Witness at Frances Coles' inquest.
Born c.1867 in Great Baddow, Essex.
Lived at the White Swan public house, Whitechapel High Street, where her father Frederick was the landlord. Appearing on the last day of the Coles inquest, she deposed:
"On Wednesday, the 11th inst., I remember a man and a woman coming to the house about 12 o'clock. I served them, and the man bought half a pint of whisky, which he took away in a bottle. On Friday morning, the 13th of February, in consequence of something said to me by the barmaid, I looked into the bar, and there saw the man I believe I saw on the previous Wednesday. I have seen the body of the dead woman and also the man Sadler, and I recognize both as the woman and man I saw in the public house."