EXECUTIONS IN THE TOWER OF LONDON

There were two primary places for execution within the Towers grounds
Tower Hill which was a marked place for execution in the Northwest of the the Tower of London. The present day it is notable for being the site of the Tower hill memorial. public executions of high-profile traitors and criminals were often carried out on tower hill

 
Tower Green was  a space within the Tower of London, a royal castle in London, where two English queens consort and several other British nobles were executed by beheading. It was considered more dignified for nobility to be executed away from spectators, and queens Anne Boleyn, Catherine Howard and Lady Jane Grey were among the nobility beheaded here.

TIME-LINE OF EXECUTIONS IN THE TOWER OF LONDON

DATE                                       EVENT
 
1381
  • 14TH JUNE SIMON SUDBURY WAS EXECUTED
  • Simon was bishop of London, and crowned Richard II England
  • He had been lord chancellor of England
  • Simon was dragged to Tower Hill,beheaded after eight blows to his neck His body was afterwards buried in Canterbury Cathedral,
1388
  • SIR SIMON DE BURLEY WAS IMPEACHED FOR TREASON BY THE COMMONS AND EXECUTED
  • Simon had been constable of Dover castle between 1384-88 and Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports 1384–1387
  • He was an influential men in the court of king Richard II of England
  • treason
1397
  • 21ST SEPTEMBER RICHARD FITZALAN WAS BEHEADED.
  • Richard was the 5th or 11th Earl of Arundel and 9th Earl of Surrey
  • He was a military commander.
  • Richard was a descendant, Henry III England
  • At the coronation of Richard II, Richard Fitzalan carried the crown
  • He was was buried in the church of the Augustin Friars, Bread Street, London.
  • 23RD FEBRUARY SIR THOMAS TUDDENHAM WAS CHARGED WITH TREASON AND BEHEADED ON TOWER HILL
  • He had served as Steward of the Duchy of Lancaster, and Keeper of the Great Wardrobe
  • On the 12th February 1462, Thomas had been imprisoned in the Tower of London
     
  • 25TH FEBRUARY JOHN DE VERE WAS BEHEADED FOR CONVICTED OF HIGH TREASON
  • He was the 12th Earl of Oxford
  • He Was A Lancastrian Loyalist During The Latter Part Of His Life
1470
  • 18TH OCTOBER JOHN TIPTOF WAS CAPTURED BY THE LANCASTRIANS AND BEHEADED AT THE TOWER OF LONDON
  • John was the 1st Earl of Worcester
  • He was the known as "The Butcher Of England
  • He had been Lord High Treasurer 1452–1455 & 1461–1463
  • John was also Lord High constable of the Tower of London for Life and deputy governor of Ireland 1461–1467
     
1478
  • 18TH FEBRUARY GEORGE PLANTAGENET RUMOURED TO BE BEEN DROWNED IN A BUTT OF MALMSEY WINE
  • George was the 1st Duke of Clarence, 1st Earl of Salisbury, 1st Earl of Warwick
  • George was the brother to Edward IV, Richard III England
  • George was the father to last plangent, Margaret Pole
  • He imprisoned in the tower of London and put on trial for treason against his brother Edward IV
     
