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    The Graveyard


    I've spent years looking for graves all over the country (and outside the country too). Among all of them I have some related, to a greater or lesser extent, with our topic of interest.

    In the future, I hope not too far, I will publish a book with a small number selected from this list and completed with many others not related to crimes, but no less interesting, that I have in my files.

    This first post will be updated as we incorporate new finds. The fact of appearing in this list means that we have discussed on that grave, not necessarily that it has been discovered where it is.

    Any contribution will be very welcome, information, photos, records, clues...


    A-Z

    Aarons, Joseph
    Adams, Fanny
    Adler, Herman
    Ah sing
    Anderson, Robert
    Angel, Miriam
    Arthur, George Compton Archibald
    Atcheler, Jack
    Atherstone, Thomas Welden
    Austin, Mary Ann
    Barnardo, Thomas John
    Barrett, Michael
    Barrow, Elizabeth
    Baxter, Wynne Edwin
    Beer, Ada Sophia
    Bentley, Derek
    Bentley, Robert
    Besant, Walter
    Bettles, Willie
    Biddy the Chiver
    Bonomi, JosephBond, Thomas
    Booth, William & family
    Bravo, CharlesBrough, Edwin
    Brooke, Stopford Augustus
    Byrnes, Thomas F
    Cadosh, Alice
    Cadosh, Isabella Adelaine
    Cakebread, Jane
    Camp, Elizabeth
    Carlisle, Anthony
    Cass, Elizabeth
    Chandler family
    Charrington, Frederick Nicholas
    Clarkson, Willy
    Cohen, Lionel Louis
    Coles, Frances
    Collins, Lottie
    Coombes, Emily Harrison
    Cooney, John & Elizabeth
    Cornell, George
    Courtoy, Hannah
    Cox, Henry
    Crippen, Cora
    Crook, Alice Margaret
    Crook, Elizabeth
    Crookes, William
    Crossingham, ​​William
    Cutbush, Thomas Hayne
    Darby family
    Davis, Elizabeth
    Dawes, Augusta
    De Leeuw, Solomon
    Deley, Iris Miriam
    Dew, Walter
    Dimmock, Emily
    Diplock, Thomas
    Drew, Thomas Stewart
    Druitt, Montague John
    Duff and Sidney families
    Eddowes, Catherine
    Elizabeth Smith, Emma
    Ellis, John
    Ellis, Ruth
    Evans, Beryl & Geraldine
    Evans, Timothy
    Fleming, Joseph
    Foster, Alfred Lawrence
    Gill, John
    Gold, Frederick Isaac
    Godley, George
    Gray, Henry
    Griffith, Frances
    Gull, William
    Halse, Daniel
    Harris, Joseph
    Hawksmoor, Nicholas
    Hay, Will
    Hocking, Silas K
    Hogarth, Mary Scott
    Hogarth, William
    Holland, Camille Cecile
    Houdini, Harry
    Hurley, Alex
    Hogg Phoebe
    Huxley, Thomas Henry
    Jamrach, Charles
    Jeffs, Amelia
    Johnson, Ada
    Joscelyne, Ralph
    Kaye, Violette
    Kent, Francis Saville
    Knox, Dr
    Kozminski, Aaron & family
    Lane, Harriet Louisa
    Lawende, Joseph
    Lechmere, Charles Allen
    Leeson, Benjamin Charles
    Leno, Dan
    Levy, Goodman John
    Levy, Jacob & family
    Levy, ​​​​​​​Joseph Hyam
    Lily Templeton
    Littlechild, John George
    Llewellyn, ​​​​​​​Rees Ralph
    Long Wolf
    ​​​​​​​Low, Henry
    Lusk, George
    ​​​​​​​MacDonald, Jane
    MacKenzie, William
    Macnaghten, ​​​​​​​Melville Leslie
    Marsh, ​​​​​​​Maud
    ​​​​​​​Masset, ​​​​​​​Manfred Louis
    Masters, Annie
    ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Maybrick, ​​​​​​​James
    Mayne, ​​​​​​​Richard
    ​​​​​​​McCarthy, ​​​​​​​John
    McKenzie, Alice
    ​​​​​​​McWilliam, ​​​​​​​James
    Merrick, ​​​​​​​Joseph
    Milward, ​​​​​​​Annie
    Money, Mary Sophia
    Monro, James
    Montague, Samuel
    Morris, ​​​​​​​Ann Hannah
    ​​​​​​​Myllet, ​​​​​​​Rose
    ​​​​​​​Newton, John
    Nichols, ​​​​​​​Mary Ann
    Norman, Tom
    ​​​​​​​Openshaw, L P
    Openshaw, Thomas Horrocks
    ​​​​​​​Page, ​​​​​​​Vera
    Paul Eagle Star
    Peasenhall, ​​​​​​​Rose Harsent
    ​​​​​​​Pennett, William Benjamin
    ​​​​​​​Phillips, ​​​​​​​Bagster
    Pizer, John & family
    Prager, ​​​​​​​Esther
    Red Penny
    Reeves, Charles
    Reid, Edmund​​​​​​
    Robinson, ​​​​​​​John
    Roots, Thomas
    Rothschild, ​​​​​​​Nathan Mayer
    Sagar, Robert
    Sadford, Alice (Fiddymont), and daughter.
    Saunders, ​​​​​​​William Sedgwick​​​​​​​
    Schwartz, Israel
    Searle, Percy Knight
    Sickert, Walter & parents
    Sims, ​​​​​​​George Robert
    Smith, Henry
    Spink, Isabella
    Star Ghost Dog
    ​​​​​​​Staunton, Harriet
    Stephen, ​​​​​​​James Fitzjames
    Stephen, James Kenneth
    Stephenson, Robert Donston
    Stride, ​​​​​​​John Thomas
    ​​​​​​​Surrounded by the Enemy
    Swanson, ​​​​​​​Donald Sutherland
    Tabram, ​​​​​​​Henry
    Tabram, Henry Samuel
    Tabram, ​​​​​​​Martha
    ​​​​​​​Tabram, Matilda Ann Hannah
    ​​​​​​​Taylor, ​​​​​​​Bessie
    ​​​​​​​Templeton, Lily
    Terriss, William
    Thick, ​​​​​​​Susan
    Thick, ​​​​​​​William
    Thomas, Julia Martha
    Thompson, Edith
    Thompson, ​​​​​​​Ernest
    Thompson, Percy
    Treble, Margaret
    ​​​​​​​Tucker, ​​​​​​​Charles
    Tumblety, ​​​​​​​Francis
    Turrell, William
    Tyler, ​​​​​​​William
    Unknown Woman, Pinchin St Torso
    Walker, Henry
    Warren, Charles
    ​​​​​​​Watkins, ​​​​​​​Edward
    Wensley, Frederick Porter
    ​​​​​​​Whicher, Jonathan
    White, Stephen
    William, Herbert & Julia
    Williams, ​​​​​​​Montagu Stephen
    ​​​​​​​Williamson, ​​​​​​​Adolphus Frederick
    Wilson, Charles Frederick
    Winslow, Forbes
    Worth, ​​​​​​​Adam
    Zapolski, Bronisław





