Date Of Execution: 17 Apr 1917
Crime Location: Sussex Stores public house, Upper St Martins Lane, London
Execution Place: Pentonville
Executioner: John Ellis
William James Robinson and John Henry Gray were convicted of killing Alfred Williams 35.
William Robinson was convicted of murder and sentenced to death.
John Gray was convicted of manslaughter.
Alfred Williams was stabbed to death at the Sussex Stores public house, Upper St Martins Lane, London on 26 November 1916.
William Robinson confessed to the crime later while in Pentonville awaiting execution.
see National Archives - ASSI 13/47
see Manchester Evening News - Monday 02 April 1917
see Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Wednesday 07 March 1917