Event    From 1650  To 1850

transportation to Australia

Categories: Law, Transport

Countries: Australia

One of the (many) supposed origins of the word 'pom' for an Englishman, is that convicts were branded with the initials of 'Prisoner of Millbank'.

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transportation to Australia

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Millbank Prison - Atterbury Street

This historic bollard was presented by the City of Westminster to the Royal...

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Millbank Prison - Australia

This historic bollard was presented by the City of Westminster, London, Engla...

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Millbank Prison - Riverside Walk

London County Council Near this site stood Millbank prison which was opened i...

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Tolpuddle Martyrs at Copenhagen Fields

Copenhagen Fields From this site on 21st April 1834 thousands marched in sup...

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Tolpuddle Martyrs mural

A modern information board informs that the mural was painted by Dave Bangs i...

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Other Subjects

Sir Tasker Watkins

Sir Tasker Watkins

Soldier and judge. Born at 9 Station Terrace, Nelson, Glamorgan. In Normandy, he led an assault on a German machine-gun post. After all the other officers were killed in the approach, he continued ...

Person, Armed Forces, Law, France, Wales

1 memorial
Stephen Lushington

Stephen Lushington

Doctor of Civil Law, judge, MP, supporter of the campaigns for the abolition of slavery and of capital punishment.  Born Berkshire.  Died Surrey.

Person, Law, Politics & Administration, Race Issues

1 memorial
Lieutenant Francis Victor Robinson

Lieutenant Francis Victor Robinson

Francis Victor Robinson was a son of Charles Sydney Robinson (1849-1913) and Marian Emma Robinson née Dent 1850-1901). His birth was registered in the 1st quarter of 1883 in the Barnet registration...

Person, Armed Forces, Law, Egypt

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Alfred George Marten

Alfred George Marten

Son of Robert Giles Marten. Admitted to Inner Temple in 1852 and became a QC, County Court Judge and knighted in 1896. MP for Cambridge. Was Treasurer of the Temple in 1893. Died St Leonard's on Sea.

Person, Law, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Clink prison

Clink prison

The Clink Prison is the name given to all the prisons that have stood on a number of sites in this vicinity. The first prison in 1127 was a cellar in the Palace of the Bishop of Winchester, and the...

Building, Law

2 memorials