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Executed - Australian Islands and Territories

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Persons executed under the laws of Australia in Territories and on Islands. Please also add profiles to the geni project Hangings if executed in that fashion.

Norfolk Island

  • Peter McLean – 14 December 1800 – Irish convict and political prisoner, hanged without trial for conspiracy to mutiny
  • John Houlahan – 14 December 1800 – Irish convict and political prisoner, hanged without trial for conspiracy to mutiny
  • 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
  • Jospeph 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

Cooking Pot Uprising

Hanged for mutiny and killing police runner Stephen Smith, and convict constables John Morris, John Dinon and Thomas Saxton, on 1 July 1846, known as the "Cooking Pot Uprising"

  • William Westwood (Jackey Jackey) – 13 October 1846 wiki
  • John Davis – 13 October 1846
  • Samuel Kenyon – 13 October 1846
  • Dennis Pendergast – 13 October 1846
  • Owen Commuskey – 13 October 1846
  • Henry Whiting – 13 October 1846
  • William Pearson – 13 October 1846
  • James Cairnes – 13 October 1846
  • William Pickthorne – 13 October 1846
  • Lawrence Kavenagh – 13 October 1846 wiki
  • William Scrimshaw – 13 October 1846
  • Edward McGuinness – 13 October 1846.

Northern Territory

  • 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 and Jan Novotny – 8 August 1952 – Hanged at Fannie Bay Gaol for the murder of Darwin taxi-driver George Thomas Grantham.

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