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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
65120 Gills (Executed) Edward - 1834 28 February - Australian
 
Sentenced to be executed for the attempted murder of Donald McIntyre



9358 Harris (Executed) Benjamin - 1843 14 October Newcastle MM
 
To be executed at Newcastle on 17/10/1843 for the murder of Constable Rutledge.



83294 Hayes (Executed) William - 1851 26 April Maitland MM
 
Executed at 9am on 25th April at the new drop erected over the gates of the Maitland gaol for the murder of Benjamin Cott



80520 Hitchcock (Hay) (Executed) Anthony - 1833 13 December - Australian
 
Found guilty of attempted murder and sentenced to be executed



4689 Homer (Executed) Thomas - 1842 9 April Newcastle HRG
 
Executed 9.4.1842 for shooting Mr. Stone who was overseer to Homer's master.



177330 Kirby (Executed) John - 23 December 1820 - SG
 
Executions - On Monday last John Kirby, who was found guilty at the late Criminal Court for murder was executed pursuant to his sentence.



77502 Knight (Executed) Nicholas - 1816 6 July Sydney SG
 
Sentence of Death passed for highway robbery attended with unfavourable circumstances. No hope of mercy



61352 Le Rosse (Executed) Angelo - 1814 16 April Sydney SG
 
Bushranger. Absconded from Newcastle. Executed in Sydney



115565 Martin (Executed) James - 1840 9 December Sydney Sydney Morning Herald
 
James Martin, John Mason executed for robbery and murder in the residence of Henry Pelham Dutton at Gammon Plains. John Walker for having prevented violence to Mrs. Dutton had his sentence commuted



115566 Mason (Executed) John - 1840 9 December Sydney Sydney Morning Herald
 
James Martin, John Mason executed for robbery and murder in the residence of Henry Pelham Dutton at Gammon Plains. John Walker for having prevented violence to Mrs. Dutton had his sentence commuted



77564 McDermott (Executed) Patrick - 1816 12 October - SG
 
Sentenced to death for burglary



115413 McGiff (Executed) Thomas - 1817 8 November Sydney SG
 
Thomas McGiff, Bartholomew Roach, Patrick Ducey and Thomas Brown executed pursuant to their sentence at the late Criminal Sessions



9357 Melville (Executed) - - 1843 14 October Maitland MM
 
To be executed in front of new gaol wall. East Maitland at 12 o'clock Wednesday 18/10/43



42927 Moore (Executed) William - 1838 3 March Maitland SG
 
Executed at Maitland at 10am on Monday. A temporary scaffold built in Sydney erected near the place where he murdered Hoskins



61297 Newman (Executed) William England 1835 1840 10 November - The Australian
 
Executed for the murder of Henry Hodgson at Singleton



166915 Newman (Executed) William England 1835 October 1840 Sydney Gaol Description and Entrance Books
 
Blacksmith from Portsmouth. Admitted to Sydney Gaol from Singleton. To be held for trial. Executed



62079 Pagan (Executed) John Lady Castlereagh 1818 1820 15 January Newcastle SG
 
Executed at Newcastle for the murder of James White



36558 Pidgeon (Executed) Peter - 1847 6 November Newcastle MM
 
Hanged at Newcastle



60096 Quilkan (Executed) Patrick Waterloo 1836 ? 1839 7 September - SG
 
Assigned servant of A.A. Company. Executed for the murder of another servant of the company on a distant station



169428 Ratty (Executed) James Duke of Portland 1807..... 2 March 1811 Sydney SG
 
James Hutchinson and James Ratty executed pursuant to their sentence. Shortly after six oclock the unhappy men were taken from the county gaol and at their own request walked to the place of execution; in their way towards which they shewed no symptoms of agitation but upon the contrary appeared to be little affected by the awful circumstances in which their crimes had placed them. On their arrival at the place of atonement which was on the Sand hills east of the Brickfields, they listened with seeming attention to the exhortations of the Clergyman who attended; and inthis instance behaved with decency; but afterwards relapsed into their former apparent unconcern which they supported to the very last moment of their existence They conversed together in their last minutes; Hutchinson gave directions to the executioner respecting the adjustment of the apparatus; both made repeated frivolous observations; and as the cart was about to be driven from beneath them, they joined hands and were launched off on that posture.




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