List of people legally executed in Australia

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The hangings of the Batavia mutineers in 1629, the first Europeans to be executed in Australia

Before the arrival of Europeans, death sentences were carried out in Australia under Aboriginal customary law, either directly or through sorcery.[1] The first executions under European law occurred on 2 October 1629 on Long Island in the Houtman Abrolhos of Western Australia, where seven crew members of the Dutch East India Company ship Batavia were hanged for mutiny and the subsequent massacre of 125 passengers and crew.[2] Within weeks of the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788 and the establishment of Sydney, New South Wales as the first permanent European settlement, Thomas Barrett became the first person to be executed in Australia under British law.

Since Federation in 1901, 114 people have been legally executed in Australia.[3]

State boundaries have changed during Australia's history. For the purpose of this article, the executions listed below are divided geographically according to state and territory boundaries as they have existed since 1989.

New South Wales[edit]

To assist those working to make the list more complete, the following information is added. According to one source, total numbers executed in NSW prior to 1820 per period were as follow. 1788-99: 43 (list below complete); 1800-09: 98 (list below as complete as possible because the fact of some executions are in doubt); 1810-19: 92.[4] According to another source, total numbers executed in NSW during certain periods after 1820 were as follows: 1820-29: 170; 1830-39: 288; 1840-49: 99; 1850-59: 36; 1860-69: 51; 1870-79: 23; 1880-89: 26; 1890-99: 67; 1900-39: 24.[3]

From 1788 to 1830[edit]

Location of execution not indicated[edit]

  • Samuel Mobbs – 16 March 1797 – Hanged for burglary.[5]
  • James Reece – 8 February 1799 – Hanged for bestiality with a sow. Reece tried to cut his own throat on the morning of his execution.[6]
  • John Hardy – 2 June 1800 – Hanged for vagrancy and theft.[7]
  • William Jones – March 1803 – Hanged for robbing Thomas Harley, a settler from Prospect.[8]
  • James Lovell – 22 February 1805 – Hanged for forging and uttering.[9]
  • George Holland – 11 October 1806 – Hanged for breaking into the house of Laughlane Gallighcoghan at Parramatta and stealing 10 shillings. Holland had assaulted the occupant of the home, described as a "feeble old man".
  • Dennis Kaneen – 27 November 1806 – Hanged for breaking into the house of James Hogsen and stealing six bushels of maize, some meat, sugar and a copper coin amounting to nine shillings and three pence.
  • William Page – 15 December 1806 – Hanged for burglary from the house of William Tracey at Fennel Farm.
  • Abraham Smith – 15 December 1806 – Hanged for burglary from the house of William Tracey at Fennel Farm.
  • William Poxam – 4 April 1807 – Hanged for sheep stealing.
  • John Hughes – 4 April 1807 – Hanged for entering the house of Edward Redmond and stealing a chest containing cash, bills and other property.
  • Hugh Dowling – 28 September 1808 – Hanged for armed burglary of the house of William Styles at Nepean and stealing cash and clothing.
  • William Davis – 11 June 1813 – Hanged for cutting and maiming William Mason with a knife during a drunken brawl at Ultimo.
  • Thomas Thorpe – September 1813 – Hanged for assaulting and robbing John Galligan of a silver watch on the King's Highway.
  • William Gray – March or April 1814 – Hanged for highway robbery. Stopped the cart of Edward Powell Jr and John Beckwith on the King's Highway and robbed them of ten gallons of spirits and other items.
  • Dennis Donovan – 12 July 1814 – Hanged for burglary of the house of John Cowley at Surry Hills, the murders of William Alder, Thomas White and Hannah Sculler on the Hawkesbury, and for rape. His body was handed over for anatomisation and dissection.
  • Patrick Dawson – 9 February 1816 – Hanged for the robbery and murder of Edward Pugh at his home in Richmond. His body was dissected and anatomised.
  • Philip McGee – 9 February 1816 – Hanged for the robbery and murder of Edward Pugh at his home in Richmond. His body was dissected and anatomised.
  • Henry Laycock – 9 February 1816 – Hanged for the robbery and murder of Edward Pugh at his home in Richmond. His body was dissected and anatomised.
  • Thomas Hill – 1 March 1816 – Hanged for cutting and maiming police constable Thomas Smith near Parramatta.
  • William Langford – 1 March 1816 – Hanged for highway robbery on the Parramatta Road, robbing William Wright of a silver watch.
  • Elizabeth Anderson – 19 July 1816 – Hanged for the murder of her husband, John Anderson, at Pitt Town. Her body was handed over to surgeons to be dissected and anatomised.
  • James Stock – 19 July 1816 – Hanged for the murder of John Anderson at Pitt Town. His body was handed over for dissection and anatomisation.
  • Nicholas Knight – 19 July 1816 – Hanged for highway robbery of Mrs Pearce on the Liverpool Rd, of two gallons of rum and a quantity of barley.
  • Thomas Collins – 1 November 1816 – Hanged for highway robbery having violently assaulted and robbed the cart of John Andrews on the Parramatta Road.
  • Hugh MacAlaire – 1 November 1816 – Hanged for highway robbery having violently assaulted and robbed the cart of John Andrews on the Parramatta Road.
  • Moowattin (also called Daniel Mowatty) – 1 November 1816 – Hanged for the rape of a fifteen-year-old girl at Parramatta. The first indigenous person legally hanged in Australia.[10]
  • Patrick Ryan – 19 December 1825 – Hanged for arson in setting fire to the house of Richard Thompson at Bathurst.
  • John Judd – 30 April 1830 – Hanged for robbery and putting in fear of John Smith in the Singleton area. After receiving sentence of death from Judge Dowling, Judd remarked to the court "My Lord and Gentlemen of the Jury, it is only five minutes choking."
  • John Roach – 30 April 1830 – Hanged for burglary and putting in fear in the Singleton area.

Sydney Cove[edit]

  • Thomas Barrett – 27 February 1788 – Barrett was publicly hanged at Sydney Cove for stealing or conspiring to steal from government stores. He was the first person hanged in the colony of New South Wales.
  • John Bennett – 2 May 1788 – A 20-year-old convict who was publicly hanged at Sydney Cove for theft.
  • Samuel Payton – 28 June 1788 – Hanged at Sydney Cove for stealing shirts, stockings and combs. He was a 20-year-old convict and stonemason.[11]
  • Edward Corbett – 28 June 1788 – Hanged at Sydney Cove for the theft of four cows.[11]
  • James Daly – December 1788 – Hanged at Sydney Cove for theft of a handkerchief from a fellow convict using force and arms.
  • James Baker – 27 March 1789 – One of six Marines hanged at Sydney Cove for theft of government stores.
  • James Brown – 27 March 1789 – One of six Marines hanged at Sydney Cove for theft of government stores.
  • Richard Lukes – 27 March 1789 – One of six Marines hanged at Sydney Cove for theft of government stores.
  • Thomas Jones – 27 March 1789 – One of six Marines hanged at Sydney Cove for theft of government stores.
  • Luke Haines/Haynes – 27 March 1789 – One of six Marines hanged at Sydney Cove for theft of government stores.
  • Richard Askew/Asky – 27 March 1789 – One of six Marines hanged at Sydney Cove for theft of government stores.
  • Ann/Anne Davis (alias Judith Jones) – 23 November 1789 – The first woman hanged in Australia. A First Fleet convict, she was found guilty of theft from a fellow convict at Sydney Cove. She claimed to be pregnant to avoid the noose and some old women were instructed to inspect her. One of the women told the court, "Gentlemen, she is as much with child as I am."[12]

Sydney[edit]

1790s[edit]
  • Thomas Sanderson – 10 January 1790 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing with force of arms flour, beef, pork, associated chattels and goods from Thomas Steel and Joseph Bishop.[13]
  • William Chafe – 20 April 1790 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of James Sunnyhill in Sydney Cove.
  • Hugh Low – 24 August 1790 – Hanged at Sydney for sheep stealing. He had behaved with merit during the shipwreck of the Guardian; a letter of pardon arrived from His Majesty 12 months after his execution.
  • James Chapman – 28 July 1791 – Hanged at Sydney for breaking into the house of John Patree and stealing a shirt.
  • James Collington – 8 February 1792 – Hanged at Sydney for breaking into the hut of the baker John Campbell and stealing bread, flour and a check apron. At the hanging tree he addressed the assembled convicts before his execution, warning them to avoid the path he had pursued; but said that he was induced by hunger to commit the crime for which he suffered.
  • John Crowe/Crow – 10 December 1793 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary.
  • Archibald Macdonald – 14 July 1794 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary.[14]
  • John Hemming – 17 July 1794 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Robert Spriggs.[14]
  • John Bevan – 6 October 1794 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of William Fielder.
  • John Hill – 16 October 1794 – Hanged at Sydney for murder in the course of robbery. He had fatally stabbed Simon Burn in the left side of the chest at Parramatta.
  • William Smith – 16 November 1795 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of William Parrish at Prospect Hill.
  • John Fenlow – 8 August 1796 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his servant David Lane at Mulgrave, on the Hawkesbury.
  • Francis Morgan – 30 November 1796 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Simon Raven. Following his execution his body was gibbeted on Pinchgut Island in Sydney Harbour. His skeleton was still hanging there four years after his execution.[14]
  • John Lawler/Lawor – 30 November 1796 – Hanged at Sydney for robbing the public stores.[14]
  • Martin McEwan – 30 November 1796 – Soldier, hanged at Sydney for robbing the public stores.[14]
  • John Rayner – 31 July 1797 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary.[15]
  • Johnathan Boroughbridge – April 1798 – Hanged at Sydney for piracy after he and accomplices stole two boats with the intent of escaping the colony.
  • Michael Gibson – April 1798 – Hanged at Sydney for piracy after he and accomplices stole two boats with the intent of escaping the colony.
  • Samuel Wright – February 1799 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Simeon Lord in High St (Lower George St). Wright had been reprieved at the gallows in 1793, when previously sentenced to hang for burglary.[6][16]
  • Thomas Jones – 6 July 1799 – Publicly hanged in Sydney on the site of the crime for the murder of missionary Samuel Clode in the brickfields. A soldier in the NSW Corps, he had owed the missionary money but when the man came to collect he was murdered by Jones with his wife and two neighbours as accomplices. Clode was stabbed, his throat cut and his skull fractured with an axe. The Jones house was pulled down and burned on orders of the governor, the gallows were erected on its spot and he and two of his accomplices were hanged. Jones' corpse was later gibbeted.[17]
  • Elizabeth Jones – 6 July 1799 – Wife of Thomas Jones. Hanged at Sydney for her part in the murder of missionary Samuel Clode at the brickfields in Sydney. After being hanged her body was handed over for surgical dissection.[17]
  • William Elberry – 6 July 1799 – Hanged at Sydney for his part in the murder of Samuel Clode, executed where the murder took place then gibbeted.[17]
1800s[edit]
  • William Meredeth – 4 July 1800 – Hanged at Sydney for escaping from custody.[18]
  • Thomas Thompson – 4 July 1800 – A corporal in the New South Wales Corps. Hanged at Sydney for forgery.[19]
  • James Riley - December 1800 - Hanged at Sydney for burglary.[14] However another source indicates that he may not in fact have been executed.[20]
  • Charles Davis - February 1801 - Hanged at Sydney[14]
  • David Burton - 5 December 1801 - Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Mary Hailey[14]
  • Laughlan Doyle – 14 March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.
  • John Lynch – March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for feloniously entering the house of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.
  • John Francis Morgan – March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for feloniously entering the house of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.
  • Patrick Ross – March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for feloniously entering the house of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.
  • Thomas Shanks – March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for feloniously entering the house of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.
  • Michael Wollaghan – March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for feloniously entering the house of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.
  • Laurence Dempsey – 19 March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for feloniously entering the house of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.
  • Timothy Mulch/Mulcahy/Malahoy – 25 March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for feloniously entering the house of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.[21]
  • John Brown – 26 March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for feloniously entering the house of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.
  • James Connors – 26 March 1803 – Hanged at Sydney for feloniously entering the house of Thomas Neal of Richmond Hill.
  • Charles Crump – 20 February 1804 – Hanged in Sydney for the theft of nine pieces of chintzes and printed calicoes from William Tough in Sydney Cove.
  • John Brannan – 10 March 1804 – Convict who participated in the Castle Hill Rebellion. Hanged at Sydney.
  • Timothy Hogan – 10 March 1804 – Convict who participated in the Castle Hill Rebellion. Hanged at Sydney.
  • James Bevan (known as 'Warminster') – 21 May 1804 – Hanged at Sydney for the rape of eight-year-old Elizabeth Douglas.
  • John Green – 21 November 1804 – Hanged at Sydney for rape near Parramatta on 11 November 1804. Green was African-American, born in Pennsylvania.[22]
  • William Miller – 30 September 1805 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Bridget Kean at Hawkesbury.[23][24]
  • Herbert Keeling – 28 April 1806 – Hanged at Sydney for forging and uttering two promissory notes purporting to be drawn by Henry Kable.
  • James Dabbs – 16 May 1806 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the home of Rowland Hassall at Parramatta.
  • Elias Davis - 4 September 1806 - Hanged at Sydney for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Robert Broughton, Parramatta.[14][25][26]
  • William Organ – 11 October 1806 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing nine sheep from his employer John Palmer between the Hawkesbury and Sydney.[27]
  • Joseph Moreton – 27 November 1806 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary of Henry Williams near Castle Hill.
  • William Mason – 27 November 1806 – Hanged at Sydney for breaking and entering the house of John Prosser and stealing a cart and an article of clothing.
  • John Murphey – 27 November 1806 – Hanged at Sydney for breaking and entering the house of Michael Connor at North Boundary.
  • James Halfpenny – 17 December 1806 – Hanged at Sydney for bushranging and theft of livestock, four muskets and a chest.
  • Stephen Halfpenny – 17 December 1806 – Hanged at Sydney for bushranging and theft of livestock, four muskets and a chest.
  • Joseph Eades – 3 July 1807 – Hanged at Sydney for robbing a cart of alcohol and clothing items.
  • John Higgins – 3 July 1807 – Hanged at Sydney for robbing a cart of alcohol and clothing items.
  • William Morgan – 3 July 1807 – Hanged at Sydney for robbing a cart of alcohol and clothing items.
  • Robert Murray – 3 July 1807 – Hanged at Sydney for sheep stealing from the property of James Larratts.
  • Benjamin Yeates – 3 July 1807 – Hanged at Sydney for sheep stealing from the property of James Larratts.
  • John Brown – 30 May 1808 – Hanged at Sydney. A convict who escaped from custody and remained at large in the Van Diemen's Land wilderness for some 20 months. During this time, with John Lemon (Lemon was shot dead while resisting capture) he was involved in the murder of three soldiers, Corporal John Curry, Private Robert Grindstone and Private James Daniels. For his involvement in the crimes Brown was transported from Van Diemen's Land to Sydney to stand trial. His body was dissected and gibbeted.
  • Alexander Wilson (alias Charles Boyle) – 18 June 1808 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of William Moad.
  • John MacNeal – 18 June 1808 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and robbery upon his master, having stolen two half casks and two quarter casks of gunpowder from the house of Robert Campbell.
  • Mary Grady – 18 June 1808 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Charles Stuart at Parramatta.
  • Richard Broughton – 29 August 1808 – Hanged in Sydney for stealing two head of horned cattle from John Palmer at Hawkesbury.[28]
  • John Cheeseman – 29 August 1808 – Hanged in Sydney for stealing two head of horned cattle from John Palmer at Hawkesbury.[28]
  • Charles Flynn – 29 August 1808 – Hanged in Sydney for stealing from on board the ship Hero, lying in Sydney Cove, two spy glasses valued at 40 shillings and a table cloth valued at 10 shillings.[28]
  • Joseph Moreton – 29 August 1808 – Hanged in Sydney for forging and uttering a promissory note thereby defrauding Benjamin South of Richmond Hill the sum of £21.[28]
  • Thomas Doolan (Dowlan) – 26 August 1809 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of John Styles on the Hawkesbury.
1810s[edit]
  • John Campbell – June 1810 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Elizabeth Macarthur.
  • James Hutchinson – 26 February 1811 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing from the shop of Thomas Abbott. Hutchinson was originally condemned to death in June 1810 for burglary however he escaped from custody, upon being recaptured his sentence was reduced to hard labour. In February 1811 he was convicted along with James Ratty of stealing from commercial premises and both were hanged together.
  • James Ratty – 26 February 1811 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing cloth, muslin etc. from the shop of Thomas Abbott.
  • Martin Egan – 10 May 1811 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Thomas Cooney. After being executed his body was handed over to surgeons for dissection and anatomisation.
  • Thomas Clough – 13 May 1811 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Thomas Cooney. After being executed his body was handed over to surgeons for dissection and anatomisation.
  • John Gould – 9 March 1812 – A soldier of the 73rd Regiment of Foot. Hanged in Sydney for the murder of Margaret Finnie, the wife of a fellow soldier.
  • Peter Gory – 21 January 1813 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery at arms of William Parish in Hobart, Van Diemen's Land.
  • John McCabe – 21 January 1813 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery at arms of William Parish in Hobart, Van Diemen's Land.
  • John Townsend – 21 January 1813 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery at arms of William Parish in Hobart, Van Diemen's Land.
  • Matthew Kearns – 24 March 1813 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of Joseph Sutton, body handed over for dissection and anatomisation.
  • John Kearns (the Elder) – 24 March 1813 – (Brother of Matthew Kearns). Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of Joseph Sutton, body handed over for dissection and anatomisation.
  • John Kearns (the Younger) – 24 March 1813 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of Joseph Sutton, body handed over for dissection and anatomisation.
  • Richard Berry – 31 March 1813 – Hanged at Sydney for cattle stealing.
  • John Mahony – 31 March 1813 – Hanged at Sydney for cattle stealing (brother of Thomas Mahony who was hanged on 24 March 1813 in Paramatta for a separate offence).
  • Angelo (Giuseppe) LeRose – 13 April 1814 – Hanged at Sydney for the assault and robbery of Samuel Larkin on Parramatta Road, Iron Cove.
  • Francis Barry – 13 April 1814 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing three oxen that were the property of the crown.
  • Richard Dowling – 13 April 1814 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing three oxen that were the property of the crown.
  • Thomas John Turner – 12 July 1814 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his wife Elizabeth, whom he stabbed to death at Port Dalrymple, Van Diemen's Land. His body was given up for dissection and anatomisation.
  • Bartholomew Foley – 14 July 1814 – Hanged at Sydney for sheep stealing at Launceston, Van Diemen's Land.
  • John White – 22 July 1814 – Hanged for his part in the murders of Rowland Edwards and William Jenkins during a botched robbery of the house at the Parramatta Toll Gate. He was accompanied by Dennis Donovan (hanged for other offences on 12 July 1814); it was Donovan who fired the fatal shots. But for his part in the robbery John White was found equally guilty. His body was handed over for dissection and anatomisation.
  • Patrick Collins – 20 December 1814 – Hanged at Sydney for his part in the murder of William Alder & Thomas White on the Hawkesbury. Body dissected and anatomised.
  • John Shepherd – 20 December 1814 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Mary Bryant in The Rocks, Sydney. His body was handed over to surgeons for dissection and anatomisation.
  • John Styles – 7 July 1815 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Thomas Roberts at Botany Bay. His body was handed over for dissection and anatomisation.
  • Colin Hunter – 4 November 1816 – Hanged in Sydney for the murder at Canterbury of John Miller who was shot during a burglary of his home. Body was dissected and anatomised pursuant to sentence.
  • Thomas Dooley – 4 November 1816 – Hanged in Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of John Miller. The prisoner's body was handed over for dissection and anatomisation after he was executed.
  • Michael Ryan (real name John Mahony) – 4 November 1816 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of John Miller. Body was dissected and anatomised pursuant to sentence.
  • James Flavell – 15 November 1816 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary of the house of Thomas Reeds in Castlereagh St.
  • William Tripp – 15 November 1816 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary of the house of Thomas Reeds in Castlereagh St.
  • John Palmer – 15 November 1816 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing a bullock from the herd of Capt. Eber Bunker at Liverpool.
  • Samuel Smith - 3 October 1817 - Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Randall at George Town, Van Diemen's Land
  • John Walker – 10 October 1817 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Suddis at Wilberforce.
  • Ralph Pearson – 10 October 1817 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Suddis at Wilberforce.[29]
  • Thomas McGiff – 7 November 1817 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary of the house of John Parkes at Petersham.
  • Thomas Brown – 7 November 1817 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing a mare, the property of Thomas Arkill.
  • Patrick Ducey – 7 November 1817 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing a cow, the property of Patrick Devoy.
  • Bartholomew Roach – 7 November 1817 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing two heifers, the property of John Croker.
  • William Wallis – 27 February 1818 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery in the house of John Harris.
  • Edward Haley – 27 February 1818 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing a horse, cart and other sundries near Parramatta.
  • Samuel Pollock – 27 February 1818 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing a horse, cart and other sundries near Parramatta.
  • James Fitzpatrick – 27 February 1818 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary in the house of John Brown at Portland Head.
  • Pedro Aldanoes (also called Peter Adams) – 7 December 1818 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Joseph Yeates outside Parramatta.
  • Timothy Buckley – 9 April 1819 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of district constable William Cosgrove at South Creek.
  • David Brown – 9 April 1819 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of William Cosgrove.
  • Timothy Ford – 9 April 1819 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of William Cosgrove.[30]
  • Thomas Ray – 16 April 1819 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery.
  • John Jones – 16 April 1819 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery.
  • Thomas Smith – 16 April 1819 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery.
  • John Green – 23 April 1819 – Hanged at Sydney for housebreaking and attempted murder at Cockle Bay.[31]
  • John Brennan – 23 April 1819 – Hanged at Sydney for housebreaking and attempted murder at Cockle Bay.[31]
  • John Petree (alias McIntosh) – 23 April 1819 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery outside Liverpool.[31]
  • Matthew Dace - 31 December 1819 - Hanged at Sydney for robbery of Dennis Guiney on the Parramatta Road.[32]
  • Robert Parsons - 31 December 1819 - Hanged at Sydney for robbery of Dennis Guiney on the Parramatta Road.[32]
1820 to 1821[edit]
  • William Taylor - 14 July 1820 - Hanged at Sydney for burglary in Castlereagh Street.
  • James Ingley - 14 July 1820 - Hanged at Sydney for burglary in Castlereagh Street.
  • James Garland - 14 July 1820 - Hanged at Sydney for forgery of store receipts at Parramatta.
  • Thomas McGowran – 18 August 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for cattle stealing.
  • Daniel (or David) Bell – 18 August 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for cattle stealing. Originally transported on the Friendship (1800) for his role in the Irish Rebellion.
  • Annesley McGrath – 18 August 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for cattle stealing.
  • George Rouse - 25 August 1820 - Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the residence of Lieutenant Hector Macquarie.
  • Dennis Malloy - 25 August 1820 - Hanged at Sydney for stealing cattle.
  • Thomas Ford (alias Ward) - 25 August 1820 - Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the residence of Anne Robinson on the Parramatta Road.
  • John Kirby – 18 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Burragong, also called Jack, an indigenous tracker, in the Newcastle district.[33]
  • George Bowerman – 22 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at the eighteen-mile stone on the Windsor Road.
  • James Bowerman – 22 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at the eighteen-mile stone on the Windsor Road.
  • Solomon Bowerman – 22 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at the eighteen-mile stone on the Windsor Road.
  • James Clancy (Clency) – 22 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing from a house and violent robbery of a child.
  • John Bagnell – 22 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for house-breaking and highway robbery.
  • Nicholas Cooke – 22 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing from the house of James Seville near Constitution Hill, and assaulting Constable Edward Dillon with a stone.
  • Edward Luffin – 23 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for cattle duffing.
  • Michael Tracey – 23 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary at the house of John Waite.
  • John Sullivan – 23 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary.
  • Daniel O'Brien – 23 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery.
  • John O'Brien – 23 December 1820 – Hanged at Sydney for cattle duffing.
  • William Swift – 17 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Maria Minton at Richmond.
  • James Robinson – 17 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his overseer Charles Linton. Robinson was from Angola.[34]
  • Francis Pascoe – 22 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Michael Donnelly.
  • John Ryan – 22 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery.
  • Miles Jordan – 22 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery in the Hawkesbury district.
  • Pasco Haddycott – 22 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Michael Donnelly.
  • William McGeary (Geary) – 24 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for a string of highway robberies on the Windsor Road.
  • Thomas Smith – 24 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Windsor Road.
  • John Whiteman – 24 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Windsor Road.
  • William Kennedy – 24 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary & theft of a hat, comb and razor from Henry McAlister near Prospect.
  • John Mills – 24 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Windsor Road.
  • Charles Young – 24 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Windsor Road.
  • John Cochrane – 24 August 1821 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Windsor Road.
1822 to 1824[edit]
  • Francis Murphy – 6 April 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Nicholas Devine (former Superintendent of Convicts) at what is now Erskineville.[35]
  • William Harris – 6 April 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery of James Cribb on the Parramatta Road.[35]
  • John Maloney – 1 May 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for robbing the house of John McKenzie at Pitt Town.
  • William Varley – 1 May 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for robbing the house of John McKenzie at Pitt Town.
  • Thomas Roach – 1 May 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for robbing the house of John McKenzie at Pitt Town.
  • George Young – 5 July 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of a cart belonging to John Blaxland at South Creek.
  • James Dowden – 5 July 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of John Sunderland, south of Parramatta.
  • Joseph Knowles – 5 July 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from John Price's residence at the Parramatta Toll-House.
  • George Barke – 5 July 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from John Price's residence at the Parramatta Toll-House.
  • Thomas Barry – 14 October 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Samuel and Esther Bradley at Birchgrove.
  • Valentine Wood – 8 November 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for robbing Sergeant Barlow on the Prospect Road.
  • William Baxter – 8 November 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for attempted murder of Robert Hawkins on the Dog Trap Road.
  • Thomas Till – 8 November 1822 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing a boat at Port Macquarie.[36]
  • William Poole – 22 May 1823 – Hanged at Sydney for returning from Port Macquarie in defiance of his commuted sentence. Originally sentenced to death for leading a party of convicts in escape into the hinterland, in the hope they could walk to Timor.[37]
  • Edward Gorman – 13 October 1823 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of William Wells during a robbery at Minto. Gorman was recognisable for his "remarkable tooth".[38]
  • Robert Grant – 15 January 1824 – Hanged at Sydney for returning from Port Macquarie in defiance of his commuted sentence. Originally condemned to death in 1822 for horse theft.
  • Thomas Harley – 4 March 1824 – Hanged at Sydney for returning from Port Macquarie in defiance of his commuted sentence. Originally sentenced to death in 1822 for burglary from the house of Robert Campbell in George St.
  • Cornelius Fitzpatrick – 28 June 1824 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Bentley outside Newcastle.
  • John Donovan – 23 August 1824 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Tom Brown at Emu Plains.
  • John Hand – 30 August 1824 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Michael Minton at Richmond.
  • James Stack – 30 August 1824 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Michael Minton at Richmond.
1825 to 1826[edit]
  • Martin Benson – 23 January 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his master John Brackfield at South Creek near Windsor.
  • Eliza Campbell – 23 January 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of her master John Brackfield at South Creek, near Windsor.
  • James Coogan – 23 January 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his master John Brackfield at South Creek, near Windsor.
  • Anthony Rodney – 23 January 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his master John Brackfield at South Creek, near Windsor.
  • John Sprole – 23 January 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his master John Brackfield at South Creek, near Windsor.
  • Jeremiah Buckley – 4 April 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary at Canterbury.
  • Edmond Bates – 11 April 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for beating his wife Julia to death during a Christmas Day drunken rage at Kissing Point.[39]
  • James Wright – 30 May 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for the axe murder of his wife Mary Ann at the Hawkesbury.
  • James Webb – 19 August 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Robert Collett at Toongabbie.
  • Patrick Moloney – 12 September 1825 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of William Elliott at Port Macquarie.
  • Daniel Leary - 12 December 1825 - Hanged at Sydney for rape of Mary Grainger at Wallis Plains.
  • John Burke – 6 March 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Cogan at Mulgoa.
  • William Corbett – 6 March 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Great Western Road.
  • Duncan McCallum – 7 March 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery at South Creek.
  • Peter Roberts – 7 March 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery at South Creek.
  • William Patient – 7 March 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery at South Creek.
  • William Morrison – 7 March 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery at South Creek.
  • Andrew White – 1 May 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Patrick Taggart at Grant's Creek, outside Bathurst.
  • William Cusack – 3 July 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary at Campbelltown.
  • John Hossle – 3 July 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary of John Blackman at Bathurst.
  • Bridget Fairless – 12 July 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery in what is now the Leichhardt section of Parramatta Road.
  • John Connolly (Collins) – 12 July 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery in what is now the Leichhardt section of Parramatta Road.
  • Charles Butler – 3 August 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Kitty Carman (Catherine Collins) at Portland Head.
  • Joseph Lockett – 7 August 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Liverpool Road near Cabramatta.
  • Isaac Smith – 11 September 1826 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Constable William Green at Captain John Brabyn's estate, Clifton, Windsor.
1827[edit]
  • George Worrall (Fisher's Ghost Murder) – 5 February 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Frederick Fisher at Campbelltown.[40]
  • William Leddington – 12 March 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for piracy on the brig Wellington at Norfolk Island
  • James Smith – 12 March 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for piracy on the brig Wellington at Norfolk Island
  • John Edwards – 12 March 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for piracy on the brig Wellington at Norfolk Island
  • Richard Johnson – 12 March 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for piracy on the brig Wellington at Norfolk Island
  • Edward Coulthurst – 12 March 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for piracy on the brig Wellington at Norfolk Island
  • William Ward - 21 May 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for the armed robbery of Michael Foley at Bringelly
  • Thomas Power - 21 May 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for the armed robbery of Michael Foley at Bringelly
  • John Curry - 21 May 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of Joseph Cox on the road between Liverpool and Parramatta
  • William Webb - 21 May 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for the armed robbery and putting in fear of the house of Timothy Beard at Carnes Hill
  • John Lynch - 18 June 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for the burglary of the house of Thomas Parnell at Richmond. Lynch was also involved in the Wellington mutiny.
  • Michael Coogan - 18 June 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for forgery. Coogan was an American who had also attempted piracy of a ship called The Liberty
  • Thomas Quinn - 18 June 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Timothy Beard at Carnes Hill. Before the noose was fastened Quinn kicked off his boots "and they fell with a hollow sound on his coffin, which lay directly under".[41]
  • Patrick Geary - 18 June 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Timothy Beard at Carnes Hill
  • John Goff - 24 September 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for murder while attempting escape on Norfolk Island.
  • Edward Moore - 24 September 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for murder while attempting escape on Norfolk Island.
  • William Watson - 24 September 1827 - Hanged at Sydney for murder while attempting escape on Norfolk Island.
  • Black Tommy – 31 December 1827 – (sometimes called Jackey-Jackey) Wiradjuri man from Bathurst district, hanged at Sydney for the murder of Geoffrey Connell at Reedy Swamp, near Bathurst.
  • William Lee – 31 December 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing in the dwelling-house of John Coghill, and putting the inmates in bodily fear.
  • Jon Carrington – 31 December 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing in the dwelling-house of John Coghill, and putting the inmates in bodily fear.
  • James Charlton – 31 December 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing in the dwelling-house of John Coghill, and putting the inmates in bodily fear.[42][43]
  • William (or Michael) Pearce – 31 December 1827 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and robbery in the house of Francis Forbes at Liverpool.
1828[edit]
  • Charles Connor – 13 March 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of James Mackenzie at Windsor.
  • Lot McNamara – 17 March 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Janet Mackellar at Minto.
  • William Johnson – 24 March 1828 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for the murder of Morris Morgan at Moreton Bay.[44]
  • George Kilroy (Kildray, Gilroy, Kilray) – 24 March 1828 – An associate of Jack Donahue. Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of George Plomer on the Richmond Road.
  • William Smith – 24 March 1828 – An associate of Jack Donahue. Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of George Plomer on the Richmond road. On the first attempt the rope snapped and Smith fell to the ground. He was taken away until Kilroy and Johnson were declared dead and their corpses removed, then he was hanged again.[45]
  • William Regan – 5 May 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of James Davis in Castlereagh St.
  • John Timmins – 11 June 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery of Stephen Hunter at Cornwallis.
  • Thomas Ford – 11 June 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery of Stephen Hunter at Cornwallis.
  • John Curtis – 16 June 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the theft of a cow from the herd of William Wentworth, at Bringelly.
  • James (or Joseph) Johnson (also called Philip Macauley, Phillip Gawley) – 16 June 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery and assault of George Tills outside Liverpool.[46]
  • John Welsh – 20 October 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the robbery and attempted murder of George Barber at Picton.
  • Joseph Bradley – 20 October 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for forgery.
  • Patrick Troy – 20 October 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for forgery.
  • Patrick Kegney (sometimes Stegney) – 20 October 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and robbery.
  • Joseph (John) Spicer – 20 October 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and robbery.
  • John (James) Tomlins – 20 October 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and robbery.
  • James Henry – 20 October 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the theft of a cow at Stone Quarry Creek.
  • Samuel Clarke – 20 October 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the house of Stephen Hunter at Cornwallis.
  • Thomas Quigley – 20 October 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the house of Stephen Hunter at Cornwallis.
  • Alexander Browne – 22 December 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for sodomy with William Lyster on the whaler Royal Sovereign.
  • John Welch – 22 December 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery and the armed assault of Constable William Wade at Bong Bong. Welch was about sixteen at the time of his execution. "He cried bitterly".[47][48]
  • William Bayne – 22 December 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery and armed assault of Constable Wade at Bong Bong.
  • Thomas Whisken (or Wiscott) – 22 December 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the armed robbery of the home of James Hassall at Bathurst.
  • William Owens – 22 December 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the armed robbery of the home of James Hassall at Bathurst.
  • James Holmes – 22 December 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the armed robbery of the home of James Hassall at Bathurst.
  • John Iron – 22 December 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the robbery of John Browne at Botany.
  • Thomas Ryan – 29 December 1828 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of James McGrath just north of Richmond.
1829[edit]
  • Michael Green – 12 January 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Susannah Smith at Windsor.
  • John Payne (sometimes Paid) – 12 January 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and robbery from the house of Timothy Beard at Carnes Hill.
  • Edward Whelan – 12 January 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and robbery from the house of Timothy Beard at Carnes Hill.
  • George Skinner – 12 January 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Susannah Smith at Windsor.
  • John Price – 12 January 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Susannah Smith at Windsor.
  • Michael Lynch – 12 January 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Thomas Kendall at Pitt Town.
  • Florence (or Henry) Driscoll – 12 January 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Isaac Cornwall at Richmond.
  • Lot Molds – 12 January 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Thomas Kendall at Pitt Town.
  • William Riddell – 23 March 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Heley in the Muswellbrook district. Riddell apparently desired Heley's wife; Heley was found dismembered in a stump hole. Riddell was an atheist, republican, radical, autodidact.[49] He ran up the steps to the gallows, took snuff and said "I prefer death to living in chains and fetters in such a country as this".[50]
  • Charles White – 8 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Thomas Murphy at Luskintyre.
  • John Brunger (also called Brugan/Burgen) – 18 Apr 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of William Perfoot (also called Parfitt) at Moreton Bay.[51][52]
  • Thomas Matthews – 18 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Connolly, a fellow work-gang member, at Moreton Bay.
  • Thomas Allen – 18 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Connolly, a fellow work-gang member, at Moreton Bay.
  • Patrick Sullivan – 20 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Michael Condron at Moreton Bay.
  • William Bowen – 27 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the house of Leslie Duguid at Wallis Plains (East Maitland).
  • Peter Reilly – 27 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the house of Ellis Hall at Wallis Plains.
  • James Smart – 27 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the home of John Thomas at Wallis Plains.
  • James Gallagher – 27 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the house of John Thomas at Wallis Plains.
  • John Crowther – 27 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the house of John Thomas at Wallis Plains.
  • Thomas Slater – 27 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for assault on Betty Griffiths with a tomahawk in Cumberland St. Sydney.
  • William Yemms (Jems) – 27 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the government stores at Port Macquarie.
  • James Gardiner – 27 April 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the government stores at Port Macquarie.
  • William Davison – 4 May 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing cattle from James Laidley at Bathurst.
  • John Whelan – 4 May 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing cattle from James Laidley at Bathurst.
  • John Shorter – 4 May 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for stealing cattle from James Laidley at Bathurst.
  • George Smith – 4 May 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary in the Illawarra district.
  • John Allwright – 4 May 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary in the Illawarra district.
  • George McDonald – 4 May 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and putting in fear in the Illawarra district.
  • James Naughton – 25 May 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Elizabeth Watson. He was previously charged, with Edward Gorman, with murder in 1823.[36][53]
  • Timothy Murphy – 1 June 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the axe-murder of fellow-convict John Monaghan at Mt York while they were working on the road to Bathurst.
  • John Slack (alias York) – 22 June 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary at the house of Timothy Beard at Cabramatta.
  • George Groves – 8 July 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary of the house of Richard Brooks at Denham Court.
  • James McColville – 8 July 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary of the house of Richard Brooks at Denham Court.
  • John Salt – 8 July 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of Ben Crow in the Bargo Brush.
  • Richard Peacock – 8 July 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of Ben Crow in the Bargo Brush.
  • William Pitts – 8 July 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of Ben Crow in the Bargo Brush.
  • John Neilson – 8 July 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary at Windsor.
  • James Barnes – 13 July 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of Joshua Moore on the Liverpool Road.
  • Joseph Stephenson – 13 July 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of Joshua Moore on the Liverpool Road.
  • Daniel Grier – 28 September 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary.
  • Charles Penson (Tinson, Tinsal) – 28 September 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary
  • Joseph Parker – 28 September 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John "Kangaroo Jack" Hazeldine at Gibraltar Creek in the Cox's River district.
  • George Williams – 22 October 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for the highway robbery, assault and battery of William Hickey[54]
  • John Sly – 28 December 1829 – Hanged at Sydney for forgery[55]
1830[edit]
  • Thomas Finley – 11 January 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of overseer Edward Walsh at Bathurst.
  • Stephen Smith – 5 April 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for the axe-murder of fellow convict William Davis at Moreton Bay
  • John Hawes – 5 April 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for the axe-murder of fellow convict William Davis at Moreton Bay[56]
  • Henry Muggleton – 31 May 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Mark King at Moreton Bay
  • Daniel Kirwan (Curwen) – 7 June 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of a constable on the Windsor Road
  • John Martin – 7 June 1830 – Known as 'Jack the Drummer'. Hanged at Sydney for the rape of seven-year-old Eliza Deering in a yard off George Street
  • Michael Toole – 7 June 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and putting in fear at Pitt Water
  • Thomas McCormick – 21 June 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and putting the occupants in fear
  • Jack Field – 23 June 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of John Pike between Parramatta and Toongabbie
  • Henry O'Neil – 23 June 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of John Pike between Parramatta and Toongabbie
  • Harry Cade – 23 June 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of John Pike between Parramatta and Prospect. Cade was transported at the age of fourteen and executed after he turned sixteen
  • William Dalton – 28 June 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of John Ellison near Parramatta
  • William Coleman – 13 December 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for robbing his master Samuel Terry. Coleman stole money and buried it in a bottle in Terry's garden.

