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On This Day – 28th March 1867

John Smith was charged at the Geelong Gaol with disobedience of orders by Turkey Toner and was sentenced to 48 hours solitary confinement with meat and bread only by the Governor.

 

On This Day – 28th March 1863

Convict William Gilmore was charged at the Geelong Gaol with disobedience of orders by Turnkey Andrews and was sentenced to 24 hours solitary confinement by Governor Charles Brodie.

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 – 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 – 19th February 1855

Convict James Johnson was charged on this day in 1855, with disobedience of orders by Turnkey Mathieson. Johnson was given 48 hours in his cell by the Governor.

 

On This Day – 28th March 1863

Convict William Gilmore was charged at the Geelong Gaol with disobedience of orders by Turnkey Andrews and was sentenced to 24 hours solitary confinement by Governor Charles Brodie.

On This Day – 28th March 1867

John Smith was charged at the Geelong Gaol with disobedience of orders by Turkey Toner and was sentenced to 48 hours solitary confinement with meat and bread only by the Governor.

 

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 – 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 – 19th February 1855

Convict James Johnson was charged on this day in 1855, with disobedience of orders by Turnkey Mathieson. Johnson was given 48 hours in his cell by the Governor.