Documentary evidence suggests that this is the site of gallows, known as 'gallows knob', where criminals were hanged from a wooden structure. The period of use is unknown. The site is at the west end of Mill Lane, Cubbington.
The site of a lock up or prison dating to the Imperial period. It was owned by the Dean and Chapter of Worcester, and is marked on a tithe award map of 1842. It was situated off Church Street, Shipston on Stour.
Documentary evidence suggests that this was the site of a Medieval pillory, a wooden frame through which the head and hands of the offender were clamped, inviting ridicule. The site is at the intersection of High Street and Sheep Street. Stratford upon Avon.
The site of a Post Medieval prison or gaol. It was situated 200m south west of the church at Willoughby.
The site of the village stocks at Henley in Arden, in which the hands and/or feet of the offender would have been locked as a punishment. The stocks date back to at least the Imperial period, and were located near the Market Cross.
Loxley village Medieval/Post Medieval stocks in which the offender's hands and/or feet would have been locked as punishment. The stocks have been deposited inside the church. Their original position in unknown.
The site of stocks in which the offender's hand and/or feet were locked as a punishment. The stocks at Warwick Market Hall were replaced in the early 19th century by stocks on wheels which were used until 1872, for drunkenness.
The site of stocks, in which the offender's wrists and/or ankles were held as a punishment. They dated to the Imperial period, and were located at the junction of Bridge Street and School Lane, Kenilworth. They were later moved to Borrowell Lane.
The site of stocks, in which an offender's wrists and/or ankles were held as a punishment. These stocks, which dated to the Imperial period were earlier sited in Bridge Street. This site was in Smalley Place in front of the Police Station.
Wooden stocks dating to the Post Medieval period, in which an offender's wrist's and/or ankles were locked as a punishment. The original site of these stocks is unclear. They were restored in 1957 and are now at The Saxon Mill public house just north of Warwick.