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  John Alan West - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Evans lodged with Allen and his wife in Preston, and was also found to have a watch inscribed to West in his pocket.
When Allen and Evans were tried together at Manchester Crown Court in June 1964, the charge against them was capital murder because West's murder had been committed in the course of theft.
Gwynne Owen Evans was hanged by the executioner Harry Allen at Manchester's Strangeways Prison at 8.00 a.m.
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 Last executions in the UK
Evans was found to have a watch inscribed to West in his pocket.
Allen and Evans were both tried together at Manchester Crown Court in June 1964, for the capital murder of John West (murder in the course or furtherance of theft).
Gwynne Owen Evans was hanged at Manchester's Strangeways Prison on 13 August 1964.
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 The Ultimate Crime
Evans was lodging with Allen and his wife in Preston and the pair were picked up by police within 48 hours.
On Saturday 22 March 1873, Evans went to his father's house which was directly opposite his own, and said his wife had locked up and left, taking the key with her.
Evans was located, found to be in possession of her key, and was seen to be wearing trousers with faint blood stains.
www.real-crime.co.uk /Murder1/doce.htm   (3981 words)

  
 History of Capital Punishment
In fact since 1945 three people have received posthumous pardons: Timothy Evans in 1966 and in 1998 both Mahood Mattan and Derek Bentley.
Peter Anthony Allen, aged 21, was hanged in Walton gaol, Liverpool and Gwynne Owen Evans, aged 24, was hanged in Strangeways, Manchester.
It was the start of a process which led to Evans being granted a posthumous free pardon in October 1966.
www.stephen-stratford.co.uk /capital_hist.htm   (1205 words)

  
 Hang19
1: Gwynne Owen Evans was hanged on the 13 August 1964 at Strangeways Prison.
Evans had been convicted of murderering 53 year old John Alan West whilst carrying out a robbery with his accomplice Peter Anthony Allen.
Evans and Allen were the last men to be hanged in Britain.
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 Walton prison, Liverpool
He and 24 year old Gwynne Owen Evans had been convicted of the murder of John West, a laundry man, in the course of robbing him in his home at Workington in April 1964.
When police interviewed the person named she gave them the full name and address of Evans who was then arrested.
It transpired that Evans had worked with John West and had decided to go and see him to try and borrow some money from him.
www.richard.clark32.btinternet.co.uk /walton.html   (3981 words)

  
 No alla Pena di Morte - NO to the Death penalty  - Comunità di Sant'Egidio
The Government also abolished corporal punishment as a court sentence in the Turks and Caicos, although it remains legal in schools.
The last people executed in Britain were murderers Peter Allen and Gwynne Owen Evans, who were hanged on August 13, 1964 for the murder of a milkman, a few months before the death penalty was abolished.
Britain's so-called "Bloody Code" imposed the death penalty for 200 offences in the early 19th century, including "strong evidence of malice" in children, sacrilege, buggery and consorting with gypsies for more than a month.
www.santegidio.org /pdm/news2002/06_11_02_b.htm   (351 words)

  
 Carmarthenshire Gleanings,Kidwelly
Edward Owen, and published as an appendix to the evidence which he gave before the Royal Commission on Land in Wales and Monmouthshire.
It is true that Bishop Morgan Owen placed an effigy of the Virgin in the porch of St. Mary's, Oxford; but it is extremely doubtful that he would have dared inculcate the duty of doing obeisance to it, even if he thought it right to do so.
Laud's ideal was that of a unified National Church, and whoever worked earnestly for the realization of it found favour in his sight; hence his patronage of Vicar Prichard.
www.kidwellyhistory.co.uk /Articles/Gleanings.htm   (10209 words)

  
 Austin IMC: newswire/18720
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 Time Line
The executions of Peter Anthony Allen and Gwynne Owen Evans took place at the same time.
Allen at Liverpool and Evans at Manchester Prisons.
Both men were found guilty of the murder of a Workington man and sentenced to death by hanging.
www.history.uk.com /timeline/index.php?date=1964   (149 words)

  
 Read about Gwynne Owen Evans at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Gwynne Owen Evans and learn about Gwynne Owen Evans ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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Gwynne Owen Evans (real name John Robson Walby) was 24 years old when on 13 August 1964 he became one of the last two people in
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This compromise legislation - the Homicide Act 1957 - followed growing public disquiet over the hangings of Timothy Evans in 1950, Derek Bentley in 1953 and Ruth Ellis - the last woman executed - in 1955.
They were convicted of the murder of John Alan West, a milkman, while robbing him in his house on 7 April 1964.
Parliament then voted to abolish the death penalty for murder for a five-year experiment in 1965.
www.amnesty.org.uk /action/camp/dp/intro/uk.html   (1036 words)

