Exterior of Bridewell Prison, c.1903
Exterior view of Bridewell Prison, West 26th Street and California Avenue, c. 1903. Photographer: Unknown Source: Chicago Historical Society (DN-0000314) .
Marshalsea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The prison occupied two locations, the first c. 13291811, and the second 1811 1842. The image above is of the first Marshalsea in the 18th century. Location .
Sligo Jail - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sligo Jail or Sligo Prison, (Irish: Príosún Shligigh) founded as Sligo Gaol is a . within the prison was a Mr. Doherty of Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim in 1903 who . The last time this Bridewell was used was circa 1959 for a youth remanded on a . a b c d e f Down Gallows Hill: An illustrated history of Sligo from 1245 to .
HM Prison Holloway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Holloway Prison c.1896 . It was opened in 1852 as a mixed prison, but due to growing demand for space for female prisoners became female-only in 1903.
Prisons in Norfolk - Norfolk Record Office
Surgeons of County Gaol and of the various Bridewells (C/S 4). Bridewell, dated . Description of the Bridewell in 1868: 'The County Prison, which w erected in 1787 . Quarter Sessions books, 1903-1959 (ACC Howard, Killin and. 2. Quarter .
bridewell prison cook county illinois
[Bridewell prison, new cellhouse during construction, looking across a drive toward . and Illinois Street included separate . Exterior of Bridewell Prison, c. 1903 .
HM Prison Wandsworth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
HM Prison Wandsworth is a Category B men's prison at Wandsworth in the London Borough of . It is operated by Her Majesty's Prison Service and is the largest prison in London and one of the . George Chapman (18651903); George Johnson Armstrong (19021941); Duncan . a b c Norrish, Mike (3 November 2011).
London Metropolitan Archives - c.ancestry.com
C 1903-1909. BRIDEWELL CHAPEL. CITY OF LONDON. ON ANCESTRY. CITY OF LONDON. C 1670-1812 M 1671-1818 B 1667-1812. BROADWAY CHAPEL .
KELLUM, JOHN - Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
KELLUM (Killum, Killam), JOHN, labourer and criminal; b. c. . for assault, in the Halifax bridewell (workhouse), the institution that preceded the city prison of 1860 . Between 1857 and 1903 he went to jail about a hundred times, usually for such .