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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...morton+rou se (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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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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