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Prisoners at the Tower of London in November
 
 
A selection of prisoners who were held in the Tower of London during the month of November
 
 
Carl Hans Lody - prisoner
Carl Hans Lody - prisoner
Carl Hans Lody was a German Spy who was captured and then imprisoned in the Tower of London overnight on 5th November 1914 while he awaited execution. He was executed on 6th November 1914 by firing squad in the East Casemates rifle range within the Tower. http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showpdf.php?id=12283
Egremont Radcliffee
Egremont Radcliffe was imprisoned in the Tower on 11 November 1573 for his part in the Northern Rebellion. He was later banished in 1578. http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Documents/NorthernRebellion.htm
Egremont Radcliffee
William Talboys - prisoner
William Talboys - prisoner
William Talboys was a squire of William de la Pole and imprisoned in the Tower on 28th November 1447 for offending Lord Cromwell in the Star Chamber. He was released after paying £3,000 to Lord Cromwell. William Talboys was later knighted in February 1461. http://www.luminarium.org/encyclopedia/delapole.htm
Perkin Warbeck - prisoner
Perkin Warbeck claimed he was Rochard, Duke of York, the brother to King Edward V. He was captured in October 1497 and imprisoned in the Tower on 28th November 1497. He was later released into milder custody at Westminster which he escaped from on 9th June 1498. http://www.luminarium.org/encyclopedia/perkinwarbeck.htm
Perkin Warbeck - prisoner
Serjent fferrour - prisoner
Serjent fferrour - prisoner
Serjent fferrour was imprisoned in the Tower on 28th November 1497 for supporting Perkin Warbeck's claim to being Richard Duke of York. Serjent fferrour was hanged, drawn and quartered at Tyburn on 4th December 1497. http://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Hanged,_drawn_and_quartered.html
Andrew se Moray
Andrew de Moray was Scots prisoner of war. Was in custody 6th November 1297 when granted an allowance of 4 pence per day. http://www.bbc.co.uk/legacies/myths_legends/scotland/s_ne/
Andrew se Moray
Nicholas de Staunton
Nicholas de Staunton
Nicholas de Staunton was imprisoned on 26th November 1306 on an order to be kept until otherwise http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75998ordered.
Sir John de Mowbray
Sir John de Mowbray was Scots prisoner of war. Was in custody 6th November 1297 when granted an allowance of 4 pence per day. Delivered from the Tower to York on 16th July 1299
Sir John de Mowbray