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1889 The murder of Jane Withey, St Philips, Bristol
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Photo: The Star Inn Sussex Street, St Philips. Just around the corner of Cumberland Street. This was Jane Withey lokalen.Heute is the St Philips area of Bristol is mainly industrial with only small pockets of houses as a reminder of how things might have looked like in the past. In 1889, when the Withey case took place the district was close with rows of terraced housing with front doors opening directly onto the street bevölkert.Die residential property with numerous small shops were peppered seemed off-licenses and pubs and the proximity of neighbors, a strong sense of community to breed. It is this brand of loyalty that figures strongly in the death of Jane Withey and his Nachwirkungen.Jane Withey was 36 years old in 1889 and lived with her husband John at 21 Cumberland Street together with their four children, Frederick, Alfred, Sarah and Emily, whose ages ranged 10 to 16 John, 2 years older than his wife worked as a stoker at the local gas works, where he has for 11 years. He also had a side-line – slaughtering animals for the local butcher. Despite this additional revenue they still lived in virtual poverty, the family inhabiting two small rooms. The bedroom was about 12 feet square and the parents occupied a 3-foot bed in the middle, while the children slept on bundles of rags in the corners of Raumes.Das life has not always been so for Witheys. At one time John ran a small business, but in later years had taken to drink. Jane also had this fail, is described as a given “away much to drink so much that they hardly ever from a public house. ‘So, then, the situation was in February 1889 when first read about Bristol, what is called “The St Philips Mystery” bezeichnet.Es the Bristol Times and Mirror is said that “seemed to have taken place in the evening nothing special.” on February 11, a Monday, it would be the first event that prefigured trouble ahead was from 6.00 bis 07.00 clock when Jane Withey neighbor Alice Bartlett might have encountered seem. Alice noted that Jane had been drinking. they parted at the door of number 21.A shortly afterwards Annie Sainsbury from number 18 past the house and the door was open. Jane was sitting by the fire. called you to Annie and confided to her that she was spent the rent money and go to bed “to me square by the time Jack comes in ‘. Annie was to testify later that Jane had clearly getrunken.Es is at this point that certain inconsistencies arose in deposits following the tragedy, but it was generally accepted that the most likely sequence of events was. John Withey came home from work 6:00 to 7:00, and sent one of the girls out to get something to eat him. Then, a few words were between the couple on the topic Jane waste all the money John had given her on Saturday, so there was nothing left to pay the rent ausgetauscht.Die young people agreed that both parents were cross and irritable and that John Withey had ordered them all to bed at about 7.30. It was suggested that this was the landlord, due to call at 8 clock was vermeiden.Es is hard to imagine how the next few hours spent in this small room were locked. What is known is that 10-year-old Emily Kate Taylor bakery on the corner of Sussex Street and Edward Street has been sent. According to Mrs Charlotte Taylor, the baker’s wife, the little girl bought a loaf of bread by 10 clock. Emily said she went straight back to bed after her return and did not know if her mother ate supper. If this is true events must quickly after what happened because at 10.30 neighbors cries of “Murder”, which alarmed wurden.Friedrich number 21 said that it was he who raised the alarm. He could not say what woke him. He was to swear in court that he heard a scream. He just woke up and went to his mother’s side of the bed where a lamp left burning on the mantelpiece was when he and his brother and father had to get up early to go to work. He noticed that his mother was lying back on the bed with blood from his mouth and Nase.Er said he then went to the other side of the bed, where his father was snoring loudly and it took 3 or 4 minutes to wake him up. When John put the dreadful situation in knowledge “he made a great outcry and awakened the other kids.” Sarah Ann was later to claim that when they saw her mother noticed that the sheets were pulled down below her waist and there was blood flowing from her left Seite.Aus some inexplicable reason John Withey be within the news of his woman took, even from ground floor immediately. Almost immediately Alice Bartlett appeared on the scene, wondering what on earth happened. The front door does not close properly and a piece of furniture was disturbed against him in the night. When