Parramatta[edit]

(Rose Hill was officially renamed Parramatta in June 1791)

  • George Mitton – 1788 – Hanged at Rose Hill (Parramatta) for robbery.[57]
  • William Harris – 28 October 1790 – Broke into a house in Rose Hill and assaulted one of the occupants, stole three pounds of beef and one pound of flour, a frock and a book. He was publicly hanged at Rose Hill.
  • Edward Wildblood – 28 October 1790 – A co-offender with the aforementioned William Harris, he was convicted of breaking into a house in Rose Hill, assaulting one of the occupants and stealing three pounds of beef and one pound of flour, a frock and a book. He was publicly hanged at Rose Hill.
  • James Derry – 19 September 1796 – Hanged at Parramatta for robbing the public stores.
  • Matthew McNally – 1 December 1796 – Hanged at Parramatta for robbing the public stores.[58]
  • Thomas Doyle – 1 December 1796 – Hanged at Parramatta for robbing the public stores.[58]
  • Simon Taylor – 20 May 1799 – Hanged at Parramatta for the murder of his wife Anne Taylor.
  • Richard Weston – May or June 1800 – Hanged at Parramatta for vagrancy and theft.
  • Charles Hill – 8 March 1804 – Freeman who participated in the Castle Hill Rebellion. Hanged at Parramatta
  • Samuel Humes/Hughes – 8 March 1804 – Convict, a principal and informant who participated in the Castle Hill Rebellion. Executed at Parramatta, then gibbeted.[59][60]
  • John Place – 8 March 1804 – Convict who participated in the Castle Hill Rebellion. Hanged at Parramatta.
  • Patrick McDermot – 19 May 1806 – Hanged at Parramatta for burglary from the house of Matthew Pearce at Seven Hills and theft of clothing items.
  • John Kenny – 24 January 1807 – Hanged and gibbetted at the scene of the crime in Parramatta for the murder of Mary Smith.
  • Michael Bagan – 20 June 1808 – Entered the house of Jane Codd near Parramatta, assaulted her and stole items from her home. Hanged at the Parramatta brickfields.
  • Felix Donnelly – 20 June 1808 – Entered the house of Jane Codd near Parramatta, assaulted her and stole items from her home. Hanged at the Parramatta brickfields.
  • John Dunn – 25 August 1811 – Hanged at Parramatta for the murder of Mary Rowe, his body was handed over to the medical officer at Parramatta General Hospital for dissection and anatomisation.
  • Pearce Conden – 24 March 1813 – Publicly hanged at the site of the crime in George St Parramatta for the murder of Joseph Sutton. Body handed over for dissection and anatomisation.
  • Thomas Mahony – 24 March 1813 – Publicly hanged at the site of the crime in George St Parramatta for the murder of Joseph Sutton. Body handed over for dissection and anatomisation.
  • Matthew Craven – 16 October 1826 – Publicly hanged outside Parramatta for 'divers robberies'.[61]
  • Thomas Cavanaugh – 16 October 1826 – Publicly hanged outside Parramatta for armed robberies.[62]
  • Thomas (John) Ashton – 2 December 1829 – Hanged at Parramatta for rape of ten-year-old Elizabeth Price.

Castle Hill[edit]

  • Patrick Gannon – 23 March 1803 – Hanged at Castle Hill for rape, attempted murder and robbery.
  • Francis Simpson – 23 March 1803 – Hanged along with Patrick Gannon at Castle Hill for robbery.
  • John Lynch – 27 September 1803 – Hanged at Castle Hill for the assault and robbery of Samuel Phelps at Hawkesbury.[63]
  • James Tracey – 27 September 1803 – Hanged at Castle Hill for the assault and robbery of Samuel Phelps at Hawkesbury.[63]
  • William Johnston – 9 March 1804 – Convict, a principal along with Phillip Cunningham in the Castle Hill Rebellion. Executed at Castle Hill, then gibbeted.
  • John Neal – 9 March 1804 – Convict who participated in the Castle Hill Rebellion. Hanged at the Government Farm, Castle Hill.
  • George Harrington – 9 March 1804 – Convict who participated in the Castle Hill Rebellion. Hanged at the Government Farm, Castle Hill.

Hawkesbury & Windsor[edit]

  • Thomas McLaughlane (the elder) – 7 October 1803 – Hanged at Hawkesbury, for robbery with violence at the house of John Palmer at Hawkesbury.[64]
  • Phillip Cunningham – 5 March 1804 – Convict, leader of the Castle Hill Rebellion. Summarily hanged on the steps of the government storehouse at Greenhills (present day Windsor).
  • James Davis – 19 June 1810 – Hanged at Portland Head (Hawkesbury) for burglary from the house of John Cox.
  • Thomas Begley – 31 August 1829 – Hanged at Windsor for burglary at Mulgoa.
  • Michael Rafter – 29 January 1830 – Hanged at Windsor for a litany of burglaries in the Portland Head district.
  • John Smith – 29 January 1830 – Hanged at Windsor for rape of his seven-year-old daughter.
  • John Tiernan – 25 August 1830 – Hanged at Windsor for highway robbery, horse theft and stealing. Aged seventeen, Tiernan objected to being interrupted in his prayers on the scaffold and wrestled the executioner over the edge of the platform.

Newcastle[edit]

  • John Pagan – 7 January 1820 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of James White.
  • William Smith – 7 January 1820 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of James White.

Burwood[edit]

  • Daniel Watkins – 16 October 1826 – Publicly hanged at Burwood for the armed robbery of Thomas Bartie Clay at Burwood.
  • Thomas Mustin (Muston) – 16 October 1826 – Publicly hanged at Burwood for robbery and putting in fear at the house of Richard Morgan on the Liverpool Road.
  • John Brown – 16 October 1826 – Publicly hanged at Burwood for robbery and putting in fear at the house of Richard Morgan on the Liverpool Road.

Bankstown[edit]

  • Patrick Sullivan – 18 October 1826 – Publicly hanged on gallows constructed in Bankstown ('Irish Town', now Bass Hill) for bushranging.
  • James Moran – 18 October 1826 – Publicly hanged on gallows constructed in Bankstown ('Irish Town', now Bass Hill) for bushranging.[65]

Campbelltown[edit]

  • John Holmes – 21 August 1829 – Hanged at Campbelltown for setting fire to a barn belonging to James Bean at Campbelltown.
  • Richard McCann – 6 February 1830 – Hanged at Campbelltown for theft, assault and putting in fear in the Goulburn district
  • Thomas Beasley - 8 February 1830 - Hanged at Campbelltown for burglary with assault in the Airds district
  • Joseph Moorbee (Mowerby, alias Nuttall) - 8 February 1830 - Hanged at Campbelltown for burglary with assault in the Airds district
  • Mark Byfield – 8 March 1830 – Hanged at Sydney for the theft of a silver watch[66]
  • Broger – 30 August 1830 – Indigenous. Publicly hanged at Campbelltown for the murder of John Rivett at Kangaroo Valley
  • Peter Dew (alias Saunders) – 31 August 1830 – Hanged at Campbelltown for burglary and putting in fear at Goulburn
  • William Haggerty – 31 August 1830 – Hanged at Campbelltown for cattle theft from Francis Lawless in the Liverpool district
  • John Spellary – 31 August 1830 – Hanged at Campbelltown for cattle theft from Francis Lawless in the Liverpool district
  • James Welsh – 31 August 1830 – Hanged at Campbelltown for burglary from the house of David Reece at Burra Burra, near Taralga.

Maitland[edit]

  • Michael Brown – 1 September 1829 – Hanged at Maitland for burglary and putting in fear at the house of William Forsyth.
  • Patrick Corcoran – 1 September 1829 – Hanged at Maitland for burglary and putting in fear at the house of William Forsyth.
  • Andrew Cullen – 1 September 1829 – Hanged at Maitland for burglary and putting in fear at the house of William Forsyth.
  • Richard Turnstyle – 1 September 1829 – Hanged at Maitland for burglary and putting in fear at the house of William Forsyth.
  • William Chandler – 1 September 1829 – Hanged at Maitland for horse theft from Peter Cunningham at Merton (near Denman).

Liverpool[edit]

  • Jean Herman Maas – 1 September 1830 – Hanged at Liverpool for forgery.
  • James McGibbon – 1 September 1830 – Hanged at Liverpool for forgery.

Bathurst[edit]

  • Ralph Entwistle ("The Ribbon Gang") – 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of John Greenwood near present-day Georges Plains, bushranging and horse theft
  • Thomas Dunne ("The Ribbon Gang")- 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of John Greenwood, bushranging and horse theft
  • Dominic Daley ("The Ribbon Gang") – 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for plundering houses, bushranging and horse theft
  • James Driver ("The Ribbon Gang") – 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for plundering houses, bushranging and horse theft
  • William Gahan ("The Ribbon Gang") – 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of John Greenwood, bushranging and horse theft
  • Patrick Gleeson ("The Ribbon Gang") – 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of John Greenwood, bushranging and horse theft
  • Michael Kearney ("The Ribbon Gang")- 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of John Greenwood, bushranging and horse theft
  • John Kenny ("The Ribbon Gang") – 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for plundering houses, bushranging and horse theft
  • John Shepherd ("The Ribbon Gang") – 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of John Greenwood, bushranging and horse theft
  • Robert Webster ("The Ribbon Gang") – 2 November 1830 – Hanged at Bathurst for plundering houses, bushranging and horse theft.[67]

1831[edit]

  • William Bubb – 10 January 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Adam Oliver at Norfolk Island.
  • John Cook – 10 January 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Adam Oliver at Norfolk Island.
  • James Murphy – 10 January 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Adam Oliver at Norfolk Island
  • John Mason - 15 January 1831 - Hanged at Sydney for armed robberies at Kingdon Ponds (near Scone) and Liverpool Plains
  • Edward Bowen – 15 January 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and putting in fear in the house of John Town, Upper Hunter (Goulburn River).
  • Hugh Duffy – 15 January 1831 – Hanged for burglary and putting in fear at the house of John Town.
  • Patrick Feeney – 15 January 1831 – Hanged for burglary and putting in fear at the house of John Town.
  • Lawrence Moore – 11 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for burglary and putting in fear, at the farm of Gregory Blaxland at Wollongong
  • Thomas Kite – 11 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for burglary and putting in fear, at the farm of Gregory Blaxland at Wollongong
  • Dennis Kelly – 11 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for burglary and putting in fear, at the farm of Gregory Blaxland at Wollongong
  • Anthony Connor – 11 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for burglary and putting in fear, at the farm of Gregory Blaxland at Wollongong.[68]
  • David O'Hara – 11 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for burglary and putting in fear at the house of James Raymond.
  • Thomas Woolley – 11 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for burglary and putting in fear at the house of James Raymond.[68]
  • John Welch – 11 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for attempted murder at Norfolk Island.[68]
  • Joseph Crampton – 11 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for highway robbery with violence of George Cubitt at Parramatta.[68]
  • Charles McManus – 18 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for the attempted murder of John Norman at Moreton Bay.[69]
  • John Thomas – 18 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for cattle stealing in the Menangle Park area.
  • James Ready – 18 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary at Annandale.
  • William Webber – 18 July 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the road from South Creek to Parramatta.
  • John Roberts – 5 September 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of James McIlroy (James Michael Roy) at Patterson's Plains. Roberts was Welsh and spoke little English. His corpse was sent for dissection but the remains were crudely discarded and were found scattered in the Domain.[70][71]
  • John Leadbeater (alias Onions) – 23 September 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Maxwell at Patterson's Plains.
  • Thomas Lucas – 23 September 1831 – Hanged for the murder of Constable Robert "Long Bob" Watersworth in the West Pennant Hills area.
  • David Pegg – 26 September 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and putting in fear in the Hunter Valley.
  • Richard Anscombe – 26 September 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and putting in fear in the Hunter Valley.[72]
  • Hugh Carberry – 26 September 1831 – Hanged at Sydney for theft of a horse and cattle.
Skeleton and chains used to gibbet a man (William Mooney or John White) convicted of murder and hung at Goulburn in 1831 (Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales)
  • William Mooney – 16 November 1831 – Publicly hanged on the outskirts of Goulburn for the murder of his overseer Maurice Roach near Crookwell. Body hung in gibbet until ordered buried by Governor Bourne in 1833.
  • John White – 16 November 1831 – Publicly hanged on the outskirts of Goulburn for the murder of his overseer Maurice Roach near Crookwell. Body hung in gibbet until ordered buried by Governor Bourne in 1833.
  • Edward Slingsby – 21 November 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for the murder of William Payne at Dunn's Plains, outside Rockley.[73]
  • Michael Lynch – 21 November 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for aiding and abetting the murder of William Payne.
  • Denis O'Brien – 21 November 1831 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for aiding and abetting the murder of William Payne.

