Witness (though not called to Mary Ann Nichols' inquest).
Born c.1853, Whitechapel, married to Emma (b.1855). A horse slaughterman employed at Harrison, Barber & Co, Winthrop Street.
After being informed of the murder of Mary Ann Nichols by PC John Thain at 4.15am, 31st August 1888, Mumford accompanied co-workers Henry Tomkins and Charles Bretton to the scene in Buck's Row.
In 1891, Mumford is recorded as living at 22 Winthrop Street (opposite the slaughterhouse) with his wife and three children, James (b.1886), Frederick (b.1889) and Alice (b.1891)
- ↑ Jack the Ripper: The Facts, Paul Begg (Robson 2006)
- ↑ Census reports 1891