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Chief Inspector Henry Moore

MOORE, Chief Inspector Henry

Born : 1848

1869 : Joined Metropolitan Police, Warrenton no. 51712. W Division, Clapham.

1878 : Promoted to Sergeant in Y Division, Holloway.

1878 : Promoted to Inspector in P Division, Peckham.

1881 : Moved to CID, P Division.

1888 : Moved to Commissioner's office, Scotland Yard.

1899 : Retired.

Source:

Begg, Fido, and Skinner. The Jack the Ripper A-Z.


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