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Old 05-15-2017, 01:36 PM
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The list below is a group of murder victims who were killed in the late 1880s. If you know about any of them, please describe them in a comment.

Mary Jane Voller
Johnny Gill
Mary Kate Waknell
William Barrett
Mrs T. Smith

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Johnny Gill was an eight year-old boy found mutilated and dismembered in Bradford. William Barrett wasn't a murder victim. He was the milkman who was suspected of killing him.
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Actually, you're wrong. Yes, the milkman was called William Barrett, but the William Barrett I'm thinking of was a young boy murdered in London.
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Hello Parker,

There was also the Barbara Waterhouse murder in 1891.

http://jtrforums.com/showthread.php?t=16822

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Actually, you're wrong. Yes, the milkman was called William Barrett, but the William Barrett I'm thinking of was a young boy murdered in London.
Ah yes. You refer to the boy killed in Upton Park in 1897?
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If I am not mistaken, "Mrs. T. Smith" may have been one of the people (in her case, a rarity - an elderly lady) who lived in West Ham and vanished. Ms Voller was killed in some park, I believe, about 1897 or 98.

Barbara Waterhouse was murdered by a man named Turner, whose mother assisted him in getting rid of the body (and got a prison sentence as a result). Turner was hanged.

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Yes I was, really quite an unknown murder that one
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