1832 to 1833[edit]

  • Charles Smithwick – 27 February 1832 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of George Miller at Razorback.
  • Patrick McGuire – 5 March 1832 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of fellow convict Matthew Gallagher at Moreton Bay.[74]
  • Thomas Wood (alias Carberry) – 8 March 1832 – Hanged for highway robbery outside Parramatta.
  • Patrick Burke – 14 March 1832 – Bushranger. Publicly hanged at the scene of his crime for highway robbery at Appin.[75]
  • Thomas Brennan – 6 April 1832 – Shot by military firing squad at Dawes Battery, Sydney. A private soldier of His Majesty's 39th Regiment of Foot, Brennan had fired at his sergeant with the intent of killing him.
  • John Hammell – 7 May 1832 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his overseer George Williamson with a spade at Grose Farm (today Sydney University).
  • John Fitzsimmons – 14 June 1832 – Hanged at Sydney for arson. (Fitzsimmons set ablaze a stack of wheat at Penrith).[76]
  • John Troy – 18 August 1832 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery and burglary at Canterbury.
  • Thomas Smith – 18 August 1832 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery and burglary at Canterbury.
  • Edward Kennedy – 23 August 1832 – Hanged at Sydney for divers highway robberies at Parramatta and Cabramatta.
  • Edward Fordham – 5 November 1832 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Thomas Bradford at Lower Minto.
  • Russell Crawford – 8 December 1832 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of George Suttor on the Windsor Road.
  • James Lockhard – 4 February 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Murdoch Campbell in the Narellan area.
  • Patrick Brady – 11 February 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Daniel Stewart at Webb's Creek, Windsor.
  • John Walsh – 11 February 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Henry Kenyon at Bathurst.
  • James Dwyer – 11 February 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Henry Dawkins at Bathurst.
  • John Bowen – 7 March 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and putting in fear at Inverary.
  • Joseph Coleman – 18 March 1833 – Hanged at Old Banks, Paterson Plains for the attempted murder of Edward Cory.
  • William Carney – 20 May 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Michael Keith at Penrith.
  • William Jones – 23 May 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Liverpool Road.
  • Robert Mullins – 23 May 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Liverpool Road.
  • Patrick Neagle (Nangle, Naigle)– 23 May 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Liverpool Road
  • Edward Green – 27 May 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Edward Edwards at a shop in Pitt St.
  • Richard Long – 11 July 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Dog Trap Road.
  • Henry Cook – 11 July 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Dog Trap Road.
  • John Richardson – 5 August 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at Maitland.
  • Henry Beard – 5 August 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at Maitland.
  • William Johnstone – 6 August 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at Prospect Hill.
  • Joseph Clifford – 6 August 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at Prospect Hill.
  • Terence Byrne – 12 August 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Ann Davis at Lane Cove.
  • Edward Giles – 12 September 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery at Sutton Forest.
  • Jonathan Jones – 12 September 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery of an elderly lady, Mary Larkin, of silver, handkerchiefs and jewellery on the Liverpool Road.
  • John ("Flash Kiddy") Elliott – 12 September 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery of a butcher named Mason in Liverpool St.
  • George Giddons – 28 November 1833 – Hanged for attempted murder of Thomas Millbourne at Port Macquarie.
  • Anthony Hitchcock ("Castle Forbes Gang") – 21 December 1833 – Hanged at Castle Forbes for shooting with intent to kill John Larnach at Patrick's Plains, Hunter Valley.
  • John Poole ("Castle Forbes Gang") – 21 December 1833 – Hanged at Castle Forbes for shooting with intent to kill John Larnach at Patrick's Plains, Hunter Valley.
  • James Riley ("Castle Forbes Gang") – 21 December 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for shooting with intent to kill John Larnach
  • John Perry ("Castle Forbes Gang") – 21 December 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for shooting with intent to kill John Larnach
  • James Ryan ("Castle Forbes Gang") – 21 December 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for shooting with intent to kill John Larnach.[77]
  • Michael Kearns – 21 December 1833 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery and assault on the person of James Podman at Bathurst.[78]

1834[edit]

  • Bryant Kyne – 13 January 1834 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of James Gavarin (Gevan, Gavan, Gavanagh, Govarin) at the Balmain residence of the solicitor-general, John Plunkett.
  • Patrick Gallagher – 23 January 1834 – Hanged at Sydney for the rape of Ellen Walsh in the vicinity of St Mary's Rd, Domain.
  • William Elliott - 6 March 1834 - Hanged at Sydney for attempted murder of police corporal James McNally on Parramatta Road near Concord.[79]
  • William Gills - 6 March 1834 - Hanged at Sydney for the attempted murder of Donald McIntyre at Invermein, near Scone.[79]
  • William "Blue Stockings" Johnson - 6 March 1834 - Hanged at Sydney for the armed robbery of David Ramsay at Fish River in the Bathurst district.[79]
  • John Elliott - 14 March 1834 - Hanged at Sydney for the rape of Frances Cunningham at Sutton Forest
  • Michael Carey – 19 May 1834 – Hanged at Sydney for sexual assault on ten-year-old Michael Minton (son of Michael Minton, murdered in the Richmond district in 1824) on the Parramatta Rd. Minton and his younger friend (who was witness to the crime) were ordered by the magistrate to attend the hanging.[80]
  • William Chapman - 18 August 1834 - Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Samuel Chapman (alias Priest) at Snails Bay in 1831
  • Henry Mills - 18 August 1834 - Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Samuel Chapman (alias Priest) at Snails Bay in 1831
  • Thomas Tattersdale – 10 November 1834 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Dr Robert Wardell in the Marrickville-Petersham area.
  • John Jenkins – 19 November 1834 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Dr Robert Wardell.
  • Michael Gallagher – 11 December 1834 – Hanged at Sydney for attempted murder of John Hinton in the Bargo Brush.
  • John Edwards – 11 December 1834 – Hanged at Sydney for attempted murder of Corporal John Cock of the Mounted Police in the Lake Bathurst area.
  • John Walton – 11 December 1834 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the attempted murder of Corporal Cock.

1835[edit]

  • Edward McManus – 9 February 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of sly-grog providore Alice Cooper (Bunton) at Emu Plains.[81]
  • William Weatherwick – 13 February 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Smith on the North Shore.[82]
  • William Phineas Bowles – 16 February 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his wife Sarah in Bathurst St.
  • Charles Norford – 20 February 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the attempted murder of Patrick Lynch. Norford was shaving Lynch when he suddenly cut his throat.
  • Mickey Mickey – 28 February 1835 – Indigenous. Hanged at Sydney for the rape of Margaret Hanswall at Watagan.
  • John McCarthy – 4 May 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Constable Duncan Kennedy near Carcoar.[83]
  • Patrick Kilmartin – 11 May 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of James Hamilton on the Botany Road.
  • Henry Barlow – 26 May 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the highway robbery of Captain Clarke and Edye Manning on the Liverpool Road at Punchbowl.
  • John Carter – 26 May 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the highway robbery of Captain Clarke and Edye Manning on the Liverpool Road at Punchbowl.
  • John Bryant – 26 May 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the highway robbery of Captain Clarke and Edye Manning on the Liverpool Road at Punchbowl.
  • James Barton – 26 May 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery on the Liverpool coach at Penrith.
  • William Scannell (alias Daniel Hughes) – 26 May 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the highway robbery of Captain Clarke and Edye Manning on the Liverpool Road at Punchbowl.
  • John Molloy – 2 June 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery and assault of Alexander Paine.
  • John Stocking – 2 June 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery and assault of Alexander Paine.
  • Lawrence Whelahan – 2 June 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for assault on Mary Kelly at Canterbury.
  • Joseph Keys – 2 June 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the attempted murder of Charles Fisher Shepherd at Long Flats, Monaro.
  • James Masterman – 5 June 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at Ultimo (Stonemason's Arms).
  • William Salter (Sawder, Solder) – 5 June 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at Ultimo.
  • James Thompson – 5 June 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at Ultimo.
  • James Green – 5 June 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for shooting at Constable James Brown in the Braidwood district.
  • John Gould (Joseph Gold) – 24 August 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his wife at Bar Point. "One of the children of this unfortunate man was carried on the shoulders of a spectator, to witness the dying struggles of his parent."[84]
  • Charley – 4 September 1835 – Gringai man, actual name not recorded. Hanged at Dungog for his involvement in the murder of five white settlers at Rawdon Vale as part of the frontier conflict in the Barrington River district ("The Mackenzie Murders"). In Charley's case, he was named specifically for being responsible for the death of Fred Simmons.[85]
  • George Bagley – 15 September 1835 – Hanged at Newcastle for the attempted murder of Hugh McIntyre near Maitland.
  • Patrick Cassidy – 15 September 1835 – Hanged at Newcastle for the attempted murder of Hugh McIntyre near Maitland.
  • William O'Neill – 15 September 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary and robbery.
  • Thomas Solder – 15 September 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary.
  • Hugh Caffey – 15 September 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary.
  • Peter Doyle – 15 September 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the assault and robbery of William Akers outside Bathurst.
  • Martin Byrne – 15 September 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the assault and robbery of William Akers outside Bathurst.
  • William Jeffries – 9 November 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Richard Somerville at Port Macquarie.
  • Richard Bayliss – 8 December 1835 – Hanged for burglary at sundry houses at Field of Mars and elsewhere.
  • John Williams – 8 December 1835 – Hanged for burglary at sundry houses at Field of Mars and elsewhere.
  • Thomas Connolly – 8 December 1835 – Hanged for burglary at sundry houses at Field of Mars and elsewhere.
  • John Maher – 8 December 1835 – Hanged at Sydney for the attempted murder of Peter Robinson at Maitland.

1836[edit]

  • Thomas Arundell – 8 February 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Margaret Fitzpatrick at Lewis Ponds, near Bathurst.
  • Edward Jones – 8 February 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Margaret Fitzpatrick at Lewis Ponds, near Bathurst.
  • William Doyle – 8 February 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Molloy near Mount York.
  • William Baker – 8 February 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his wife Mary at Penrith.
  • Robert Duffy – 15 February 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the stabbing murder of his wife Mary Duffy in Phillip St.
  • John Whitehead – 4 March 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at Lane Cove.
  • John Hare – 4 March 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the attempted murder of Major William Elrington at Bathurst.
  • John Treish (Frisk, Fish, Trish, Frish) – 4 March 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery at Lane Cove.
  • John Smith – 4 March 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary in the Hunter Valley.
  • William Kitchen – 9 May 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his wife Ann in Harrington St.
  • John Wales (also called Watt) - 10 May 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the assault and putting in bodily fear of Constable Daniel Riley near Bong Bong.
  • Timothy Pickering – 10 May 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the assault and putting in bodily fear of Daniel Riley near Bong Bong.
  • Joseph Free – 11 May 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Edward Brown at Invermein.
  • James Tobin – 16 May 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Patrick Fox at Marks' Farm, Illawarra.
  • Michael Maloney – 17 June 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Richard Hamlyn at Goulburn.
  • James Hare – 17 June 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Richard Hamlyn at Goulburn.
  • Terence Lavell – 21 June 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Honora Davey at Williams River.
  • James Sproule (alias Fraser) – 21 June 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for burglary from the house of Honora Davey at Williams River.
  • John Gore – 10 August 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of Thomas Wood at Cassilis.
  • William Walker – 10 August 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Thomas Wood at Cassilis.
  • John Gregg – 2 September 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery in the Penrith district.
  • James Smith – 14 November 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Jack Haydon between Marulan & Bungonia. Smith was the first non-Indigenous Australian-born person to be executed.[86]
  • Thomas (or James) Walker - 18 November 1836 - Hanged for murder of fellow bushranger John Poole in the Hunter Valley.[87][88]
  • John Mead – 29 November 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the rape and sodomy of Julius Rudder, aged ten, on the Old Botany Road.
  • William (or James or Thomas) Cook – 29 November 1836 – Hanged at Sydney for the rape of Alice Kent in the Upper Hunter Valley.

1837 to 1838[edit]

  • Andrew Gillies – 15 February 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of James Kelly near Yass.
  • George Capsey – 7 March 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for the robbery and assault of Henry Jarvis near Berrima.
  • John Jones – 8 May 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Private Thomas O'Brien, a soldier of the 50th Regiment, on the highway outside Berrima.
  • John Cooper – 9 June 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for attempted murder on Dominic Gannon at Port Macquarie.
  • William Taylor – 9 June 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for aggravated highway robbery of Mr Thomas Hyacinth Macquoid on the road between Berrima and Mittagong.
  • Michael Cagney (or Cogner) – 1 September 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Edward Hughes at Maitland.
  • Louis Williams – 1 September 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John McCormick at the Gwydir River.
  • Philip Hennessy – 5 September 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of Alexander Hamilton in the Hunter Valley.
  • Dennis Broslughan (sometimes Brossley) – 5 September 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for highway robbery of Alexander Hamilton in the Hunter Valley.
  • John Cary Willis – 8 December 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Dennis Maloney at Port Macquarie.
  • Edward Doyle – 8 December 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery and putting in fear at the house of James Wright, Bay of Islands, New Zealand.
  • George Woolf – 8 December 1837 – Hanged at Sydney for shooting and wounding with intent to kill Patrick Sheedy, a police corporal who was attempting to arrest him at Bathurst.
  • William Moore – 22 February 1838 – Publicly hanged in High St, Maitland for the murder of his master John Hoskyns.[89]
  • Patrick Cuffy – 20 March 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery and assault on William Vivers at Bureen.
  • John Toole – 20 March 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery and assault on William Vivers at Bureen.
  • Edward Tufts – 29 April 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Jones at Taree.
  • George Comerford – 30 May 1838 – Bushranger. Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Constable Matthew Thompkins at Deep Creek, near Eganstown in the Port Phillip District. Comerford had murdered (or been involved in the murder of) at least seven men.[90]
  • Bryant Flannigan – 15 June 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Nagle, "Big Mary" Nagle and Patrick Riley at Bunbejong, near Mudgee.
  • Daniel Maloney – 15 June 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Thomas Mahoney at Hassan's Walls.
  • Dennis Haberlin (Haverden) – 15 June 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery at the house of John and Sarah Rawles and the attempted rape of Sarah Rawles, at Woodford Bay, Longueville.
  • Thomas Ribbands – 15 June 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for putting in fear and burglary from the house of Ann Jones, at Taree. Ann's husband John had been stabbed to death by one of their servants, Edward Tufts, earlier that year.
  • William Wilkins – 4 September 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for assault and robbery of Thomas Humphries near Maitland.
  • William Worthington ("Bumblefoot") – 4 September 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for the axe murder of Jack Swan at Port Macquarie.[91]
  • William Hawkins – 18 December 1838 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for his part in the Myall Creek Massacre.[92]
  • John Johnson – 18 December 1838 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for his part in the Myall Creek Massacre.
  • Edward Foley – 18 December 1838 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for his part in the Myall Creek Massacre.
  • Jim Oates – 18 December 1838 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for his part in the Myall Creek Massacre.
  • James Parry – 18 December 1838 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for his part in the Myall Creek Massacre.
  • Charlie Kilmeister – 18 December 1838 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for his part in the Myall Creek Massacre.
  • John Russell – 18 December 1838 – Hanged at Sydney Gaol for his part in the Myall Creek Massacre.
  • William Price – 21 December 1838 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John "My Lord" Dunn in Sorrell Street Parramatta. The victim was well known in the district at the time; he was seventy years old, a convict who had been in the colony thirty years, "very deformed" and less than a metre tall.[93][94]

1839[edit]

  • Timothy O'Donnell – 7 June 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Alexander McEdwards at Mt Campbell.
  • Michael Walsh – 7 June 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Alexander McEdwards at Mt Campbell.
  • Edward Hall – 7 June 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Patrick Fitzpatrick at Currawang.
  • James Mayne – 7 June 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Patrick Fitzpatrick at Currawang
  • James Magee – 7 June 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his wife Catherine at Cowpastures (Camden)
  • Thomas Sumner – 23 June 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery with violence at the house of William Woods and rape of Ann Amlin at King's Plains (Blayney)
  • George Cooke – 23 June 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery with violence at the house of William Woods and rape of Ann Amlin at King's Plains (Blayney)
  • Ryder Gorman – 23 June 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery with violence at the house of William Woods and rape of Ann Amlin at King's Plains (Blayney)
  • Dennis Dacey – 23 June 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for robbery with violence at the house of William Woods and rape of Ann Amlin at King's Plains (Blayney)[95]
  • Thomas Finney – 20 August 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his wife Elizabeth at Cockfighter's Creek (Wollombi)
  • Patrick Quilken – 6 September 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of William MacLaren at Barrington Tops
  • William Morris – 26 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for murder of Thomas Renton at the Bargon River
  • Peter Scullion (Scallyen) – 26 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the robbery and murder of Andrew Shanley at Sutton Forest
  • Joseph Saunders – 26 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of Andrew Shanley
  • George Carey – 26 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for having stolen property in possession and abetting the murder of Shanley
  • George (John) Gorman – 26 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Ann Daly at Maitland
  • James Davies – 29 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of James Maher at Black Creek (Branxton)
  • Alexander Telford – 29 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of James Maher
  • Archibald Taylor – 29 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding and abetting the murder of James Maher
  • Llewellyn Powell – 29 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Abraham Meares near Gilgandra
  • James Lynch – 29 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding & abetting the Meares murder
  • Charles Clipp – 29 November 1839 – Hanged at Sydney for aiding & abetting the Meares murder.

1840s[edit]

  • John (or James) Hunt ("The Doctor") – 10 March 1840 – Hanged at Sydney for murder of Dan McCarthy at Regentville
  • Thomas Whitton – 19 March 1840 – Publicly hanged at Goulburn for the murder of John Hawker and arson at Oak Park, Crookwell. Whitton had earlier murdered John Kennedy Hume, brother of the explorer Hamilton Hume
  • William Newman – 8 December 1840 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Harry Hodgson at Rosemount station, Patrick's Plains (Singleton).[96]
  • James Martin – 8 December 1840 – Bushranger. Hanged at Sydney for the murder of Jack Johnston at Gammon Plains
  • James Mason – 8 December 1840 – Bushranger. Hanged at Sydney for being an accessory to the murder of Jack Johnston
  • Michael Monaghan (sometimes recorded as Hinnigan, Minighan) – 11 December 1840 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his overseer Robert Archer at Glendon
  • Enoch Bradley – 11 December 1840 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of George Woodman at Yass
  • John Francis Legge – 11 December 1840 – Hanged at Sydney for the rape of Sarah Brooks, his wife's four-year-old child
  • John Shea ("Jew Boy Gang") – 16 March 1841 – Hanged at Sydney for the murder of John Graham at Scone
  • Edward Davis ("Teddy the Jew Boy") – 16 March 1841 – Hanged at Sydney for his role in the murder of John Graham. The "Jew Boy" Gang terrorised the Hunter River district with numerous robberies and murders.
  • Robert Chitty ("Jew Boy Gang") – 16 March 1841 – Hanged at Sydney for his role in the murder of John Graham
  • James Everett ("Jew Boy Gang") – 16 March 1841 – Hanged at Sydney for his role in the murder of John Graham
  • John Marshall ("Jew Boy Gang") – 16 March 1841 – Hanged at Sydney for his role in the murder of John Graham
  • James Bryant ("Jew Boy Gang") – 16 March 1841 – Hanged at Sydney for his role in the murder of John Graham
  • Richard Glanville ("Jew Boy Gang") – 16 March 1841 – Hanged at Sydney for his role in the murder of John Graham
  • Michael Bradley – 5 April 1841 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of Catherine Harrison near Morpeth
  • Charles Cannon – 25 May 1841 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Robert Bulmer at Cherry Tree Hill, near Carcoar
  • Michael Lynch – 4 June 1841 – Hanged for murder of Matthew Sullivan near Jamberoo. Lynch is assumed to be the last person hanged on the gallows at the Old Sydney Gaol, George Street
  • Patrick Curran – 21 October 1841 – Bushranger. Hanged at Berrima for attempted murder of constable Patrick McGuire at the Black Range, Molonglo, and rape of Mary Wilsmore at Bungendore[97]
  • Robert Hudson – 29 October 1841 – Publicly hanged outside Darlinghurst Gaol for murdering fellow convict Dean West at the hospital, Macquarie St
  • George Stroud (Stroode) – 29 October 1841 – Publicly hanged outside Darlinghurst Gaol for murdering his wife Sarah at Concord. Stroud and Hudson were the first men executed at Darlinghurst Gaol
  • Thomas Horner – 5 April 1842 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of his overseer James Stone near Shannon Vale. Stone was the former wrestler known as "Little Elephant"[98][99]
  • Patrick Kleighran (Clearehan, Clerehan, Clearham) – 22 April 1842 – Hanged at Berrima for the murder of Timothy Murphy on the Murrumbidgee.
  • John Lynch (alias Dunleavy) – 22 April 1842 – Hanged at Berrima for the murder of Kearns Landregan near the Ironstone Bridge on the edge of Berrima. Confessed to ten murders.
  • John Walsh – 3 May 1842 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Catherine Collitt at Mt Victoria.
  • Henry Sears (Seen) – 8 November 1842 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for piracy and assault with intent to murder, off Norfolk Island.
  • John Jones – 8 November 1842 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for piracy and assault with intent to murder, off Norfolk Island.
  • Nicholas Lewis – 8 November 1842 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for piracy and assault with intent to murder, off Norfolk Island.
  • George Beavers – 8 November 1842 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for piracy and assault with intent to murder, off Norfolk Island.
  • Stephen Brennan – 9 November 1842 – Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of Pat Lynch on Norfolk Island.
  • George Wilson – 24 April 1843 – Hanged at Newcastle for the malicious wounding of Francis Bigge at the Peel River.
  • Thomas Forrester ("Long Tom") – 24 April 1843 – Hanged at Newcastle for aiding and abetting the malicious wounding of Francis Bigge at the Peel River.
  • Matthew Whittle – 2 May 1843 – Bushranger. Hanged at Bathurst for the attempted murder of Patrick Grady near Oberon.
  • Benjamin Harris – 17 October 1843 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of Constable John Rutledge near Denman.
  • Lucretia Dunkley – 22 October 1843 – Hanged at Berrima Gaol for the murder of her husband Henry Dunkley near Gunning.
  • Martin Beech – 22 October 1843 – Hanged at Berrima Gaol for the murder of Henry Dunkley near Gunning.
  • Therramitchie – 24 October 1843 – Indigenous. Confessed to at least two murders. Publicly hanged at Port Macquarie for the murder of John Pocock.
  • Harry – 8 November 1843 – Indigenous. Hanged at Maitland Gaol for the murder of a baby named Michael Keoghue near Glendon.
  • Melville – 8 November 1843 – Indigenous. Hanged at Maitland for the murder of a baby named Michael Keoghue near Glendon.
  • John Knatchbull – 13 February 1844 – Former Royal Navy captain, publicly hanged in front of Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of shopkeeper Ellen Jamieson with a tomahawk in Margaret Street.
  • Joseph Vale – 17 April 1844 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of John Thornton near Mulbring.
  • Mary Thornton – 17 April 1844 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of her husband John Thornton near Mulbring.
  • Frederick (or Abraham) Gasten (or Gaston) – 31 October 1844 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Elizabeth Price near Kanimbla.
  • George Vigors – 13 August 1844 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of James Noble in Clarence St.
  • Thomas Burdett – 13 August 1844 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of James Noble in Clarence St.
  • Henry Atkins – 8 October 1844 – Hanged at Berrima for the murder of John Daly near Tumut.
  • Benjamin Stanley – 7 November 1844 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of Robert Campbell at Williams River.
  • John Vidall – 7 February 1845 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Thomas Warne in George St.
  • John Ahern – 12 August 1845 – Publicly hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of his niece Mary-Anne Clark in the area that subsequently became Railway Square.
  • James Fitzpatrick – 24 October 1845 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of Peter McCormick, a fellow-convict at the Newcastle Stockade.
  • William Shea – 17 April 1846 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of Andrew Menzies at Hillsborough.
  • John Kean (Liddell) – 30 April 1847 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Ellen Hyndes near Campbelltown.
  • Peter Pigeon – 4 November 1847 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of William "Coachey" Taylor at Morpeth.[100]
  • William Fyfe (Foyle in Prison Records) – 4 July 1848 – Publicly hanged at Darlinghurst for murder of Robert Cox at Kangaroo Point, Moreton Bay.
  • Francis Dermott (or Diamond or Durham) – 22 September 1848 – African-American. Hanged at Darlinghurst for the rape of Mary Green on the Shoalhaven.
  • Patrick Bryan – 1 November 1848 – Hanged at Newcastle for the murder of Eliza Neilson at Clarence Town.[101]
  • Charles Henry Mackie – 10 November 1848 – Hanged at Bathurst for the rape of a nine-year-old girl.[102]
  • George Waters Ward – 19 March 1849 – Hanged at Maitland for the murder of Richard Connolly (or King) at Muswellbrook.
  • James Richardson – 7 May 1849 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of his wife Elizabeth Richardson at Campbelltown. He had also murdered Elizabeth's daughter and nine-month-old grandchild and attempted to murder a four-year-old grandchild.
  • Owen Molloy – 18 September 1849 – Publicly hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of John Leonard at Moreton Bay.[103]
  • Patrick Walsh – 2 November 1849 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Benjamin Fox on the Turon River.

1850s[edit]

  • Mogo Gar – 5 November 1850 – Bundjalung man, hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Daniel Page at the Bellinger River.[104]
  • James Whelan – 5 November 1850 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Catherine Byrnes near Kent St.
  • William Hayes – 26 April 1851 – Hanged at Maitland Gaol for the murder of Benjamin Cott near present-day Gillieston.
  • Michael Collihane (alias "Mickey Bad-English") - 8 October 1851 – Publicly hanged at Maitland for the rape of Anne Milsom at Aberdeen
  • Patrick McNamara – 29 March 1852 – Hanged at Maitland for the murder of his wife Rose McNamara at Aberglasslyn.
  • Thomas Wilmore – 14 April 1852 – Hanged at Goulburn Gaol for the murder of Phillip Alger in the Wellington District.
  • Francis Thomas Green – 21 September 1852 – Publicly hanged outside Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of John Jones at Buckley's Creek. This was the last public hanging in NSW.
  • Timothy Sullivan – 30 September 1852 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Daniel Harrington at King's Plains, near Carcoar. This execution was badly botched.[105]
  • John Newing – 30 September 1852 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Hing, another Chinese man, on 17 October 1851, at Brown's Station on the Castlereagh[106]
  • Paddy – 8 April 1853 – Wiradjuri man, hanged at Bathurst for the rape of Catherine Schmidt at Oakey Creek in the Mudgee district.
  • Patrick McCarthy – 8 April 1853 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Henry Williamson at Bookimbla.
  • Billy Palmer – 9 May 1854 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Jane Bradley near Obley.
  • James McLaughlan – 9 May 1854 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Sarah Atkins at Kikiamah, near Grenfell.
  • James Talbot – 30 May 1854 – Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of James Barry at Kangaloola Creek, near Yass.
  • Daniel Gardiner – 4 April 1854 – Hanged at Maitland for the murder of his wife Catherine at Rocky River.
  • Christopher Walsh – 28 September 1854 – Hanged at Maitland for the murder of his wife Mary Walsh at Lidney Park, near Millers Forest.[107]
  • William Ryan – 28 February 1855 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of his wife Catherine near the corner of Hay and Castlereagh Sts.[108]
  • William Rodgers – 5 July 1855 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Joseph Allsopp at Baulkham Hills.
  • Samuel Wilcox – 5 July 1855 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Johanna Smith in Liverpool St, Sydney.[109]
  • Mary-Ann Brownlow −11 November 1855 – Hanged at Goulburn Gaol for the murder of her husband George Moore Brownlow at Gundaroo.
  • Henry Curran – 12 May 1857 – Hanged at Bathurst for the rape and violent assault of Bridget Watkins at Dirty Swamp (Locksley).
  • Addison Mitchell – 12 May 1857 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of William Ablett between Carcoar and Cowra.
  • Patrick Walsh – 4 November 1857 – Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of William Graham at Balranald.
  • James Moyes – 7 September 1858 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of William Alden on board the Oliver Jordan, berthed at Sydney.[110]
  • John Arrow – 11 May 1859 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Catherine Leary at Summer Hill Creek, Orange.
  • Thomas Ryan (alias William Martin) – 11 May 1859 – Hanged at Bathurst for the rape of Leah England in the Wellington Valley.
  • Harry – 18 May 1859 – Indigenous. Hanged at Goulburn for the rape and attempted murder of fifteen-year-old Margaret McMahon at Coolamatong near Berridale.
  • John Norris – 22 July 1859 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the rape of six-year-old Harriet Curren near Prospect.
  • Robert Davis – 3 November 1859 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Roger Flood (or Robert Quinn) at Dubbo.
  • William Ross – 22 November 1859 – Hanged at Maitland for the murder of Jack Hamilton at Walcha.
  • Jemmy – 22 November 1859 – Hanged at Maitland for the murder of Sam Pong at Gunnedah.

