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Photos Of Alice McKenzie

Post by Karen on Thu 4 Mar 2010 - 23:51


Alice McKenzie

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Re: Photos Of Alice McKenzie

Post by Guest on Mon 19 Jul 2010 - 2:48

Little is known of Alice McKenzie's early years and upbringing,
except that she was born sometime around 1849 and was said to have been
raised in Peterborough. She was later to move into the East End of
London sometime before 1874, and began living sporadically with a John McCormack (also Bryant) around 9 years later in 1883. According to a press article:
M'Cormack told an interviewer on Thursday that he
first knew the deceased woman in London about seven years ago. She had
not a friend in this city, but he believed she had a son, probably in
America. Before he became acquainted with her she lived with a blind
man who played a concertina in the streets for a living. M'Cormack
"took up" with her because she was homeless, and appeared to be a
hardworking woman. He had often heard her say she was the last of her
family, and had often heard her speak of her father, who was a postman
in Liverpool. M'Cormack never saw any of her relations. For several
years he served in the army, and took part in the Crimean war, after
which he was invalided, and received a pension for eighteen months.
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