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On This Day ……. 28th April 1864

William Gilmore was charged with shouting MURDER in the gaol yard, charge by senior turnkey, was given 3 days in solitary confinement on bread and water.

 

On This Day – 13th March 1867

Convict William Henry Strut was charged at the Geelong Gaol, with disobedience of orders by Turnkey Wheatland and was sentenced to 48 hours solitary confinement with bread and water by the Governor.

 

 

On This Day – 13th March 1867

Convict Elizabeth O’Connor was charged at the Geelong Gaol with disobedience of orders by the Female Turnkey Mary Byrne and was sentenced to 48 hours solitary confinement with bread and water by the Governor.

 

 

On This Day – 12th March 1868

Convict Alice Smith was charged at the Geelong Gaol with insolence by Female Turnkey Murphy and was sentenced to 24 hours of bread and water by the Governor.

 

 

On This Day – 10th March 1868

Convict George Ash was charged at the Geelong Gaol with Assault of a fallow prisoner Stewart and was sentenced to 24 hours on bread and water by the Governor.

 

 

On This Day – 9th March 1855

Convict Mary Ann Wilson was charged at the Geelong Gaol with improper language and sentenced to 48 hours solitary on bread and water by The Gaoler.

 

 

On This Day – 9th March 1855

Convicts Jane Purdon, Jane Joyce and Mary Carmody were at the charged at the Geelong gaol with disobedience of orders and sentenced to 7 days in solitary with bread and water.

 

 

On This Day – 24th February 1860

Convict William Meuct was charged with insolence to a Senior Turnkey on this day in 1860. Meuct was charged by turnkey, was given 24 hours in solitary confinement on bread and water.

 

 

On This Day – 20th February 1867

Convict James Kenny was charge with disobedience of orders, on this day in 1867. Kenny was charged by turnkey Jones and given 48 hours in solitary confinement with bread and water.

 

On This Day – 16th February 1858

Convict Elizabeth Marr was charged with insolence to a female turnkey, on this day in 1858. Marr was charged by the Female turnkey Johnstone, and given 3 days solitary confinement, with bread and water.

 

 

On This Day – 14th February 1864

Convicts Henry Holm and James Williams were charged with fighting at the Geelong gaol on this day in 1864. Both men were charged by turnkey Leys and given 48 hours in solitary confinement on bread and water.

 

 

On This Day – 13th February 1857

Convict Michael Mahon was charged with insolence to Gaoler, at the Geelong Gaol, on this day in 1857. Mahon was reported by the Governor and was given 48 hours in solitary confinement on bread and water.