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Who is Walter Andrews & Walter Dew


Andrus: a variant of "Andrew", derives from the Greek "Andread", a derivative of the word "Andreois", meaning "manly", from "aner", "andros" male. "Andrew" and its very numerous variants been popular partly due to the name of St. Andrew, the name of the first of Christ's disciples, who is the patron saint of Scotland and also of Russia. first recorded in England in the Domesday Book in its Latin form of "Andreas". development has included "Moricius Andrewys" (1275, Worcestershire), William Andro, (1339, Aberdeen), John Andrus, (1510, Norfolk) and Humfrey Andros (1552, Yorkshire). The first recorded spelling William Andreu (witness) 1237, Fees Court Records, Berkshire. during the reign of King Henry III 1216 - 1272. (Q?s: Kathy Warren Adams of Central Neighborhood House, mothers maiden is Andrus, is likely where Malik Sowavy-Wright used my email account to sent messages to cause my arrest – Andrea Anger on Thanksgiving 2011 – Swe / Siwy / Siwek – Mauritius / Mercieca / Marcel B. Lewis investigating officer – Cindy Lewis – Harold Morris / Dave Morris – Winfrey – Alread / Stead / Dead / Dean?)

P.C. Walter Andrews, 272H

b. c.1858, Heveningham, Suffolk. Joined Police 1880 (No.64735). m. Ellen (b.1859), son Norman (b.1885), living at 33 Huntingdon Buildings, Bethnal Green. (Q?s: Burlington / Hurley / Ohrling – Herring?)

PC Walter Andrews (not to be confused with Insp. Walter Andrews) found Alice McKenzie's body in Castle Alley in the morning 17 July 1889. His police statement still survives:

Commercial St. Station H Div. July 17,1889

10 min. to 1 o'clock the 17th inst. I was passing through Castle Alley Whitechapel trying the doors when I saw a woman lying on the pavement with her throat cut but I saw no one in the street at the time. I touched the body with my hand and found that she was quite warm. I at once blew my whistle when I saw Isaac Lewis Jacob of No. 12 New Castle place going towards Wentworth Street with a plate in his hand he said that he was going to get something for his supper. I said you had better stop here with me as there have been a woman murdered. Just at that minute Srgt Badham heard the whistle blow & came running up to my assistance. I told the Sergeant that there was a woman laying on the foot way in Castle Alley with her throat cut. I ran back & took charge of the body until the Doctor arrived & stated the woman was dead. body to the mortuary by ambulance.

Walter Andrews

Thos. Hawkes,

Andrews gave his testimony at the official inquest into the death of Alice McKenzie.

About ten minutes to 1 this morning I saw Sgrt Badlam at corner of Old Castle-st., leading into Castle-alley on opposite corner of the publichouse. The sergeant said, "All right," & I said the same. I then proceeded up Castle-alley and tried the doors on the west side of the alley. While doing so I noticed a woman lying on the pavement. Her head was lying eastward & was on the edge of the kerbstone, with her feet towards the building, which was a wheelwright's shop & warehouse.

[Coroner] Was the body touched before the doctor arrived? - Only by my touching the face to see if it was cold. It had not been disturbed.

[Coroner] How far was it from the lamp? - Almost underneath. About 2 ft. from the lamp-post.

[Coroner] Was any wagon there? - Two; one was a scavenger's wagon, and the other a brewer's dray. They were on the same side of the way. The wagons hid the body from persons in the cottages opposite. The head was almost underneath the scavenger's wagon.

[Coroner] Where [sic] her clothes up? - Yes, almost level to the chin. Her legs and body were exposed. I noticed that blood was running from the left side of the neck.
[Coroner] You said you felt her? - I touched the abdomen. It was quite warm. I then blew my whistle, and between two and three minutes Sergeant Badlam came up. The sergeant gave me orders to stay by the body and not touch it until the doctor arrived. The body was not touched until Dr. Phillips arrived about five or ten minutes past 1.

[Coroner] Had you seen any one? - I had not. There was not a soul in the alley that I saw. After I saw the body lying on the pavement I heard a footstep coming from Old Castle-place, and I saw a young man, named Isaac Lewis Jacobs. I said, "Where are you going?" He said, "I am going to Wentworth-street to fetch something for my supper." At the time he was carrying a plate in his hand. Jacobs came back with me and stayed there until the sergeant arrived.

