Born: 30 July 1853, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, England
The book I’m currently reading is about the wife murderer Frederick Baily Deeming , who some people believe could also be a candidate for Jack the Ripper.
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Frederick Bailey Deeming. Frederick Bailey (also written Bayley) Deeming, born in 1842, was said to have had an unnaturally strong relationship with his mother. Upon her death in 1873, Deeming became emotionally distrought, and remained in such a state for quite some time afterward.
May 23, 2012 · 1892: Frederick Bailey Deeming, Bluebeard. May 23rd, 2012 Meaghan (Thanks to Meaghan Good of the Charley Project for the guest post. -ed.). On this day in 1892, Frederick Bailey Deeming was hanged in Melbourne, Australia for the murder of his second wife, Emily Mather. She was not his only victim; he’d also murdered his first wife, son and three daughters.
Deeming Confesses Posted on May 8, 2017 May 8, 2017 by Richard Jones Over the Christmas period 1891, Frederick Bailey Deeming (1853 – 1892) murdered his wife, Emily Mather, at a house they were renting in the Windsor suburb of Melbourne, Australia.
Frederick Bailey Deeming . Frederick Bailey Deeming or Mad Fred, as he was known, used many alias during his infamous life, including Druin, Dawson, Duncan, Lawson and Williams. He was born in Merseyside on 30 July 1853 and was the youngest of seven children.