Episode 21

Murder of a Coal Seller

Murder of a Coal Seller

Season: 5 Episode: 21

He was on his way home from a successful journey selling coal when he decided that both himself and his animals needed a rest. It wasn't long after he'd settled down for the night, when he found himself in the fight of his life. Find out what happened to Issac Kendall, the coal seller from Bristol


John Kendall (Issac's Father) - Steven Yeo

William Prosser - Molly Jefferies

William Isaacs - Steve Sheperd

James Angell - David James Haile


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Western Daily Press - Friday 11 December 1863


Devizes and Wilts Advertiser - Thursday 17 December 1863

Folkestone Chronicle - Saturday 26 December 1863

Western Daily Press - Tuesday 29 March 1864

Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Saturday 02 April 1864

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