Warwick. Cape Road, Warwick Prison, officers

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Date:1909 - 1911 (c.)

Description:The Governor of Warwick prison, Mr D'Eath, seated in the centre, on his left, is the Chaplain to the prison, the Rev. Hall, who died in 1912.

The staff at His Majesty's Prison, Warwick on 26th November 1907, the last year in which Captain D'Eath was governer. They are from left to right, starting on the back row: Williams, Light and Northwood. Next row: Holmes and ? Machise. On the third row: Walters, Tomlinson, Collins, Fitzgerald, Deavall, Page, Lea, Gilkes, Clearn and Heard. Next row: Hides, Corbridge, Russell, Parsons, Tyler, Matthews and Boyden. Next row: Miss Symes and Miss Dempster, Carr, Denton, Stevenson, Martin, Heales, Holland (cook) Palmer and C.Winston (organist). On the front row are: Miss Madeley (matron) E.Arbury,(clerk) M.G.H.Master (storekeeper) Reverend A.M.Stephens (chaplain) Captain R.H.D'Eath (governor) Reverend A.Hall (Roman Catholic chaplain) Dr H. Tibbits (medical officer) P.Piggott (clerk) and E.J.Nickisson (school master).


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Source: Heritage and Culture Warwickshire, Warwickshire County Council

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