she was finally able to enter the house Withey told her that his wife is dead war.Sie went straight to the bedroom, where she was subsequently aver, Jane was lying on the bed with blood from his mouth and nose. The linens were up to my chin gezogen.Die sequence of events after this date is somewhat blurred. Certainly, another neighbor, Mrs. Elizabeth Nutt, entered the house shortly after Alice Bartlett and they were soon joined by a woman Crinks, Sophie Tarrant and Ellen Williams – both from nearby Barter the building, George Lane – Ms. Moss and some other women from Ort.Anscheinend they have tried to revive it with brandy, but she was beyond human help up to this point. More neighbors had gathered outside the house and attracted the notice of PC Hiscocks, who say someone had. “Fetch a policeman ‘overheard He went into the kitchen of number 21 and found Withey sitzen.Auf questioned by the police Withey said his woman had burst a blood vessel. He denied having quarrel with his wife and said he had been in bed since 7:00. He was fully dressed, but the kids and neighbors testified that often when he was the worse for drink, he would go to bed removing only his scarf, jacket and Stiefel.Der officer walked up, which must have an extremely crowded bedroom and was designed by Alfred said there had been no quarrel between his parents that night. Asked him what the condition of his wife alerted Withey replied, “She cried, ‘If it was queried why he had not sent for the doctor not a direct answer, but asked the police officer if he would get medical help.. At the end of one of the boys was sent to the surgeon, Mr fetch page of Old Market Street. Apparently he came to the house around 11:30, as he is by the women, the woman had Withey of a broken blood vessel died and that a police officer had been called in. assembled was told that if he he was asked his opinion on, until a non- wanted to call had occurred post-mortem, at which time he said he would be made to issue a death certificate. He did not examine the body of this “well-nourished woman” – to 13 February – her weight has been variously described as 12 to 13 14 to 16 stone and stone gegeben.Es was later told that it was while the doctor in the house that John Withey to do away with himself, but Alfred had already be taken three knives next to the Bartlett household by this time if George Bartlett evidence to be believed is was threatened. Apparently Alfred’s reason for this action was to his father tries to prevent suicide. He was to say that he found the knife beside his mother in bed. He took to show it to his father, and that’s when the suicide threats wurden.Am next morning at 9.00 clock John Withey, accompanied by Mrs Nutt, called at St Philips police station to report the death of the coroner, but they were too early and was told that by 11 clock. However, they were again shortly before 10.00 clock, woman remarked, that Mr. Nutt Withey very nervous war.Von there they will find their way to the offices of Simon Howard, an undertaker whose premises were at 18 Gloucester Road, Lawford’s Gate. Mrs. Nutt was reported to have said either “We have a very bad case” or “We have a very sad case.” She further explained: “Mr. Withey has got his wife died suddenly by the breaking of a blood vessel.” When Mr Howard reached the scene of death and began to measure the body he noticed a bruise on the woman’s side and advised Ms. Nutt to “Mind and from this point or you will throw the guard you. ‘It was here on the investigation . jury Alarmed by this turn of events, he searched the bed and found a knife under the springs It was stained with blood woman Nutt said… “I took him there for the sake of the children” The investigation was opened the next day at the George Inn, Kingsland Road but adjourned until Thursday, so that might take place post-mortem. On this day gathered such a large crowd that additional police to keep order were canceled. Mr. Page had post-mortem carried out and could testify that he had found a wound in her left side, 6 inches deep, the cut 2 inch slices in a lung., the knife that had Alfred removed was spirited then in the hands of Mrs. Nutt, who is back in the bedroom had, where it was found by the police and dropped described as “quite capable of inflicting such a wound ‘. After the discovery of this weapon John Withey was under house arrest gestellt.Als Frederick was questioned, he insisted he is no dispute in the bedroom that night. He also stated that his mother was stripped when going to bed, while his father was sleeping in a shirt, vest and pants went. Then Elizabeth Nutt was called. The coroner gave his view that according to the evidence he had heard, “the woman obviously wanted someone screening” and they threw a “No, no, sir.” She was then questioned closely about her first