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  • #16
    BAXTER, Wynne Edward

    Articles on the Coroner found here :

    http://www.jtrforums.com/showthread.php?t=8772


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    • #17
      BAYLEY, Joseph & Thomas

      Packing case makers situated at 23A Hanbury Street

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      • #18
        BAYNE, Thomas Vere

        Proposed as a suspect ( although 59 years old at the time of the murders)...

        Devon & Exeter Daily Gazette
        August 10, 1908
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        • #19
          BEACH, Thomas Miller

          Also known as Henri Le Caron

          Daily News
          February 6, 1889
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          • #20
            BEADMORE, Jane

            York Herald
            October 11, 1889
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            • #21
              BECK, Inspector Walter

              Birmingham Daily Post
              November 10, 1888
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              • #22
                BEDFORD, Duke of ; George Russell

                Proposed as a suspect...

                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George...uke_of_Bedford

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                • #23
                  BELLORD, Edmund

                  In 1888, Bellord was a committe member of the Providence Row Night Refuge.
                  He was involved with real estate as well. A clipping from the year he died.

                  Sunday Times
                  September 18, 1927
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                  • #24
                    BELOSSELKSY- Sergei Belozersky

                    Informant and exile..his name has been spelled in more than one way, the one I've used is found on Wikipedia.


                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei...sky-Belozersky


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                    • #25
                      BENELIUS, Nikaner

                      The Standard
                      November 19, 1888
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                      • #26
                        BERRY, James

                        Hangman who hung William Henry Bury.

                        http://www.jtrforums.com/showthread....james+berry%22

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                        • #27
                          BASS, J. ( Formerly known as J.BEST- corrected by John Bennett in 2013)

                          In 2013, author and researcher John Bennett discovered that J. Best was really J. Bass. Further information found on this thread just ahead.
                          -H.Brown, Feb 15, 2016-



                          Witness at Stride Inquest

                          Transcription below found on Casebook.org
                          Evening News
                          October 1, 1888
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                          J. Best, 82, Lower Chapman-street, said: I was in the Bricklayers' Arms, Settles-street, about two hundred yards from the scene of the murder on Saturday night, shortly before eleven, and saw a man and woman in the doorway. They had been served in the public house, and went out when me and my friends came in. It was raining very fast, and they did not appear willing to go out. He was hugging her and kissing her, and as he seemed a respectably dressed man, we were rather astonished at the way he was going on with the woman, who was poorly dressed. We "chipped" him, but he paid no attention. As he stood in the doorway he always threw sidelong glances into the bar, but would look nobody in the face. I said to him, "Why don't you bring the woman in and treat her?" but he made no answer. If he had been a straight fellow he would have told us to mind our own business, or he would have gone away. I was so certain that there was something up that I would have charged him if I could have seen a policeman. When the man could not stand the chaffing any longer he and the woman went off like a shot soon after eleven.

                          I had been to the mortuary, and am almost certain the woman there is the one we saw at the Bricklayers' Arms. She is the same slight woman, and seems the same height. The face looks the same, but a little paler, and the bridge of the nose does not look so prominent.


                          The man was about 5ft. 5in. in height. He was well dressed in a black morning suit with a morning coat. He had rather weak eyes. I mean he had sore eyes without any eyelashes. I should know the man again amongst a hundred. He had a thick black moustache and no beard. He wore a black billycock hat, rather tall, and had on a collar. I don't know the colour of his tie. I said to the woman "that's Leather Apron getting round you." The man was no foreigner; he was an Englishman right enough.
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                          • #28
                            BEST, Frederick

                            Journalist working for The Star in 1888. Alleged to have concocted the Dear Boss letter.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
                              A new entry, not found in the A to Z.

                              The Times
                              September 14, 1888
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                              It's not in the A to Z, Howard, because this is an error for Sgt. Edward Badham, 31 H, who, of course, is in the A to Z.

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                              • #30
                                I always think that the Benelius debt is interesting, given the MJK debt.

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