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Miller's Court Murder 1909

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Miller's Court Murder 1909

Post by Karen on Wed 8 Dec 2010 - 4:39


Harold Hall, labourer, was brought up on remand at Old-street Police Court yesterday charged with the murder of Kate Ronan, flower-seller, at 12, Miller's-court, Duval-street, Spitalfields, on the night of July 1.
Ronan was found dead in her room with a wound in her neck, and it was stated at the inquest that a strange man had been seen in the vicinity of the house about the time of the murder. A week ago Hall entered Bristol police station and made a confession of the murder, alleging that the woman attempted to pick his pockets, and that in a fury he killed her.
Mr. Williamson, prosecuting on behalf of the Treasury, said that apart from the confession made by Hall there was evidence that a knife found in the woman's room undoubtedly belonged to him, and that he was seen in her company on the night of the murder.
Witnesses were called in support of counsel's statement, and the accused was committed for trial.

Source: London Daily Mail, Wednesday July 28, 1909, Page 8

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