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The Church of England - - LETTERS -

Sir, Re: Wil­liam Ben­jamin Har­vey-Bugg I am cur­rently re­search­ing the life and cir­cum­stances of Wil­liam Ben­jamin Har­vey-Bugg, who was 17 years old in 1948 when he was con­victed of the dou­ble shoot­ing mur­der of James Lyon Walker Bar­ton & his sis­ter Lue Love­day Walker Bar­ton at Waller-awang in New South Wales. The Bar­ton fam­ily were di­rect de­scen­dants of the BowesLyon fam­ily. Wil­liam served a life sen­tence (20years) and on his re­lease from gaol in 1968 had be­come an ac­com­plished sax­o­phon­ist. It is be­lieved that he spent some time af­ter that liv­ing and play­ing in the UK pos­si­bly with the BBC Sym­phony Orches­tra. I am very in­ter­ested in hear­ing from any­one, friends, fam­ily, work­mates, with any knowl­edge what-so-ever of his life in Eng­land. As it is pos­si­ble that Wil­liam is still liv­ing or has liv­ing fam­ily all in­for­ma­tion will be treated with re­spect, I have no wish to cause harm or dis­tress to any­one.

Please con­tact Cathy, PO Box 822, Bathurst, NSW 2795 Aus­tralia or bar­ton­bugg@ya­

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