[Coroner] Had you been in the alley before? - Yes. Between 20 and 25 minutes past 12. I went into the alley after Allen. After he came out I went in some two or three minutes later. No one was in the alley then. After I left Allen I went into Goldston-street, then into Whitechapel High-street, down Middlesex-street into Wentworth-street again. It was there I saw the sergeant, as I have already stated.

[Coroner] Did any one attract your attention? - No, I saw no one in Goldston or Middlesex streets.

The Foreman. - Do you think deceased had been drawn to where you found her or murdered there? - I think she was killed there. I should think she had been standing up against the lamp-post, and then pulled or dragged down. There was no trail of blood away from the body, and no splashes of blood.

[Coroner?] How long have you been on the beat? - A fortnight.

[Coroner] Do people come there? - People often come to sleep in the vans, but when we find them we turn them out. I have not seen the alley used for immoral purposes, and have not seen any women there at all.

[Coroner] How many vans are there at night in the alley? – 6 or 8 besides several costermonger's barrows.

[Coroner] Did you see any one the worse for drink about there last night? - I did not.

Andrews retired 1906.


Who is Catherine Eddowes, John Kelly, James Kelly, Thomas Conway,

Broadmoor Asylum, Jim Tully, Ed Norris

--- Kelly (surname), English, Irish, Clan Kelly (Scotland); Kelly family of Uí Maine (Ireland) ( /ˈkɛli/) numerous origins. some cases it is derived from toponyms located in Wales, Scotland & England, other cases it is derived from patronyms in the Irish language. In many cases Kelly is an Anglicisation of the Irish surname Ó Ceallaigh, which means "descendant of Ceallach". Ceallach has been thought to mean "bright-headed", but the current understanding is that the name means "frequenting churches", derived from the Irish ceall. other cases an Anglicisation of the Irish Ó Cadhla & means "descendant of Cadhla", also can be derived from several place names. For example, 2 places in Scotland: Kelly, near Arbroath; & Kellie, in Fife. in England: Kelly, in Devon. This place name is derived from the Cornish celli, meaning "wood" or "grove". also very common in Galloway, and the Isle of Man. (Q?s: Crown
Margaret Creal / Diane Hilary Cleator – Paige / Paisley / Peace to Pauline Murphy Davis – Dinesh Narinjan Chellaiah befriended me at Good Shepherd 2010 to Nov. 2011 with Patricia Kelly, Janet McCleggon / Chleb, Marcin Wojnowski & Tom Liss / Donna Ellis – Chiarelli – Calayca – Broadmoor Asylum / Slocum - Leighton – O’Sullivan / Tully – Eige / Allo / Atto / Eddowes / Donna Keating Cornwell at Vanier – Chleb / Grab / Debney / Hebda / Haddad - Ellen Keating to Joseph Anthony Goralczyk / Sheilagh / Sheila / Shell / Sheldrake – Marilyn Anne Kieley nee Brown d. Oct. 19, 2011, partner of Lon Castle, son James Woods & wife Sue, dau. Shannon Kieley & hub Chris, gr-son JJ Fey, siblings Fred & wife Marion, Tom & wife Kathy, Barry, Jerry & wife Barb, Diane, Nancy & Hub James Hallas, / Halse / Haskell / Allison / Slack Alice – Daniel Cadman – Saari / Searl / Teale – Allison / Challice / Cahill / Hill – Elena Celia at 416 Drop In Center – Woods / Woodhouse – Grover / Driver / Gowan / Rogina – Callow / Cailles / Swailles / Swanson / Swayze / Cal Lorimer at Central Neighborhood House up to Aug. 2011 – Shortell / Horner - Wayne / Mainprize / Martin / Swain / Twain / Paine / Payne / Swayze – McCallum / Slocum / McCaull to O’Neill to Orange – Abotossaway / Gall / Sowavy / Conway / Swallow / Swailles / Swayze / Schwartz / De Sart?)


Collings = O’Coillean: Olde English, 2 possible origins, i. Old Norse name "Kollungr" a form of "koli" in (pre 7th Cen.) took form of "Cola", signified one of dark or swarthy appearance. ii. "Coll" a diminutive of "Nicholas", Greek meaning "victory of the people", popular due to influence of St. Nicholas, patron saint of children & sailors. (Q?s: Kelly = O’Ceallaigh - Tully – Munger – Clifford - Kellogg – Cunalingus / Coitus with child / Santa Claus is pedophile training image to look up to someone other the parent?)

