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    Hi

    Have just made an amazing discovery!! Having just had my book 'The Prince, His Tutor and the Ripper' published, I have turned to playing around a little with my family history.

    I was born and lived most of my life in Kent. But would you believe it, when I started my research into my family I discovered that my father's mother came from the East End two roads on from Bucks Row!

    As if that wasn't strange enough, my great grandmother (Esther Langston) died in 1894 aged only 37. Naturally such a young person dying suddenly aroused suspicions so a Coroner was bought in. Yep - Wynne E Baxter!

    So having written a Ripper book (and another about Clara Collet one of Booth's researchers in the East End), I suddenly discover an amazing link.

    Must have been in the genes!

    Incidentally I would be most interested to know any more about Baxter if anyone can fill me in? Thanks.

    Deborah McDonald

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    This is a pretty interesting find,Debbie. Nice going.
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      Adam Wood wrote about Wynne Baxter for the Sept 2005 issue of Ripperologist. His article can be read here: http://www.casebook.org/dissertations/rip-baxter.html

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        Originally posted by Dave O View Post
        Adam Wood wrote about Wynne Baxter for the Sept 2005 issue of Ripperologist. His article can be read here: http://www.casebook.org/dissertations/rip-baxter.html
        Dear Dave O

        Thanks a million for the tip. Will get on and have a look. I probably have the copy lurking somewhere on my computer but do not remember that article.

        Kind regards

        Debbie

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