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Lindley also stayed loyal to Nottingham Forest, serving on the committee for several years. In October 2013 a campaign was launched to raise £6,000 to provide a headstone on Lindley's grave in the Wilford Hill Cemetery near Nottingham.During World War One, Lindley served as the Chief Officer of the Nottingham Special Constabulary and as Deputy Director of the Nottinghamshire Territorial Association. For an unknown reason, Lindley had been buried in an unmarked grave.His many transfers were due primarily to his professional full-time career and the fact that he always remained an amateur, although many clubs wanted to hire him as a professional.He was the epitome of the 'Corinthian gentleman amateur' of his time, being an academic as well as a sportsman.He played ten games between 18 taking nearly a wicket a match as a round-arm right-armed slow to medium bowler.Lindley also averaged about 10 runs per innings as a right handed batsman.Trevard Lindley (born February 2, 1986) is an American football cornerback for the Blacktips of the Fall Experimental Football League (FXFL).He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL Draft. On September 7, 2011, Lindley was waived by the Eagles.

In 1891 he also played for Crusaders and Swifts for a short while before guest-playing for Preston North End in a 4–1 defeat at Sunderland in 1892.On retirement from football, Lindley turned his full attention to his law practice, having been called to the Bar in 1899 while still playing.He also lectured in law at University of Nottingham and served as a County Court Judge on the Midland Circuit.Campbell uncovered at least 28 similar cases in 11 states, where mothers have been “sentenced to at least 10 years in prison for failing to prevent their partners from harming their children.” In each case, “there was evidence the mother herself had been battered by the man.” that child abuse and domestic violence crimes are handled in separate divisions of the county’s prosecutor’s office, so the prosecutors who take on these child endangerment crimes are unlikely to understand the dynamics of spousal abuse.“Why women stay, and that—I can’t speak to that,” White told Campbell.