On This Day – 29th February 1864

Convicts John Sullivan and Williams James were charged with fighting at Geelong Gaol on this day in 1864. Both men were charge by turnkey Bourke. Sullivan was given 21 days and James was given 7 days in solitary confinement on bread and water.

 

 

On This Day – 29th February 1864

Convict John Yates was charged with making a noise in his cell, on this day in 1864. Yates was charge by the overseer of work at the Geelong Gaol, and was given 24 hours in solitary confinement on bread and water.

 

 

On This Day – 29th February 1868

Convict Bridget McMahon was charged with striking a fellow female prisoner at the Geelong Gaol. McMahon was charge by the female turnkey Murphy, and was given 3 days bread and water.