Prisoners Sentenced to the Death Penalty
|Keywords||courts | viscounts | Prisoners | criminals | death penalty | executions|
|Category||D-States Departments and Administrations|
|Level of description||Series|
D/AV/A Enforcement Functions. The Viscount's Department is required to execute, enforce and carry out orders of the Courts (and duties imposed by Law) as effectively, efficiently and speedily as possible, this includes the collection of fines, receipts of bail moneys and enforcement of maintenance orders.
D/AV/A1/1 Correspondence between R R Lempriere, Viscount and H G Pierrepoint concerning the execution of Thomas Connan, includes; receipts from E Le Neindre, Watches, Clocks, Jewellery Repairs, 13, Hilgrove Lane used as evidence in the case, papers found on Connan at the time of his arrest, photographs of the gallows at Newgate Street Prison, inquest verdict on the body of Thomas Connan and instructions on the building of a gallows and carrying out of the execution and papers concerning the imprisonment of Conan's sister, Marie Françoise Le Guen. 1906 - 1907