Jack The Ripper
Jack The Ripper - Serial Killer, East End of London, 1888
15th August 2018. Welcome to our new Jack The Ripper Project. Over the coming months we'll be adding references to all the Jack The Ripper suspects, police personnel, doctors and others involved in the Ripper story. Please come back often.
Victims ('Canonical Five')
Mary Ann Nichols
Mary Ann Nichols was brutally murdered on Friday 31st August 1888.
Annie Chapman was violently mutilated on 8th September 1888.
Elizabeth Stride was murdered in the early hours of 30th September 1888
Catherine Eddowes was murdered in the early hours of 30th September 1888
Mary Kelly was brutally murdered on 9th November 1888
Victims (Not widely considered as victims of Jack The Ripper)
Martha Tabram is not considered to be a victim of Jack The Ripper by most Ripper experts. She is not known as one of the 'Canonical Five'
Emma Elizabeth Smith
Emma Elizabeth Smith is another murder victim who is not considered to be one of Jack The Ripper's victims.
Dr Frederick Blackwell
Dr Timothy Robert Killeen
Dr Rees Ralph Llewellyn
PC Thomas Barrett 226H
PC Edward Collins
Inspector Edmund Reid
Martha Tabram Murder investigation
Inspector Ernest Ellisdon
PC Mizen 55H
PC Henry Lamb
PC John Neil 97J
PC John Neil 97J discovered the body of Mary Ann Nichols at approximately 3.45am on 31st August 1888. He was the first Constable on the scene.
PC John Thain 96J
Chief Constable Adolphus Williamson
Chief Constable Adolphus Williamson was initially in charge of the Annie Chapman murder investigation. When public panic increased Chief Inspector Donald Sutherland Swanson was put in overall command.
Wynne E Baxter
Persons of interest
Alfred George Crow
George Akin Lusk
Joseph and Elizabeth Mahoney
John Saunders Reeves
Thomas Hancock Nunn
Thomas Hancock Nunn was the honorary secretary of The St Jude’s Vigilance Committee
Henry Samuel Tabram
Charles Cross (22 Doveton Street, Bethnal Green)
George Yard Buildings
17 Marshall Street, London Road, Southwark
17 Marshall Street is the address in which Martha Tabram was born. Martha was born on the 10th May 1849.
Old Montague Street
6 River Terrace, East Greenwich
6 River Terrace, East Greenwich was the address of Henry Samuel Tabram at the time of his wife's death.