1860s[edit]

  • John Jones – 26 April 1860 – Hanged at Maitland for the murder of Rebecca Bailey outside Maitland.
  • Jim Crow – 26 April 1860 – Indigenous. Hanged at Maitland for the rape of Jane Delantry at Thalaba, outside Dungog.
  • Ellen Monks – 8 May 1860 – Hanged at Goulburn for the hammer murder of her husband Thomas Monks at Longnose Creek, near Crookwell.
  • Frederick Clarke – 8 May 1860 – Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of Walter Angel in the Moppity Range, near Murringo.
  • William Goodson – 16 May 1860 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of his wife Mary Goodson at Kissing Point.
  • Black Harry (also called Sippey Shippy, Sippy, Sheepy, Lippy) – 6 November 1861 – Indigenous. Hanged at Maitland for the murder of Mary Mills at Hall's Creek, near Merriwa.
  • William Johnson (Baldwin) – 3 December 1861 – Hanged at Goulburn for the rape of Alice Hutchings at Rossiville, outside Goulburn.
  • Jackey Bullfrog (alias "Flash Jack") – 25 April 1862 – Indigenous. Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of William Clark near Condobolin.[111]
  • John Peisley – 25 April 1862 – Bushranger. Hanged at Bathurst for the murder (fatal wounding) of William Benyon at Bigga. An associate of the Ben Hall - Frank Gardiner Gang.[112]
  • Henry Keene – 5 May 1862 – Bushranger. Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of James Lawrie on Billabong Creek.
  • Benjamin Allerton – 5 May 1862 – Bushranger. Hanged at Goulburn for the robbery and wounding with intent of David Elliott at Wakool.
  • John Smith (alias Regan) – 4 June 1862 – Hanged at Goulburn for attempted murder on Alfred Bishop at Tipperary Gully, near Young.
  • Jackey – 23 October 1862 – Indigenous. Hanged at Bathurst for the rape of Louisa Brown at Winburndale.
  • Alexander Ross – 18 March 1863 – Bushranger. Hanged at Darlinghurst for highway robbery and the attempted murder of Harry Stephens at Caloola, near Blayney.
  • Charles Ross – 18 March 1863 – Bushranger. Hanged at Darlinghurst for highway robbery and the attempted murder of Harry Stephens at Caloola, near Blayney.
  • Henry Manns – 26 March 1863 – Bushranger. Hanged at Darlinghurst for his part in the highway robbery of the gold escort at Eugowra Rocks. An associate of the Ben Hall - Frank Gardiner Gang.
  • Charles Robardy – 20 May 1863 – Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of Daniel Crotty on the Boorowa-Murringo Road, near Willawong Creek.
  • Mahommed Cassim – 2 June 1863 – Circus Juggler, born in India. Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of a fellow juggler (name lost) at Sawpit Gully, near Queanbeyan.[113]
  • Henry Wilson – 2 October 1863 – Bushranger. Hanged at Maitland for the murder of Peter Clarke near Murrurundi.
  • Thomas McCann – 1 February 1864 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for highway robbery and the attempted murder of William Saville near Cordeaux Creek, Berrima.
  • James Stewart – 22 November 1864 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Charles Verdhun near Bourke.
  • George Gibson (alias Paddy Tom) – 20 May 1865 – Bushranger. Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Alec Musson at Pyramul.
  • Sam Poo – 19 September 1865 – Bushranger. Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Snr Constable John Ward at Barney's Reef near Birriwa.
  • Ah Luan – 21 November 1865 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Nee Jack at Bald Hills Creek.
  • John Dunn – 19 March 1866 – Bushranger, member of the Ben Hall Gang. Hanged at Darlinghurst for robbery and the murder of Constable Sam Nelson at Collector
  • James Crookwell – 14 April 1866 – Bushranger. Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Constable William Raymond in the Bargo Brush.
  • Michael Green – 11 June 1866 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Andrew Shearer at Rushcutter's Bay.
  • Spider – 26 November 1866 – Indigenous. Hanged at Bathurst for the rape of Elizabeth Anderson at Canonbar, near Nyngan.[114]
  • Michael Maher – 3 December 1866 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Richard Higgins at Garrawilla, near Coonabarabran.
  • Harry Suis – 10 December 1866 – Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of Ah Wong at Goulburn.
  • William Henry Scott – 18 March 1867 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Anne Ramsden (Scott) in Sussex St.
  • Thomas Clarke – 25 June 1867 – Bushranger. Hanged at Darlinghurst for the attempted murder of Constable William Walsh at Jinden.
  • John Clarke – 25 June 1867 – Bushranger. Hanged at Darlinghurst for the attempted murder of Constable William Walsh at Jinden.
  • William Peters – 26 June 1867 – Hanged in Bathurst for the attempted murder of eight-year-old Faith Perkins at Orange.
  • Henry James O'Farrell – 21 April 1868 – Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the attempted assassination of Prince Alfred Duke of Edinburgh on 12 March 1868 at Clontarf.
  • Albert Barnes – 26 May 1868 – Hanged in the old gaol at Bathurst for the murder of James Casey at Hassan's Walls.[115]
  • John McEvitt – 26 May 1868 – Hanged in the old gaol at Bathurst for the murder of a boy named Francis Evans at Clark's Creek.[115]
  • John Munday (alias Collins)- 2 June 1868 – Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of John Conroy, Bridget Conroy, Thomas Smith, a shepherd surnamed White and another shepherd, name not recorded, near Bowning.
  • Ah Sung – 24 November 1868 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Ralph Lee and Amelia Lee (aged five), near Avisford.

1870s[edit]

  • John Baker - 1871 - Bushranger hanged at Bathurst for murder and other crimes. A partner of Wiliam Bertam, who was hanged at Toowoomba on 29 August 1870. They stuck up Mount Murchison Station, Cobham's station and a Poolamacca resident and stole horses, etc. Also committed other robberies on the road and entered homes; in Oct 1869 on the Barrier Ranges they bailed up a hawker, Charles Young, whom they murdered.[116]
  • Robert Campbell (alias Palmer) – 10 January 1871 – Hanged at Wagga Wagga for the murder of John and Louis Pohlman at Yanco.
  • Chong Gow – 6 June 1871 – Hanged at Deniliquin for the murder of Tommy Ah Gun at Hay.
  • Michael McMahon – 12 December 1871 – Hanged at Maitland for the murder of Jack Jones at Hall's Creek.
  • Thomas Kelly – 2 January 1872 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the attempted murder of Superintendent William McLaren at Parramatta Gaol.
  • George Robert Nichols (The Parramatta River Murders) – 18 June 1872 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of William Percy Walker (and John Bridger) in upper Sydney Harbour.
  • Alfred Lester (alias Froude)(The Parramatta River Murders) – 18 June 1872 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of William Percy Walker (and John Bridger) in upper Sydney Harbour.
  • John Conn – 11 June 1872 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Aveline Littler near Wyndeyer.
  • William McCrow – 8 April 1873 – Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of Margaret Ward at a residence on the corner of Crown and Stanley streets, Woolloomooloo.
  • John Scource – 8 April 1873 – Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of Elizabeth Lee on Sydney Harbour.
  • Julius Krauss (also called William Cross) – 1 July 1873 – Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of Captain John Longmuir on board HMS Rifleman.
  • Henry Vincent Jarvis – 23 December 1873 – Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of James Muggeridge on the Orange-Bathurst Road near Evans Plains Creek.
  • John Hawthorne (alias Perry, real name Sherrin) – 19 May 1874 – Bushranger. Believed to have committed at least four murders. Hanged at Goulburn for the robbery & attempted murder of James Slocombe near Wheeo.
  • John Glover – 19 May 1874 – Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of William Piety at Bolaro, near Adaminaby.
  • Gottlieb Eichhorn – 23 June 1874 – Hanged at Armidale Gaol for the rape of seventy-two-year-old Eliza Chapman at Saumarez Ponds. Mrs Chapman died from the injuries received. Eichhorn was sixteen at the time of the crime.[117]
  • John McGrath – 10 September 1875 – Indigenous. Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for rape of Sarah Murfin at Warragubra, near Bega.
  • George Rope – 7 December 1875 – Hanged at Mudgee Gaol for the murder of his sister-in-law Hannah Rope at Lawson's Creek.
  • Ah Chong – 18 April 1876 – Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of Po Tie at Parramatta Gaol.
  • George Pitt – 21 June 1876 – Hanged at Mudgee for the murder of Ann Martin at Guntawang.
  • Michael Connelly – 28 June 1876 – Hanged at Tamworth Gaol for the murder of his wife Mary Connelly at Carroll Gap.
  • Daniel Boon – 19 July 1876 – Hanged at Wagga Wagga for the murder of Alexander McMullan at North Wagga.
  • Thomas Newman – 29 May 1877 – Hanged at Old Dubbo Gaol for the murder of a child, Mary-Ann McGregor, near Coonabarabran.[118]
  • Peter Murdoch (Murdick, alias Higgins) – 18 December 1877 – Hanged at Wagga Wagga for the murder of Henry Ford near Cartwright's Hill.
  • Ing Chee – 28 May 1878 – Hanged at Goulburn Gaol for the murder of Li Dock in Goulburn.
  • Alfred – 10 June 1879 – Indigenous. Hanged at Mudgee for the rape of Jane Dowd at Three Mile Flat, near Wellington.

1880s[edit]

  • Andrew George Scott (Captain Moonlite) – 20 January 1880 – (Bushranger) Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of Constable Webb-Bowen at Wantabadgery.
  • Thomas Rogan – 20 January 1880 – (Bushranger) A member of the Moonlite Gang, hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the murder of Constable Webb-Bowen at Wantabadgery.
  • Albert – 26 May 1880 – Indigenous stockman, hanged at Old Dubbo Gaol for the shooting murders of Nugle Jack and Sally at a camp at Baradine.[119]
  • Daniel King – 11 June 1880 – Hanged at Tamworth Gaol for the murder of Lizzie Hart (alias Rolk, alias Betts) at Tamworth.
  • William Brown – 29 March 1881 – Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the rape of his twelve-year-old daughter Ann at Yappa Brush, The Bight, across the Manning from Wingham.
  • Henry Wilkinson – 1 June 1881 – Hanged at Albury Gaol for the murder of Mary Pumpa at Lyster's Gap, near Jindera.[120]
  • John McGuane – 22 November 1882 – Hanged at Armidale for the murder of Thomas Smith at Inverell.[121]
  • Charles Cunningham – 29 November 1882 – Hanged at Goulburn for the attempted murder of his warder Walter Izard at Berrima Gaol. "His last moments were marked by the expression of undiminished hatred to authority, which he personified to Her Majesty the Queen."[122]
  • Henry Tester – 7 December 1882 – Hanged at Deniliquin for the murder of seven-year-old Louisa Preston at Moira.
  • George Ruxbourne – 23 May 1883 – Hanged at Armidale for the murder of Jimmy Young at Armidale.[123]
  • William Rice- 23 April 1884 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of James Griffin at 51 Phelps St, Surry Hills.[124]
  • Joseph Cordini – 13 June 1884 – Hanged at Deniliquin Gaol for the murder of George Mizon on the Hay road outside Deniliquin.
  • Charles Watson – 14 April 1885 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of William Matthews at Wyadra, near Hillston.
  • Frank Johns – 14 July 1885 – (Bushranger) A member of the Moonlite Gang, hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the attempted murder of William Roberts at Parramatta Gaol.
  • Matthew Friske – 10 December 1885 – Hanged at Grafton Gaol for the murder of Matt Matteson at Coffs Harbour.
  • William Liddiard – 8 June 1886 – Hanged at Grafton for the murder of Pat Noonan at Wardell.
  • Alfred Reynolds – 8 October 1886 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of his wife Rhoda at Gowrie St, Newtown.
  • Robert Read – 7 January 1887 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for his involvement in the Mount Rennie rape case.
  • George Duffy - 7 January 1887 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for his involvement in the Mount Rennie rape case.
  • William Boyce - 7 January 1887 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for his involvement in the Mount Rennie rape case.
  • Joseph Martin - 7 January 1887 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for his involvement in the Mount Rennie rape case.
  • John Creighan (alias Grace) – 29 May 1888 – Hanged at Armidale for the murder of Jack Stapleton at Hillgrove.[125]
  • Robert Hewart – 11 September 1888 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Thomas Park in a cell at the Central Police Court.
  • Louisa Collins – 22 January 1889 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the poisoning of her husband at Botany.[126] She was the last woman hanged in New South Wales.
  • James Morrison – 19 July 1889 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Constable David Sutherland in Macleay St, Potts Point.
  • Thomas Reilly – 6 November 1889 – Hanged at Wagga Wagga for the murder of Christian Eppel on the Wagga Common. Reilly was a cousin of Ned Kelly.

1890s[edit]

  • Albert Schmidt – 18 November 1890 – Hanged at Wagga Wagga for the murder of John Young Taylor near Old Junee. Believed to have committed at least two other murders.
  • Lars Peter Hansen – 2 June 1891 – Hanged at Old Dubbo Gaol for the murder of Charles Duncker on the Peak Hill road.[119]
  • Maurice Dalton – 17 November 1891 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of his wife Catherine at 1 Foveaux St Surry Hills.
  • Harold Dutton Mallalieu – 26 November 1891 – Hanged at Old Dubbo Gaol for the murder of Jerome Casey on the Moonagee Road near Nyngan.[127]
  • Jimmy Tong – 29 November 1892 – Hanged at Armidale for the murder of Harry Hing at Walcha.[128]
  • Edward Smedley – 14 June 1893 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of his wife Phoebe at Qurindi.
  • George Archer – 11 July 1893 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Emma Harrison at a house on the corner of Burton and Bourke streets, Darlinghurst. This hanging was mishandled and Archer suffocated to death on the rope.
  • John Makin – 15 August 1893 – ("The Macdonaldtown Baby Farmer"). Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of the infant Horace Murray.
  • Woy Hoy (Jimmy Ah Hoy) – 24 November 1893 – Hanged at Mudgee for the murder of Ah Fook in Lewis St, Mudgee.[129]
  • Herbert Edward 'Bertie' Glasson (sometimes Edwin Hubert) – 29 November 1893 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of John William Phillips and Frances Letitia 'Fanny' Cavanough at Carcoar on 23 September 1893. The first prisoner executed at Bathurst Gaol on its present site (opened 1888).[130][131]
  • Charles Montgomery – 31 May 1894 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the attempted murder of Constable Fred Bowden near the corner of Bridge and Macquarie streets.
  • Thomas Williams – 31 May 1894 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the attempted murder of Constable Fred Bowden near the corner of Bridge and Macquarie streets.
  • Alexander Lee – 20 July 1894 – Hanged at Tamworth for the murder of William McKay at the CBC bank at Barraba.
  • John Cummins – 20 July 1894 – Hanged at Tamworth for the murder of William McKay at the CBC bank at Barraba.
  • Frederick Paton (alias Frederick Dennis) – 11 December 1894 – Hanged at Bathurst Gaol for the murder of John Hall at Fifield on 6 May 1894.[132]
  • Alfred Grenon – 7 February 1895 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the attempted murder of Thomas Heavey at Elizabeth Bay.
  • Thomas Meredith Sheridan – 7 January 1896 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Jessie Nicholls, who died at Castlereagh St from the effects of an illegal abortion.
  • Charles Hines – 21 May 1897 – Hanged at Maitland for the rape of his thirteen-year-old stepdaughter Mary Emily Hayne at Gundy
  • Thomas Moore – 24 June 1897 – Hanged at Dubbo for the murder of Edward (or Edwin) Smith at Brennan's Bend on the Darling River below Bourke in November, 1896.[133][134]
  • Frank Butler – 17 July 1897 – ("The Glenbrook Murders") Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Arthur Preston and Lee Weller at Penrith and Glenbrook.
  • Wong Min – 13 December 1898 – Hanged at Dubbo for the murder of Joe Mong Jong (or Woung) at Warren, New South Wales on 16 August 1898. Also stabbed Alice Spong during same incident.[135]
  • Stewart Wilson Christopher Briggs – 5 April 1899 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Margaret Miller and Margaret Dutt at 89 Douglas St Petersham (now Stanmore).[136]

1900s[edit]

  • John Sleigh (alias Ward) – 6 December 1900 – Hanged at Goulburn for the murder of Frank "Bones" Curran at Back Creek, near Bombala.
  • Jackie Underwood – 14 January 1901 – Indigenous. Hanged at Dubbo for the murder of Percival Mawbey at Breelong. He and Jimmy Governor also killed Helen Josephine Kerz, Mrs Sarah Mawbey, Grace Mawbey and Hilda Mawbey in the same incident.[127]
  • Jimmy Governor – 18 January 1901 – Indigenous. Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Helen Josephine Kerz at Breelong. In the same incident he and Jackie Underwood also killed Mrs. Sarah Mawbey, Grace Mawbey, Percival Mawbey and Hilda Mawbey. Jimmy and his brother Joe also killed Alexander McKay near Ulan, Elizabeth O'Brien and her baby son at Poggie, near Merriwa, and Keiran Fitzpatrick near Wollar.[127]
  • Joseph Campbell – 20 December 1901 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the rape of nine-year-old Violet Oldfield at Queanbeyan. He had also raped another nine-year-old at Ramsay's Bush (Haberfield)
  • Thomas Moore – 14 April 1903 – Indigenous. Hanged at Darlinghurst for the rape and murder of ten-year-old Janet Irene Smith at Ramsay's Bush, Leichhardt (now Haberfield).
  • Digby Grand – 7 July 1903 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Police Constable Samuel Long at Auburn.
  • Henry Jones – 7 July 1903 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Police Constable Samuel Long at Auburn.
  • Ah Check – 28 June 1904 – Hanged at Dubbo for the murder of William Tregaskis at Peak Hill, NSW.[137] He was the last person executed at Old Dubbo Gaol.[119]
  • John Raymond Brown – 11 December 1906 – Hanged at Grafton Gaol for the murders of Daniel O'Keefe, Margaret O'Keefe and Patrick Gillick at German Creek, near Ballina (now called Empire Vale).
  • Peter Sadeek – 11 June 1907 – Hanged at Broken Hill Gaol for the murder of Mary Cooney (or Jewson) at White Cliffs.
  • Nicholas Baxter – 29 October 1907 – Hanged at Darlinghurst for the murder of Mary MacNamara at 2 Sarah St Enmore.
  • George Toffts – 26 November 1907 – Hanged at Tamworth Gaol for the murder of Eliza Maud Fletcher at Quirindi.

1910 onwards[edit]

  • William Frederick Ball – 17 June 1912 – Hanged at Armidale Gaol for the murder of Louisa Ball at Bingara.[138]
  • Frank Franz – 20 December 1916 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Police Constable George Joss Duncan at Tottenham.
  • Roland Nicholas Kennedy – 20 December 1916 – Hanged at Bathurst for the murder of Police Constable George Joss Duncan at Tottenham.
  • James Wilson – 31 May 1917 – Hanged at Long Bay Gaol for the murder of George Pappageorgi at Haymarket, Sydney.
  • Christian William Benzing – 16 June 1917 – Hanged at Long Bay for the rape and murder of eleven-year-old Dorothy Myra Small at Rockdale.
  • Edward Williams – 29 April 1924 – Hanged at Long Bay for the murder of his three children, five-year-old Rosalie, three-year-old Mary and two-year-old Cecillia at Underwood St Paddington.
  • William George Gordon Simpson – 10 December 1924 – Hanged at Long Bay for the murders of Guy Chalmers Clift and Police Constable James Flynn at Appin.
  • William Cyril Moxley – 17 August 1932 – Hanged at Long Bay for the murders of Dorothy Ruth Denzel and Frank Barnby Wilkinson at Moorebank.
  • Edwin John Hickey – 14 May 1936 – Hanged at Long Bay for the murder of former Conciliation Commissioner Montague Henwood on the train between Faulconbridge and Linden. Hickey was seventeen at the time of the crime.
  • James Leighton Massey – 15 June 1936 – Hanged at Long Bay for the murder of Norman Samuel McLaren Stead at Darlinghurst.
  • Alfred Spicer – 26 May 1938 – Hanged at Long Bay for the rape and murder of six-year-old Marcia Hayes at Windsor.[139]
  • John Trevor Kelly – 24 August 1939 – Hanged at Long Bay for the murder of Marjorie Constance Sommerlad at Tenterfield. He was the last person to be judicially executed in the state of New South Wales.[140]

Norfolk Island[edit]

1800s to 1830s[edit]

  • Peter McLean – 14 December 1800 – Irish convict and political prisoner, hanged without trial for conspiracy to mutiny[141]
  • John Houlahan – 14 December 1800 – Irish convict and political prisoner, hanged without trial for conspiracy to mutiny[141]
  • John McDonald - 13 April 1832 - Hanged for the attempted murder of fellow-convict Thomas Smith
  • Thomas Reilly - 23 September 1833 - Hanged for the murder of fellow-convict Edward Doolan
  • Matthew Connor - 23 September 1833 - Hanged for the attempted murder of constable Patrick Sullivan
  • James Reynolds - 23 September 1833 - Hanged for the attempted murder of constable Patrick Sullivan
  • Robert Douglas - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • Henry Drummond - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • James Bell - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • Joseph Butler - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • Robert Glennie - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • Walter Burke - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • Joseph Snell - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • William McCulloch - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • Michael Andrews - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • William Groves - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • Thomas Freshwater - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • Henry Knowles - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • Robert Ryan - 23 September 1834 - Hanged for mutiny
  • James Burrows - 26 December 1835 - Hanged for the murder of fellow-convict John Dursley
  • George Thompson - 26 December 1835 - Hanged for the attempted murder of fellow-convict John Fell at Longridge
  • William Westwood (Jackey Jackey) – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for mutiny and the murder of convict constables John Morris, John Dinon, Thomas Saxton and police runner Stephen Smith, on 1 July 1846, known as the "Cooking Pot Uprising"[142]

1840s[edit]

  • John Davis – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • Samuel Kenyon – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • Dennis Pendergast – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • Owen Commuskey – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • Henry Whiting – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • William Pearson – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • James Cairnes – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • William Pickthorne – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • Lawrence Kavenagh – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • William Scrimshaw – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • Edward McGuinness – 13 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising[142][143]
  • William Brown - 19 October 1846 - Hanged for his involvement in the Cooking-Pot Uprising
  • John Liddall - 3 November 1846 - Hanged for murder of Henry Clarke
  • Bernard Macartney - 3 November 1846 - Hanged for murder of Henry Clarke

Northern Territory[edit]

  • Charles Flannagan – 15 July 1893 – Hanged at Fannie Bay Gaol for the murder of Samuel Croker at Auvergne Station.
  • Wandy Wandy – 25 July 1893 – Hanged on gallows constructed at the scene of the crime at Malay Bay for his part in the murder of six unnamed Malays.
  • Moolooloorun (Aboriginal male, no given surname) – 17 January 1895 – Hanged on gallows constructed at Crescent Lagoon in the presence of other members of his aboriginal community for the murder of an unnamed Chinese man near the Roper River.
  • Chung Yeung – 10 August 1899 – Hanged at Fannie Bay Gaol for the murder of Chee Hang at Yam Creek.
  • Lem Kai – 10 August 1899 – Hanged at Fannie Bay Gaol for the murder of Chee Hang at Yam Creek.
  • Jimmie (Aboriginal male, no given surname) – 8 April 1901 – Hanged on gallows constructed at Shaw's Creek, Victoria River, for the murder of John Larsen at Daly River.
  • Tommy (Aboriginal male, no given surname) – 21 December 1905 – Hanged at Fannie Bay Gaol for the murders of Henry Edwards, Richard Frost and Nowra at Victoria River district.
  • Koppio (Aboriginal male, no given surname) – 15 July 1913 – Hanged at Fannie Bay Gaol for the murders of Ching Loy and Lo Sin at the old Howley Mine.
  • Jaroslav Koci – 8 August 1952 – Hanged at Fannie Bay Gaol for the murder of Darwin taxi-driver George Thomas Grantham.
  • Jan Novotny – 8 August 1952 – Hanged at Fannie Bay Gaol for the murder of Darwin taxi-driver George Thomas Grantham.

