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Old August 6th, 2015, 03:17 PM   #1
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Tomorrow, August 7th, marks the 127th Anniversary of Martha Tabram's murder in George Yard.
R.I.P. Martha....
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Old August 6th, 2015, 03:49 PM   #2
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Still not got that like or thanks button or i would...lol..

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Old August 6th, 2015, 10:49 PM   #3
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Thanks for reminding us Howard. I normally remember these anniversaries but, I forgot this year.
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Rest in peace, Martha.
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I find it very sad that nobody cared for this woman. She had no one to love her and take care of her.

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Gone but not forgotten 127 years later. RIP Martha.
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127 years ago today, Martha's body was identified by her former husband, Henry Samuel Tabram.
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127 years ago today, Martha's body was identified by her former husband, Henry Samuel Tabram.
All the women, struggled day in, day out. Was Martha a Ripper victim? Or was the murder at the hands of a soldier?

Mrs Mahoney back in doors after food shopping by 1:50am. 2am, soldier spotted by PC Barrett. Other solider with Tabram, just miss Mrs Mahoney, then killed before 2:30am. All this going on whilst PC Barrett tells loitering soldier to move on.

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Paul: Read Tom Wescott's 'Bank Holiday Murders'. There was quite a bit of mayhem going on in the street in front of the building where Martha was killed. There was a lot of activity that night which greatly complicates things.
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