--- (2003) Ron Smythe, Birmimgham, 03 July 2003 21:52:48, Message: Neglected to note in earlier guestbook that brother Jack was a Koyli. & 03 July 2003 11:46:31, Message: I am researching my brothers army career. was L/Cpl.4690474 John"Jack"James Smythe 2nd. Bat. Jack was posted to India 1939, took part in retreat in Burmah, died in battle on 10th. June 1942 age 23, no grave, recorded on the Rangoon Memorial Myanmar, family did not receive his personal effects (medals)etc. (Q?s: Brigham Hosp. to Rick Siwek - Koli - Collings – O’Coillean / O’Ceallaigh = Kelly / Coyle / Doyle & Martin molested my dau. & Collings foster home where my son was molested – Rosie Smythe - Kathleen Smyth with Baquie Ghazi - Durham as Oshawa or Whitby / Holmby / Wojn?)


Collings variations: Colling, Collong, Colinge, Collinge, Collin, Collins, Colin, Collinet, Kolling, Coulon, Coullong, Gulling, Guling, Koullong, O’Coillean, Kollungr, koli, Cola, Coll, Nicholas, Collingus, Collynges, Collier, Nicol, Nick, Col, Nickson, Nixon, Nicolson, Cole, Coleson, Collin (g) (s), Further likely: O’Ceallaigh, Cleator, Creal, Croll, Colle, Coyle, Coyne, Coulter / Colt, Ohrling, Gall, Chleb, Colleen Kelly, Cotton, Callum, Slocum, ll is m – Somers / Solleder (See David Collings foster home in Keswick Ontario: molestations of my son 1985-6 on Irene Dr. – Robin Nicholas Dir. over Ian Swayze, Stephanie Brown, Derek Pallandi & Sumeeta Chatterjee & Waisman – Deborah Coyne to Trudeau – Patricia Kelly from O’Ceallaigh of Good Shepherd – Rosalia Solleder to Rosar Morrison Funeral Home to donation of Royal LePage Real Estate to Rosie Delroy a.k.a. Rosalind Dobravsky at 416 Drop InCenter for Women – Dave Morris / Det. Harold Morris – more info in Public account listed in these articles?)


Metherell: medieval Cornish origin and is locational from a place so called in Cornwall, is thought to be from the Welsh 'merthyr', martyr and the Old English pre 7th Century 'hyll', hill, thus (the church of) the martyr on the hill. early recordings of a variant of this name appears as 'Martha hill' in London in 1691. seeking work elsewhere, they would often adopt the placename as a means of identification. Recorded in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, is the christening of Honor Metherell May 27th 1627, and in Launcells, of Richard Metherell Mar. 6th 1672. The first recorded William Metherell April 18th 1617, St. Columb Major, Cornwall, during the reign of King James 1 of England and V1 of Scotland, 1603-1625. (Q?s: Methvan - J.P. Them / Linda Martin molested my dau. then her ring abducted my daughter - Judy Metheral neighbor of David Collings in Keswick 1986 – Colle / MacCaull / Waller is Walker – from Kelly: Metherall + O’Cealaigh = Mercieca m. Zammit with Frank Francesco whose mothers maiden is Martin at Good Shepherd Nov. 19, 2011 / Zammit = Martin – Lucy Lucelle tried to murder me at 416 Drop In Center with man who looks just like John Oka / Owa / Ornwal – Loundes – James to Thames – Cumbia / 2mia – Brian Beaverall to Lori Ann Slocum & Brandes?)

Possible name change jumps from or to O’Ceallaigh: OCEALLAIGH a.k.a. KELLY

Re: Alice St. Guelph & Heather Eagle / Andrea Anger / Elena Oliva / Maureen Addie / George Ohrling / Angela Signorile / Christian Patrik McCallum / Lori Ann Slocum / Harouna Gueye / Gonslao Carreira / Christine McGoey / Maxwell Meigen / Prof. Saleh / Sheldrake Mngmt. / Waud Ehlers / Mary Jocelyn Aviado – Joseph Anthony Goralczyk – Ian of Swayze & Gary / Baquie Ghazi / Kathleen Smyth / Allison & Gillian Siwek & Joan Stafford to Allison / John Flaherty / Christine Helliker / Radica Domian / Logan Bodeara / Tom Liss / Sharon Nagy / Anne Nagy / Max Milliono / Balian /


Interchanging: C to k to s to z to u to n, --- ll to m or w or th or x, --- g to j --- L to T or F --- H to R, --- h or i to y, --- A to v, --- g to p to d to b to q, gh to ph to th to ch--- ll to tt to ff or nn or rr or ss or dd or bb –-- h to y or n or u, Add on’s: D’ or O’ or Mc or Mac or son or czyk or ski or sky / skye or zky or owski or owsky or ewski / Siwek / siewicz or dottir or ska or ak