Queensland[edit]

1830s to 1850s[edit]

  • John Bulbridge – 18 December 1830 – Hanged at Moreton Bay for absconding from the penal colony there and committing a robbery at Port Macquarie[144][145]
  • Charles Fagan - 18 December 1830 - Hanged at Moreton Bay for absconding and committing a robbery at Port Macquarie
  • Mullan – 3 July 1841 – Indigenous. Hanged at the Windmill, Wickham Terrace, Brisbane, for the murder of surveyor Granville William Chetwynd Stapylton at Mount Lindesay[146]
  • Ningavil - 3 July 1841 - Indigenous. Hanged at the Windmill, Wickham Terrace, Brisbane, for the murder of surveyor Granville Chetwynd Stapylton at Mount Lindsay
  • Patrick Fitzgerald - 8 July 1850 - Hanged in front of Brisbane Gaol, Petrie Terrace, for the murder of James Marsden at Gigooman
  • Jacob Wagner – 8 July 1850 – Hanged in front of Brisbane Gaol for the murder of James Marsden at Gigooman[147][148]
  • Angee (An Gee) – 6 January 1852 – Chinese. Hanged in front of Brisbane Gaol for the murder of James Holbert in the Burnett district[149]
  • Davy – 22 August 1854 – Indigenous. Hanged in front of Brisbane Gaol for the murder of Adolphus Trevethan on Rawbelle station in the Burnett district[150]
  • Dundalli – 5 January 1855 – Indigenous. Hanged in front of Brisbane Gaol for the murders of Andrew Gregor and William Boller. This was the last official public execution in Queensland[151]
  • William Teagle - 28 July 1857 - Hanged at Brisbane Gaol for the murder of his wife Mary Leighton at Drayton
  • Chamery - 4 August 1859 - Indigenous. Hanged at Brisbane for the rape of Mary Treatroff at Dugandan[152]
  • Dick - 4 August 1859 - Indigenous. Hanged at Brisbane for the rape of Mary Treatroff at Dugandan[152]

1860s[edit]

  • Thomas Woods - 7 December 1860 - Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Gabriel Morell at Coonambula
  • Georgie – 12 Dec 1861 – Indigenous. Hanged at Brisbane for the rape of Bridget Ryan at Little Ipswich[153]
  • Tommy - 2 April 1862 - Chinese, real name not recorded. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of George Lang at Nebo
  • Matthew McGuinness - 8 April 1862 - Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of a shepherd named Schaff between Gayndah and Mundubbera
  • Alexander Ritchie – 1 August 1864 – Hanged at Toowoomba Gaol for the murder of Charles Owen at Yandilla[154]
  • Jackey - 3 November 1865 - Indigenous. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Ann Mee at Degilbo
  • Rudolf Mornberger - 13 December 1865 - German. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Heinrich Bode on the Logan River
  • Thomas John Griffin – 1 June 1868 – Police officer and gold commissioner hanged at Rockhampton Gaol for the murder of troopers John Power and Patrick Cahill on the banks of the Mackenzie River while they were on duty escorting a large sum of money from Rockhampton to Clermont[155]
  • Billy - 7 December 1868 - Indigenous. Hanged at Brisbane for the rape of Mary Thompson at Tivoli
  • Jacob - 17 May 1869 - Indigenous. Hanged at Brisbane for the rape of Jane Knott and Amelia Reichmann at Ideraway
  • John Williams – 24 November 1869 – Hanged at Rockhampton for the murder of Patrick Halligan at Eight Mile Island[156]
  • George C.F. Palmer – 24 November 1869 – Hanged at Rockhampton for the murder of Patrick Halligan at Eight Mile Island[156]
  • Alexander Archibald – 22 December 1869 – Hanged at Rockhampton for abetting the murder of Patrick Halligan at Eight Mile Island[157]

1870s[edit]

  • Gee Lee – 7 March 1870 – Chinese. Hanged at Toowoomba for the murder of Louis Vernon at Caroline sheep station on the Burenda run, in the Warrego district[158]
  • Jacky Whitton – 7 March 1870 – Indigenous. Hanged at Toowoomba for the rape of thirteen-year-old Henrietta Reiss at Bodumba station near Warwick[158]
  • William Prendergast – 28 March 1870 – Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Patrick Hartnett at Fortitude Valley[159]
  • William Brown (or Bertram) – 29 August 1870 – Hanged at Toowoomba for robbery under arms at Mangalore[160]
  • Donald Ross – 21 November 1870 – Hanged at Rockhampton for the murder of George Rose at Springsure[161]
  • George – 15 May 1871 – Indigenous. Hanged at Rockhampton for the rape of Ellen Manning at Gracemere[162]
  • Dugald - 28 May 1872 - Indigenous. Hanged at Brisbane for the rape of twelve-year-old Catherine Hutchinson south of Gympie
  • Patrick Collins - 29 May 1872 - Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Simon Zieman at Gunde Gunda Creek near Surat
  • John Garbett - 10 March 1874 - Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Tom Conroy at Taroom
  • Alick (alias Johnny) - 29 December 1874 - Pacific Islander. Hanged at Brisbane for the rape of eleven-year-old Gertrude Brauer at Doughboy Creek
  • Jackey Clayson – 14 April 1875 – Indigenous. Hanged at Rockhampton for the rape of Johanna Kopp at Palmerville[163]
  • Johann (John) Wenzell - 29 August 1876 - German. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Joel Martin at Gabbinbar, Toowoomba
  • George - 18 May 1877 - Pacific Islander. Hanged at Maryborough Gaol for the rape of Mrs McBride
  • Tommy Ah Mow – 18 May 1877 – Pacific Islander. Hanged at Maryborough for the rape of Mrs McBride[164]
  • James Cunningham - 14 January 1878 - Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Frank Steinebecker near Cairns
  • Sam Ah Poo - 19 August 1878 - Chinese. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of M. Fisher McMichael at Bundaleer Plains, near Noorama
  • Ervora (alias Johnny) - 23 December 1878 - Pacific Islander. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Charles "the Swede" Andrews near Tambo
  • Joseph Mutter - 9 June 1879 - German. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Maria Josephina Steffen at Ravenswood. "When the drop fell the convict's head was completely severed from the body. The executioner attributed this horrible result to the hard condition of the rope, caused by the frost"[165]

1880s[edit]

  • Joseph Wells - 22 March 1880 - Hanged at Brisbane for armed robbery and attempted murder at Cunnamulla
  • James Elsdale (alias Munro) - 31 May 1880 - Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Michael McEvoy at Belltopper Creek, Aramac
  • Jimmy Ah Sue - 31 May 1880 - Chinese. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Ah Coo Wah at Copperfield (Clermont)
  • Maximus 'Pedro' Gomez - 21 June 1880 - Filipino. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of William Clarke on Possession Island (Bedanug), Torres Strait
  • Kagariu (Johnny Campbell) - 16 August 1880 - Indigenous. Bushranger. Hanged at Brisbane for the rape of Jane MacAlister at Kipper Creek, Northbrook
  • Ah Que - 12 December 1881 - Chinese. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Ah Wah and Geon Ching at Palmerville
  • George Byrne - 22 May 1882 - Hanged at Brisbane for the rape of Susan Isaacs in Elizabeth Street, Brisbane
  • Towolar (Jemmy) - 5 June 1882 - From Ambae, New Hebrides. Hanged at Brisbane for the murder of Jeremiah Worth at Bundaberg
  • Jango – 15 October 1883 – Indigenous. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Eliza Mills at Dingo. He was sixteen at the time of his crime
  • George – 15 October 1883 – Indigenous. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the rape of thirteen-year-old Johanna Anderson at Gracemere
  • James Gardiner (alias McMahon) – 15 October 1883 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of 'German Ada' at Rockhampton[166]
  • Walter Edward Gordon – 25 October 1885 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Walter Bunning near Rockhampton[167]
  • Tim Tee – 5 April 1886 – Chinese. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Jimmy Ah Fook at Dulvadilla[168]
  • Wong Tong – 21 June 1886 – Chinese. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Kok Tow near Bundaberg[168]
  • Christopher Pickford – 30 May 1887 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Martin Emmerson at Ravenswood Junction[169]
  • John Harrison – 13 June 1887 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of William Thompson[170]
  • Ellen Thompson – 13 June 1887 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of her husband William. She was the only woman hanged in Queensland[171][172]
  • Sedin - 12 November 1888 - Malay. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of John Fitzgerald and Christian Meyriga at Normanton
  • Edmond Duhamel - 12 November 1888 - Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Sarah Ann Descury at Croydon

1890s[edit]

  • Michael Barry – 2 June 1890 – Hanged at Rockhampton (Wandal) for the murder of his wife Mary. He was the last person to be hanged in Queensland outside of Brisbane[173]
  • Donald – 25 April 1892 – Indigenous. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the rape of Eva Scott at Hornet Bank Station near Taroom[174]
  • Frank Charles Horrocks – 26 September 1892 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Rudolph Weissmüller at Mooraree near Brisbane[175]
  • Charles Gleeson – 24 October 1892 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Patrick McKiernan at Prince of Wales Island (Muralug), Torres Strait[176]
  • Leonardo William Moncado – 24 October 1892 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Bob, an Indigenous cabin-boy, on board the Northern coastal trading vessel Sketty Belle[177]
  • George Thomas Blantern – 23 October 1893 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaod for the murder of Flora McDonald at Marlborough Station[178]
  • Hatsuro Abe – 28 May 1894 – Japanese. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of a Japanese widow, Omatzie, on Thursday Island[179]
  • Miore - 20 May 1895 - Pacific Islander. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Francis Macartney at Avondale. See Narasemai below
  • Narasemai – 20 May 1895 – Pacific Islander. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Francis Macartney at Avondale[180]
  • Sayer (also called Safhour) – 22 July 1895 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Peter Anderson near Etowrie near Mackay.[181]
  • Jackey – 4 November 1895 – Indigenous. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Jacky Williams near Mount Morgan.[182]
  • Frank Tinyana – 4 November 1895 – Filipino. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the attempted murder of his wife Amelia and the murder of Constable William Conroy on Thursday Island.[183]

1900 onwards[edit]

  • William Broome – 11 June 1900 – Indigenous. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Mary Le Blowitz near Bundaberg[184]
  • Charles Beckman – 13 May 1901 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Alfred Anderson at Bowen[185]
  • Wandee (or Wantee) – 27 May 1901 – Pacific Islander. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Alfred Burnstead near Townsville[186]
  • John Rheuben – 30 September 1901 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Fanny Hardwick at Rockhampton[187]
  • Arafau (or Orifough) – 3 December 1901 – Pacific Islander. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Morris Summers near Farleigh[188]
  • David Alexander Brown - 9 December 1901 - Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Graham Haygarth at Charters Towers
  • Patrick Kenniff – 12 January 1903 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Constable George Doyle at Lethbridge's Pocket near Carnarvon[189]
  • Sow Too Low (or Sotulo) – 22 June 1903 – From Malaita (now part of Solomon Islands). Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of John Martin and Sergeant David Johnston at Mackay Gaol. He was also thought responsible for the murder of 12-year-old Alice Gunning near Mackay[190]
  • Gosano (also called 'Kanalso called Charlie') – 17 April 1905 – From Malaita (now part of Solomon Islands). Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of John Parsons at Ingham[191]
  • James Wharton – 17 July 1905 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of William Munday at Toowong[192]
  • Johannes – 14 May 1906 – From Ceylon (Sri Lanka). Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Constable Albert Price[193]
  • Twadiga – 14 May 1906 – From Gawa Island (now in Papua New Guinea). Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of five-year-old William Baulch, at Homebush, near Mackay[194]
  • Look Kow (or Lee Kow) – 31 December 1906 – Chinese. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Lee Chay Yuen in Townsville[195]
  • August Millewski – 16 December 1907 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of an Indian man, Wallum Nabby, near Nananga[196]
  • Bismarck – 19 April 1909 – Indigenous. Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Janet Evitts at Jundah[197][198]
  • Arthur Ross – 7 June 1909 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of bank clerk James Muir[199]
  • Alexander Joseph Bradshaw – 13 June 1910 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of George and Alice Sutherland at Carron River, near Croydon[200]
  • George David Silva – 10 June 1912 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of seventeen-year-old Maud Ching at Alligator Creek, near Hay Point. On the same occasion he also murdered Maud's younger siblings Teddy, Dolly, Hugh and Winnie, and their mother Agnes[201]
  • Charles Deen - 5 May 1913 - From Ceylon (Sri Lanka). Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Peter Dana (Dina, Dinna) at Innisfail
  • Ernest Austin- 22 September 1913 – Hanged at Boggo Road Gaol for the murder of Ivy Alexandra Mitchell. He was the last person executed in Queensland[202]

South Australia[edit]

Pencil on paper sketch of the execution of Michael Magee. He was the first man executed in South Australia, for shooting Sheriff Smart.Artwork is inscribed, "Sketched on the ground by J. M. Skipper" which suggests the artist witnessed the execution. Artwork is inscribed with pencil on verso, with two figures of women. The costume worn by each figure has been carefully studied Held at the State Library of South Australia, call no. B 7797.

1830s to 1850s[edit]

  • Michael Magee – 2 May 1838 – The first public execution in South Australia. A runaway convict, hanged from a tree on Montefiore Hill for shooting at with intent to kill Sheriff Smart[203]
  • Wang Nucha (Tommy Roundhead) – 31 May 1839 – Hanged in front of the government iron stores (very close to the site of Magee's hanging) for the murder of James Thompson on the Para
  • Yerr-i-Cha (George) – 31 May 1839 – Hanged for the murder of William Duffield in the Gilles Plains area
  • George Hughes – 16 March 1840 – Hanged outside the Horse Police Barracks for theft and firing with murderous intent at the Para River
  • Henry Curran – 16 March 1840 – Hanged outside the Horse Police Barracks for theft and firing with murderous intent at the Para River
  • Mongarawata – 25 August 1840 – Hanged by Major O'Halloran on the Coorong in retribution for the massacre of over fifteen passengers wrecked on the Maria
  • Pilgarie (Moorcan-gac) – 25 August 1840 – Hanged by Major O'Halloran on the Coorong in retribution for the massacre of fifteen passengers wrecked on the Maria
  • Joseph Stagg – 18 November 1840 - Hanged for the murder of John Gofton near Torrens Island. The first public execution to be conducted outside Adelaide Gaol, with a crowd of roughly seven hundred in attendance.
  • Ngarbi (Nultia) – 1 August 1843 – Hanged outside Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Elizabeth Stubbs at Port Lincoln
  • Wera Maldera – 28 March 1845 – Hanged outside Adelaide Gaol for the murder of George McGrath at McGrath's Flat, on the Coorong
  • Thomas Donnelly – 29 March 1847 – Hanged outside Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Kingberrie, an indigenous local, at Rivoli Bay
  • Keelgulla – 9 November 1849 – Hanged at the scene of the crime for the murder of Captain James Beevor at Mount Drummond
  • Neulalta – 9 November 1849 – Hanged at the scene of the crime for the murder of Captain James Beevor at Mount Drummond
  • James Yates – 5 September 1850 – Hanged outside Adelaide Gaol for the murder of a shepherd named Jack Mansforth at Skillagolee Creek
  • William Wright – 12 March 1853 – Hanged outside Adelaide Gaol for the murder of a man known as Robert Head, committed at East Wellington
  • William Bell – 27 December 1854 – Hanged outside Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Augustus Valrecht at Port Adelaide. This was the last public execution at Adelaide Gaol, with approximately three thousand onlookers.
  • Weenpulta – 14 January 1856 – Hanged at Franklin Harbour for the murder of Peter Brown[204]
  • Weellanna – 14 January 1856 – Hanged at Franklin Harbour for the murder of Peter Brown
  • Yardulunulkarna – 14 January 1856 – Hanged at Franklin Harbour for the murder of Peter Brown
  • Eelanna – 14 January 1856 – Hanged at Franklin Harbour for the murder of Peter Brown

1860s to 1890s[edit]

  • Manyetta – 5 October 1860 – Hanged at Streaky Bay for the murder of John Jones at Mount Joy
  • Pilti Miltinda (Bobby) – 7 June 1861 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Mary Ann Rainberd (sometimes Reinbert) and her two children near Kapunda
  • Tankaworty (Alick or Jimmy) – 7 June 1861 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Mary Ann Rainberd and her two children near Kapunda
  • Warretya (Kop Robert) – 7 June 1861 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Mary Ann Rainberd and her two children near Kapunda
  • Warretya (Gogeye Jimmy) – 7 June 1861 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Mary Ann Rainberd and her two children near Kapunda
  • Nilgerie – 1861 – Hanged near the scene of the crime at Fowler's Bay for the murder of Thomas Berggoist
  • Tilcherie – 1861 – Hanged near the scene of the crime at Fowler's Bay for the murder of Thomas Berggoist
  • Mangiltie – 1861 – Hanged at Port Lincoln for the murder of Margaret Impey (Impett) at Mount Wedge
  • Karabidnie – 1861 – Hanged at Port Lincoln for the murder of Margaret Impey at Mount Wedge
  • John Seaver – 11 March 1862 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Police Inspector Richard Pettinger at a ball at Government House, Adelaide
  • Magnultie – 1862 – Hanged at Venus Bay for the murder of William Walker near Cherado
  • Malachi Martin – 24 December 1862 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Jane Macmanamin at Salt Creek
  • Carl Jung – 10 November 1871 – Hanged at Mount Gambier for the murder of Assistant Bailiff Thomas Garraway at Deep Gully, near Mount Gambier
  • Elizabeth Woolcock – 30 December 1873 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Thomas Woolcock at North Yelta. The only woman executed in South Australia.
  • William Ridgeway – 1 January 1874 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Frederick Burt at Coonatto[205]
  • William Page – 27 October 1875 – Hanged at Mount Gambier for the murder of Mary Julia Buchan[206]
  • Charles Streitman - 24 July 1877 - Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Robert Woodhead at Wallaroo
  • Hugh Fagan (alias James Lynch) - 15 April 1878 - Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Patrick Bannon at Saltire
  • Jonathan Prest - 16 July 1878 - Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of his wife Mary Prest near Port Adelaide[207]
  • Robert Johnson (alias William Nugent) – 18 November 1881 – Hanged at Mount Gambier for the murder of Trooper Harry Pearce[208]
  • William Burns – 18 January 1883 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Henry Loton on the high seas, off the Cape Verde Islands. "While waiting his doom, he formed an attachment to a young sparrow, which he tamed perfectly. He was greatly affected by the sight of the bird flitting about the scaffold while the preparations for his execution were in progress"[209]
  • Mah Poo (alias Charlie Bow) – 10 November 1883 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Tommy Ah Fook in Hindley Street[210]
  • William Brown (alias Allen, alias Lane)– 24 August 1894 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of George Morowsky at Waukaringa
  • George Lynch – 6 November 1895 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Donald Ross at Balaklava
  • Joshua Beard – 10 July 1897 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Walter Hall at Streaky Bay

1900 onwards[edit]

  • Lolli Kayser Singh – 17 January 1900 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Sunda Singh at Denial Bay
  • Thomas Horton – 12 May 1904 - Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of his wife Florence in Rundle Street
  • Albert Bonfield – 5 January 1905 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Caroline Hinds at Kensington Gardens[211]
  • Notella Habibulla – 16 November 1906 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of his wife Edith in Bristol Street (off Cardwell St)
  • James (Joe) Coleman – 2 July 1908 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Constable Albert Ring at Glenelg
  • John Robins – 16 March 1910 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Robert Ownsworth in Moonta St Adelaide
  • Hadji Khan – 5 April 1910 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Said Mahommed at Frome Creek
  • Carlos Augustus Bonello – 5 May 1910 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Norma Plush at Siegersdorf
  • Percival Budd – 24 April 1919 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Harold Jacques at Crystal Brook
  • Alexander Newland Lee – 15 July 1920 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of his wife Muriel at Rhynie. Lee was the nephew of Martha Needle
  • William Francis – 22 November 1927 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of his wife Myra at Rosaville, Mount Gambier
  • William Haines – 16 December 1927 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Devina Schmidt at Bridgewater
  • Frederick Carr – 12 November 1929 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of his wife Maude at Birkenhead
  • Thomas Blythe – 9 January 1930 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of his wife Sarah at Unley[212]
  • Harold James Box – 26 April 1944 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Albert Edmund (Lance) Brown at Gawler Place, Adelaide[213]
  • Charles O'Leary – 14 November 1946 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Walter 'Spoggy' Ballard at Nangwarry, near Penola[214]
  • Alfred Griffin – 22 March 1950 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Elsie Wheeler at a Hutt Street boarding house
  • John Balaban – 26 August 1953 – Murdered at least four people. Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Zora Kusic at Torrensville
  • William Feast – 23 March 1956 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Eunice Gwynne at Wingfield
  • Raymond John Bailey – 24 June 1958 – Convicted for the Sundown Murders. Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Thyra Bowman
  • Glen Sabre Valance – 24 November 1964 – Hanged at Adelaide Gaol for the murder of Richard Stang at Kooroon Station. Last person to be executed in South Australia.

Tasmania[edit]

1800s to 1810s[edit]

  • Thomas England - April 1806 - Private of 102nd Regiment, hanged at Port Dalrymple for his part in theft from Government Stores at Port Dalrymple on 18 Jan 1806.[215]
  • James Keating - 14 April 1806 - Hanged at Hobart for his part in theft from Government Stores at Port Dalrymple on 18 Jan 1806.[215]
  • Terence Flynn - 14 July 1810 - Hanged in the Queenborough district (Sandy Bay) for murder
  • Job Stokes - 14 July 1810 - Hanged in the Queenborough district for housebreaking
  • John McCabe - 21 January 1813 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery of William Parish
  • John Townshend - 21 January 1813 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery of William Parish
  • Peter Gory - 21 January 1813 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery of William Parish
  • William Stephens (Steel) - 25 May 1815 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging
  • Thomas Mauley - 6 June 1815 - Hanged at Hobart for murder
  • Richard McGuire (McGwire) - June 1815 - Hanged at Hobart for his part in the murder of William Carlisle and James O'Byrne at New Norfolk
  • Hugh Byrne - June or early July 1815 - Hanged at Hobart for his part in the murder of William Carlisle and James O'Byrne at New Norfolk
  • Richard Collyer - 26 January 1818 - Hanged on the New Town road, Hobart, for the murder in 1815 of Carlisle and O'Byrne at New Norfolk[216]
  • George Gray - 11 June 1818 - Hanged at Hobart for murder of John Evans (real name Charles Bell) at York Plains[217]
  • William Trimm - 11 June 1818 - Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing in the Richmond district[217]

1820s[edit]

  • Thomas Bailey - 28 July 1820 - Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing
  • John Brady - 28 July 1820 - Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing
  • Robert Hunter - 28 April 1821 - Publicly hanged at scaffold erected at the top of Macquarie Street, Hobart Town, for robbery of Alfred Thrupp's property at Risdon
  • Edward Brady - 28 April 1821 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery of Alfred Thrupp's property at Risdon
  • James Flynn - 28 April 1821 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery of Alfred Thrupp's property at Risdon
  • Joseph Potaski - 28 April 1821 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery of Alfred Thrupp's property at Risdon
  • John Oliver - 28 April 1821 - Hanged at Hobart for cattle-stealing
  • John McGuinness – 28 April 1821 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • Michael Riley – 28 April 1821 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging
  • Thomas Kenny – 28 April 1821 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging
  • John Higgins – 28 April 1821 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging
  • John Hill – 28 April 1821 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging
  • John Morell – 30 May 1821 – Hanged at Launceston for stealing in the Norfolk Plains district
  • Daniel McCarthy – 30 May 1821 – Hanged at Launceston
  • Robert Gillaird – 30 May 1821 – Hanged at Launceston
  • William Lloyd – 30 May 1821 – Hanged at Launceston
  • Patrick Kane – 30 May 1821 – Hanged at Launceston
  • William Hyder – 3 June 1821 – Hanged at George Town for diverse robberies in the Paterson's Plains district
  • James Norris – 3 June 1821 – Hanged at George Town
  • Edward McCracken – 3 June 1821 – Hanged at George Town
  • Thomas Gutteridge – 3 June 1821 – Hanged at George Town for stealing at Norfolk Plains
  • William Smith - 25 April 1822 - Publicly hanged at the Cascade end of Macquarie Street, Hobart, for sheep stealing.[35]
  • John Williams - 25 April 1822 - Publicly hanged at the Cascade end of Macquarie Street, Hobart, for sheep stealing.[35]
  • James Smith – 12 April 1823 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing. (Smith actually cheated the hangman by "suspending himself by a silk handkerchief from a bar...in the room in which he was confined"[218])
  • George Richardson – 14 April 1823 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • Robert Oldham – 14 April 1823– Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • William Davis – 14 April 1823 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • Ralph Churlton – 14 April 1823 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • Alexander Pearce – 19 July 1824 – Murderer and cannibal. Hanged at Hobart
  • Thomas Butler – 22 July 1824 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and robberies
  • Patrick Connolly – 22 July 1824 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and robberies
  • James Tierney – 22 July 1824 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and robberies
  • Isaac Walker – 22 July 1824 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and robberies
  • John Thomson – 22 July 1824 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and robberies
  • George Gardner - 8 September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for killing a steer with intent to steal
  • Arthur Dicker - 8 September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for killing a steer with intent to steal
  • Thomas Taylor - 8 September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for the murder of John Street at Abbotsfield
  • Luke Fowler - 8 September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for the murder of John Street at Abbotsfield
  • Charles Kimberley - 8 September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for the murder of Judith Burke
  • James Crawford - 8 September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for robbery and putting in fear
  • John Bimms - 8 September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for robbery and putting in fear
  • Job Corfield – 8 September 1824 – Hanged at George Town for robbery and putting in fear
  • Matthew Stephenson - 15 September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for robbery and putting in fear
  • John Twiggs - 15 September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for robbery and putting in fear
  • Thomas Hudson – 28 January 1825 – Hanged at Macquarie Harbour for the murder of Robert Esk
  • Richard Allen – 28 January 1825 - Hanged at Macquarie Harbour for the murder of William Saul at Birch's Bay
  • Francis Oates – 28 January 1825 - Hanged at Macquarie Harbour for the murder of James Williamson
  • Henry McConnell – 25 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • Jeremiah Ryan – 25 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for murder and robbery
  • Charles Ryder – 25 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for murder and robbery
  • James Bryant – 25 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for murder and robbery
  • Black Jack (or Jack Roberts) – 25 February 1825 – Indigenous. Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Patrick McCarthy
  • Musquito – 25 February 1825 – Indigenous (Eora). Hanged at Hobart for a murder at Grindstone Bay
  • Peter Thackery – 25 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and robbery
  • John Logan – 25 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for attempted shooting murder of William Shoobridge. The victim was saved because the bullet struck a ruler in his pocket.
  • Samuel Fielding – 26 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • James Chamberlain – 26 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • Stephen Lear – 26 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary at the Surveyor-General's
  • Henry Fry – 26 February 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary at the Surveyor-General's
  • John Reid Riddel – 31 August 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for murder of George Fildes in Goulburn St. He confessed to the murder of both his ex-wives.
  • Thomas Peacock – 31 August 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for murder of Constable Craggs
  • William Buckley – 31 August 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and robbery
  • Joseph Broadhead – 31 August 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and robbery
  • John Everiss – 31 August 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and robbery
  • John Godliman – 7 September 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Samuel Hunt at Fourteen-Tree Plain, near Jericho.
  • Jonas Dobson – 12 December 1825 – Hanged at Hobart for murder of his overseer
  • John Johnson – 6 January 1826 - Hanged at Hobart for burglary at Mr. Barnes'
  • Samuel Longman – 6 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary
  • Charles Wigley – 6 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary
  • James Major – 6 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for stealing an ox
  • William Pollock – 6 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • George Harden – 6 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • William Preece – 6 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for robberies and bushranging
  • James McCabe – 7 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for murder, robberies and bushranging
  • Richard Brown – 7 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • James Brown – 7 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • John Green – 7 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • Thomas Bosworth – 7 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for stealing a boat
  • Richard Miller – 7 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for stealing a boat
  • Richard Craven – 7 January 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for stealing a boat
  • James Eales – 17 February 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing and robbery
  • William Eales – 17 February 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing and robbery
  • Matthew Brady – 4 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • Patrick Bryant – 4 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • Thomas Jeffries – 4 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • John Perry – 4 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • John Thompson – 4 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Margaret Smith at the Watch-House
  • Samuel Hodgetts – 5 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • James McKenney – 5 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • James Goodwin – 5 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • John Gregory – 5 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • William Tilley – 5 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • William Brown – 5 May 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for Murder, robberies and bushranging
  • Thomas Dunnings – 13 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Alexander Simpson at Pittwater
  • Edward Everett – 13 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Alexander Simpson at Pittwater
  • William Smith – 13 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Alexander Simpson at Pittwater
  • John Taylor – 13 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for absconding from Macquarie Harbour and robbing soldiers of their arms
  • George Watters – 13 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for absconding from Macquarie Harbour and robbing soldiers of their arms
  • Jack – 13 September 1826 – Indigenous. Hanged for the murder of Thomas Colley at Oyster Bay. Jack was kept apart before the execution as he was suffering from leprosy.
  • Dick – 13 September 1826 – Indigenous. Hanged for the murder of Thomas Colley at Oyster Bay
  • George Brace – 15 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for robbery and bushranging
  • John McFarlane – 15 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for absconding into the woods and robbing William Holdship at Browns River
  • James Edwards – 15 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for absconding into the woods and robbing William Holdship at Browns River
  • Thomas Balfour – 15 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for absconding into the woods and robbing William Holdship at Browns River
  • John Dadd – 15 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary at Ross
  • John Clark – 15 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary at Ross
  • Patrick Brown – 15 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • John Pearson (Penson) – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary from Richard Worley, butcher, Elizabeth St[219]
  • James Rowles – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for robbing his employer John Dunn's shop, Elizabeth St[219]
  • Timothy Swinscow – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for robbing Mrs. Till at New Norfolk[219]
  • William Wickens – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for robbing Mrs. Till at New Norfolk[219]
  • George Farquharson – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing at Jericho[219]
  • Robert Cable – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing from the Sherwin flock on the Clyde[219]
  • Thomas Savell – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing from David Lord in the Pitt Water district[219]
  • John Davis – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing from David Lord in the Pitt Water district[219]
  • John Cruitt – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing from David Lord in the Pitt Water district[219]
  • Robert Grant - 8 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing from Edmund Bryant near Jericho[220]
  • George Bentley - 8 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing from Edmund Bryant near Jericho
  • William Crest - 8 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing from Edmund Bryant near Jericho
  • William Evans - 8 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for assault and robbery at New Town of John Sayers 'the broom-maker'.
  • Peter Rice - 8 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for shooting at John Swift in Murray Street, Hobart
  • Patrick Dunne - 8 January 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Kingston
  • Charles Burgh - 9 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for horse stealing
  • Henry Strong - 9 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for escaping, bushranging and robbery
  • Michael Brown - 9 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for escaping, bushranging and robbery
  • George Ellis - 9 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for escaping, bushranging and robbery
  • William Birt - 9 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for escaping, bushranging and robbery
  • William Hoadley - 9 January 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for escaping, bushranging and robbery
  • William Tuffnell - 19 February 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for the rape of nine-year-old Ellen Briggs
  • Richard Gill - 19 February 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for burglary
  • Edward Howe - 19 February 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for highway robbery near Scottsdale
  • Joseph Horsefield - 19 February 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for burglary
  • James Gurd - 19 February 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for burglary in the Norfolk Plains district
  • William Ashford - 19 February 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for burglary in the Norfolk Plains district
  • Andrew Winchester - 19 February 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for burglary in the Macquarie River district
  • William Haywood - 19 February 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Christopher McRae at Lake River
  • Henry Oakley – 3 July 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for burglary from Mr Brodie on the Clyde
  • Thomas Bidwell Child – 3 July 1827 – Hanged at Hobart for forgery
  • John Wright – 3 July 1827 – Hanged at Hobart for robbery at Old Beach
  • John Clayton – 3 July 1827 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • George Dunning – 3 July 1827 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • William Longhurst – 3 July 1827 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing
  • Daniel McPherson – 3 July 1827 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary of the home of Henry Bye, North Hobart
  • Martin Higgins – 3 July 1827 – Hanged at Hobart for "stealing in a dwelling house at noon-day" from Henry Bye, North Hobart[221]
  • James Horsefield - 23 August 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Stanfield's, Ralph's Bay
  • George Metcalfe - 23 August 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Stanfield's, Ralph's Bay
  • James Coates - 23 August 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Stanfield's, Ralph's Bay
  • John Brown (the Mariner) - 23 August 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Stanfield's, Ralph's Bay
  • John Lee - 23 August 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Stanfield's, Ralph's Bay
  • George Braithwaite - 23 August 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Stanfield's, Ralph's Bay
  • John Brown (the Bricklayer) - 23 August 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Stanfield's, Ralph's Bay
  • Thomas Davis (real name Roberts) - 23 August 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Stanfield's, Ralph's Bay
  • Matthew McCullum - 23 August 1827 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at Stanfield's, Ralph's Bay
  • Humphrey Oulton - 15 November 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for the theft of a sheep
  • Abraham Abrahams - 15 November 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for the theft of a mare from the Gourlay property on the Clyde
  • William Shepherd - 15 November 1827 - Hanged at Launceston for burglary from the home of Ralph Compton on the Norfolk Plains (Longford)
  • George Lacey - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for murder of Constable George Rex at Macquarie Harbour
  • John Ward ("Flash Jack") - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for his role in the Rex murder
  • Samuel Measures - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for his role in the Rex murder
  • William Jenkins - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for his role in the Rex murder
  • James Conhope - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of a six-year-old (convict per Minerva)
  • James Reid - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for his role in the Rex murder
  • Thomas Williams - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for his role in the Rex murder
  • James Kirk - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for his role in the Rex murder
  • John McMillan - 17 December 1827- Hanged at Hobart for his role in the Rex murder
  • John Maguire - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for his role in the Rex murder
  • George Driver - 30 January 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of John Onely at Macquarie Harbour
  • Samuel Higgins - 30 January 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of John Onely at Macquarie Harbour
  • William Fowler - 1 March 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of a little girl named Emma Groom
  • Henry Williamson - 1 March 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Malcolm Logan at Green Ponds (Kempton)
  • Thomas Pearson - 26 May 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and burglary at Cross Marsh (Melton Mowbray)
  • Phelim Bonner (real name Crampsey) - 26 May 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for assault and robbery on James Collins
  • Edward Hangan - 26 May 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery of a gun from James McLanachan
  • John Grimes - 26 May 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for shooting with intent at George Marshall near Sorell
  • Thomas Collins - 26 May 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for burglary at the home of George Cartwright
  • Edward Burke - 26 May 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • Abraham Aaron - 1 August 1828 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery at Maria Island[222]
  • Philip Large - 15 February 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for the rape of eleven year-old Margaret Stewart
  • John Morrison - 15 February 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for arson
  • John Gibson - 15 February 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for robbery
  • Charles Williams - 15 February 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for armed robbery
  • William Ashton - 15 February 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for robbery
  • Joseph Moulds - 15 February 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for robbery
  • William Baker - 15 February 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for robbery
  • John Baker - 17 Feb 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for sheep stealing
  • Bernard Shields - 17 Feb 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for sheep stealing (convict per Minerva)
  • Daniel Mackie - 17 Feb 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for sheep stealing
  • Daniel Leary - 17 Feb 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for bullock stealing
  • Thomas Rogers - 17 Feb 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for burglary
  • George Palmer - 17 Feb 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for armed robbery
  • Daniel Brown - 2 March 1829 - Hanged at Hobart for murder of a fellow-convict named Stopford at Macquarie Harbour
  • John Salmon - 2 March 1829 - Hanged at Hobart for murder of a fellow-convict named Stopford at Macquarie Harbour
  • John Leach - 7 March 1829 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of his common-law wife
  • Robert Bourke - 12 July 1829 - Hanged at Hobart for escaping and stealing a boat at Macquarie Harbour
  • William Madden - 12 July 1829 - Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery
  • William Herring - 12 July 1829 - Hanged at Hobart for escaping and stealing a boat at Macquarie Harbour

