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Persons executed under the Australian Law in the State of Tasmania. Please also add profiles to the geni project Hangings if executed in that fashion.

Tasmania - incomplete

  • Thomas England - about Mar 1806 - Hanged at Port Dalrymple for theft of pork from government stores at Port Dalrymple
  • James Keating - 14 April 1806 - Hanged at Hobart for theft of pork from government stores at Port Dalrymple
  • 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 Steel - 25 May 1815 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging
  • 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
  • George Gray - 11 June 1818 - Hanged at Hobart for murder of John Evans (real name Charles Bell) at York Plains
  • William Trimm - 11 June 1818 - 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
  • Edward Brady - 28 April 1821 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • James Flynn - 28 April 1821 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • Joseph Potaski - 28 April 1821 - Hanged at Hobart for robbery
  • 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.
  • John Williams - 25 April 1822 - Publicly hanged at the Cascade end of Macquarie Street, Hobart, for sheep stealing.
  • 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")
  • 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 - September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for killing a steer with intent to steal
  • Arthur Dicker - September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for killing a steer with intent to steal
  • Thomas Taylor - September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for the murder of John Street
  • Luke Fowler - September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for the murder of John Street
  • Charles Kimberley - September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for the murder of Judith Burke
  • Matthew Stephenson - September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for robbery and putting in fear
  • John Twiggs - September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for robbery and putting in fear
  • James Crawford - September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for robbery and putting in fear
  • John Bimms - September 1824 - Hanged at George Town for robbery and putting in fear
  • Job Corfield – 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
  • William 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
  • James Rowles – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for robbing his employer John Dunn's shop, Elizabeth St
  • Timothy Swinscow – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for robbing Mrs. Till at New Norfolk
  • William Wickens – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for robbing Mrs. Till at New Norfolk
  • George Farquharson – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing at Jericho
  • Robert Cable – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing from the Sherwin flock on the Clyde
  • Thomas Savell – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing from David Lord in the Pitt Water district
  • John Davis – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing from David Lord in the Pitt Water district
  • John Cruitt – 18 September 1826 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep-stealing from David Lord in the Pitt Water district
  • 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 at 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • John Conhope - 17 December 1827 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of a six-year-old
  • 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
  • Philip Large - 15 February 1829 - Hanged at Launceston for rape
  • 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
  • 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
  • John Mayo – 11 January 1830 – Hanged at Hobart Gaol for the murder of James Bailey at Macquarie Harbour
  • 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
  • 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
  • Samuel Killen – 26 February 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing
  • John Jones – 26 February 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for sheep stealing
  • Joseph Fogg – 26 February 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for an unnatural crime
  • Thomas Goodwin – 26 February 1830 – Hanged at Hobart for cutting the throat of Ann Hamilton with intent to kill
  • 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.
  • Edmund Daniels - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging. (Convict, Asia 3rd)
  • John Dighton - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging. (Convict - Earl St Vincent)
  • James Child - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging. (Convict - Chapman 2nd)
  • Andrew Bates - 14 May 1830 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging. (Convict - Phoenix)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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
  • Edward Broughton (28) - 5 August 1831- Hanged at Hobart for absconding from Macquarie Harbour; whilst 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; whilst on the run he had murdered and cannibalised William Coventry and two others
  • 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 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • John Hudson – 10 November 1837 – Hanged at Launceston for cutting and maiming with intent to murder Isaac Schofield, the overseer of a chain-gang
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Daniel McCabe - 24 March 1846 - Hanged at Hobart for cutting and wounding, with intent to kill, Francis Scott at Impression Bay
  • Charles Woodman - 24 March 1846 - Hanged at Hobart for assault and attempted murder of Elizabeth Jones in Davey Street
  • 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 a catechist named Boyle at Port Arthur
  • 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 whilst 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 Shard 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
  • 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 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
  • Patrick Shea – 9 May 1848 – Hanged at Oatlands for the attempted murder of Constable James Kelly at Swanston
  • James McGough – 9 May 1848 – Hanged at Oatlands for the attempted murder of Constable James Kelly at Swanston
  • John Shale – 9 May 1848 - Hanged at Oatlands for wounding John Connell with intent to murder
  • Thomas Smith – 4 August 1848 – Hanged at Oatlands for stabbing with intent to murder Constable Clough at Jericho
  • Jeremiah Maher – 4 August 1848 – Hanged at Oatlands for stabbing with intent to murder Constable Clough at Jericho
  • Thomas Liner – 8 August 1848 - Hanged at Hobart for the stabbing murder of Hugh Gilmore in Kelly St
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • James McKechnie - 31 January 1849 - Hanged at Hobart for the murder of Francis Sockett in Davey St, Hobart
  • 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 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
  • John Stevens – 24 July 1849 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Margaret Buttery at Longford
  • Christopher Hollis - 25 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
  • 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 Armed Assault on one James Moore
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Thomas Rushton - 19 Feb 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for bushranging and attempted murder of Hugh Simpson at St Peter's Pass, near York Plains
  • Richard Rowley - 25 June 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for the rape of nine-year-old Isabelle Johnson in Brisbane St
  • 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
  • John O'Neill - 19 September 1856 - Hanged at Hobart for assault and robbery of James Rowland at Constitution Dock[214]
  • Anthony Clarke - 12 November 1856 - Hanged at Launceston for murder of John Kendall near Deloraine[216]
  • 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
  • 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
  • John Vigors – 31 January 1860 – Hanged at Oatlands for Shooting with Intent at John Baker at Ellerslie
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Hendrick Whitnalder – 20 February 1863 – (Described as a 'little Kaffir'). Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for sodomy with fourteen-year-old Cornwall Collins (Collard)
  • 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
  • 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
  • Daniel Connor – 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • George Braxton (60) – 10 July 1882 – Hanged at Launceston for the murder of Ellen Sneezwell in York Street
  • 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
  • Timothy Walker (76) - 10 January 1887 - Hanged at Campbell Street Gaol for the murder of Benjamin Hamilton at Deloraine. 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.

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