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National hero of Scotland executed at Smithfields London 23 August 1305.
Elizabethan mariner executed in Old Palace Yard London, 29 October 1618.
Member of the Gunpowder Plot executed in Old Palace Yard London 31 January 1606.
Scottish queen executed in Fotheringhay Castle Northamptonshire, 8 February 1587.
Saint and lawyer executed on Tower Hill for refusing to swear to the Act of Supremacy, 6 July 1535.
Wife of Henry VIII executed on Tower Green 19 May 1536.
Wife of Henry VIII executed on Tower Green 13 February 1542.
Uncrowned queen of England executed on Tower Green 12 February 1554.
WWII fascist and traitor executed in Wandsworth Prison 19 December 1945.
Duke of Norfolk executed on Tower Hill for his part in the Ridolfi Plot to depose Elizabeth I, 2 June 1572.
Earl of Essex executed on Tower Green for rebelling against Elizabeth I, 25 February 1601.
Chief Minister to Henry VIII from 1532, executed on Tower Hill 28 July 1540.
Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633, executed on Tower Hill 10 January 1645.
Roman Catholic conspirator who plotted to overthow and murder Elizabeth I, executed at St Giles Field London 20 September 1586.
Nortorious favourite of Edward II executed for treason in Hereford 24 November 1326.
First Protestant Archbishop of Canterbury, burned at the stake in Oxford 21 March 1556.
Jesuit priest and Roman Catholic martyr hanged, drawn and quartered at Tyburn London 1 December 1581.
Admiral controversially executed for 'failing to do his utmost' in preventing Minorca falling to the French, 14 March 1757.
Highwayman known for his mythological overnight ride from London to York, hanged in York 7 April 1739.
Pretender to the throne of Henry VII, hanged at Tyburn London 23 November 1499.
British consul and Irish nationalist executed for treason in Pentonville Prison London 3 August 1916.
Duke of Somerset and Protector of England during the minority of Edward VI, executed for felony on Tower Hill 22 January 1552.
Duke of Northumberland who attempted to make his daughter-in-law Jane Grey queen, executed for treason on Tower Hill August 22 1553.
Translator and printer of the bible into English, executed in Brussels Belgium c. 6 October 1536.
Earl of March and lover of Queen Isabella who deposed Edward II, executed at Tyburn London 29 November 1330.
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