1830s[edit]

  • John Mayo – 11 January 1830 – Hanged at Hobart Gaol for the murder of James Bailey at Macquarie Harbour[223]
  • William Wilkes - 23 January 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Dennis Alcoloret on Bruny Island in Oct 1827
  • Hugh Campbell – 3 February 1830 – Soldier of the 63rd Regiment, hanged at Hobart for the murder of Jonathan Brett[224]
  • Michael Best - 11 February 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Richard Garner at Hamilton
  • John Oxley – 24 February 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Susan Corfield[225]
  • Samuel Killen – 26 February 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing[225]
  • John Jones – 26 February 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing[225]
  • Joseph Fogg – 26 February 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for an unnatural crime[225]
  • Thomas Goodwin – 26 February 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for cutting the throat of Ann Hamilton with intent to kill[225]
  • Mary McLauchlan – 19 April 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for the murder of her infant son. The first woman executed in Van Diemen's Land/Tasmania.[226]
  • Edmund Daniels - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging. (Convict, Asia 3rd) [1]
  • John Dighton - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging. (Convict - Earl St Vincent) [2]
  • James Child - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging. (Convict - Chapman 2nd) [3]
  • Andrew Bates - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging. (Convict - Phoenix) [4]
  • Edward Ladywig - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery (Convict - Phoenix) [5]
  • Joseph Ellis - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing (Convict - Dromedary) [6]
  • Andrew McCue - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for burglary of clothing and money from the house of John Robins
  • George Thomson – 17 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for housebreaking, theft of silver plate and two pistols (Convict - Lady Harewood) [7]
  • Edward Sweeney – 30 June 1830 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of his wife Mary Sweeney
  • William Thomas – 30 June 1830 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of John 'Smutty Jack' Warne
  • William Messenger - 10 July 1830 - Hanged at Launceston for the rape of a five-year-old child
  • John Brady - 10 July 1830 - Hanged at Launceston for the rape of a five-year-old child
  • Richard Udall - 10 July 1830 - Hanged at Launceston for the rape of a five-year-old child
  • Charles Routley - 17 September 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of John "Pretty Jack" Buckley at Carlton River
  • Henry Strong - 9 January 1831 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at the property of James Reid on the Macquarie River
  • William Hoadley - 9 January 1831 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at the property of James Reid on the Macquarie River
  • Michael Brown - 9 January 1831 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at the property of James Reid on the Macquarie River
  • William Birt - 9 January 1831 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at the property of James Reid on the Macquarie River
  • George Ellis - 9 January 1831 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery at the property of James Reid on the Macquarie River
  • Charles Burgh (alias Sutton) - 9 January 1831 - Hanged at Hobart for the theft of a horse from Captain Andrew Barclay near Launceston
  • Edward Broughton (28) - 5 August 1831- Hanged at Hobart for absconding from Macquarie Harbour; while on the run he had murdered and cannibalised William Coventry and two others
  • Matthew Macavoy - 5 August 1831 - Hanged at Hobart for absconding from Macquarie Harbour; while on the run he had murdered and cannibalised William Coventry and two others[227]
  • John Somers - 23 December 1831 - Hanged at Hobart for rape
  • James Camm – 30 April 1832 – Hanged at Hobart for piracy; he was involved in the Cyprus mutiny in 1829
  • James Metcalfe – 30 April 1832 - Hanged at Hobart for assault of John Munn
  • Robert Gordon – 30 April 1832 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary
  • John Gow - 14 May 1832 - Hanged at Hobart for the shooting murder of Patrick Carrigan, a soldier of the 63rd
  • Joseph Colvin - 14 May 1832 - Hanged at Hobart for aiding and abetting the murder of Patrick Carrigan
  • Elijah Alder - 16 March 1832 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Benjamin Horne at Ross
  • John Towers – 5 June 1832 – Hanged at Hobart for the murder of two hawkers named Patrick Fitzgibbon and John Kellerman on the St Paul's Plains
  • James Fletcher – 5 June 1832 – Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Patrick Fitzgibbon and John Kellerman on the St Paul's Plains[228]
  • Thomas Fleet – 17 October 1832 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted axe murder of William Waring Saxton at Port Arthur
  • William Evans – 17 October 1832 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted knife murder of George Edwards at Granton
  • William Higham - 5 January 1833 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robberies in the Ross area
  • Simon Gowan (Going) - 5 January 1833 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of eight-year-old Mary Ann Bowman at Jericho
  • John Glover - 5 January 1833 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of eight-year-old Mary Ann Bowman at Jericho
  • Robert Dutchess - 5 January 1833 - Hanged at Hobart for bestiality with a mare
  • John Clements ('Jack the Lagger') - 5 January 1833 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery and putting in fear
  • Richard (John) Jones - 15 April 1833 - Hanged at Hobart for bestiality on board the Circassian
  • Thomas Ansell – 1 November 1833 – Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • Jonathan Dark - 1 November 1833 - Hanged at Hobart for burglary in Argyle St
  • William Ward – 10 March 1834 – Hanged at Launceston for burglary
  • Samuel Newman – 10 March 1834 – Hanged at Launceston for burglary
  • Thomas Dawson – 10 March 1834 – Hanged at Launceston for burglary
  • Joseph Deane – 26 March 1834 – Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for robbery at Green Ponds (Kempton)
  • Henry Rutland – 26 March 1834 – Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for robbery at Green Ponds (Kempton)
  • Samuel (a 'man of colour') – 26 March 1834 – Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder at Port Arthur of Chief Constable Richard Newman
  • Joseph Greenwood – 16 April 1834 – Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of Constable Thomas Terry at New Town racecourse.
  • Benjamin Davidson - 17 June 1834 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Ann Howell at Norfolk Plains (Longford)
  • William Hurlock (Hislop) - 17 June 1834 - Hanged at Hobart for aiding and abetting the murder of Ann Howell
  • Henry Street - 17 June 1834 - Hanged at Hobart for aiding and abetting the murder of Ann Howell
  • John Burke – 13 February 1835 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary at Ross
  • William Weston – 13 February 1835 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary at Ross
  • John Ashton – 13 February 1835 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary at Ross
  • Thomas Kirkham – 13 February 1835 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary at Ross
  • John Dunn - 11 August 1835 - Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery of William Evans at Lemon Springs, near Oatlands
  • George Clarke - 11 August 1835 - Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery of William Evans at Lemon Springs, near Oatlands
  • Samuel Hibbill (Hibbell) - 10 March 1836 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Capt. Sibson Bragg, by throwing him overboard the schooner Industry in the Tasman Sea
  • Thomas Harris - 10 March 1836 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Capt. Sibson Bragg, by throwing him overboard the schooner Industry in the Tasman Sea
  • Robert Smith - 10 March 1836 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Capt. Sibson Bragg, by throwing him overboard the schooner Industry in the Tasman Sea
  • Samuel Guillem - 16 March 1837 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Mary Mills at New Norfolk
  • John McKay – first five days of May 1837 – Hanged at Hobart for the 1 April 1837 murder of Joseph Edward Wilson near Perth. His corpse was later gibbeted at Perth.
  • John Gardiner – 10 November 1837 – Hanged at Launceston Gaol for the murder of George Mogg on the Tamar[229]
  • John Hudson – 10 November 1837 – Hanged at Launceston for cutting and maiming with intent to murder Isaac Schofield, the overseer of a chain-gang[230]
  • James Hawes – 10 November 1837 - Hanged at Launceston for burglary and assault on Valentine Soper at Windmill Hill, Launceston
  • Henry Stewart – 10 November 1837 - Hanged at Launceston for burglary and assault on Valentine Soper at Windmill Hill, Launceston
  • James Atterall - 21 June 1838 - Hanged at Hobart for the armed robbery of Vincent's Hotel, Epping Forest
  • James Regan - 21 June 1838 - Hanged at Hobart for the armed robbery of Vincent's Hotel, Epping Forest
  • Anthony Banks - 21 June 1838 - Hanged at Hobart for the armed robbery of Vincent's Hotel, Epping Forest. Banks was the first native-born Vandemonian executed in the colony

1840s[edit]

  • John Riley - 8 June 1840 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of James Matthews in Warwick St. Hobart
  • John Davis - 8 June 1840 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of James Matthews in Warwick St. Hobart
  • George Pettit - 8 June 1840 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of John Paul at York Plains
  • John Martin - 8 June 1840 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of Sergeant George Newman (of the 51st) on board the government brig Tamar
  • John Watson - 30 January 1841 - Bushranger. Hanged at Launceston for the armed robbery of John Holding at Ashby, near Ross
  • Patrick Wallace - 30 January 1841 - Bushranger. Hanged at Launceston for the armed robbery of John Holding at Ashby, near Ross. Wallace and Watson were hangman Solomon Blay's first executions.
  • Joseph Broom - 19 February 1841 - Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery of Joseph Bailey near Campbell Town
  • James McKay - 27 May 1841 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of William Trusson at the Great Lake
  • William Hill - 27 May 1841 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of William Trusson at the Great Lake
  • Patrick Minnighan - 25 June 1841 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of James Travers at Port Arthur
  • Edward Allen - 31 July 1841 - Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Samuel Brewell at Muddy Creek, on the west bank of the Tamar
  • Thomas Dooner - 6 August 1841 - Hanged at Hobart for the armed robbery of Joseph Walker at a hut on the Macquarie River
  • James Broomfield - 25 October 1841 - Bushranger. Hanged at Launceston for armed robbery at Tarleton
  • James Williamson - 4 January 1842 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Thomas Lord at Swanport (Swansea)
  • George Bailey - 4 January 1842 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Thomas Lord at Swanport (Swansea)
  • Henry Belfield - 20 January 1842 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Thomas Broadman at Port Arthur
  • Elijah Ainsworth - 6 June 1842 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of five-year-old Mary Jeffery
  • Thomas Turner - 9 June 1842 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of his wife Hannah at Moonah
  • William Langham - 10 August 1842 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of the Doctor at Port Arthur and the stabbing of a boy named Thomas Cooke
  • Samuel Williams - 27 December 1842 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of James Harkness at Port Arthur
  • James Littleton - 27 December 1842 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Henry Seaton at Broadmarsh
  • Henry Smith - 11 May 1843 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Henry Childs (Childe) at Sandy Bay
  • James Bowtell - 16 May 1843 - Hanged at Hobart for the armed robbery of William Marks on the highway at Dysart
  • Riley Jeffs – 26 July 1843 – Bushranger. Publicly hanged at Launceston for the murder of District Constable William Ward at Campbell Town
  • John Conway – 26 July 1843 – Bushranger. Publicly hanged at Launceston for the murder of District Constable William Ward at Campbell Town
  • John Woolley – 5 April 1844 – Hanged at Hobart for robbery and attempting to kill special constable William Hobart Wells
  • George Churchward – 5 April 1844 – Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • William Thomas – 5 April 1844 – Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • George Bristol – 5 April 1844 – Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • John Walker – 5 April 1844 – Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • Alexander Reid - 24 April 1844 – Hanged at Oatlands for shooting and wounding Constable Murray
  • Thomas Marshall – 24 April 1844 – Hanged At Oatlands for the murder of Ben Smith[231]
  • George Jones – 30 April 1844 – Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery
  • James Platt – 30 April 1844 – Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery
  • Isaac Tidburrow (Tidbury) - 9 July 1844 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of seven-year-old Mary-Ann Gangell
  • Thomas Wicksett - 9 July 1844 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of John Ayres at Port Arthur
  • James Gannon - 7 August 1844 - Hanged at Hobart for a rape committed near Richmond
  • Thomas Smith - 7 August 1844 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of overseer William Perry at Port Arthur
  • James Boyle - 7 August 1844 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of overseer William Perry at Port Arthur
  • Richard Jackson - 1 May 1845 - Hanged at Oatlands for the rape of Elizabeth Davis
  • Anthony Kedge - 8 August 1845 - Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Charles Shepherd between George Town and Low Head
  • Francis Maxfield - 12 August 1845 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of sub-overseer Joseph Ellis at Port Arthur
  • Thomas Gomm – 23 September 1845 – Hanged at Hobart for his part in the murder of Jane Saunders at New Norfolk
  • William Taylor - 23 September 1845 – Hanged at Hobart for his part in the murder of Jane Saunders at New Norfolk
  • Isaac Lockwood – 23 September 1845 – Hanged at Hobart for his part in the murder of Jane Saunders at New Norfolk
  • Eliza Benwell – 2 October 1845 – Hanged at Hobart for aiding and abetting the murder of Jane Saunders at New Norfolk
  • Thomas Gillan - 1 November 1845 - Hanged at Launceston for armed robbery at Breadalbane (Cocked Hat)
  • Michael Keegan (Keogan) - 31 December 1845 - Hanged at Hobart for attempted murder of sub-overseer Joseph Ellis at Port Arthur
  • Job Harris - 31 December 1845 - Hanged at Hobart for his involvement in the pack-rape of a fellow-convict at the Coal Mines, Saltwater River
  • William Collier - 31 December 1845 - Hanged at Hobart for his involvement in the pack-rape of a fellow-convict at the Coal Mines, Saltwater River
  • John Phillips – 4 February 1846 – Hanged at Oatlands for setting fire to the magistrate's oatstacks following a conviction for sly grog selling[232]
  • Daniel McCabe - 24 March 1846 - Hanged at Hobart for cutting and wounding, with intent to kill, Francis Scott at Impression Bay[233]
  • Charles Woodman - 24 March 1846 - Hanged at Hobart for assault and attempted murder of Elizabeth Jones in Davey Street[233]
  • Henry Food - 28 April 1846 - Hanged at Launceston for the armed robbery of Revd Dr Browne
  • Henry Cooper - 13 May 1846 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of Richard Beech at Impression Bay
  • Michael Roach - 24 September 1846 - Hanged at Hobart for wounding with intent to murder catechist Roger Boyle at Port Arthur[234]
  • Michael Lyons - 11 November 1846 - Hanged at Hobart for committing an 'unnatural crime' with a goat at Port Cygnet
  • Peter Kenny - 24 March 1847 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of James Goodall Francis at Battery Point. Kenny, a former Point Puer boy, attacked Francis with a tomahawk while attempting burglary. Francis went on to become Premier of Victoria twenty-five years later
  • William Bennett - 24 March 1847 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of fellow-prisoner Thomas Shand at Port Arthur
  • George Wood - 29 June 1847 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of William Taylor at Port Arthur
  • Charles Benwell – 14 September 1847 – Hanged at Hobart for murder of George Lowe near Bagdad. He was the brother of Eliza Benwell, hanged in 1845.
  • Laban Gower - 23 November 1847 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of Ann Mayfield at Old Beach
  • Hugh Glacken – 25 November 1847 – Hanged at Launceston for bushranging
  • James Hill - 4 January 1848 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of an elderly lady named Alice Martin at Brighton
  • Henry Whelan - 4 January 1848 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Robert Mann at Berriedale
  • James Kennedy - 4 January 1848 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of William Millar at Port Arthur
  • James Connolly - 22 February 1848 - Publicly hanged at Hobart for arson (setting a barn on fire) at Impression Bay.
  • Nathaniel Westerman (Weston) - 4 April 1848 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of fellow-prisoner Joseph Blundell at Port Arthur
  • James Sullivan – 9 May 1848 – Hanged at Oatlands for the attempted murder of Constable James Kelly at Swanston, near Andover[235]
  • Patrick Shea – 9 May 1848 – Hanged at Oatlands for the attempted murder of Constable James Kelly at Swanston[235]
  • James McGough – 9 May 1848 – Hanged at Oatlands for the attempted murder of Constable James Kelly at Swanston[235]
  • John Shale – 9 May 1848 - Hanged at Oatlands for wounding John Connell with intent to murder[235]
  • Thomas Smith – 4 August 1848 – Hanged at Oatlands for stabbing with intent to murder Constable Clough at Jericho[236]
  • Jeremiah Maher – 4 August 1848 – Hanged at Oatlands for stabbing with intent to murder Constable Clough at Jericho[236]
  • Thomas Liner – 8 August 1848 - Hanged at Hobart for the stabbing murder of Hugh Gilmore in Kelly St[236]
  • John Jordan – 7 November 1848 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Zimran Youram at Norfolk Plains
  • Matthew Mahide – 7 November 1848 – Hanged at Launceston for armed robbery at Snake Banks (present-day Powranna)[237]
  • Michael Rogers- 3 January 1849 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Joseph Howard at Port Sorell
  • William Stamford - 3 January 1849 - Hanged at Hobart for the armed robbery of Thomas Lovell at Brushy Plains (Runnymede)
  • John Russell Dickers - 20 March 1849 - Hanged at Hobart for attempted murder of Constable Samuel Withers on the corner of Fitzroy Crescent and Davey St, South Hobart
  • James Holloway - 25 June 1849 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for armed robbery of Edwin Beckett at Prosser's Plains (present-day Buckland)
  • John Stevens – 24 July 1849 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Margaret Buttery at Longford
  • James McKechnie - 31 December 1849 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Francis Sockett in Davey St, Hobart[238]

1850s[edit]

