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  • #46
    BOND, Dr. Thomas ( 1841-1901)

    Hull Daily Mail
    June 6, 1901
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    • #47
      BOOTH, 'General' William ( 1829-1912 )

      General Booth & The Salvation Army ( Full text)
      https://archive.org/stream/generalbo...orich_djvu.txt
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      • #48
        BOSWELL, Sgt. Frances William

        Officer who took charge of Sadler investigation in 1891.

        The Times
        July 27, 1886
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        • #49
          BOULTBEE, Walter Ernest

          Secretary to Charles Warren, James Monro, and Edward Bradford.
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          • #50
            Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
            Walter Ernest Boultbee - Secretary to Charles Warren, James Monro, and Edward Bradford.
            Age 20 in 1873, at the time of the first torso murder, and 35 at the time of the Ripper scare, knew how the investigation was conducted.

            Surely, it must have been him?
            "In these matters it is the little things that tell the tales" - Coroner Wynne Baxter during the Nichols inquest.

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            • #51
              CH:

              I have to find an article which mentions him today.
              Well, he was in the right place at the right time....
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              • #52
                BOUSFIELD, Mary

                One-time landlord of Martha Tabram's at 4 Star Place



                Morning Post

                August 24, 1888
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                • #53
                  BOWYER, Thomas

                  'Indian Harry' actually lived at 37 Dorset Street, not 27.
                  Bowyer was sent around to collect rent from murder victim Mary Kelly for her landlord, John McCarthy of 27 Dorset Street.

                  Morning Post
                  November 13, 1888
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