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  • Photograph Of William Nichols ( Collie, 2020)

    Posted by Bruce Collie on FB today.....

    Bruce informs me that the photo is in the Andy & Sue Parlour book, The Jack The Ripper Whitechapel Murders.





    William Nichols 1841 - 1917
    William and Mary Ann Nicols (Walker) would marry at St Bride's Church Fleet Street, on January 16th 1864. They would have five children together. The last address they shared was No 6 Peabody Buildings Stamford Street Lambeth. Mary Ann would live with Thomas Drew after they broke up, in York Street.
    William would spent many years living in Peckham at various addresses.
    He was a witness at the Inquest into her death, and also identified her body at the mortuary. It would be here that he met his father in law and his son, Edward John Nicols, now twenty one years of age, who he hadn't seen for some time. It was reported that he said that seeing Mary Ann like this, that "he forgave her for all she had done", and "there was no mistake, that it had came to a sad end".




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    Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
    Posted by Bruce Collie on FB today.....

    Bruce informs me that the photo is in the Andy & Sue Parlour book, The Jack The Ripper Whitechapel Murders.





    William Nichols 1841 - 1917
    William and Mary Ann Nicols (Walker) would marry at St Bride's Church Fleet Street, on January 16th 1864. They would have five children together. The last address they shared was No 6 Peabody Buildings Stamford Street Lambeth. Mary Ann would live with Thomas Drew after they broke up, in York Street.
    William would spent many years living in Peckham at various addresses.
    He was a witness at the Inquest into her death, and also identified her body at the mortuary. It would be here that he met his father in law and his son, Edward John Nicols, now twenty one years of age, who he hadn't seen for some time. It was reported that he said that seeing Mary Ann like this, that "he forgave her for all she had done", and "there was no mistake, that it had came to a sad end".




    Itís also in The Five, How.

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      Thanks for that, Gary.....
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        Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
        Thanks for that, Gary.....
        I suspect Hallie got the womenís names mixed up...

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