A selection of prisoners who were held in the Tower of London during the month of March
Mr Nicholas and Mr Pitt - prisoners
On 15th March 1559 both men were put on the rack and questioned about their part in the Robbery of the Widow Bate in St Ellyn's London
Thomas Blunt - prisoner
3rd March 1820 Thomas Blunt was imprisoned in the Byward Tower within the Tower of London, for his part in the Cato Street conspiracy, he was later taken to Newgate prison where he was hanged on 1st May 1820
James Ings - prisoner
On 3rd March 1820 James Ings was imprisoned in the St Thomas Tower within the Tower of London for his part in the Cato Street Conspiracy, he was later taken to Newgate prison where is he hanged on 1st May 1820
John Coigly alias James O'Coigly was imprisoned in the Tower on 6th March 1789 accused of high treason for maintaining traitorous correspondence with the French. He was executed in Peneden on 8th June 1789.