Contains possible spoilers for Winds of Winter and beyond, based on events from the Game of Thrones TV series which might happen in future books.
This question about whether...
Jon Snow should get executed for deserting the Night's Watch
...got me thinking. Maybe they wouldn't be quick to pass that judgement if they knew the character had died and later been resurrected.
In the TV show, Stark loyalists go to the lords of various northern houses asking for support against Ramsay Bolton. Do any members of the Manderlys, the Mormonts, and the Glovers know about the resurrection?
In the meeting at Winterfell after the battle scene in episode 9 of season 6, there would be opportunities for them to hear stories of the character's resurrection from those who had been witnesses (wildlings, Ser Davos, etc...). Therefore I don't want answers based on events after the battle, but before the battle when they don't have a chance to ask those directly involved. When the character goes around asking for help, if the Northern Lords had heard, that might affect their view.
In the books, do any of the northern lords know about this returning from the dead?
Did any messenger ravens go out with this news? Did people spread stories about someone who came back to life?