sight of the body. She insisted that she had examined the body, but saw no signs of blood anywhere, but from the mouth and nose. They laid the body, but one of the other women removed Jane Hemd.Sie swore she saw no cut in the shirt, not a knife on the bed and she did not remove the body from the bed while laying out process. Then they heard about the knife and was present on Tuesday evening, as women get Crinks Alfred, returned the knife where he had found it. Mary Crinks was an old family friend, an acquaintance dating back to the days when even the moderately wealthy from Witheys and do not drink to excess. Finally she gave to Mrs. Nutt gone and replaced the weapon, although she had no memory of whereabouts they actually put hatte.Inzwischen other bone of contention was introduced into the process. It was discovered that the wound in Jane’s side was filled with dismissal. Mrs Nutt any knowledge davon.Weiter it was Alice Bartlett’s turn to give evidence. They told the cries of the children at about 10:45 on Monday night had heard. When John Withey opened the door, she asked him what was wrong, and he said, ‘I do not know, go and see. “She described the blood from her mouth Jane as” frothy. “She told how she was joined by Mrs Nutt and that they endeavor to administer shots. She said she saw Mrs. Nutt and some of the other women laying out the body and washes her ‘as deep as the chest. “She could not remember who had removed the shirt, but she thought she saw some blood on you.You noticed that the dead woman was clutching a piece of bread and the rest of the bread was on the . the ground There was a cup of pickled onions on the bed the next morning she discovered on her dresser two knives that he had previously borrowed and another -.., a butcher knife with blood stains on it, you showed it to her neighbors and then later that day, Alfred to her house came and took that one away again. She claimed that she did not know where the knife was found war.Sie testified that the Witheys occasionally argued that they were both in the habit of using beer and that she had seen Withey were very intoxicated, but she had not seen him on the night in question, until he opened the door to her late evening. As it was the first time in the bedroom she “almost naked” at the sight of the children, “Dance” and complains the fate of their mother erschrocken.Also without actually undertake the Witheys and their neighbors closed ranks and stuck to their chosen stories., the version, maybe they hoped was believed that Jane Withey was cut with a knife to the bread. you let the bread, put the knife in bed and then retrieving the rest of the bread, fell back on the Klinge.Dr. Warner of Barton Hill House had assisted with the post-mortem. He shared the opinion that an accident of the The knife was ask. did not stay in an upright position to cause such a wound. Considerable force was used to push the knife in. As the intricacies of the convoluted case were skilfully unraveled by assiduous questioning the behavior of John Withey himself was carefully and the conspiracy of silence hung among the women in the room that night was injured. questions in the air. Why the shirt was removed and stuffed in a closet? Who is the wound with sacking Why have there been so beisignificant many contradictory statements in any way, what was happening with the children, while all these events took place? It is hoped that one of kind neighbors they took in. werdenIn this stage the coroner was adamant that the death of Jane Withey a case of either suicide or murder. There was no way the knife the woman’s body could enter by mistake. Insofar as the theory he was not suicide, that it ever likely to have such an act performed without her husband knowing their actions. Though in a statement he had stated that he was in bed by 7:30, and his wife was of drinking, arguing until after eleven the coroner, this was a contradiction to all other witnesses in the case verwickelt.Auch the position of the knife was an open question. Mrs Nutt had said that she had placed on the right side of the bed, but after they called Alfred had PC Cooper, who had charge of the study of crime scene had said it had been found under the springs in the mattress – a place of concealment, which had involved tearing the outer sacking. It was a task he would be taken as to take advantage of some time and effort. was told that Mrs Nutt there is the knife for the sake of the children “was hiding. Having given direction to the jury the coroner then asked to consider what the charge should be. After an hour the foreman was ready to make an announcement to machen.Er said: “Twelve of the thirteen have to make a decision with which one of us do not agree will come after careful consideration and simple, we come to the conclusion that it. the