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  • #91
    It's a brave man who discusses JTR in an elevator, Chris :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmOX9C-nO_4

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    • #92
      Thanks, Robert. I'll watch the video later.
      Christopher T. George, Lyricist & Co-Author, "Jack the Musical"
      https://www.facebook.com/JackTheMusical/ Hear sample song at https://tinyurl.com/y8h4envx.

      Organizer, RipperCon #JacktheRipper-#True Crime Conferences, April 2016 and 2018.
      Hear RipperCon 2016 & 2018 talks at http://www.casebook.org/podcast/.

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      • #93
        "CUTBUSH - On the 2nd August, at his residence, West Hill, Highgate, suddenly, of apoplexy, JAMES CUTBUSH, of the Horticulture Nurseries, Highgate, Barnet and Finchley, aged 57 years" as published in The Brisbane Courier, dated Tuesday 13th October, 1885 page 1 Column 1, 'DEATHS".

        Is it possible that he had a daughter or son living out here?'

        So then, just why would the death of a fairly obscure horticulturist from Highgate be published half way across the world in the Brisbane Courier?
        As the poster speculates, perhaps because said obscure horticulturist from Highgate had a very close relation living out there. And as said obscure horticulturist was already dead he could not have posted and paid for the death notice, which means his family or lawyers must have placed the notice in an effort - as required by law - to notify immediate but absent family of an impending inheritance in which they are named.
        Sound familiar?
        Failure to respond to the death notice in the legally allowed period would result in the inheritance being passed onto any surviving children.
        But not if the surviving children - or child - had been declared legally insane.
        Sound familiar?
        I'll Race you for it.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by A.P. Wolf View Post
          "CUTBUSH - On the 2nd August, at his residence, West Hill, Highgate, suddenly, of apoplexy, JAMES CUTBUSH, of the Horticulture Nurseries, Highgate, Barnet and Finchley, aged 57 years" as published in The Brisbane Courier, dated Tuesday 13th October, 1885 page 1 Column 1, 'DEATHS".

          Is it possible that he had a daughter or son living out here?'

          So then, just why would the death of a fairly obscure horticulturist from Highgate be published half way across the world in the Brisbane Courier?
          As the poster speculates, perhaps because said obscure horticulturist from Highgate had a very close relation living out there. And as said obscure horticulturist was already dead he could not have posted and paid for the death notice, which means his family or lawyers must have placed the notice in an effort - as required by law - to notify immediate but absent family of an impending inheritance in which they are named.
          Sound familiar?
          Failure to respond to the death notice in the legally allowed period would result in the inheritance being passed onto any surviving children.
          But not if the surviving children - or child - had been declared legally insane.
          Sound familiar?
          I'll Race you for it.
          Yes, AP-but we know that James Cutbush, horticulturist, was not related to Thomas Taylor Cutbush in any way. James having a possible 'son or daughter' (or any relative) in Oz as the poster suggests as the reason does not include Thomas Taylor Cutbush in the running. His parents and family are well researched and known to us and Charles Henry, Thomas Taylor and the Highgate Cutbushes were from three different families with the same surname in common- not even second cousins ten times removed. So, how does it explain why Thomas Taylor Cutbush left England- as you stated in your post? That's all I want to know.

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          • #95
            Debs, you say we 'know' the exact relationship between the Highgate horticulturist Cutbush clan; and the Cutbush clan from Lambeth; and Scotland Yard. I don't think you do. I don't think anyone does. Who are 'we' anyway?
            There is fairly convincing material around linking THC to both the Highgate horticulturists and Scotland Yard, some of which you found yourself, some time ago. But since then you appear to have changed your spots.
            I wish you good luck with that.

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            • #96
              And there an awful lot of bastards involved in this Cutbush game:
              Cutbush Hollingsbee ref: 1737

              EAST KENT PEOPLE INDEX: refs from various East Kent records, randomly noted unless stated otherwise

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              A & M CUTBUSH, Ashford - advert for boarding school (Kentish Gazette 12 Jan 1808 p.1 col.1)


              Ann CUTBUSH of Union Street, aged 70 buried 8 Jan 1819
              Also William CUTBUSH of County Gaol, King Street, aged 57 buried 10 Jan 1819
              Also Frances CUTBUSH of County Gaol aged 63 buried 10 Jan 1819
              (Maidstone BTs)


              Elizabeth CUTBUSH of Milton married Francis BOYS of Milton 13 Oct 1681
              (St Margaret Canterbury, from J.Jones index)


              Elizabeth CUTBUSH:
              "We present Samuel COOPER and Elizabeth CUTBUSH for fornicac~on, ye said Elizabeth having declared on oath that
              COOPER was father of her bastard child! (1706-7) (Minster Sheppey BTs)


              Mr Wm CUTBUSH, Ashford married 22 June at Kennington to Miss Elizabeth BACK
              (Dover Telegraph 9 Jul 1836 p.8 col.4)


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              • #97
                This is an amazing read, and you get Superintendent Cutbush to boot!
                http://booksnow2.scholarsportal.info...suoft_djvu.txt

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by A.P. Wolf View Post
                  Debs, you say we 'know' the exact relationship between the Highgate horticulturist Cutbush clan; and the Cutbush clan from Lambeth; and Scotland Yard. I don't think you do. I don't think anyone does. Who are 'we' anyway?
                  There is fairly convincing material around linking THC to both the Highgate horticulturists and Scotland Yard, some of which you found yourself, some time ago. But since then you appear to have changed your spots.
                  I wish you good luck with that.
                  I am being honest-unlike some.

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                  • #99
                    Ah, honesty, rare thing, Debs. In this game I do not honestly believe you. You have been here long enough to know the difference. Honesty is when your heart and mind satisfies you. Your posts are perambulations. Things have changed eh?
                    Bye bye Debs, nice to know you.
                    You and the yankee dollar! Loving it.

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                    • Is this Cutbush Roulette? I hope so, cuz its easier than driving all the way to Mississppi

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                      Age 60 born Spitalfields. Wife Catherine age 38 born Stepney

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                      • Originally posted by Roy Corduroy View Post
                        Is this Cutbush Roulette? I hope so, cuz its easier than driving all the way to Mississppi

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                        Age 60 born Spitalfields. Wife Catherine age 38 born Stepney
                        He once lived on Buck's Row too-or rather his two orphans did.One of whom was called Thomas H (Hubie) Cutbush (no relation to either of the three families either!) ..imagine that?

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                        • Originally posted by A.P. Wolf View Post
                          Ah, honesty, rare thing, Debs. In this game I do not honestly believe you. You have been here long enough to know the difference. Honesty is when your heart and mind satisfies you. Your posts are perambulations. Things have changed eh?
                          Bye bye Debs, nice to know you.
                          You and the yankee dollar! Loving it.
                          Your bang out of order. You wont find anyone more honest and genuine then Debs.
                          You should just stick to posting your rambling rubbish.

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                          • I'd pay you a few Yankee Dollars for that support, Rob but I know you sold out yourself a few years back and have so many already that you use them to stuff your sofa cushions-all from your published Mary Ann Austin articles!

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                            • You have paid me back in friendship Debs.

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                              • You wont find anyone more honest and genuine then Debs.
                                Rob

                                Ditto.... 100 %

                                Lets focus on Cutbush and steer clear of the personal stuff.
                                Thanks.

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