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    Alice Cadosch's was the last one I found. I was actually after Albert Cadosh, but I lost track of him in Colchester. I heard he could have gone to Newcastle but that was starting to be like looking for a needle in a haystack.
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  • #2
    Fascinating stuff, Jose.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post
      Fascinating stuff, Jose.
      Thank you very much Gary,

      I was also very glad to find PC Edward Watkins, 881City, in Romford Cemetery.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jose Oranto View Post

        Thank you very much Gary,

        I was also very glad to find PC Edward Watkins, 881City, in Romford Cemetery.
        Wow! Did you see William Crossingham’s grave while you were there?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post

          Wow! Did you see William Crossingham’s grave while you were there?
          Glad you like it Gary. Yes sure, have some pics
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          • #6
            The Crossingham’s last address was just across the road from where I live.

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            • #7
              Jose once shared some photos of the former location and surrounding area of the East River Hotel.....which I greatly appreciate....here's two of them.
              That would be Inspector Byrnes



              Jose took this one from the roof of the building which now occupies the former plot the hotel stood on


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              • #8

                Joseph Hyam Levy, Plashet Cemetery, found on February 10, 2022
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                • #9
                  On February 21st, thanks to Mrs. Lisa Jenner, Chapel Attendant East London Cemetery & Crematorium, I learned the approximate place where Frances Coles, Alice McKenzie and the Pinchin St Torso were buried. Unfortunately we cannot be more precise with the location since that the tombstones of the three squares were cleared long ago. The land was raised and reused for new burials, but the new headstones, from the early 20th century, were renumbered differently. As there are not at least two of the old ones still standing, it is not possible to be more precise. Well, they are no less precise than those of The City of London Cemetery.

                  Frances Coles 21/19270
                  Alice McKenzie 37/21193
                  Unknown Woman 45/16185

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
                    Jose once shared some photos of the former location and surrounding area of the East River Hotel.....which I greatly appreciate....here's two of them.
                    That would be Inspector Byrnes


                    Jose took this one from the roof of the building which now occupies the former plot the hotel stood on


                    Thanks Amigo mio

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                    • #11
                      De nada, jefe !
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jose Oranto View Post
                        On February 21st, thanks to Mrs. Lisa Jenner, Chapel Attendant East London Cemetery & Crematorium, I learned the approximate place where Frances Coles, Alice McKenzie and the Pinchin St Torso were buried. Unfortunately we cannot be more precise with the location since that the tombstones of the three squares were cleared long ago. The land was raised and reused for new burials, but the new headstones, from the early 20th century, were renumbered differently. As there are not at least two of the old ones still standing, it is not possible to be more precise. Well, they are no less precise than those of The City of London Cemetery.

                        Frances Coles 21/19270
                        Alice McKenzie 37/21193
                        Unknown Woman 45/16185
                        Its a pity the remains cannot now be located. It would be interesting if DNA could be extracted from the Pinchin Street torso and relatives identified.

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                        • #13
                          Thanks for those, Jose, particularly the McKenzie one. Looks like she’s in the shade of a tree.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post
                            Thanks for those, Jose, particularly the McKenzie one. Looks like she’s in the shade of a tree.

                            Not really Gary, we have placed it there because belonging to the same square as Elizabeth Stride, they have very separate numbers, as the square is not very large I wanted to place the improvised memorial as far away as possible from Stride, but honestly, I do not think that McKenzie was buried at edge of the path, that place must have been reserved for private graves. Surely she was buried a little further away

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                            • #15
                              Dr. Thomas Bond


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