act of man, John Withey has come. “He also expressed the view, on behalf of the rest of the jury was that Police Constable Cooper for his careful, careful examination of the room and the way in which he the facts in connection with the case werden.Es was praised as the circumstances showed there was a case to answer and John Withey was told in court for the murder of his wife -. starring Elizabeth Nutt as an accessory afterwards berechnet.Und as the case came to trial, the prosecutor , Mr. Foote, in addressing the jury, said he felt the witnesses’ not as much as possible light they might have done in the matter thrown. “He asked the jury to consider that made undisputedng? had the knife itself only to the Withey household returned the night before the death of Jane, John had it had been sent by a Mr. Gibbs left some time ago after slaughtering a sheep for him Albert to make it on Sunday abzurufen.War these facts.. – that the prisoner, the deceased and the four boys were in the room upstairs at 8 clock and that “somewhere before 10:15 the woman Jane Withey was dead. It was not suggested that there is another person in the house. “The jury was told that the most important question to decide for them, was’ how the wound was inflicted – whether self-inflicted or accidentally suicidal if it were neither of them”, they would no doubt it was who murder and murder by the prisoner Withey. explain it on the knife wound that it was spoken of as increases in the side, but it was around the bend. The exact location of the entry was made, they pointed to on a plaster model. He drew their attention to the prisoner’s behavior and speech of the night in question. He argued that “while there appeared to be no direct evidence that would establish his motive essentially ‘it did seem have exchanged a few words with reference to the rent money and they were both” the worse for liquor. “Then he put a” strong painful fact “in the Verfahren.Zwar was agreed that some of the witnesses said the couple lived on good terms – some even had the word” lovingly used “- he had to make the point that while the previous Christmas period ‘the prisoner was to see a knife on his wife throw make such violence that it buried itself in the door, as deep as a significant force required to pull it. “And then there was Withey’s behavior on the wake of his son. Why did not he, to seek help? The only help came from neighbors who heard the children’s cries of “murder” penetration into the paper-thin walls. He asked the jury to also consider who had pulled the knife out of the wound and laid him in a corner where it was found by the boys and to decide who had the bedding angeordnet.Wenn Jane Withey, indeed, was in bed sitting eating bread and cheese and had fallen back on the knife – the clothes would have been arranged in the manner in which they were found also why Withey Mrs Bartlett ‘go and see what my old woman has done?’? Say. If he thought she was dead, of course, why would he turn this busy, then he asked her to try to visualize the situation the following morning. Have the prisoners to see how her story had been accepted by the bursting of a blood vessel without question, believe that all the other parties could be similarly duped? These said attorney, was the only explantion the otherwise crazy naturally assumed the two prisoners, further said to the blood vessel farce and the utter falsehood of Mrs Nutt in forensics that she and Withey which at this time of his wife were Tod.Die subsequent actions – his tissue of lies at the inquest, stating that his wife it not entered the bedroom, up to 4 hours after he had gone to bed and Mrs. Nutt attempts to hide the bloody shirt were the actions of someone in support of the concealment of a Mordes.Herr C. Mathews, Withey the short, so-called character witnesses colleagues , William Shipp, who had known him for 30 years, foreman Henry Pullen and William Mountain, superintendent of gas where Withey was employed – all testifiying his good character. Mr. Berg even went so far as to say that if he Withey was acquitted welcome to his old job zurückzukehren.Herr Mathews outlined a likely scenario in the bedroom where the knife wound could have been accidental – the bread and cut pieces on the floor fall, the woman by the knife beside her on the bed while she bent to retrieve the bread, the knife shifted position as she fell back on the bed and on the top Klinge.Herrn Metcalfe, the woman who was Nutt argues that if Withey was found to be innocent, all charges against his client should be erased. He pointed out that it is by no means the only woman in the bedroom and no evidence had come to light, she was aware that Jane Withey had a knife wound was suffered. He also asked why Mrs Nutt put herself “in the clutches of the criminal law” by covering for a