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Post by Guest on Mon 19 Jul 2010 - 2:49

McCormack, an Irishman, was in the employ of some Jewish tailors in Hanbury
Street as a porter. He shared lodgings in various doss-houses with his
common-law wife for around six years, and their last cohabitation was
at Mr. Tenpenny's Lodging House, Gun Street, Spitalfields. They moved there around April of 1888.
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