1483
  • 13TH JUNE WILLIAM HASTINGS WAS BEHEADED AT TOWER GREEN FOLLOWING ACCUSATIONS OF TREASON BY KING RICHARD III
  • He was the 1st Baron Hastings and Lord Chamberlain 1461–1470 & 1471–1483
  • William was a loyal follower of the House of York
  • He was close friend and one of the most important courtiers of King Edward IV
1495
  • 16TH FEBRUARY SIR WILLIAM STANLEY WAS CONVICTED OF TREASON AND EXECUTED FOR HIS SUPPORT OF THE PRETENDER PERKIN WARBECK.
  • William English soldier and the younger brother of Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby, Thomas was step-father to king Henry VII of England.
  • William Stanley fought in The Wars of The Roses. He is best known for his action at the Battle of Bosworth, where he decisively attacked the Yorkists under Richard III England helping to secure Henry VII victory.
  • William was Lord Chamberlain 1485–1494
1497
  • 28TH JUNE JAMES TUCHET, WAS EXECUTED FOR BEING A A LEADING REBEL IN THE 1ST CORNISH REBELLION OF 1497
1499
  • 28TH NOVEMBER EDWARD PLANTAGENET, WAS EXECUTED FOR TREASON ON TOWER HILL
  • Edward was the son of George Plantagenet and Isabel Neville
  • He was the nephew of the late Richard III and Edward IV of England and first cousin to Queen consort Elizabeth of York.
  • Edward was drawn into the (willingly or unwillingly) in a plot to escape with Perkin Warbeck.
1502
  • 6TH MAY SIR JAMES TYRRELL AS CHARGED WITH TREASON
  • He is known for allegedly confessing to the murders of the Princes in the Tower under Richard III orders.
  • The Queen consort Elizabeth of York. the sister of Edward V and Richard Duke of York, was present throughout Tyrrell's trial.
  • James was  buried at the church of the Austin Friars, London.
1510
  • 17TH AUGUST EDMUND DUDLEY WAS EXECUTED AFTER BEING CHARGED WITH THE CRIME OF CONSTRUCTIVE TREASON
  • Edmund served as Speaker of the House of Commons and President of the King's Council
  • He was also the grandfather of Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester, and Guildford Dudley, husband of the nine day Queen the Lady Jane Grey. Edmund was the father of John Dudley Duke of Northumberland.
1521
  • 17TH MAY 17TH MAY EDWARD STAFFORD WAS CONVICTED OF TREASON, AND EXECUTED
  • Edward was the 3rd Duke of Buckingham
  • He was the son of Catherine Woodville (sister of Queen consort Elizabeth Woodville) and Henry Stafford.
  • Jasper Tudor whom was uncle to Henry VII of England. was Edward's step-father.
  • Edward had been Lord High Constable 1504–1521
  • He had became suspected of potentially treasonous actions and King  Henry VIII authorised an investigation. The King personally examined witnesses against him, gathering enough evidence for a trial.
1535
  • 22ND JUNE JOHN FISHER WAS EXECUTED FOR FOR REFUSING TO ACCEPT THE KING AS SUPREME HEAD OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND
  • John was Cardinal and Bishop of Rochester
  • He had been chaplain and confessor to Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby, mother of King Henry VII of England.
 
  • 6TH JULY SIR THOMAS MORE WAS EXECUTED AFTER REFUSING TO TAKE THE OATH OF SUPREMACY, HE WAS CONVICTED OF TREASON
  • Thomas was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance humanist.
  • He was also a councillor to King Henry VIII and Lord High Chancellor of England from October 1529 to 16 May 1532
1536
  • 17TH MAY SIR FRANCIS WESTON WAS EXECUTED FOR ACCUSED OF HIGH TREASON AND ADULTERY WITH ANNE BOLEYN,
  • He had been a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber,
  • Francis had been created Knight of the Bath at the coronation of Anne Boleyn in 1533
 
  • 17TH MAY GEORGE BOLEYN WAS EXECUTED ACCUSED OF INCEST WITH HIS SISTER ANNE DURING THE PERIOD OF HER TRIAL FOR HIGH TREASON
  • He was also known as 2nd Viscount Rochford
  • George was the brother of Anne Boleyn, Queen consort of King Henry VIII of England
  • George was also Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports 1534–1536
 
