Well known to the police, John Notley was described as being of a restless, wandering disposition. Rough with his hands and lacking respect for anyone. After fleeing Bristol following a terrible betrayal to his family, he is apprehended in Bournmouth and that's when he starts his Fatal journey.
Exclusive story about a Bristol policeman who was only doing his duty when he was killed in an ambush.
This podcast has been specially edited from a Bradley Stoke Radio show in Bristol, England.
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Find My Past
Western Daily Press - Saturday 20 April 1895
Clifton and Redland Free Press - Friday 02 September 1898
Bristol Times and Mirror - Tuesday 25 May 1909
Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Friday 28 May 1909
CE, 9, 11 Aug. 1920; CWN, 14 Aug. 1920; Thomas Barry’s WS 430, 7-9 (BMH); Seámus O’Mahony’s WS 730, 6-7 (BMH); David O’Callaghan’s WS 950, 8 (BMH).
‘The Irish Rebellion in the 6th Division Area’, Irish Sword, 27 (Spring 2010), 137; Abbott (2000), 110; Duane (2012), 146.
Londonderry Sentinel - Tuesday 10 August 1920
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