  
 abolish
on the 13th of August 1964 in Walton and Strangeways prisons (in Liverpool and Manchester) when Peter Anthony Allen and Gwynne Owen Evans (real name John Robson Walby) were hanged for the murder of John West, a laundry man, in the course of robbing him.
The last death sentence was passed, over a year later, on the 1st of November 1965, upon David Stephen Chapman, for a murder committed during the course of a robbery.
They had all been murdered by Evan's landlord, John Reginald Halliday Christie (who had given evidence against Evans at his trial).
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 Articles - Capital punishment in the United Kingdom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
1950: Timothy Evans is hanged on 9 March at Pentonville for the murder of his baby daughter at 10 Rillington Place, north-west London.
A fellow inhabitant at the same address, John Christie, later found to be a sexual serial killer, gave key evidence against Evans.
1964: On 13 August at 8am Peter Anthony Allen, at Walton Prison in Liverpool, and Gwynne Owen Evans, at Strangeways Prison in Manchester, are both executed for the murder of John Alan West becoming the last persons executed in Britain [3].
gaple.com /articles/Capital_punishment_in_the_United_Kingdom?...   (2660 words)

  
 Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center: newswire/23219   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
However, the evidence has shown that they are the world's leading devil worshippers acting as if they believe they are self-privileged to operate a giant worldwide orwellian 'animal farm'.
In order to print more dollars though "at cost and bearing interest", they retrieve much of it back in every year through an unconstitutional federal income tax enforced by the IRS who reserves the right to seize your property - while subverting the 4th amendment.
As the story goes, tragically, *exactly* "11" years to the hour of his speech when his son is now the president, Flight "11" impacts the world's largest freestanding structure shaped like an "11".
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 Printable Version   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Eliminated from the commissioner race were incumbent Harold Gambill (582), Bill Jones (525), Lloyd Leon­;ard (471), David "Chris" Ran­;kin (425), Earl Volkman (286), Gwynne Anderson-Koester (183) and Warren Evans (153).
In Monticello, William Mitze topped Owen Mofield in the Republican mayoral primary by a vote of 867 to 270.
Mitze, who was appointed mayor in May 2003, faces no opposition in April.
www.herald-review.com /articles/2005/02/23/news/state/1006107.prt   (435 words)

  
 munsters
Starring: Fred Gwynne (Herman), Yvonne DeCarlo (Lily), Al Lewis (Grandpa), Butch Patrick (Eddie), Pat Priest (Mariyln).
Beverly Owen as Marilyn in the first 13 episodes.
Herman is hit by a bolt of artificial lightning from one of Grandpa's machines and is "disfigured" into an exact likeness of Fred Gwynne without makeup.
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 Texas Monthly June 2003: The Pet Set
Sixty-two years later, during another war, Lieutenant Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, who had trained with his Rough Riders in San Antonio, led the cavalrymen up San Juan Hill on a pony named Texas.
Handy as horses may be, though, dogs are the definitive Texas pet.
Texans have had a surprising number of pet pigs, no doubt because the state was pork-dependent in its youth.
www.texasmonthly.com /mag/issues/2003-06-01/texana.php   (1697 words)

  
 Mr. Mike's True Crime Books For Sale -- United Kingdom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Case of corruption in UK top police agency, based on six years of investigations by journalists.
The last two men to hang in England: Gwynne Owen Evans and Peter Anthony Allen.
Top cop in charge of the reinvestigation of the Moors Murders in the 1980s tells of his encounters with the notorious killers Brady and Hindley, and has a few words to say about the "Stalker affair" as well.
www.mjq.net /books/tc-uk.htm   (2299 words)

  
 Ananova - Sport - Rugby union
If a report is available it will appear here at the end of the match.
Llandovery: Loan Davies, D. Augustus, Owain Rowlands, Emrys Evans, Ifan Evans, Gareth Morgan, Rob Walters, Dorian Williams, G Williams, Jon Owen, Adrian Williams, Iwan Davies, Aled Davies, Ceri Davies, Jon Mills
Subs: Luka Plesko, J. Bennett, Tom Walker, Matt Jeffries, Eifion Gwynne, G Thomas.., D James..
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 anne gwynne - OneLook Dictionary Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 *Ø*  Wilson's Almanac free daily ezine | Book of Days | August 13 | Left-Handers Day Nemoralia goddess Diana ...
To make the public sentiment, on the side of all that is just and true and noble, is the highest use of life.
The politician is the creature of the public sentiment – [he] never goes ahead of it because he depends on it.
I am not a communist and neither is the revolutionary movement.
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 Mars in the Mind of Earth: Articles
Squyres, Steven W., Evans, Larry G. Investigation of Martian H2O and CO2 via gamma-ray spectroscopy
In NASA Reports of Planetary Geology and Geophysics Program, 1986 pp.
Zubrin, Robert M., David A. Baker, and Gwynne Owen.
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