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Alice Graves

Informant.

Prostitute living at 18 George Street. On the evening of 22nd December 1888 (following the death of Rose Mylett), she called on the Poplar coroner's officer, Mr. Chivers, and made the following statement:

..I am an unfortunate, and I identify the body as that of another unfortunate whom I had known for some time past and was intimate with. I knew her by the name of 'Lizzie.' I last saw her alive on Thursday morning at 2:30. She was standing outside the George, Commercial-road, and was in the company of two men. She was then the worse for drink. I passed her and went home.[1]

Her evidence appears to tally with information given by Charles Ptolomey.

References

  1. The Times, 24th December 1888

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