Author Topic: The trial and execution of Oswald Augustus Grey 1962. Any living memories?  (Read 1706 times)

frederick

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Do you have anything on the Garrison lane vendetta.
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Scipio

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Do you have anything on the Garrison lane vendetta.


Frederick I haven't got anything on that at all, but if you put a search in there is a write up by Carl Chinn no less in the Birmingham Mail dated 18/3 2014 , I hope this helps
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Thanks for that Scipio, I'll follow up with Mr Owen, see what I find.

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Thanks for that Scipio, I'll follow up with Mr Owen, see what I find.


Shim , What i did see there was four women that disputed Mr Grey being there , the accusing finger came from Cecilia Gibbs .
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Re: The trial and execution of Oswald Augustus Grey 1962. Any living memories?
« Reply #26 on: October 03, 2021, 12:47:22 AM »
My dad said that a shop keeper was killed and he was questioned about it ,but they found that a dark skinned man did it so luckily dad wasn't the last man hanged

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Re: The trial and execution of Oswald Augustus Grey 1962. Any living memories?
« Reply #27 on: October 03, 2021, 06:26:37 PM »
My dad said that a shop keeper was killed and he was questioned about it ,but they found that a dark skinned man did it so luckily dad wasn't the last man hanged


Welcome Nan25girls , I hope you enjoy the forum , I must say I think the comment about your Dad was strange .
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