  • 17TH MAY SIR WILLIAM BRERETON WAS EXECUTED FOR TREASON AND ADULTERY WITH ANNE BOLEYN.
  • William was the as a Groom of the Privy Chamber to King Henry VIII
  • The allegation against William Brereton, who had been arrested on 4th May was that Anne solicited him on 16th November 1533, and misconduct took place on 27th November
  • 19TH MAY ANNE BOLEYN WAS EXECUTED AT TOWER GREEN: BY THE SWORD FOR HIGH TREASON AND ADULTERY
  • Anne was Queen consort King Henry VIII of England
  • She  was the mother of Elizabeth 1st of England.
  • The Future Queen Catherine Howard, was Anne's first cousin through her mother's blood line.
1537
  • 30TH JUNE THOMAS DARCY, WAS EXECUTED ON TOWER HILL
  • He was the 1st Baron Darcy of Darcy or of Temple Hurst,
  • Thomas was was opposed to the Dissolution of the Monasteries and for his role in the Pilgrimage of Grace, was convicted
  • He had been a Privy Councillor 1513, Warden of the East and Middle Marches 1511,Constable of Bamburgh Castle 1498 .
1538
  • 9TH DECEMBER HENRY COURTENAY WAS EXECUTED BY THE SWORD FOR HIS INVOLVEMENT IN THE SO-CALLED EXETER CONSPIRACY.
  • Henry was 1st Marquess of Exeter, 2nd Earl of Devon
  • He was a grandson of King Edward IV, a  nephew of the Queen consort, Elizabeth of York and a first cousin of King Henry VIII of England
  • Henry was found guilty because of his correspondence with Cardinal Reginald Pole in Rome
1539
  • 3RD MARCH SIR NICHOLAS CAREW WAS EXECUTED FOR HIS ALLEGED PART IN THE EXETER CONSPIRACY.
  • When he was six years of age, he was placed in the household of the young King Henry VIII of England, and shared the King's education.
1540
  • 28TH JULY THOMAS CROMWELL, WAS ARRAIGNED UNDER A BILL OF ATTAINDER AND EXECUTED FOR TREASON AND HERESY ON TOWER HILL
  • He was also known as the 1st Earl of Essex
  • Thomas was a English lawyer and statesman who served as chief minister to King Henry VIII of England
  • He had been Chancellor of the Exchequer 12th April 1533– 10th June 1540 and Principal Secretary April 1534– April 1540
 
1541
  • 27TH MAY MARGARET POLE WAS EXECUTED AT TOWER GREEN: FOR TREASON
  • Margaret was the daughter of George Plantagenet and Isabel Neville, as well as sister to Edward Plantagenet 17th Earl of Warwick
  • Margaret wasa first cousin once removed to King Henry VIII of England
  • She was the mother of Reginald Pole Cardinal, Archbishop of Canterbury
 
 
  • 28TH JULY LEONARD GREY WAS EXECUTED FOR OF HIGH TREASON,
  • He was 1st Viscount Grane or Graney and known as Lord Leonard Grey
  • Leonard was accused of allowing the escape of his sister Elizabeth's son, the young Gerald FitzGerald to France in 1539, which he strenuously denied.
  • Leonard had served as Lord Deputy of Ireland from 1536 to 1540.
1542
  • 13TH FEBRUARY CATHERINE HOWARD WAS EXECUTED AT TOWER GREEN: ON THE GROUNDS OF TREASON FOR COMMITTING ADULTERY WHILE MARRIED TO HENRY.
  • Catherine was the the fifth wife of Henry VIII
  • Catherine was first cousin to the late Queen consort Anne Boleyn
 
  • 13TH FEBRUARY JANE BOLEYN WAS EXECUTED AT TOWER GREEN: FOR HIGH TREASON AND INVOLVEMENT IN QUEEN CATHERINE HOWARD INDIRECTIONS
  • She had also be known as Viscountess Rochford
  • Through the Beaufort family, Jane was a distant cousin of King Henry VIII
  • Jane had been a member of the household of Henry's first wife Katherine of Aragon and went on to be Lady-in-waiting to Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour and Catherine Howard
  • Jane had been the wife of George Boleyn, brother to the late Queen consort Anne Boleyn. George was executed for treason in 1536.
  • Jane became insane during her time of imprisonment, so was condemned to death by an Act of Attainder
1547
  • 18TH JANUARY HENRY HOWARD, WAS EXECUTED ON A CHARGE OF TREASONABLY QUARTERING THE ROYAL ARMS.
  • He was one of the founders of English Renaissance poetry.
  • Henry was the son of Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk and the farther of Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk
  • Henry was He was a first cousin of both Queen Anne Boleyn and Queen Catherine Howard, second and fifth wives of King Henry VIII
  • He was brought-up at Windsor Castle with Henry FitzRoy, 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset
1549
  • 20TH MARCH THOMAS SEYMOUR, WAS EXECUTED FOR THIRTY-THREE CHARGES OF TREASON.
  • Thomas was 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley as well as Uncle to King Edward VI of England and brother to the late Queen consort Jane Seymour.
  • Thomas had married the Queen Dowager Catherine Parr and also had allegations against him for inappropriate relations with the princess Elizabeth (Future Elizabeth 1st of England)
1552
  • 22ND JANUARY EDWARD SEYMOUR, WAS EXECUTED FOR FELONY
  • Edward's was the 1st Duke of Somerset , he was also uncle to King Edward VI and Lord Protector to the realm.1547–1549 and brother to the late Queen consort Jane Seymour.
  • 26TH FEBRUARY SIR RALPH VANE WAS HANGED ON TOWER HILL
  • Ralph he was put on his trial on the treasonable charge of conspiring to kill various privy councillors.
 
