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Old 02-09-2018, 01:41 AM
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Found this handy site for London streets that have had their names changed, which might be useful. Not in this instance, alas.

https://www.maps.thehunthouse.com/St...reet_Names.htm

Thanks again Josh, curious that Ivy Street, Friday Street don't appear? I wonder whether they were completely redeveloped? The same might be true for Tabbard Street, perhaps?
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On a side note:

One of the Harrison, Barber & Co, horse slaughterer, addresses was Tabard Street, Southwark.

There is a "Ripper" letter of 24 September 1888:

http://wiki.casebook.org/index.php/24_September_Letter

The writer of the letter claimed: I am horse slauterer and work at... Keep the Boro road clear or I might take a trip up there...

Could it be that the writer alluded to the Harrison & Barber horse slaughterer in Tabard Street, not far from Borough Road ("Boro Road")? The Nichols crime scene was close to the Harrison & Barber slaughterhouse in Winthrop Street.

@The Station Cat:

You can try to find a "Tabbard Street (Mile End Road) here:

http://www.bl.uk/onlinegallery/onlin...ify151060.html

Start with sheet 329 where the Whitechapel Road becomes the Mile End Road, and then continue with sheet 330, 331, 332, 333... above and below the Mile End Road you can see all of the streets. Use the search function above each sheet to find another sheet.
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On a side note:

One of the Harrison, Barber & Co, horse slaughterer, addresses was Tabard Street, Southwark.

There is a "Ripper" letter of 24 September 1888:

http://wiki.casebook.org/index.php/24_September_Letter

The writer of the letter claimed: I am horse slauterer and work at... Keep the Boro road clear or I might take a trip up there...

Could it be that the writer alluded to the Harrison & Barber horse slaughterer in Tabard Street, not far from Borough Road ("Boro Road")? The Nichols crime scene was close to the Harrison & Barber slaughterhouse in Winthrop Street.

@The Station Cat:

You can try to find a "Tabbard Street (Mile End Road) here:

http://www.bl.uk/onlinegallery/onlin...ify151060.html

Start with sheet 329 where the Whitechapel Road becomes the Mile End Road, and then continue with sheet 330, 331, 332, 333... above and below the Mile End Road you can see all of the streets. Use the search function above each sheet to find another sheet.






Thanks Brett, all very interesting stuff!!!
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It appears that Catherine EDDOWES (and her family) had connections with Tabbard Street (Southwark), could it be that PC SCHOLES had been detailed to go down there to conduct enquiries (house to house) perhaps. If so surely he wouldn't have been alone, are there records of enquires being conducted in Southwark about EDDOWES after her death?
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It appears that Catherine EDDOWES (and her family) had connections with Tabbard Street (Southwark), could it be that PC SCHOLES had been detailed to go down there to conduct enquiries (house to house) perhaps. If so surely he wouldn't have been alone, are there records of enquires being conducted in Southwark about EDDOWES after her death?

Not sure SC, but they were looking for Eddowes ex-husband, Thomas Conway, after her death. He was living in York Street, Walworth which is a few blocks south of where Tabard Street merges with Kent Road on the south end.
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Not sure SC, but they were looking for Eddowes ex-husband, Thomas Conway, after her death. He was living in York Street, Walworth which is a few blocks south of where Tabard Street merges with Kent Road on the south end.

Thanks Jerry, seems a possibility, otherwise why mention the street name at all. I wonder whether over the years, memories have become confused..........
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