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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 – 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 – 17th February 1857

Convict John Bingham was charged with disobedience of orders to the Chief  Turnkey on this day in 1857. Bingham was given 3 days in solitary confinement on half rations by the Governor.

 

 

On This Day – 9th February 1854

Convict Mary Donnell was charged with disobedience of orders at the Geelong Gaol on this day in 1854. Donnell was charged by the female turnkey, and given 24 hours solitary confinement 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 – 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 – 17th February 1857

Convict John Bingham was charged with disobedience of orders to the Chief  Turnkey on this day in 1857. Bingham was given 3 days in solitary confinement on half rations by the Governor.

 

 

On This Day – 9th February 1854

Convict Mary Donnell was charged with disobedience of orders at the Geelong Gaol on this day in 1854. Donnell was charged by the female turnkey, and given 24 hours solitary confinement by the Governor.