  • 26TH FEBRUARY SIR MICHAEL STANHOPE WAS BEHEADED ON TOWER HILL
  • Michael was convicted of conspiring to assassinate John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland
  • Anne Stanhope the wife of the previous Lord Protector Edward Seymour and Aunt to King Edward VI of England, was Michael's half sister
 
  • 26TH FEBRUARY SIR THOMAS ARUNDELL WAS BEHEADED AFTER BEING CHARGED WITH CONSPIRING TO OVERTHROW THE GOVERNMENT AND MURDER THE EARL.
  • He was Custos Rotulorum of Dorset bef. 1547–1552
1553
  • 22ND AUGUST JOHN DUDLEY, WAS EXECUTEDFOR HIGH TREASON
  • He was the 1st Duke of Northumberland and Lord President of the Council 1550–1553
  • He was executed for for his role of Lady Jane Grey in the succession crisis of 1553.
  • John was the father of Robert Dudley, the known favourite of Queen Elizabeth 1st England, Also the father of Guildford Dudley the husband to the Lady Jane Grey
     
  • 22ND AUGUST SIR THOMAS PALMER WAS EXECUTED FOR HIGH TREASON
  • Thomas He was a gentleman-usher to King Henry VIII in 1519, and at the Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520
  • He was was executed for his support of Lady Jane Grey in the succession crisis of 1553.
  • When it came he came to his turn on the scaffold, covered with the blood of those who had just been beheaded, he made a speech in which he said that he died a Protestant.
 
 
  • 22ND AUGUST SIR JOHN GATES WAS EXECUTED FOR HIGH TREASON
  • He was was executed for his support of Lady Jane Grey in the succession crisis of 1553.
  • John had been Vice-Chamberlain of the Household and Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 1551–1553
1554
  • 12TH FEBRUARY LADY JANE GREY WAS EXECUTED AT TOWER GREEN:FOR HIGH TREASON
  • Jane was Queen of England for nine-day (10th July -19th July 1553) After when she was imprisoned in the Tower of London until her death.
  • Jane was great-grandfather to Henry VII of England
  • After Jane's fathers role in the Wyatt Rebellion, Jane was considered to big a threat to the crown of England and was executed.
 
  • 12TH FEBRUARY LORD GUILDFORD DUDLEY WAS EXECUTED FOR HIGH TREASONABLE
  • Guildford was the husband of the Lady Jane Grey (Nine Day Queen)
  • John Dudley who had been Lord President of the Council and executed in August 1553 was Guild ford's father,
  • After Guildford and his wife's trial in November 1553, they were condemned to death for high treason Queen Mary I was inclined to spare their lives, but Thomas Wyatt's rebellion against Mary's plans to marry Philip of Spain led to the young couple's execution.
 
  • 1ST MARCH SIR ANTHONY KNYVETT WAS EXECUTED FOR HIS ROLE IN THE WYATT'S REBELLION
  • Anthony had been Lieutenant of the Tower of London
  • He is also mentioned in Foxe's Book of Martyrs for refusing to continue torturing the Protestant Anne Askew on the rack
 