  • John King - 21 March 1850 - Hanged at Hobart for attempted murder of Alexander Smith at Port Arthur
  • James Howarth - 21 March 1850 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of Joshua Jennings at New Town
  • James Mullay - 26 July 1850 - Hanged at Launceston for the murder of fellow-constable John McNamara at Perth[239]
  • Joseph Squires - 26 July 1850 - Hanged at Launceston for the rape of four-year-old Horatio James[239]
  • Christopher Hollis - 24 September 1850 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Thomas Couchman at Bridgewater
  • John Woods - 6 November 1850 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Constable Bernard Mulholland at Franklin
  • Joseph Brewer - 11 February 1851 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Ann Hefford at Campbell Town
  • Thomas Burrows - 13 February 1851 - Hanged at Launceston for the armed robbery of Thomas Parsons at Nile
  • William Parker - 13 February 1851 - Hanged at Launceston for the armed robbery of Thomas Parsons at Nile
  • Henry Hart - 13 February 1851 - Hanged at Launceston for the attempted murder of Harriet Grubb at Cressy
  • Thomas Dalton - 21 March 1851 - Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for highway robbery of William Corrigan at Constitution Hill
  • William Henry Stevens - 25 April 1851 - Convict. Hanged at Oatlands for Assaulting James Moore, being armed with a gun on the high road between Antill Ponds and Tunbridge[240]
  • Buchanan Wilson - 3 May 1851 - Hanged at Hobart for the armed robbery of Patrick Cooney on the Huon Road, two miles out of Hobart
  • George Mackie – 21 July 1851 – Hanged at Oatlands for the murder of Thomas Gilbert at Waters Meeting, near Cranbrook
  • John Crisp – 27 October 1851 – Hanged at Oatlands for Wounding with Intent Constable William Donohoo at Swansea
  • Francis Duke – 31 October 1851 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of William Smith at Fern Tree Hill, near Deloraine
  • James Yardley – 31 October 1851 – Hanged at Launceston for attempted murder of Robert Hudson at Deloraine
  • William Henry Stephens – 25 April 1851 – Hanged at Oatlands for the attempted murder of Thomas Moore at Antill Ponds
  • Thomas Callaghan (Callaher, Gallagher, Collahon, Collohan, Callahan) - 6 October 1851 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of Ann Curtis at Grasstree Hill
  • Michael Conlan - 22 December 1851 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Francis Burt at Franklin
  • Patrick Callaghan - 22 December 1851 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Francis Burt at Franklin
  • William Porter - 29 December 1851 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of William Andrews at Sandy Bay
  • Charles Lockwood - 28 January 1852 - Hanged at Launceston for the attempted murder of William Gaffney at Longford
  • John Castles - 22 June 1852 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of William Hibbard at Kangaroo Point
  • Mary Sullivan - 5 August 1852 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of two-year-old Clara Adeline Fraser in Campbell St. Sullivan was sixteen when she went to the gallows.[241]
  • Patrick McMahon – 28 October 1852 – Hanged at Oatlands for rape of a child
  • John Kilburn - 11 February 1853 - Hanged at Hobart for attempted murder of overseer Charles Weatherall at Pittwater
  • John Wood - 11 February 1853 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Kate Toole in Goulburn St
  • James Dalton – 26 April 1853 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Constable Tom Buckmaster at Avoca
  • Andrew Kelly – 26 April 1853 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Constable Tom Buckmaster at Avoca
  • Samuel Jacobs - 29 April 1853 - Hanged at Launceston for the rape of six-year-old Nathaniel Poole at Deloraine
  • Samuel Maberley - 18 May 1853 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of the Rev Dr Stephen Aldhouse in Church St
  • Francis McManus - 21 June 1853 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of Elizabeth Roscoe on Bruny Island
  • Levi McAlister - 21 June 1853 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of six-year-old Jane Hughes at Bridgewater
  • William Brown (alias Stockton) – 25 October 1853 – Hanged at Launceston for stabbing with intent to murder James Stephens
  • Thomas Kenney – 31 July 1854 – Hanged at Launceston for setting fire to a haystack at Kings Meadows
  • Thomas Hall - 31 July 1854 - Hanged at Launceston for the attempted murder of his wife Jane Hall at Table Cape
  • George Whiley – 3 November 1854 – Hanged at Launceston for the robbery and assault of James Smith near Westbury
  • Peter Connolly – 26 June 1855 – Bushranger. Hanged at Hobart for assault and robbery of William Kearney
  • John "Rocky" Whelan – 26 June 1855 – Bushranger. Confessed to five murders. Hanged at Hobart
  • Edward Heylin – 26 June 1855 – Hanged at Hobart for shooting with intent at Constable Robert Allison in Victoria St, Hobart
  • John Parsons Knights – 26 June 1855 – Hanged at Hobart for burglary of the house of Thomas Nicholson in Victoria St, Hobart
  • John Mellor - 19 Feb 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and attempted murder of Hugh Simpson at St Peter's Pass, near York Plains[242]
  • Thomas Rushton - 19 Feb 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and attempted murder of Hugh Simpson at St Peter's Pass, near York Plains[242]
  • Richard Rowley - 25 June 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of nine-year-old Isabelle Johnson in Brisbane St[243]
  • Michael Casey – 5 August 1856 – Hanged at Oatlands for the attempted murder of John Hewitt at Falmouth
  • George Langridge - 19 September 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of his wife Jane Langridge at Richmond[244]
  • John O'Neill - 19 September 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for assault and robbery of James Rowland at Constitution Dock[244][245]
  • Anthony Clarke - 12 November 1856 - Hanged at Launceston for murder of John Kendall near Deloraine[246]
  • Michael Barry (alias Moloney) - 25 November 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for the assault and robbery of Edward Adams at Old Beach
  • William Woolford - 25 November 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for the attempted murder of Constable William Burton at Port Arthur
  • George Nixon – 3 March 1857 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of fourteen-year-old Henry Chamberlayne at Kingston[247]
  • John Higgins - 12 August 1857 - Hanged at Launceston for the armed robbery of Henry Dales on the Evandale Road near Clairville
  • James Waldron - 12 August 1857 - Hanged at Launceston for the armed robbery of Henry Dales on the Evandale Road near Clairville
  • Alexander Cullen – 18 August 1857 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Betsy Ross in a house behind the Red Lion, Liverpool St
  • Abraham Munday – 27 October 1857 – Hanged at Oatlands for attempted murder by poison of George White at Courland Bay
  • Richard "Long Mick" Ennis – 27 October 1857 – Hanged at Oatlands for the murder of George Sturgeon at Kitty's Corner, near Antill Ponds
  • James Kelly – 28 November 1857 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Coleman O'Loughlin at Avoca
  • Timothy Kelly - 28 November 1857 - Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Coleman O'Loughlin at Avoca
  • William Maher – 28 November 1857 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of his wife Catherine Maher at Brown's River, Kingborough
  • Thomas Callinan - 20 April 1858 - Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Amelia Murray at Three Hut Point
  • Henry Madigan – 5 May 1858 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of his brother John Madigan at Prosser's Forest, Ravenswood
  • Matthew Burns (Breen) – 5 August 1858 – Hanged at Launceston for the rape of three-year-old Eliza MacDonald at Avoca
  • George Young – 5 August 1858 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Esther Scott in High Street Windmill Hill
  • Thomas Gault – 21 December 1858 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for Felonious Assault and Robbery of John Duffy, Isabella Brown and Archibald Stacey at the Mount Nelson Signal Station
  • William Anderson - 31 January 1859 - Hanged at Launceston for the armed robbery of James Chapman at Distillery Creek
  • John McLaughlin - 31 January 1859 - Hanged at Launceston for the armed robbery of George Cooper on Westbury Road
  • William Gibson - 31 January 1859 - Hanged at Launceston for committing sodomy on ten-year-old Tom Gilligan on the road between Fingal and Avoca
  • John King – 16 February 1859 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Rebecca Hall at the Bull's Head, Goulburn Street
  • Peter Haley ("Black Peter") – 16 February 1859 – Bushranger. Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for Shooting with Intent at Richard Propsting on the road between Ross and Tunbridge
  • Daniel ("Wingy") Stewart – 16 February 1859 – Bushranger. Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for Shooting with Intent at Richard Propsting on the road between Ross and Tunbridge
  • William Ferns (alias Flowers) – 16 February 1859 – Bushranger. Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for Shooting with Intent at Richard Propsting on the road between Ross and Tunbridge.
  • William Davis – 16 February 1859 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Andre Cassavant at Black River
  • Robert Brown – 4 May 1859 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the rape of a three-year-old at Triabunna
  • Bernard Donahue – 12 July 1859 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of James Burton near Kingston

1860s[edit]

  • John Vigors – 31 January 1860 – Hanged at Oatlands for Shooting with Intent at John Baker at Ellerslie[248]
  • Henry Baker - 7 February 1860 - Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Ellen Gibson at Sandhill
  • John Nash – 4 May 1860 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of William Iles near Cleveland
  • Julius Baker – 10 May 1860 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for shooting with intent at Port Arthur. Baker was a constable who took money from two prisoners Stretton and Donohue to assist their escape, he then shot them in their attempt
  • Michael Walsh - 29 May 1860 - Hanged at Launceston for the assault and rape of Eleanor Ward at Longford[249]
  • Martin Lydon – 25 September 1860 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the rape of nine-year-old Hannah Norah Handley at Port Cygnet
  • Thomas Ross - 30 January 1861 - Hanged at Launceston for an 'unnatural crime' on a boy named William Saunders at Bishopsbourne
  • John Hailey – 23 May 1861 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of William Wilson at Cullenswood
  • John Chapman – 23 May 1861 – Hanged at Launceston for assault with intent to murder Daniel Webb at Avoca
  • Patrick Maloney – 23 May 1861 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Richard Furlong at Evandale[250]
  • Margaret Coghlan – 18 February 1862 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of her husband John Coghlan in Goulburn St, Hobart, near the corner of Harrington St
  • Charles Flanders - 24 June 1862 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of ten-year-old Mary Ann Riley at Bagdad
  • William Mulligan – 18 November 1862 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the rape and robbery of Johanna Harrbach at Bagdad[251]
  • Hendrick Whitnalder – 20 February 1863 – (Described as a 'little Kaffir'). Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for sodomy with fourteen-year-old Cornwall Collins (Collard)[252]
  • Dennis Collins - 11 August 1863 - Hanged at Launceston for 'an unnatural crime' with seven-year-old Joseph Palmer
  • Robert McKavor – 16 February 1864 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the felonious assault and robbery of Edward Coningsby on the Oatlands Road
  • James Lynch – 23 May 1865 – Hanged at Launceston for the rape of his ten-year-old step-daughter Cathy Nichols at Port Sorell[253]
  • William Griffiths – 2 December 1865 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of eight-year-old George and six-year-old Sarah Johnson at Glenorchy[254]
  • Daniel "Little Dan" Connors – 17 March 1868 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Ellen Moriarty at Longford
  • Patrick Kiely - 17 November 1869 - Hanged at Launceston for the murder of his wife Bridget at Paddy's Scrub, Deloraine

1870 onwards[edit]

  • John Regan (46) – 28 June 1870 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of his sixteen-year-old wife Emma on the Westbury Road
  • Job Smith (55) – 31 May 1875 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the rape of Margaret Ayres, the chaplain's housemaid, at Port Arthur[255]
  • John Bishnahan (46) - 19 November 1877 - Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Thomas Rudge at Evandale
  • Richard Copping (19) – 21 October 1878 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Susannah Stacey at Bream Creek[256]
  • George Braxton (60) – 10 July 1882 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Ellen Sneezwell in York Street[257]
  • James Ogden (20) – 4 June 1883 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of William Wilson at Cleveland
  • James Sutherland (18) – 4 June 1883 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of William Wilson at Cleveland
  • Henry Stock (22) – 13 October 1884 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Elizabeth Kent and her daughter near Ouse[258]
  • Timothy Walker (76) - 10 January 1887 - Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Benjamin Hamilton at Deloraine. Walker was the last transported convict to be executed in Tasmania. This was hangman Solomon Blay's last execution
  • Arthur Cooley (19) – 17 August 1891 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Mary Camille Ogilvy near Richmond
  • Joseph Belbin (19) – 11 March 1914 – Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Margaret Ledwell at Deloraine
  • George Carpenter (27) – 27 December 1922 – Murdered three people at Swansea. Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of his cousin Thomas Carpenter
  • Frederick Thompson (32) - 14 February 1946 - Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of eight year old Evelyn Maughan. The last person executed in Tasmania.[259]

Victoria[edit]

1840s[edit]

  • Tunnerminnerwait – Hanged at Melbourne on 20 January 1842 for the murder of two whalers at Cape Paterson[260]
  • Maulboyheenner – Hanged at Melbourne on 20 January 1842 for the murder of two whalers at Cape Paterson[260]
  • Charles Ellis – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol on 28 June 1842 for "shooting with intent to maim or disable" ("The Plenty Trio")[261][262]
  • Martin Fogarty – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol on 28 June 1842 for "shooting with intent to maim or disable" ("The Plenty Trio")[261][262]
  • Daniel ("Yankee Jack") Jepps – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol on 28 June 1842 for "shooting with intent to maim or disable" ("The Plenty Trio")[261][262][263]
  • Alkepurata ("Roger") – 5 September 1842 – From Port Fairy. Hanged at Melbourne for murder of Patrick Codd at Mount Rouse, Hamilton
  • Jeremiah Connell - 27 January 1847 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Edward Martin at Buninyong[264]
  • Bobby – 30 April 1847 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the killing by spear of Andrew Beveridge at Piangil
  • Ptolemy – 30 April 1847 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the killing by spear of Andrew Beveridge at Piangil[265]
  • John ("Pretty Boy") Healey – 29 November 1847 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Jemmy Ritchie at Tarraville, Gippsland[266][267]
  • Augustus Dancey 19 – 1 August 1848 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Matthew Luck at Stony Creek (Spotswood)[268]

1850s[edit]

  • Patrick Kennedy – 1 October 1851 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his wife Mary at Penshurst[269]
  • James Barlow – 22 May 1852 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder by stabbing William Jones at a boarding house in Flinders Street, Melbourne[270]
  • John Riches (Richie) – 3 November 1852 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Harry Webb in the Black Forest, near Macedon[271]
  • George Pinkerton – 4 April 1853 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Bridget Smith, 8 months pregnant, and her one-year-old son Charles at Brighton[272]
  • Aaron Durant – 11 July 1853 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for robbery with violence and sexual assault of Mr & Mrs John Wright at Bendigo[273]
  • John Smith – 23 August 1853 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Robbery With Violence at Fryer's Creek[274][275]
  • Henry Turner – 23 August 1853 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Robbery With Violence at Fryer's Creek[274][275]
  • William Atkins (or Atkyns) – 3 October 1853 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the robbery of the Private Escort, near Kalkallo[276]
  • George ("Frenchy") Melville – 3 October 1853 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the robbery of the Private Escort[276][277]
  • George Wilson – 3 October 1853 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the robbery of an Escort[276]
  • Patrick O'Connor (or Connor) – 24 October 1853 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the attempted murder of Edward Thompson near Kilmore[278]
  • Henry Bradley – 24 October 1853 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the attempted murder of Edward Thompson near Kilmore[279]
  • Michael Fennessy – 25 October 1853 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of his wife Eliza Fennessy off Little Bourke Street[280][281]
  • Alexander Ram – 25 October 1853 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Kitty Finessy at Prahran[282]
  • John Smith – 25 November 1853 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for being accessory to rape of Mary-Ann Brown on the Goulburn River Diggings[283]
  • Joseph West – 27 December 1853 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for rape of eight-year-old Elizabeth Fraser near Chewton[284]
  • James Button – 28 March 1854 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Shooting With Intent on the Goulburn River Diggings[285]
  • David Magee – 25 April 1854 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of a man named McCarthy on the Avoca River[286]
  • William Thoroughgood – 23 May 1854 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the rape of seven-year-old Sarah Bishop[287]
  • John Hughes – 25 September 1854 – Hanged At Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Abraham Marcus at Yackandandah[288][289]
  • John Gunn – 9 November 1854 – Hanged at Geelong Gaol for the murder of Samuel Harris at Warrnambool[290][291]
  • George (John) Roberts – 9 November 1854 – Hanged at Geelong for attempting to poison George Kelly at Native Creek, near Inverleigh[292]
  • Luke Lucas – 24 November 1854 – Hanged for murder of his wife Mary off Little Bourke Street[293][294]
  • James McAlister – 25 July 1855 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of Jane Jones at the Exchange Hotel, Swanston Street, Melbourne[295]
  • James Condon (alias Arthur Somerville) - 24 November 1855 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Robbery With Violence near Bacchus Marsh[296]
  • John Dixon – 24 November 1855 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Robbery With Violence near Bacchus Marsh
  • Alfred Henry Jackson – 24 November 1855 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Robbery With Violence near Bacchus Marsh
  • James Ross (alias Griffiths) – 22 April 1856 – Hanged at Geelong Gaol for the murder of his son and Eliza Sayer near Horsham[297][298]
  • William Twigham (or Twiggem, alias Lexton)33 – 11 March 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Sergeant John McNally at the Cathcart Diggings, near Ararat[299]
  • Chu-Ah-Luk 30 – 2 March 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Ah Pat at Campbell's Creek[300]
  • James Cornick – 16 March 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of Agnes McCallum (Horne) at Eaglehawk[301]
  • Frederick Turner 22 – 27 April 1857 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Robbery Under Arms on the Flemington Road[302]
  • Thomas Williams – 28 April 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for his part in the murder of Inspector-General John Giles Price[303]
  • Henry Smith (alias Brennan) – 28 April 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for his part in the murder of Inspector-General John Giles Price
  • Thomas Moloney – 28 April 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for his part in the murder of Inspector-General John Giles Price[304]
  • Francis Brannigan – 29 April 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for his part in the murder of Inspector-General John Giles Price
  • William Brown – 29 April 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for his part in the murder of Inspector-General John Giles Price
  • Richard Bryant – 29 April 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for his part in the murder of Inspector-General John Giles Price
  • John Chisley – 30 April 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for his part in the murder of Inspector-General John Giles Price[305]
  • James Woodlock – 1 June 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of Charles Vick in Castlemaine[306][307]
  • Chong Sigh – 3 September 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of Sophia "The Chinawoman" Lewis in a brothel in Stephen Street (Exhibition Street) Melbourne
  • Hing Tzan – 3 September 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of Sophia Lewis in a brothel in Stephen Street (Exhibition Street) Melbourne[308]
  • John Mason – 6 November 1857 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of "Big George" Beynor at Ballan[309]
  • Edward Brown – 1 March 1858 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Robbery With Violence at Ararat Racecourse[310]
  • William Jones – 1 March 1858 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Robbery With Violence at Ararat Racecourse[310]
  • George Robinson – 16 March 1858 – Hanged for the murder of Margaret Brown at Maryborough[311]
  • Edward Cardana (alias John Nelson alias Michael Ferrara) – 19 March 1858 – Hanged at Bendigo for the murder of John Armstrong at Long Gully[312]
  • Owen McQueeny – 20 October 1858 – Hanged at Geelong for the murder of Elizabeth Lowe near Meredith ("The Green Tent Murder")[313]
  • Samuel Gibbs – 12 November 1858 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his wife Anne at Ararat. This execution was botched; the rope snapped tumbling Gibbs to the floor. He had to be carried back up the scaffold and hanged again with a fresh rope.[314][315]
  • George Thompson – 12 November 1858 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Hugh Anderson at Ballarat[316]
  • Edward Hitchcock – 29 November 1858 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his wife Ann at Strathloddon, near Campbell's Creek. This execution was also botched; Hitchcock failed to die and remained struggling on the rope. The executioner had to grab Hitchcock by the knees and use his weight to ensure death.[317]
  • Christian Von Sie (or Von See) – 29 November 1858 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Martin Loemann near Mitiamo[318]
  • Thomas Ryan – 11 April 1859 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Joe Hartwig in the Indigo Valley[319]
  • William ("Plaguey Billy") Armstrong – 12 July 1859 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for shooting with intent, Omeo
  • George ("The Butcher") Chamberlain 24 – 12 July 1859 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for shooting with intent, Omeo[320]
  • Richard Rowley – 26 July 1859 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for violent assault with intent to murder his overseers at the Pentridge Stockade[321]
  • William Siddons – 7 November 1859 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the rape of eight-year-old Mary-Anne Smith at Doctor's Creek, near Lexton[322]
  • Henry Brown – 21 November 1859 – Hanged for murder of George James Tickner at Mount Korong, near Wedderburn[323]

1860s[edit]

  • George Waines -16 July 1860 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Mary Hunt at Casterton[324][325]
  • Edward Fenlow (alias Reynolds) – 20 August 1860 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of George Plummer (alias Gardiner) at Inglewood[326]
  • John McDonald – 30 September 1860 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of his wife Sarah at Ironbark Gully, Bendigo[327][328]
  • William Smith – 22 April 1861 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his wife Ellen near Wangaratta[329]
  • Henry Cooley – 11 July 1861 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of his wife Harriet at Heathcote[330]
  • Nathaniel Horatio Ruby – 5 August 1861 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Joe Watson at the Great Western Reef, Tarnagulla[331]
  • Martin Rice – 30 September 1861 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Anthony Green off Bourke Street, Melbourne[332][333]
  • Thomas Sanders – 31 October 1861 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the rape of Mary Egan at Keilor[334]
  • Samuel Pollett – 29 December 1862 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the rape of his ten-year-old daughter Sarah at Prahran[335]
  • Thomas McGee – 19 February 1863 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Alexander Brown at Maiden Gully[336]
  • James Murphy – 6 November 1863 – Hanged at Geelong for the murder of Senior Constable Daniel O'Boyle at Warrnambool[337]
  • Julian Cross – 11 November 1863 – From Macao. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Robert Scott in the Wappan district (near Mansfield)
  • David Gedge – 11 November 1863 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Robert Scott in the Wappan district (near Mansfield)
  • Elizabeth Scott – 11 November 1863 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of her husband in the Wappan district (near Mansfield)
  • James Barrett (also called Birmingham) – 1 December 1863 - Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Elizabeth Beckinsale at Woodstock
  • Alexander Davis – 29 February 1864 – Hanged at Ballarat Gaol for the murder of George Sims at Smythesdale[338]
  • William Carver (also called Thornby, Foster) – 3 August 1864 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for an attempted bank robbery at Fitzroy
  • Samuel Woods (also called Abraham Salmonie) – 3 August 1864 - Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for Shooting With Intent in an attempted bank robbery at Fitzroy
  • Christopher Harrison – 3 August 1864 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of James Marsh in William St.
  • John Stacey (real name Casey) – 5 April 1865 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of two-year-old Danny Gleeson at South Melbourne[339]
  • Joseph ("Quiet Joe") Brown – 4 May 1865 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Emmanuel "Dodger" Jacobs at the Whittington Tavern, Bourke Street Melbourne[340]
  • Peter Dotsalaere – 6 July 1865 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Catherine Jacobs at 106 LaTrobe Street Melbourne
  • David Young – 21 August 1865 – Hanged at Castlemaine Gaol for the murder of Margaret Graham at Daylesford[341]
  • Thomas ("Yankee Tom") Menard – 28 October 1865 – Hanged at Geelong for the murder of James Sweeney at Warrnambool
  • Patrick Sheehan – 6 November 1865 – Hanged at Beechworth for the murder of James Kennedy at Rowdy Flat Yackandandah
  • Long Poy – 10 March 1866 – Hanged at Castlemaine for the murder of Ah Yong at Emu Flat[342]
  • James Jones – 19 March 1866 – Hanged at Ballarat for the murder of Dr Julius Saenger, committed at Scarsdale[343]
  • Robert Bourke (alias Cluskey) – 29 November 1866 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Harry Facey Hurst at Diamond Creek
  • Denis Murphy – 16 April 1867 – Hanged at Ballarat for the murder of Patrick O'Meara at Bullarook[344]
  • John Kelly – 4 May 1867 – Hanged at Beechworth for sodomy on eighteen-month-old James Strack at Wangaratta[345]
  • William Terry – 31 July 1867 – Hanged at Castlemaine for the murder of a man named Peter Reddick or Redyk on the Coliban near Taradale[346]
  • George Searle – 7 August 1867 – Hanged at Ballarat for the murder of Thomas Burke at Piggoreet
  • Joseph Ballan – 7 August 1867 – Hanged at Ballarat for the murder of Thomas Burke at Piggoreet[347][348]
  • Bernard Cunningham – 31 March 1868 – Confederate Army veteran. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of John Fairweather at Green Gully, near Keilor
  • Joseph Whelan – 31 March 1868 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of farmer Tom Branley at Rokewood
  • John Hogan – 14 August 1868 – Hanged at Castlemaine for the murder of Martin Rooney, committed at Bullock Creek, outside Marong[349]
  • Michael Flannigan (Flannagan) – 31 March 1869 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Sgt Thomas Hull at Hamilton
  • James Ritson – 3 August 1869 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of the Methodist Minister William Hill, who was visiting him at A Division, Pentridge[350]
  • Peter Higgins (alias James Smith) – 11 November 1869 – Hanged at Beechworth for the murder of his wife Elizabeth Wheelahan near Springhurst

1870s[edit]

  • Ah Pew – 23 May 1870 – Hanged at Castlemaine for the murder of nine-year-old Elizabeth Hunt at Glenluce, near Vaughan[351]
  • Patrick Smith – 4 August 1870 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his wife Mary at North Melbourne[352]
  • Andrew Vair (Vere) – 15 August 1870 – Hanged at Ararat for murder of Amos Cheale at St Arnaud[353]
  • James Cusack – 30 August 1870 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his wife Anne at Woods Point[354]
  • James Seery – 14 November 1870 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of August Tepfar at Crooked River, Gippsland[355]
  • James Quinn – 10 November 1871 – Hanged at Beechworth for the murder of Ah Woo, near Myrtleford[356]
  • Patrick Geary – 4 December 1871 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of a shepherd named Thomas Brookhouse near Colac in 1854[357]
  • Edward Feeney – 14 May 1872 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Charles Marks in the Treasury Gardens[358]
  • James Wilkie – 20 May 1872 – Hanged at Castlemaine for the murder of Henry Pensom at Daylesford[359]
  • Samuel Wright – 11 March 1873 – Hanged at Castlemaine for the attempted murder of Arthur Hagan (or Hogan) at Dead Horse Flat, near Eaglehawk[360]
  • Thomas Brady – 12 May 1873 – Hanged at Beechworth for the murder of John Watt ("The Wooragee Murder")
  • James Smith – 12 May 1873 – Hanged at Beechworth for the murder of John Watt ("The Wooragee Murder")[361]
  • Pierre Borbun (Barburn, Borhuu) – 20 May 1873 – Hanged at Castlemaine for the murder of Sarah Smith, the publican's wife at the White Swan Hotel, Sunrise Gully, Kangaroo Flat[362]
  • Oscar (or Hasker) Wallace - 11 August 1873 - Hanged at Ballarat for the rape of Mary Cook at Mount Beckworth, near Clunes[363]
  • Ah Kat (Ah Cat) – 9 August 1875 – Hanged at Castlemaine for the murder of Friedrich Renzelmann at Bet Bet, near Dunolly[364]
  • An Gaa – 30 August 1875 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Pooey Waugh, committed at Vaughan[365]
  • Henry Howard – 4 October 1875 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Elizabeth Wright, licensee of the Frankston Hotel
  • John Weachurch (alias Taylor) – 6 December 1875 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for attempted murder of Warder Patrick Moran[366]
  • John Duffus – 22 May 1876 – Hanged at Castlemaine, having been handed in by his wife for the rape of his eleven-year-old daughter Mary Ann near Goornong
  • James ("Donegal Jim") Ashe – 21 August 1876 – Hanged at Ballarat for the rape of Elizabeth Reece at Burrumbeet[367]
  • Basileo Bondietto – 11 December 1876 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Carlo Comisto near Tallarook[368]
  • William Hastings – 14 March 1877 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his wife Annie near Mount Eliza
  • Thomas Hogan – 9 June 1879 – Hanged at Beechworth for fratricide at Bundalong, near Yarrawonga

1880s[edit]

  • Ned Kelly 25 – 11 November 1880 – Bushranger. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Constable Thomas Lonigan[369]
  • Robert Rohan – 6 June 1881 – Hanged at Beechworth for the murder of John Shea at Yalca[370]
  • Robert Francis Burns – 25 September 1883 – Confessed to eight murders. Hanged at Ararat for the murder of Michael Quinliven at Wickliffe[371]
  • Henry Morgan – 6 June 1884 – Hanged at Ararat for the rape and murder of ten-year-old Margaret Nolan at Panmure[372]
  • James Hawthorn – 21 August 1884 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for fratricide at Brighton[373]
  • William O'Brien – 24 October 1884 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of farmer Peter McAinsh at Lancefield[374]
  • William Barnes – 15 May 1885 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Joe Slack at South Melbourne[375]
  • Charles Bushby (alias Baker) – 3 September 1885 – Hanged at Ballarat for attempted murder of Det Sgt Richard Hyland near Gong Gong[376]
  • Edward ("The Fiddler") Hunter – 27 November 1885 – Hanged at Bendigo Prison for the murder of Jim Power at the Golden Fleece Hotel, Charlton[377]
  • Freeland Morell – 7 January 1886 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murder of fellow sailor John Anderson on the docks at Port Melbourne[378]
  • George Syme – 9 November 1888 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his mother-in-law Margaret Clifford at Lilydale[379]
  • William Harrison – 18 March 1889 – Hanged at Bendigo for the murder of 'Corky Jack' Duggan at Elmore[380]
  • Filipe Castillo - 16 September 1889 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Annie Thornton at North Carlton[381][382]
  • Robert Landells – 16 October 1889 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Peter Sherlock at Chamber's Paddock, about 6 km from Ringwood[383]

1890s[edit]