man who was neither a relative nor a close friend? Mr. Justice Hawkins’ summary of this extremely complicated case took 3 hours and 5 minutes. He carefully examines the events in the bedroom and the disposal of the shirt and the knife and costly, said the knife wound and its significance. The jury retired to consider their verdict at 7:24 and again at the court at 8:55. The foreman of the jury then announced that they unanimously decided Withey guilty guilty of murdering his wife and Nutt, an accessory after the fact, but the verdict was a strong recommendation to mercy on the grounds of his previous good character and delivered the faith, the crime not vorsätzlich.An this point Elizabeth Nutt was removed to the cells and the office of the Assize asked Withey when he has to “ask something, why sentence should not be passed ‘had. Withey came to the front of the dock with his hands over the Crossed head and cried, “The Lord knows I am innocent, I am innocent, ask the Lord, I am as innocent as a child, I am innocent, I am. Lord, Lord, look at me, I’m as innocent as a child just born “Unmoved, the judge pulled his black cap and spoke to the prisoners. After an anxious consideration as a patient and a hearing as any jury could in any case to pay she had felt it their duty to limit you guilty of the murder of a very cruel and very treacherous character. did you their verdict a recommendation of mercy appended to reasons that they have said, and I will make sure that their recommendation to the Home Secretary will be forwarded, that is all I do kann.Der prisoners intercession here and said. “Thank you, sir,” In the sentencing, the judge said: The poor woman felt helpless was sleeping in bed, where they can at least she was safe and under the protection of her husband. She was her husband, they destroyed with your cruel hand and that your crime must sterben.Es is reported that the condemned “looked miserable” and before the descent steps, which gave the cells a long, lingering, wistful glance around the court. “Ms. Nutt was then placed in the dock and made a long statement protesting their innocence. accusing PC Cooper lying in his testimony and told the court that they .., the mother of a family and a grandmother was and that it was the first time she’d ever been in custody, she insisted to the end that they known about the stab wound Even when she is sentenced to 5 years in prison, she exclaimed: ” Oh, my Lord, I am not guilty. “John Withey was hanged on 11 April 1889, the four children were orphaned. however, took members of the family in Pennywell Road area in them and they were able, it seems it to the trauma of that terrible night and the resulting study normal life worth living, to overcome and get married and families of their own. A relative of Mrs Nutt living in the Bristol area today recalls, as a child, the name is mentioned in hushed tones made her wonder what scandal war.b been committed, the Bristol Evening News January 1897Shocking tragedy in St Philips Bristol -.. occurred Double Attempted murder and suicide Last night, a shocking tragedy in Kingsland Road St.Philip ‘s A man called Thomas Coles, of no fixed abode, but formerly landlord of the Glass House, Kingsland Road tries, it is claimed to take the life of Mr. and Mrs. John Withey confectioners, 57 Kingsland Road, and then took his own life Constable Watts., 50 D, it is said that at 9.50 clock, while on duty in Kingsland Road, he heard the report of firearms and observed Thomas Coles ran Sweets court. In company with Constable Hunt, who arrived on the scene, had pursued he Coles, and heard another shot fired. Coles was found in a stooping position at the bottom of the court, and to know him by name, said the policeman, but received no response, turned him on his back. was then found that He had a six-chamber revolver made in his right hand, and on an examination, discovered a wound in the head wurde.Ein truck was purchased and in this he was in the infirmary, where it found that a bullet had the right side of the head penetrated made. Prior to the removal of Constable Cole was hunting by some bystanders that Coles had shot at Mr and Mrs Withey, and was in the business of officer Withey woman sitting on a chair informed. told you that they will the back of Coles was erschossen.Ein taxi was procured and in company with her daughter, she was promoted attention to the infirmary, where her injuries, a bullet wound in the side got. Occurrence, which takes place in the room behind the shop sittng took was allegedly employed by Frank Barrett, a young man of Mr. Withey, and lodging in the house worden.Coles observed, which expired at the infirmary at ten clock, at 11.15 clock, the bullet entered behind the right ear, passing was admitted to nearly through the head. Mrs. Withey was admitted about 