Remembering a forgotten hero

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In 1960, a brutal murder took place in Durrington near Worthing.  Victor John Terry shot dead a bank guard, John Henry Pull, during a raid on a branch of Lloyds Bank.  Terry was hanged the following year and this became the last murder in Sussex which ended in an execution.

Whilst researching the story I visited the grave of the victim of this crime and to my disgust found that his grave was overgrown and had no monument to honour his memory.

Originally I wanted to put a headstone, a grave surround and pebbles on the grave itself and generally tidy it up and provide a fitting monument to honour a brave man but the family descendants have requested that this not take place.

Instead, any donations will be donated to Worthing Archaeological Society, of which Mr Pull was a dedicated member.

Although we have set a target of £5000, all donations will be donated in Mr Pull's name.
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