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  • Originally posted by Batman View Post
    It would be a nice surprise if Dorset St., PC, mysterious L.64 turned out to be PC LIPSKI 64

    Anyway, I heard someone solved that mystery?

    Simon Wood has 200 of them here.

    https://www.casebook.org/dissertatio...personnel.html
    A post from David Orsam:https://forum.casebook.org/showthrea...t=morton+rouse (post #30)

    In Police Orders of 26 March 1889, P.C. 63L is stated to be Constable Rouse (who was then on the sick list).

    A little bit of digging, shows that this was Henry Rouse who joined the Met Police in L Division on 14 August 1882, with warrant number 67055, and resigned on 11 May 1889. Police Orders for 11 May 1889 give his conduct for his certificate as "Very Good".

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    • Originally posted by jerryd View Post
      A post from David Orsam:https://forum.casebook.org/showthrea...t=morton+rouse (post #30)

      In Police Orders of 26 March 1889, P.C. 63L is stated to be Constable Rouse (who was then on the sick list).

      A little bit of digging, shows that this was Henry Rouse who joined the Met Police in L Division on 14 August 1882, with warrant number 67055, and resigned on 11 May 1889. Police Orders for 11 May 1889 give his conduct for his certificate as "Very Good".
      Thanks!
      Bona fide canonical and then some.

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