20 minutes to Coles, and although the wound is severe, it has been reported to progress to favouraby Mitternacht.John Withey informed our representative that Coles, who was at once a sailor, which is previously discussed with him. Approximately nine months, he left the house and was then the district court for money due for board and lodging, he was sued for payment. since that day, Mr. Withey States, he was not going to her house until that night gewesen.Er came to the shop door and said. “Have you had any new nuts lately” and said no Withey Withey was then about to make some money on the shelf when he Coles level a pistol at him. looked, and he felt a shot graze his hand, which he placed on his head. Withey then ran to the back door and heard fired another shot to find that his wife, a wound was in the back. Fred Barrett, a lodger in the room was at the time. Withey adds that Coles, who was about 55 years old, has no job, because the job of Glass House made, but had money to live on. Kingsland Road The shocking appearance last night was the topic of conversation near Kingsland Road this morning, but little information that is not now it was generally known, are obtained. Our representative this morning visited the scene where the tragedy took effect and learned in the course of conversation with Mrs Withey daughter that Coles lodged with her father and mother, after he had given to the Glass House Inn. He helped Mr Withey in his business, and after an arrangment, 5s per week paid him for his apartment. then turned his Coles continued to assert, as he did work for Mr Withey, he should have his apartment for nothing haben.Schließlich some relatives of Mrs Withey came to dwell with them, and Cole had to leave notice. He was very angry and unable to pay its arrears. district court proceedings against him would start to pay, with the result that he was ordered.’s daughter think this was the only reason that Coles could have operated to take such desperate measures to satisfy his revenge. Mr. Withey saw him walking up and down outside the shop about 8 clock in the evening and told his wife indeed, but none of them had any reason to fear him, although it has some estrangement between them. Coles no relatives in the neighborhood, as far as is currently known ist.Er married a young woman nine months ago, but their marital happiness was submerged in domestic problems caused to separate them. It is not known where woman is. deceased had a he left little money at the time the Glass House Inn, but since that time he had significantly reduced under certain circumstances. Withey The condition of the woman is not justified by such a character, any fear on the part of their relatives. She underwent a successful operation last night, and although it pain, suffering their condition today is considered satisfactory. Glass House Tavern Kingsland Road 1831-1848. Samuel Hodges (jnr) /, 1853. Cowmeadow John / 1858-60. T. Collings / 1861st Daniel Radford 1863-1869. Thomas Watkins / 1871-74. Bailey William / 1875-1882. 1883-1885 Elizabeth Bailey. Samuel Wiltshire /, 1886. T. Grainge / 1887th James Stoates / 1888th Sarah Ann Pollard Years 1889th William Small Bridge / 1891. George Bush / 1892-1893. Mary Ann Clark / 1894-1896. Thomas Cole 1897-1909. Llewellyn Henry Goodyear / 1914-28. Emily Davis.
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1897 Thomas Cole was a former landlord of the Glass House Tavern in St Philip, but the free kick by police over allegations that he makes bets on the premises fell. In 1895 organized Superintendent of Wookey Bristol police raided the pub at a big race and found that the allegations were true. Seventeen people were arrested and, although most were released later, Cole £ 50, £ 25 of the bookmaker and his secretary £ 10 was a result Geldstrafe.Als Cole lost the lease of the pub and took a job as a sugar boiler in a candy store Mr and Mrs Withey possession, was also his hosts, but soon quarreled with the Witheys and was relieved of his duties both job and his apartment. On 20 January Cole went to the Witheys’ shop and asked for a few Nüsse.Er then went into the back room and draws a revolver, fired at Mr. Withey, which bolted through the back door. Mrs. Withey dove under a table and was shot in the back, then, before anyone could stop him, Cole ran into the yard and shot himself in the head. He died instantly and a post-mortem examination revealed that he had been drinking at least half a bottle Laudanum.Cole had often talked about his discomfort with the Witheys and had also threatened to Superintendent Wookey to shoot for his part in the raid, the Cole lost his pub. In the investigation into his death, the jury returned a verdict of “Suicide while temporarily insane ‘. Fortunately, the woman Withey survived attempt on her life.