 
  • 11TH APRIL SIR THOMAS WYATT THE YOUNGER WAS EXECUTED FOR BEING A LEADER IN THE WYATT REBELLION
  • He was the son of Thomas Wyatt the poet
1572
  • 2ND JUNE THOMAS HOWARD, WAS EXECUTED FOR TREASON
  • Thomas was the 4th Duke of Norfolk, Earl of Surrey and Baron Mowbray
  • He was the son of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey and as second cousin of Queen Elizabeth I
  • In 1569,Queen Elizabeth imprisoned him for scheming to marry Mary, Queen of Scots.
  • Thomas also , participated in the Ridolfi plot with King Philip II of Spain to put Mary on the English throne and restore Catholicism in England that which led to his execution.
1601
  • 25TH FEBRUARY ROBERT DEVEREUX, WAS EXECUTED AT TOWER GREEN: AFTER BEING CHARGED WITH TREASON.
  • Robert was 2nd Earl of Essex
  • His maternal great-grandmother Mary Boleyn was a sister of Anne Boleyn, the mother of Queen Elizabeth I, making him a first-cousin-twice-removed of the Queen. Robert's step-father was Robert dudley the known favourite of Queen Elizabeth 1st.
  • Robert had been Master of the Horse 1587–1601,Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1599.Master-General of the Ordnance
    1597–1601
  • He was the second Chancellor of Trinity College, Dublin, serving from 1598 to 1601
 
  • 18TH MARCH SIR CHRISTOPHER BLOUNT WAS BEHEADED ON TOWER HILL FOR HIGH TREASON. FOR BEING A LEADING PARTICIPANT IN THE ESSEX REBELLION
  • He was an was an English soldier, secret agent, and rebel as well as serving as a leading household officer of Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester.
  • After the Earl of Leicester's death he married the Dowager Countess, Lettice Knollys, mother of Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex.
1615
  • 20TH SEPTEMBER SIR GERVASE HELWYS WAS HANGED AFTER BEING FOUND GUILTY OF COMPLICITY IN THE MURDER OF SIR THOMAS OVERBURY
  • He was also known as also known as Jervis Yelwys
  • Gervase had been a was a Lieutenant of the Tower of London
1631
  • 14TH MAY MERVYN TUCHET WAS CONVICTED OF RAPE AND SODOMY AND WAS EXECUTED.
  • He was the 2nd Earl of Castlehaven and Baron Audley
  • Mervyn had been knighted by King James I of England  in 1608
  • He had married Elizabeth Barnham, a sister-in-law of the philosopher and scientist Francis Bacon,
  • Mervyn was publicly accused of raping his wife and committing sodomy with two of his servants
     
1641
  • 12TH MAY THOMAS WENTWORTH FOR IMPEACHED AND CHARGED WITH TREASON.
  • He was the 1st Earl of Strafford, Baron Wentworth, Baron Raby.
  • Thomas was Lord Deputy of Ireland 1633–1640
  • Thomas trial started on March 22nd 1641. Wentworth defended himself with skill and he was found not guilty of treason.
    King Charles 1st of England, had a serious problem with signing Strafford's death warrant as a matter of conscience, especially as he had explicitly promised Stafford that, no matter what happened, he would not die.
  • He was executed before a crowd estimated, probably with some exaggeration, at 300,000
1645
  • 10TH JANUARY WILLIAM LAUD WAS EXECUTED UNDER A BILL OF ATTAINDER OF HIGH TREASON
  • He was Archbishop of Canterbury
  • William was accused of being an Arminian and opponent of Calvinism, as well as covertly favouring Roman Catholic doctrines he had been confined in the Tower of London since 1641.
  • He was was buried in the chapel of St John's College, Oxford
1651
  • 22ND AUGUST CHRISTOPHER LOVE WAS EXECUTED BY THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT FOR PLOTTING WITH THE EXILED STUART COURT.
  • He had became involved in a plot to restore Charles II as the king of England.
  • In May 1651, he was ordered to be arrested on charges of high treason and was confined to the Tower of London.
1658
  • 8TH JUNE REV'D. DR. JOHN HEWETT WAS EXECUTED FOR TREASON AS A ROYALIST.
  • In 1643 he had served as a chaplain to Charles 1st of England.
1662
  • 14TH JUNE SIR HENRY VANE WAS BEHEADED FOR TREASON
  • He had been the 6th Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony 25th May 1636– 17th May 1637
  • Henry  served on the Council of State that functioned as the government executive during the Interregnum, but split with Cromwell over issues of governance and removed himself from power when Oliver  Cromwell dissolved Parliament in 1653 . He returned to power during the short-lived Commonwealth period in 1659–1660,
  • Henry was arrested when Charles II returned to power.
  • In a court proceeding in which he was denied counsel and the opportunity to properly prepare a defence, he was convicted by a partisan jury.
     
