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Old January 10th, 2017, 06:32 PM   #31
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What, Sue Lechmere believes Thomas Cutbush was an ancestor?


To have one Ripper suspect in your family tree may be regarded as a misfortune. To have two looks like carelessness.
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Old January 10th, 2017, 06:36 PM   #32
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Oh man !!!

I thought you wanted the Lechmere lady !!

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Old January 10th, 2017, 06:53 PM   #33
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Robert, offhand, I think members of the family of Thomas Hubie Cutbush ended up in Romford. He was one of two brothers who once lived on Buck's Row IIRC?
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Old January 10th, 2017, 07:00 PM   #34
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Robert, offhand, I think members of the family of Thomas Hubie Cutbush ended up in Romford. He was one of two brothers who once lived on Buck's Row IIRC?
Could be my taxi driver is a descendant, then?
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Old January 10th, 2017, 07:05 PM   #35
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Oh man !!!

I thought you wanted the Lechmere lady !!

Sorry Bob.
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I've found another John Noboby, born 1840ish, who was convicted at Worship Street Police Court on 7/1/1886 of keeping a bawdy house. At the same court on the same day a couple named James and Mary Carthy were acquitted of a similar charge.
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Old January 10th, 2017, 07:19 PM   #36
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Could be my taxi driver is a descendant, then?
It's a different family Gary. But Thomas Hubie Cutbush was the same age as Thomas Hayne Cutbush from what I remember of the research from years back and the family were from Whitechapel. I know some members of that family ended up in Romford.

Any UK Cutbush family of Thomas Hayne would be descended from his grandfather Thomas's brothers or before that I would think. That's working from memory. His father had some other children but they were all born abroad; Australia, New Zealand and Natal and his grandfather only had one son. It's possible he is related but Thomas had no descendants himself.
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Old January 10th, 2017, 07:33 PM   #37
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Thomas Huby/Hubie Cutbush apparently born 1850, Debs. Whenever I hear that name I always think of 'Hubie Cutbush and the News.'


He was living a few hundred yards from me in 1911 (except I wasn't there then!)
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Thomas Huby/Hubie Cutbush apparently born 1850, Debs. Whenever I hear that name I always think of 'Hubie Cutbush and the News.'


He was living a few hundred yards from me in 1911 (except I wasn't there then!)
His old man was a hairdresser.
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Old January 10th, 2017, 09:11 PM   #39
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Without reading back through all the posts, at a charity Jack the Ripper event I organised at St John's Church in Bethnal Green - that featured celebs such as Christer, Cheryl Baker from Bucks Fizz (as Polly Nichols) and Tommy Walsh (from Ground Force) - afterwards a lady came up and said she was the great grand niece (or something like that) of Cutbush. I was a bit distracted tidying things up so couldn't give her full attention but I introduced her to Lindsay Siviter and I think Mark Galloway from the WS.

I can only imagine that Gary's other Taxi Driver knew of Old Ma Lechmere's cat's meat establishment on the Highway.
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Old January 10th, 2017, 09:48 PM   #40
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The George Yard Mission was at 87 Whitechapel High Street.

The numbering is:
89 - White Hart.
Then the entrance to George Yard (Gunthorpe Street).
88 - a pawnbrokers on the 1890 Goad map - now a clothes shop called Alberts that also sells tickets for Ripper tours.
87 - George Yard Mission - now an amusemnet arcade.
86 - a chemists in 1890 - now an artisan coffee shop I think.
85 - was Ye Old Angel - now a perfume shop - in the sketch the top of the building looks the same although it has one too few floors. The building now has a sign above it saying '1900' - suggesting it was built then.
Then the entrance to Angel Alley.
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