How did Charlotte Dymond die?
She was murdered by her boyfriend, Matthew Weeks,when they were going out.
"The Ballad of Charlotte Dymond was written in the mid-eighteenth century (1844) by Charles Causley." Actually this is completely wrong. The ballad was written by Charles Causley (1917-2003) and first published in a collection called Johnny Alleluia in 1961. The poem's main character did die in 1844. The main character was Charlotte Dymond. May she RIP!!
Matthew Weeks was found guilty of the murder of Charlotte Dymond in 1844. He was hung at Bodmin jail. Charlotte had her throat cut on Bodmin moor. The Ballard of Charlotte Dymond tells the story of this ill fated couple. Matthew Weeks was found guilty of the murder of Charlotte Dymond. Charlotte had her throat cut on Bodmin moor in 1844. The Ballad of Charlotte Dymond tells the story of this ill fated couple.
Charlotte Dymond Went Out With Her Boyfriend Matthew Weeks Whom She Had Been Partnered With For Two Year's . She Went Out With Him On The Sunday Evening Then Matthew Slit Her Neck Because She Was Cheating On Him With Somebody Else So ... Charlotte Stayed Among The Reeds At Rowtor Fords Near Bodwin Moor >> Hope That Helped You :)
charlotte dymond and her lover matthew weeks was going out for a walk but charlotte never saw the razor he had up his sleeve when they were by the marshes were the cattle stand he pulled out the razor and cut her thoroat and threw her in the ditich there is now a plaque for where she was murded. matthew was hung for his crime but everyone is un sure if he really killed her…
Charlotte Dymond was murdered on Sunday the 14th of April 1844. Mathew Weeks was accused of her murder and later hung at bodmin goal for the crime although there is speculation as to whether Mathew was the real killer. Every year on the anniversary of her death, people head to rough tor in the hope of seeing her ghost, who has been spotted in the area on several occasions.