|03-16-2011, 06:31 PM||#11|
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From here...it does seem to confirm that...I have a little problem deciphering it, but there's no doubt that does say Elizabeth Stride.
If these incidents are all in the various workhouse registries, thats great...because all I wanted to know is where the record of these numerous incidents are housed...because they aren't easy to find, if they even exist at all, in contemporary newspapers.
Thank you Debs ! Much appreciated !
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|03-16-2011, 06:43 PM||#13|
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THAMES MAGISTRATES COURT
PS/TH Fonds London Metropolitan Archives 1804-1971
79.78 linear metres (857 files and volumes)
Records of the Thames Magistrates Court, 1804-1971,
including court registers; clerk's letter books and papers; and wreck enquiry notes. Court registers record the date of the hearing, the name of the informant or complainant (often the police), the name of the defendant, a brief note of the offence and the decision of the magistrate.
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