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Joseph Lawende (later known as Lavender) (9 February 1847-9 January 1925).
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Joseph Lawende (also known as Lavender) (9 February 1847-9 January 1925).
  
 
Witness who saw a man and woman standing at the corner of [[Duke Street]] and [[Church Passage]], leading to [[Mitre Square]], at about 1.35 a.m. on the morning of 30 September 1888, about ten minutes before the body of [[Catherine Eddowes]] was discovered in [[Mitre Square]].
 
Witness who saw a man and woman standing at the corner of [[Duke Street]] and [[Church Passage]], leading to [[Mitre Square]], at about 1.35 a.m. on the morning of 30 September 1888, about ten minutes before the body of [[Catherine Eddowes]] was discovered in [[Mitre Square]].

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Joseph Lawende (also known as Lavender) (9 February 1847-9 January 1925).

Witness who saw a man and woman standing at the corner of Duke Street and Church Passage, leading to Mitre Square, at about 1.35 a.m. on the morning of 30 September 1888, about ten minutes before the body of Catherine Eddowes was discovered in Mitre Square.