British Executions

Thomas Nash


Sex: male

Crime: murder

Date Of Execution: 1 Mar 1886

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Method: unknown

Executioner: unknown


Thomas Nash was a  labourer employed by Swansea Corporation, who was convicted at Cardiff Assizes on 9 February for the murder of his six year old daughter, whom he killed by throwing her off a pier into the sea. He was visited in the condemned cell by his other daughter but his wife refused to see him. He was hanged by James Berry in Cardiff on the 1st March 1886.