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Re: Peter Howarth murdered his wife in Salford
Posted by: Peter Kilvert (ID *****2887) Date: July 17, 2009 at 07:29:14
In Reply to: Peter Howarth murdered his wife in Salford by Peter Kilvert of 864

Further to the MURDER in Salford:

PETER HOWARTH was held in Strangeways Gaol, Manchester and then transferred to Stafford Gaol and finally transferred to Lewes Gaol, Sussex, in 1902.

In April 1902, whilst making bags in Lewes Gaol, he attempted suicide by slitting his throat. After loosing a great deal of blood and being unable to feed, he died at 10.30 am on Wednesday 9th April and is buried in St Anne's churchyard, Lewes.

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