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46 of 48  Wed 9th Sep 2020 12:11pm  
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A little later than the Yardleys and no relation!! In August 1964 the police turned up at Mrs Bowman’s house at 15 Starley Road searching for Charles Frederick Wilson, an escaped great train robber. They also searched a caravan outside, Mrs Bowman’s shop at 43 Croft Road and 12 Starley Road, where Mrs Bowman's daughter lived and also number 12 the home of Mrs Bowman‘s son John who was serving 2 years in Winson Green. Mrs Bowman thought that was why they showed an interest in the houses. She laughed about it and said, “As if he would turn up here!!“ Edited by member, 9th Sep 2020 12:36 pm
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48 of 48  Fri 11th Sep 2020 8:54pm  
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