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As one can plainly see plenty of area to suggest a detailed map for. A map that I can get addresses from. Dave
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Map and research by John Bennett.
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Your my new best friend! Dave that was supposed to be congratulations.
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The ripperArt Map and Map booklet are now out of print, but we have even more detailed ones now at http://www.jacktherippermap.info/

There is also a link near the bottom of the page to a Google Earth tour of Whitechapel as it is today. I should add some information on what the streets are called now as some were renamed in the late 1880's. I'll get around to it soon.

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It has been suggested and I would be remiss in not discussing it. Aside from the ambiguity of selecting which building corresponds to the ph on the map, there are other issues. Anyone familiar with my awkward steps towards understanding the terrain, knows that I could screw up just about anything. With numbering conventions varying by street, and some buildings containing more than one address ( not predictable by size on map), the potential for error grows too large. It is in this environment that the Mr. Ripper's Neighborhood project relies on maps posted by you fine users of casebook. Just recently Durward street, Brady Street, and Thrawl street had remarkable progress made. I ask again, if you have maps in an electronic form, or know the link to maps, please post them and I will load them in to Mr. Ripper's hood. Additionally, if someone familiar with google earth and the census returns for 1881 and 1891 wanted to volunteer, there is enough data to get started on adding the return data to the addresses. Dave
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The plots are in as are the links. I will add the postal directory information tomorrow. Thank You all that haved and will help. Dave
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You can find some of the census data for 1891 here: http://www.census1891.com/

It's free but not yet complete.

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I have a problem reconciling Simon's 1888 ord. sur. map with the link CooperGl posted. Specifically, they differ in the number of terrace cottages. Someone please advise. Dave
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I have a problem reconciling Simon's 1888 ord. sur. map with the link CooperGl posted. Specifically, they differ in the number of terrace cottages. Someone please advise. Dave
Ignore the Bucks Row in the CooperGl link as it is completely inaccurate.

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