  • John Thomas Phelan – 16 March 1891 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his de facto wife Ada Hatton at St.James' Place (now Ellis St) South Yarra[384]
  • John Wilson – 23 March 1891 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his fiancée Estella Marks at Darling Gardens, Clifton Hill[385]
  • Cornelius Bourke – 20 April 1891 – Hanged at Ballarat for the murder of an elderly prisoner named Peter Stewart in the gaol at Hamilton[386]
  • Fatta Chand – 27 April 1891 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Juggo Mull at Healesville[387]
  • Frank Spearin (also called John Wilson) – 11 May 1891 – Hanged at Ballarat for the rape of six-year-old Adeline Shepherd at Eastern Oval, Ballarat[388]
  • James Johnston – 18 May 1891 – Hanged at Ballarat Gaol for murdering his wife Mary and their four children in Drummond Street North, Ballarat[389]
  • William Coulston (Colston) – 21 August 1891 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Mary & William Davis at Narbethong[390][391]
  • Frederick Bailey Deeming – Murdered at least six people. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Emily Mather at Windsor – 23 May 1892
  • John Conder – 28 August 1893 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Karamjit Singh near Buchan[392]
  • Frances Knorr – 15 January 1894 – "The Brunswick Baby Farmer" – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of two infants[393]
  • Ernest Knox – 19 March 1894 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Isaac Crawcour while in the act of burglary at Williamstown[394]
  • Fred Jordan – 20 August 1894 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his girlfriend Minnie Crabtree at Port Melbourne[395]
  • Martha Needle – 22 October 1894 – Murdered five people by poison. Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Louis Juncken at 137 Bridge Road Richmond[396]
  • Elijah Cockroft – 12 November 1894 – Hanged at Ballarat for the murder of Fanny Mutt at Noradjuha, near Natimuk[397]
  • Arthur Buck – 1 July 1895 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Catherine Norton at South Melbourne[398]
  • Emma Williams – 4 November 1895 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of her two-year-old son John at Port Melbourne[399]
  • Charles Henry Strange – 13 January 1896 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Fred Dowse at Lakes Entrance[400]
  • Charles John Hall – 13 September 1897 – Hanged at Bendigo for the murder of his wife Minnie at Eaglehawk[401]
  • Alfred Archer – 21 November 1898 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of William Matthews at Strathmerton[402]

1900s to 1920s[edit]

  • William Robert Jones – 26 March 1900 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for murdering eight-year-old Rita Jones at Broadford[403]
  • Albert Edward McNamara – 14 April 1902 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for arson causing death of his four-year-old son Bert at Carlton[404]
  • August Tisler (Sippol) – 20 October 1902 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Edward Sangal at Dandenong[405][406][407]
  • James Coleman Williams – 8 September 1904 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his employer's wife Mary Veitch at O'Grady Street Clifton Hill[408]
  • Charles Deutschmann – 29 June 1908 – Hanged at Ballarat for the murder of his wife Isabella Deutschmann at Dobie, near Ararat[409]
  • Joseph Pfeiffer – 29 April 1912 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for shooting his sister-in-law Florence Whitely at 102 Mills Street, Middle Park[410]
  • John Jackson – 24 January 1916 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Constable David McGrath while in the act of robbing the Trades Hall[411]
  • Antonio Picone – 18 September 1916 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Giuseppe Lauricella at Queen Victoria Market[412]
  • Albert Edward Budd (39) – 29 January 1918 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his foster-sister Annie Samson at Port Melbourne[413]
  • George Farrow Blunderfield – 15 April 1918 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of mother and daughter Margaret & Rose Taylor at Trawool
  • Colin Campbell Ross – 24 April 1922 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the Gun Alley Murder.[414] Posthumously pardoned in 2007, the only instance of a pardon for a judicially executed person in Australia
  • Angus Murray (real name Henry Donnelly) – 14 April 1924 – Hanged at Melbourne Gaol for the murder of Thomas Berriman at Glenferrie Station[415]

1930 onwards[edit]

  • David Bennett – 26 September 1932 – Hanged at Pentridge Prison for the rape of a four-year-old girl at North Carlton (sentenced to death for a similar offence in WA in 1911). The first execution at Pentridge[416]
  • Arnold Sodeman – 1 June 1936 – "The Schoolgirl Strangler" – Confessed to the murder of four girls. Hanged at Pentridge[417]
  • Edward Cornelius – 22 June 1936 – Hanged at Pentridge for the murder of the Reverend Laceby Cecil at St. Saviour's Collingwood ("The Vicarage Murder")[418]
  • Thomas William ("Nugget") Johnson – 23 January 1939 – Hanged at Pentridge for the murder of Chares Bunney and Robert Gray at the former Windsor Castle Hotel, Dunolly[419]
  • George Green – 17 April 1939 – Hanged at Pentridge for the murder of Phyllis and Annie Wiseman at Glenroy[420]
  • Alfred Bye – 22 December 1941 – Hanged at Pentridge for stabbing to death Thomas Walker off Treasury Place[421] Bye took over twenty-two minutes to die.
  • Eddie Leonski – 9 November 1942 – "The Brownout Strangler" – Hanged at Pentridge for the murder of Ivy McLeod, Pauline Thompson & Gladys Hosking at Victoria Avenue, Albert Park, Spring St Melbourne and Gatehouse St Parkville respectively[422]
  • Norman Andrews – 19 February 1951 – Hanged at Pentridge for the murder of 'Pop' Kent[423]
  • Robert David Clayton – 19 February 1951 – Hanged at Pentridge for the murder of 'Pop' Kent[424]
  • Jean Lee – 19 February 1951 – Hanged at Pentridge for the murder of 'Pop' Kent in Dorrit Street Carlton. The last woman executed in Australia[425]
  • Ronald Ryan – 3 February 1967 – Hanged at Pentridge for the murder of Prison Officer George Hodson. The last person executed in Australia.

Western Australia[edit]

Long Island, Houtman Abrolhos[edit]

  • Jeronimus Corneliszoon - 2 October 1629 - Hanged as party to the murder of 125 men, women and children[426]
  • Lenert Michielsz - 2 October 1629 - Hanged as party to the murder of 125 men, women and children[426]
  • Mattys Beijr - 2 October 1629 - Hanged as party to the murder of 125 men, women and children[426]
  • Jan Hendricx - 2 October 1629 - Hanged as party to the murder of 125 men, women and children[426]
  • Allert Janssen - 2 October 1629 - Hanged as party to the murder of 125 men, women and children[426]
  • Rutger Fredericxsz - 2 October 1629 - Hanged as party to the murder of 125 men, women and children[426]
  • Andries Jonas - 2 October 1629 - Hanged as party to the murder of 125 men, women and children[426]

York[edit]

  • Doodjeep – 7 July 1840 – Hanged in chains at the site of the crime, for the murders of Sarah Cook and her 8-month-old child on 18 May 1839 at Norrilong, York[427][428][429]
  • Barrabong – 7 July 1840 – Hanged in chains at the site of the crime for the murders of Sarah Cook and her 8-month-old child on 18 May 1839 at Norrilong, York[427][428][429]

Mullewa[edit]

  • Wangayackoo – 28 January 1865 - Hanged at Butterabby, the site of the crime, for the spearing of Thomas Bott[430][431]
  • Yermakarra – 28 January 1865 - Hanged at Butterabby, the site of the crime, for the spearing of Thomas Bott[430][431]
  • Garolee – 28 January 1865 - Hanged at Butterabby, the site of the crime, for the spearing of Thomas Bott[430][431]
  • Charlakarra – 28 January 1865 - Hanged at Butterabby, the site of the crime, for the spearing of Thomas Bott[430][431]
  • Williakarra – 28 January 1865 - Hanged at Butterabby, the site of the crime, for the spearing of Thomas Bott[430][431]

Kellerberrin[edit]

  • Ngowee - 19 January 1866 - For the murder of Edward Clarkson on 21 August 1865, hanged at the site of the crime, at Dalbercuttin, near Kellerberrin[432]
  • Egup (Condor) - 21 April 1866 - For the murder of Edward Clarkson on 21 August 1865, hanged at the site of the crime, at Dalbercuttin, near Kellerberrin[433]

Roebourne[edit]

  • Cooperabiddy – 20 March 1893 – Hanged for murder of James Coppin, described as a 'half-caste', at the Hamersley Ranges[434]
  • Doulga – 28 December 1896 – Hanged for the murder of John Horrigan at Lagrange Bay on 28 March 1896[435]
  • Caroling – 14 May 1900 – Hanged for the murder of Dr Edward Vines at Braeside station[436]
  • Poeling – 14 May 1900 – Hanged for the murder of Dr Edward Vines at Braeside station[436]
  • Weedabong – 14 May 1900 – Hanged for the murder of Dr Edward Vines at Braeside station[436]

Derby[edit]

  • Lillimara – 21 October 1899 – hanged at Derby Gaol for murder of Thomas Jasper on 17 March 1897 on Oscar Range Station, Fitzroy Crossing[437]
  • Mullabudden – 12 May 1900 – hanged at Derby Gaol for murder of John Dobbie on 12 March 1899 at Mount Broome[438][439]
  • Woolmillamah – 12 May 1900 – hanged at Derby Gaol for murder of John Dobbie on 12 March 1899 at Mount Broome[439]

Halls Creek[edit]

  • Tomahawk – 18 March 1892 – Hanged at Mount Dockerell, the site of the crime, for the murder of William Miller on 26 June 1891[440][441]
  • Dicky – 18 March 1892 – Hanged at Mount Dockerell, the site of the crime, for the murder of William Miller on 26 June 1891[440]
  • Chinaman (Jerringo) – 18 March 1892 – Hanged at Mount Dockerell, the site of the crime, for the murder of William Miller on 26 June 1891[440]

Geraldton[edit]

  • Sing Ong – 29 October 1884 – Hanged for the murder of Chung Ah Foo on 11 May 1884 at Shark Bay[442]

Albany[edit]

  • Peter McKean (alias William McDonald) – 12 October 1872 – Hanged for the murder of William "Yorkie" Marriott on 30 June 1872 at Slab Hut Gully (Tunney), between Kojonup and Cranbrook[443][444]

Perth[edit]

  • Midgegooroo – 22 May 1833 – Executed at the Perth Gaol by firing squad on a death warrant issued summarily by Lieutenant Governor Frederick Irwin, for the murders of Thomas and John Velvick at Bull's Creek on 31 March 1833[445]
  • Mendik – 14 October 1841 – Hanged at the site of the crime for the murder of twelve-year-old John Burtenshaw on the Canning River at Maddington on 16 July 1839[446][447]
  • Buckas (a lascar) – January 1845 – Hanged at Perth for rape on a child under ten years of age[448]
  • James Malcolm – 14 April 1847 – Hanged at the site of the crime, the Burswood Estate (Victoria Park), for highway robbery and murder of Clark Gordon on 6 January 1847[449][450]
  • Kanyin – 12 April 1850 – Hanged at Redcliffe for the murder of Yadupwert at York. This was the first public execution in Western Australia for inter se murder[451]
  • Edward Bishop - 12 October 1854 - Hanged at South Perth for the murder of Ah Chong, a chinaman, at York. Protested his innocence to the end. Three years later William Voss confessed to the crime. Voss was hanged in 1862 at Perth Gaol for the murder of his wife[452][453]
  • Samuel Stanley – 18 April 1855 – Hanged at Victoria Park for the murder of Catherine Dayly on the York Road[454][455]
  • Jacob – 18 April 1855 – Hanged at Victoria Park for the murder of Bijare at Gingin on 25 September 1854[454][455][456]
  • Yoongal – 14 July 1855 – Hanged at Victoria Park for the murder of Kanip at the Hotham River[457]
  • Yandan – 14 July 1855 – Hanged at Victoria Park for the murder by spearing of a ten-year-old girl named Yangerdan near York[457]

Hanged at the Perth Gaol:

  • Bridget Hurford – 15 October 1855 – for the murder of her husband John Hurford at Vasse[458]
  • William Dodd – 15 October 1855 – for the murder of John Hurford at Vasse[458]
  • George Williams – 15 October 1855 – for wounding Warder James McEvoy with a shovel at the Convict Establishment on 26 September 1855[458]
  • John Scott – 14 January 1856 – for the murder of William Longmate at Vasse[459][460]
  • Daniel Lewis (Convict # 2972)- January 1857 - for the rape of Ellen Horton at Woorooloo[461]
  • John Lloyd – 29 October 1857 – for wounding with intent to kill John Brown at Port Gregory in June 1857[462]
  • Richard Bibbey – 17 October 1859 – for the murder of Billamarra at Upper Irwin in March 1859. First European executed for murder of an aboriginal in Western Australia[463]
  • Thomas Airey - 13 October 1860 - for the rape of five-year-old Lydia Farmer at Perth in July. Had been granted ticket-of-leave 4 June 1860.[464][465]
  • John Caldwell - 13 October 1860 - for rape and murder of an aboriginal girl at Champion Bay. A ticket-of-leave man.[466][465]
  • Thomas Clancy – 10 January 1861 – for the rape of seven-year-old Ellen Jane White at Bunbury[467][468]
  • Joseph McDonald – 10 January 1861 – for rape at Toodyay[468][469]
  • Robert Thomas Palin – 6 July 1861 – for robbery with violence of Susan Harding at Fremantle[470]
  • William Voss – 9 January 1862 – for the murder of his wife Mary Moir at York on 11 November 1861[471]
  • Kewacan (Larry) – 24 January 1862 – for the murder of Charles Storey at Jacup on 23 July 1861[472][473]
  • Long Jimmy – 24 January 1862 – for the murder of Charles Storey at Jacup on 23 July 1861[472][473]
  • Narreen – 10 April 1862 – for the murder of an Indigenous girl called Nelly at Victoria Plains[472][474]
  • Eenue – 10 April 1862 – for the murder of an Indigenous girl called Nelly at Victoria Plains[472][474]
  • Finger – 10 April 1862 – for the murder of Charles Storey at Jacup on 23 July 1861[472][474]
  • Thomas Pedder – 21 March 1863 – for the murder of Thomas Sweeny, a shepherd, at Irwin River on 1 December 1862[475][476]
  • John Thomas – 8 September 1863 – for the murder of Duncan Urquhart at Peninsula Farm on 6 June 1863[477][478]
  • Joseph White – 21 October 1863 – for rape of 13 yo Jane Rhodes, at Greenough on 18 August 1863[472][479]
  • Teelup – 21 October 1863 – for the murder of Charles Storey at Jacup on 23 July 1861[472][473]
  • Narrigalt – 18 July 1865 – for the murder of Martha Farling, a 31/2 year-old 'half-caste' girl, near York on 26 May 1865[480]
  • Youndalt – 18 July 1865 – for the murder of Martha Farling, a 31/2 yo 'half-caste' girl, near York on 26 May 1865[480]
  • Nandingbert – 18 July 1865 – for the murder of Quatcull near Albany on 14 May 1865[480]
  • Yardalgene (also called Jackey Howson) – 18 July 1865 – for the murder of Quatcull near Albany on 14 May 1865[480]
  • Daniel Duffy - 11 January 1866 - an escaped convict, hanged for the murder of Edward Johnson on 5 November 1865 at Northam[432]
  • Matthew Brooks - 11 January 1866 - an escaped convict, hanged for the murder of Edward Johnson on 5 November 1865 at Northam[432]
  • Bernard Wootton (also called MacNulty) - 8 October 1867 - an escaped convict, hanged for the attempted murder of Police Sgt. John Moye after his recapture at Murramine, near Beverley. Hanged at Perth Gaol.[481]
  • James Fanning – 14 April 1871 – for the rape of thirteen-year-old Mary Dawes on the Albany Road on 24 November 1870. The first private execution and the last execution for rape in the colony[482][483]
  • Margaret Cody – 15 July 1871 – for the murder of James Holditch, at North Fremantle on 4 March 1871[484]
  • William Davis – 15 July 1871 – for the murder of James Holditch, at North Fremantle on 4 March 1871[484]
  • Briley (Briarly) – 13 October 1871 – for the murder of Charley (Wickin) at Albany[485]
  • Noorbung – 13 October 1871 – for the murder of Margaret Mary McGowan at Boyanup on 30 June 1871[486]
  • Charcoal (Mullandaridgee) – 15 February 1872 – for the murder of Samuel Wells Lazenby at Port Walcott on 7 August 1871[487][488]
  • Tommy (Mullandee) – 15 February 1872 – for the murder of Samuel Wells Lazenby at Port Walcott on 7 August 1871[487][488]
  • Yarradeee – 16 October 1873 – for the murder and cannibalism of three-year-old Edward William Dunn at Yanganooka, Port Gregory on 5 October 1865[489]
  • Muregelly – 16 October 1873 – for the murder and cannibalism of three-year-old Edward William Dunn at Yanganooka, Port Gregory on 5 October 1865[489]
  • Robert Goswell – 13 January 1874 – for murder of Mary Anne Lloyd at Stapelford, Beverley on 1 December 1873[490]
  • John Gill – 4 April 1874 – hanged for the murder of William Foster at Narrogin on 13 February 1874[491]
  • Bobbinett – 22 April 1875 – for the murder of Police Lance-Corporal William Archibald Armstrong near Kojonup on 14 January 1875[492][493]
  • Wanaba (or Wallaby) – 22 April 1875 – for the murder of Tommy Howell (or Moul), a police native assistant, near Yalgoo on 10 July 1874[494]
  • Wandagary – 22 April 1875 – for the murder of Tommy Howell (or Moul), a police native assistant, near Yalgoo on 10 July 1874[494]
  • Kenneth Brown – 10 June 1876 – for the murder of his wife Mary Ann on 3 January 1876 at Geraldton[495]
  • Yarndu – 16 October 1876[496]
  • Chilagorah – 29 April 1879 – for the murder of Pintagorah at Cossack on 31 January 1879
  • Ah Kett – 27 January 1883 – for the murder of Foo Ah Moy, at Cheritah Station, Roebourne on 2 July 1883[497][498]
  • John Collins – 27 January 1883 – for the murder of John King at the Kalgan River near Albany on 2 October 1882[498][499]
  • John Maroney – 25 October 1883 – for the murder of James Watson at Yellenup, Kojonup on 1 May 1883[500]
  • William Watkins – 25 October 1883 – for the murder of James Watson at Yellenup, Kojonup on 1 May 1883[500]
  • Henry Benjamin Haynes – 23 January 1884 – for the murder of his wife Mary Ann Haynes at Perth on 12 October 1883[501]
  • Thomas Henry Carbury – 23 October 1884 – for the murder of Constable Hackett at Beverley on 12 September 1884[502]
  • John Duffy – 28 January 1885 – for the murder of his wife Mary Sultana McGann at Fremantle on 21 November 1884[503]
  • Henry Sherry – 27 October 1885 – for the murder of Catherine Waldock at Quinderring, Williams on 16 September 1885[504]
  • Franz Erdmann – 4 April 1887 – for the murder of Anthony Johnson at McPhee's Creek, Kimberley on 27 October 1886[505]
  • William Conroy – 18 November 1887 – for the murder of John Snook at Fremantle Town Hall on 23 June 1887[506]

Rottnest[edit]

  • Tampin – 16 July 1879 – Hanged for the murder of John Moir at Stokes Inlet on 29 March 1877[507][508]
  • Wangabiddi – 18 Jun 1883 – Hanged for the murder of Charles Redfern at Minni-Minni on the Gascoyne River in May 1882 [509]
  • Guerilla – 18 June 1883 – Hanged for the murder of Anthony Cornish at Fitzroy River on 12 December 1882[510]
  • Naracorie – 3 August 1883 – Hanged for the murder of Charles Brackell at Wandagee on the Minilya River on 31 July 1882 [511]
  • Calabungamarra – 13 June 1888 – Hanged for the murder of a Chinese man, Indyco, at Hamersley Range[512]

Fremantle[edit]

Hanged at the Round House:

  • John Gaven – 6 April 1844 – Hanged for the murder of George Pollard at South Dandalup[513]

Hanged at Fremantle Prison:[514]

  • Long Jimmy (alias Jimmy Long) – 2 March 1889 – A Malay, hanged for the murder of Claude Kerr on board the pearling lugger 'Dawn' at Cossack on 7 September 1888[515]
  • Ahle Pres (alias Harry Pres) – 8 November 1889 – A Singapore Malay, hanged for the murder of Louis, a Filipino, near Halls Creek, on 9 June 1889[516]
  • Ah Chi (alias Li Ki Hong) – 16 April 1891 – Hanged for the murder of Ah Gin at Daliak, York on 3 March 1891[517]
  • Chew Fong – 29 April 1892 – Hanged for the murder of Ah Pang at Meka Station on 23 Dec 1891[518]
  • Lyee Nyee – 29 April 1892 – Hanged for the murder of Ah Pang at Meka Station on 23 Dec 1891[518]
  • Yung Quonk (Young Quong) – 29 April 1892 – Hanged for the murder of Ah Pang at Meka Station on 23 Dec 1891[518]
  • Sin Cho Chi – 29 April 1892 – Hanged for the murder of George E.B Fairhead, at a Mill Stream out-station, near Roebourne[519]
  • Goulam Mahomet – 2 May 1896 – Hanged for the murder of Tagh Mahomet in the mosque at Coolgardie on 10 January 1896[520]
  • Jumna Khan – 31 March 1897 – Hanged for the murder of William Griffiths in High Street, Fremantle on 3 December 1896[521]
  • Pedro De La Cruz – 19 July 1900 – Hanged for the murder of Captain John Arthur Reddell of the brigantine Ethel, his 19-year-old son Leslie, the mate James Taylor, and two crew-members (Ando, who was Japanese, and Jimmy, who was Indigenous), at the La Grange Bay pearling grounds, near Broome, on 19 October 1899[522]
  • Peter Perez – 19 July 1900 – Hanged for the murder of Captain John Arthur Reddell of the brigantine Ethel, his 19-year-old son Leslie, the mate James Taylor, and two crew-members (Ando, who was Japanese, and Jimmy, who was Indigenous), at the La Grange Bay pearling grounds, near Broome, on 19 October 1899[522]
  • Samuel Peters – 9 September 1902 – Hanged for the murder of his wife Trevenna Peters at Leederville on 3 July 1903[523][524]
  • Stelios Psichitas – 15 April 1903 – Greek national, hanged for the rape and murder of his sister-in-law Sophia Psichitas (nee Leadakis) and murder of his 4-month-old nephew Emanuel at Lawlers on 20 December 1902[525]
  • Fredric Maillat – 21 April 1903 – French national, hanged for the murder of Charles Lauffer, at Smith's Mill, Glen Forest, on 4 February 1903[525][526][527]
  • Sebaro Rokka – 7 July 1903 – Hanged for the murder of Dollah and another Malay at Point Cunningham, near Derby on 20 February 1903[528]
  • Ah Hook – 11 January 1904 – Hanged for the murder of Yanoo, a Japanese laundryman, at Carnarvon on 26 August 1903[529]
  • Manoor Mohomet – 4 May 1904 – Hanged for the murder of Meer, an Afghan, at Kensington, near Menzies on 16 November 1903[530]
  • Simeon Espada – 14 December 1905 – Hanged for the murder of Mark Lieblig at Broome on 30 August 1905
  • Charles Hagen – 14 December 1905 – Hanged for the murder of Mark Lieblig at Broome on 30 August 1905
  • Pablo Marquez – 14 December 1905 – Hanged for the murder of Mark Lieblig at Broome on 30 August 1905
  • Antonio Sala – 19 November 1906 – Hanged for the murder of Battista Gregorini at Mt Jackson on 13 September 1906
  • Augustin De Kitchilan – 23 October 1907 – Hanged for the murder of Leah Fouracre at Peppermint Grove Farm, Waroona on 15 or 16 August 1907[531]
  • Harry G. Smith – 23 March 1908 – Hanged for the murder of William John Clinton at Day Dawn on 5 January 1908
  • Iwakichi Oki – 22 October 1908 – Hanged for the murder of James Henry Shaw at West Murray, Pinjarra on 23 August 1908
  • Martha Rendell – 6 October 1909 – Hanged for the murder of her 14-year-old stepson Arthur Morris by poisoning on 8 October 1908, suspected of killing two younger stepchildren
  • Peter Robustelli – 9 February 1910 – Hanged for the murder of Giovanni Forsatti in a lane between Bayley and Woodward streets, Coolgardie on 19 October 1909[532]
  • Alexander Smart – 7 March 1911 – Hanged for the murder of Ethel May Harris at 5 Cowle Street, West Perth on 10 March 1910
  • David H Smithson – 25 July 1911 – Hanged for the rape and murder of 18-year-old Elizabeth Frances Compton at Woodlupine on 13 May 1911
  • Charles Spargo – 1 July 1913 – Hanged for the murder of Gilbert Pickering Jones at Broome on 23 January 1913[533]
  • Charles H. Odgers – 14 January 1914 – Hanged for the murder of Edith Molyneaux at Balgobin, Dandalup on 3 October 1913; also charged with murder of Richard Thomas Williams at Waroona on 14 September 1913[534]
  • Andrea Sacheri (alias Joseph Cutay) - 12 April 1915 – Hanged for the murder of 11-year-old Jean Bell at Marrinup, near Dwellingup, on 12 January 1915[535]
  • Frank Matamin (alias Rosland) – 12 March 1923 – Hanged for the murder of Zareen at Nullagine on 27 August 1922[536]
  • Royston Rennie – 2 August 1926 – Hanged for the murder of John Roger Greville on the train between East Perth and Perth stations on 3 June 1926[537]
  • William Coulter – 25 October 1926 – Hanged for the murders of Inspector John Walsh and Sergeant Alexander Pitman near Boulder on 28 April 1926[538]
  • Phillip J. Trefene – 25 October 1926 – Hanged for the murders of Inspector John Walsh and Sergeant Alexander Pitman near Boulder on 28 April 1926[538]
  • John Sumpter Milner – 21 May 1928 – Hanged for the rape and murder of 11-year-old Ivy Lewis at Darkan on 28 February 1928[539]
  • Clifford Hulme – 3 September 1928 – Hanged for the murder of Harold Eaton Smith at Wubin on 22 June 1928[540]
  • Antonio Fanto – 18 May 1931 – Hanged for the murder of Cosimo Nesci (sometimes Nexi, Xesci) at Latham on 20 March 1931[541]
  • John Thomas Smith (Snowy Rowles) – 13 June 1932 – Hanged for the murder of Louis George Carron near the 183 mile gate on the No. 1 Rabbit-proof fence, near Youanmi, on or about 20 May 1930
  • Karol Tapci – 23 June 1952 – Hanged for the murder of Norman Alfred Perfect at Wubin on 17 March[542]
  • Robert Jeremiah Thomas – 18 July 1960 – Hanged for the murder of taxi-driver Keith Mervyn Campbell Wedd at Claremont on 22 June 1959. Also charged with the murder of John and Kaye O'Hara in Jimbell St, Mosman Park.[543][544][545]
  • Mervyn Fallows – 6 June 1961 – Hanged for the rape and murder of 11-year-old Sandra Dorothea Smith at North Beach on or before 29 December 1960[545]
  • Brian William Robinson – 20 January 1964 – Hanged for the murder of Constable Noel Ileson at Belmont on 9 February 1963[545]
  • Eric Edgar Cooke – 26 October 1964 – Hanged for murder of John Lindsay Sturkey at Nedlands on 27 January 1963[545]

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