Click Images to View in Full Size. Courtesy of author and case researcher John Gannon. — Report: — Main Trial: https://www.williamherbertwallace.com/case-files/unabridged-text-of-the-trial-of-william-herbert-wallace/#jedible Transcript (John Gannon): PROFESSOR JAMES EDWARD DIBLE SWORN. EXAMINED BY MR ROLAND OLIVER. 3711. What is your full name? … Continue reading
The statements of Olivia Brine and Harold Denison.
The statements of Gordon Parry’s girlfriend, Lily Lloyd, and her mother Josephine Lloyd.
The statements of Richard Gordon Parry.
The central idea in the conviction of William Herbert Wallace is that he had in fact worn the mackintosh to belabor his wife to death and escape in the alotted time free from any specks of blood. The idea that … Continue reading
Follow-up by the husband:
15:20 – 15:30 (“Definitely here before 3.30pm”): [Sighting of Wallace crying reported by Rothwell (who cycled by him) a minute or two after 15:30 at Maiden Lane.] ~15:30: ~15:30: 15:30 – 15:40: 15:45: ~16:00: ~16:00: 16:00 – 16:15: 16:00 – … Continue reading
Smithdown Lane Car Conductor: The second tram Wallace boarded after getting off of his initial tram from St. Margaret’s Church. Penny Lane Car Conductor: The third and final tram Wallace boarded after switching from the Smithdown Lane car. This took … Continue reading
Left home at about 15:30. Cycled 0.3 miles from there to Maiden Lane and proceeded down Maiden Lane (ends around 0.4 miles from his home). Saw Wallace 0.3 to 0.4 miles after leaving home, so probably saw him at around … Continue reading
Click Images to View in Full Size. 09/04/1931 Letter: 09/04/1931 Report #1: 15/04/1931 Summary: Report #2: Main Trial: https://www.williamherbertwallace.com/case-files/unabridged-text-of-the-trial-of-william-herbert-wallace/#rcoope Transcript (John Gannon): DR ROBERT COOPE SWORN. EXAMINED BY MR ROLAND OLIVER. 3791. Is your name Robert Coope? Yes. 3792. You … Continue reading
CLICK THE IMAGES TO VIEW IN FULL SIZE FOR READING. SAVING TO ALLOW FOR EXTRA ZOOM MAY HELP ON THE MUNRO FILES. 20/01/1931: 22/01/1931: 29/01/1931: Munro Files (#1): Munro Files (#2):
Clock Winders: Holy Trinity Church clock was accurate on the date of the murder. Alan Close (Eyewitness): After the police time tests had been carried out. According to Radio City interviews, the police were not pleased with Alan’s 18:45 claim … Continue reading
25/01/1931: 28/01/1931: 02/03/1931: 06/03/1931: 04/05/1931: Munro Files:
(Some portions appear to be missing). 03/03/1931: Munro Files:
Lily Hall reported seeing Wallace speaking to a stockily built man wearing a cap. Below is a statement given to Hector Munro regarding a sighting of a man matching this description (but with a felt hat) at around the same … Continue reading
The report of Professor J. E. Dible.
The statement of Alan Close, whose sighting of Julia Wallace is critical in this case.
The full statement of Prudential superintendent Joseph Crewe.
The statement of James Caird, courtesy of John Gannon.
The full statement of charwoman Sarah Jane Draper.
Statements by Leslie Heaton and staff at the telephone exchange who received the “Qualtrough” call.
Tests of the routes taken by Wallace by John P. Maddock.
Statements made by Samuel Beattie, captain of the Central Chess Club who spoke to the caller “Qualtrough”. Continue reading
Courtesy of author and researcher John Gannon.
All reports made by forensic expert Professor McFall, courtesy of John Gannon. Continue reading
Courtesy of author John Gannon, the following are the statements of the Johnstons. He does not have statements from any other family members.
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Julia Wallace: Name: Julia Wallace (née Dennis). Class: Murder Victim. Born: Unknown or 28/04/1861 (some confusion remains over her identity). Died: 20/01/1931. Bio: Julia Wallace was murdered in her own home at 29 Wolverton Street on the 20th of December, … Continue reading
Lily Hall’s statements with maps and diagrams.
A man named Robert Carr very persistently pressed for his testimony to be taken into account. He claims to have seen William Herbert Wallace with his sister-in-law Amy Wallace at Scotland Road at 8 PM on the night of the murder.