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Sun Inn Murders 100 Years "the Whole Story"

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On 07/09/2018 at 18:09, Symptoms said:

Done some checking and it was a Winchester Model 1897 pump-action shotgun - it's now held at the Royal Armoury having been transferred by the Northumbria Peelers back in 1971.

For all the facts go to: https://collections.royalarmouries.org/object/rac-object-34963.html

 

Did you notice the 

Bibliographic References

Dawson, J. & Allison, D. 2001. 'The Sun Inn Murders', Six Townships Community History Group. (See also May 2003 edition of 'Bedlingtonshire Revisited'). 

That would be the @johndawsonjune1955 of this group that started this topic.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

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@joe Callahan -normally the best way to alert a member that you are after a re sponse from a comment you have made is to add the members name, preceded by an '@' like I have done with this one. It does depend on the setting the member has , either to recieve notifications or not, but doesn't do any harm to use that method.

When you start typing the name eg @johndawsonjune1955 that members name tag will pop up and you select that.

John Dawson is not a frequent visitor to this site. When you hover over the members name tag the system gives you some info on that person. I did that for John and it shows the last time he logged into this site was 5 months ago :-

 

 

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