hanged in Propeli, convicted of adhesion to the murderous brigands (October 27, 1824).
  • Marco Quattrociocchi, hanged at S. Francesco, convicted of adhesion to the murderous brigands (November 17, 1824).
  • Giuseppe Sebastianelli, hanged in Vallecorsa, convicted of adhesion to the murderous brigands (November 20, 1824).
  • Francesco Cerquozzi, hanged at S. Lorenzo, convicted of adhesion to the murderous brigands (November 22, 1824).
  • Giovanni Pietrantoni, Biagio Cloggi and Vincenzo Bovi hanged in Giuliano di Roma, convicted of adhesion to the murderous brigands (December 1, 1824).
  • Cesare Menta, hanged in Supino, convicted of adhesion to the murderous brigands (December 2, 1824).
  • Giovanni Montini, hanged in Pratica di Mare, convicted of adhesion to the murderous brigands (January 19, 1825).
  • Domenico Avoletti, hanged in Frosinone, convicted of premeditated murders (April 14, 1825).
  • Lorenzo Maniconi, hanged in Supino, convicted of brigandish assassination (April 18, 1825).
  • Giovanni Gasbarroni and Angiolo Gasbarroni hanged in Supino, convicted of adhesion to the murderous brigands (April 18, 1825).
  • Casimirro Rainoni, beheaded in Ancona, convicted of senseless murder irragionevole (July 19, 1825).
  • Leonida Montanari and Angiolo Targhini beheaded at Piazza del Popolo on 23 November 1825, convicted of lèse majesté and of dangerous injuries
  • Giuseppe son of Vincenzo Franconi, bludgeoned to death at Piazza del Popolo, convicted of murder and larceny against a prelate (January 24, 1826).
  • Luigi Ponetti, beheaded at Piazza del Popolo, convicted of aggravated murder (March 1, 1826).
  • Pietro Antonio son of Felice Tanucelli, beheaded at Piazza del Popolo, convicted of senseless murder (March 15, 1826).
  • Lorenzo Raspante, beheaded in Viterbo, convicted of barbaric and aggravated murder (May 6, 1826).
  • Giuseppe son of Biagio Macchia, butcher, convicted of his wife's murder, beheaded (September 16, 1826).
  • Luigi Zanoli, Angiolo Ortolani, Gaetano Montanari and Gaetano Rambelli, convicted of murders and attempted the attempted murder of the Most Excellent Rivarola, hanged in Ravenna (May 13, 1828).
  • Abramo Isacco Forti, called Marchino – and poisoning. (sic)
  • Luigi Borgia son of the late Camillo from Montoro Romano, convicted of aggravated murder and resistance to authority with dangerous injuries beheaded at the Bocca della Verità (January 17, 1829).
  • Filippo di Pietro Cavaterra, beheaded in Genzano convicted of his uncle's murder (July 13, 1829).

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