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Child Murder at Limehouse

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Child Murder at Limehouse

Post by Karen on Thu 28 Jul 2011 - 10:08


Mr. Wynne E. Baxter held an inquiry at the Town hall, Limehouse, into the death of a male child, whose body, wrapped in a brown paper parcel, was discovered in an alley running off Burdett-road, E. Dr. Anderson, police surgeon, deposed that he had examined the child. It was full termed, and had been born alive. There were marks as of fingers on the neck, and in his opinion the child had been suffocated by external pressure intentionally done. The jury returned a verdict of "Wilful murder against some person or persons unknown." - The police have circulated the following description of a young woman, who is believed to have left the body at the spot where it was found: - Age, 19 or 20; height, 4ft. 10in.; dark complexion; dressed in blue serge dress, black hat trimmed with blue ribbon, and high-heeled boots, and leather belt.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, July 22, 1888, Page 12

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