1683
  • 7TH DECEMBER ALGERNON SIDNEY WAS BEHEADED AFTER BEING FOUND GUILTY OF TREASON
  • He was was later charged with plotting against King Charles II of England, in part based on his work, Discourses Concerning Government,
  • Algernon was republican political theorist, colonel, and commissioner of the trial of King Charles 1st of England, he opposed the king's execution.
  • He had been Member of Parliament for Cardiff 1645–1653
     
1685
  • 15TH JULY JAMES SCOTT WAS EXECUTED FOR HIGH TREASON AND BEING THE LEADER IN MONMOUTH REBELLION.
  • He was the 1st Duke of Monmouth, 1st Duke of Buccleuch
  • James was the the eldest illegitimate son of King Charles II of England,
  • james had been Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire 1677–1679, Commander-in-Chief of the Forces 1674–1685 and Master of the Horse 1674–1679
1716
  • 14TH FEBRUARY JAMES RADCLYFFE WAS BEHEADED ON TOWER WAS BEHEADED ON TOWER HILL FOR TREASON.
  • He was was an English Jacobite and the 3rd Earl of Derwentwater
  • James was brother of Charles Radclyffe
1746
  • 18TH AUGUST WILLIAM BOYD WAS EXECUTED AFTER BEING FOUND GUILTY OF HIGH TREASON.
  • William was the 4th Earl of Kilmarnock
  • William was involved in the The Jacobite rising of 1745 "The Year of Charles") refers to the attempt by Charles Edward Stuart, also known as "Bonnie Prince Charlie" or "the Young Pretender" to regain the British throne for the House of Stuart.
  • He was sentenced to be hung, drawn and quartered, but because of the level of his rank his sentence was commuted to beheading.
  • William had been Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Scotland 1742–1743
 
  • 18TH AUGUST ARTHUR ELPHINSTONE WAS EXECUTED FOR HIS INVOLVED IN THE THE JACOBITE RISING OF 1745
  • He was the 6th Lord Balmerino
  • He had been tried before Parliament, along with William Boyd, 4th Earl of Kilmarnock
     
1747
  • 9TH APRIL SIMON FRASER WAS EXECUTED AFTER BEING CONVICTED OF TREASON AGAINST THE CROWN
  • Simon was 11th Lord Lovat nicknamed 'The Fox',
  • Simon had been a supporter of the House of Hanover, but in 1745 he changed sides and supported the Stuart claim on the crown of the United Kingdom
  • He was the last man in Britain to be executed by beheading, although beheading was not formally abolished in UK law until 1973.
1776
  • 8TH DECEMBER CHARLES RADCLYFFE WAS BEHEADED ON TOWER HILL
  • He was the 5th Earl of Derwentwater,
  • Charles mother Mary Tudor was the Illegitimate daughter of King Charles II of England by his mistress, Mary "Moll" Davies, an actress and singer.
  • Charles joined the Jacobite rising of 1715 and after being captured at Preston both were tried in London on charges of treason and condemned to death.
1914
  • 6TH NOVEMBER CARL HANS LODY WAS SHOT AT DAWN BY A FIRING SQUAD AT THE TOWER OF LONDON
  • Carl was a reserve officer of the Imperial German Navy who spied in the United Kingdom in the first few months of the First World War.
  • Carls was the first execution there in 167 years. His body was buried in an unmarked grave in East London.
1915
  • 30TH JULY WILLEM JOHANNES ROOS WAS EXECUTED BY A FIRING SQUAD OF THE SCOTS GUARDS.
  • He was a was a Dutch World War I spy for Germany
 
  • 30TH JULY HAICKE PETRUS MARINUS JANSSEN WAS EXECUTED BY A BY A FIRING SQUAD OF THE SCOTS GUARDS AFTING BEING FOUND GUILTY OF ESPIONAGE CHARGES
  • He had been a bookkeeper in Amsterdam before he became a sailor
1941
  • 15TH AUGUST JOSEF JAKOBS WAS EXECUTED BY MEANS OF BEING SHOT BY A MILITARY FIRING SQUAD AFTER CONVICTED OF ESPIONAGE UNDER THE TREACHERY ACT 1940,
  • Josef the last person to be executed at the Tower of London
  • He was a German Spy.

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