Sgt. John Wilson

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  • John Wilson
  • "Mary Hutchinson, called Polly by her family and friends, was like by everyone....and loved by those who knew her well. She was a small slim with brown warm eyes and an abundance of shining brown hair" (Simmie 7) "....and among the job's other attractions was a slim, handsome young man who worked there as a draper. His name was John Wilson" (Simmie 7) "....and there he met Jessie, a willowy sixteen-year-old with a lovely high-cheekboned face and thick brown hair." (Simmie 25)
  • Polly Hutchison-Wilson
  • Jessie Patterson
  • "More and more often at those rival Saturday night dances, Jessie looked over the shoulder of a dance partner to where a uniformed Jack Wilson stood at the back of the hall. His feelings for her- their feeling for each other- were becoming serious. -Lois Simmie (26)
  • "Wilson lay awake nights beside his wife, fighting with himself. And losing, again and again. He should give up Jessie, for her sake, but he couldn't bear the thought. Every chance he got, under any pretext, he went to see her, and between times, the love letters continued." -Lois Simmie (52)
  • My Dearest Jessie...
  • The setting took place in Saskatchewan. "Swayed by the propaganda luring emigrants to the Canadian prairies, he bought a ticket to Saskatoon in the province of Saskatchewan" (Simmie 10) The main characters were John Wilson, Polly Wilson and Jessie Patterson
  • "Jessie's letter seems aimed at forcing Jack into a firm commitment; she knew he worried about her and hated her working at the hospital. If that was the purpose of the letter, it worked stunningly well. He would not see his Jessie go back to work" - Lois Simmie (67)
  • Oh, no! Jessie. I can't have her going back to the hospital. She can get sick.
  • John Wilson fell in love with Jessie Patterson.
  • "At the loud explosion, the good, generous heart of Polly Wilson stopped beating." -Lois Simmie (79)
  • No, Jack, don't!
  • "John Wilson," said Judge Haultain, "the sentence of this court will be that you will be taken from here to Prince Albert jail where you will be kept until the twenty-third day of April, when you will be taken and hanged by the neck until you are dead, and may God have mercy on your soul." -Lois Simmie (201)
  • John Wilson continued his relationship with both Polly and Jessie. Making each believe that he loved them exclusively.
  • John Wilson receives a letter from Jessie that got him worried. He made a decision that he does not want her going back to work in the hospital. He had to marry her soon.
  • John Wilson killed his wife Polly.
  • John Wilson was hanged for the crime that he committed.
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