Results so far:

Adelaide - Creal – Collins – Kay / McKay Kelly / Kelli / Kiwi / Killy / kewi / Siwek / Siwak / Marcel B. Lewis / Marcil / Ali / Argyle / Argiou / Argiris - Ely / Donna to Ellis / Garry to John to Gary to O’Neill – Leighton – Cage – Chellaiah / Shuttle – Chiarelli / Chiara / Chin – Arnie – Shell / Schnell / Sheldrake – Knellar - McCallum - Celia – CeceliaMercieca – Marcin / Mercer - McCall – MacCaull – McCleggon / Clegg / Claggett to Danforth to Dobson – Cohen – Kehoe – Cho – Olga – Helga – Hildi – Gacey / Garcia – Hailey / Haley – O’Leary – Celah – Caleb - Chleb – Kleek - Higgins – Hogan – Huegan – Hagen - Meaghan / BeginFlight / Light – Searle - SalehCalayca – Allan / Allen / Alley / Alaine Huppe - Gall – Baquie to Ghazi / Ghetti – Gittens / Linda to Giddon - Gail / Gayle – Gucci – Cream – Shampy – Helen / Ellen & Tony Keating – David & Ace to Collings / Colt – Callow – Paige / Page – cigarette / cigar – Lori Ann to Slocum / Sllocum / Somers / Morris – Signorile Cleator / Creasor / Greasley / Beasley to Eliza to Davies / Elena to Oliva / Elena to Celia / Elena to Addie – Gleason – Phil Eisler - Ocean – Haig / Haigue / Baquie – Balian – Isreal / Raphael / Michael Hughes - Earl – Aiken – Carl - Haight – Neal – Nealon – Halse / Haskell / Janet to Hackett – Cain – Gay / Gueye – Gaelic - Gainor – Lain / Blain / Lane – Lion – Lionell - Coyle / Coyne – Head / Beard / Logan to Bodeara – Croll – Rosalia Solleder to Rosie Delroy - Tolle / Tolias / Folley / Colle – Colman / Coleman – Gean / Gene / Jean / Janet / Jeanette / Gina / Gita / Zammit / Jitta – Logan – Slaigh / Sheigh – Slater – Sybil – Pigott – Spaight / Waight / Wright / Wight / White – Swailles / Swales / Swanson / Swayze – McGill / Gill – Lai / Laigh – Lalla / Lall - Leah / Lia – Ace – Lacey – Calla – Nagi / Nagy / Nangle / England – Ogilvy – Halton / Holden – Charles - Challice – Allison – Gillian - Alice st. GuelphHelcl – Egg – Craig – Noel – Llis – Legg – Spraggue – Hall – Cahill – Mulcahey – Flaherty – Lahey – Alman / Allman – Eight – Eige – Segal / Siegel - Heather to Eagle – Heather to Eige – Swallow – Willow / Willa – Weller – Ehlers – Wells – Lucelle – Bell / Bellis / Ten Bells – Deal / Death / Dead / Dean – Teag / Teagues / Teale – Lyric / Liss / Lial / Lyal – George to Ohrling – O’Hannon – Carol to Shannon / Sharon – William to Blair – Otis – Waisman / Waud – Saari / Sars – Dragi to Zekavica / Dragica / Radica / Conrad / Rogina / Rogers / Regina / Gina / Gita – Roncon – Christian / Kristian – Ian / Ien / Ivan – Diane – Landry – Max to Milliono – Mills / Miller / Millar / Molnar / Moeller / Mueller – Mullen / Cadman / MacAdam / Maureen to Addie / Addeco / Adam & Sarah to AddessoHelliker a.k.a. Carberry & Cleaver McGrathBraith Waite – Coral / Goral – c to k to s to z, ccic = czyk – Meiger / Knox / Box / Fox / Cox / Maxwell to Meighen – Marlene to Bavington / Brian to Beaverell / Them / Erica to Ehm / Metheral / Norma to Shelston / Shelson – Norma to Jean to Graham – Kilpatrick / Patricia / Alicia – Mary – Cathy – Aviado / Davis / Avis – Horner / Horne – Anna to Acito / Asito / Ashton / Ashron / Anton / Anthony / Santos / TanouyeMcVeigh – Vale / Vella – Cal to Lorimer / Cormier – Tyson - Cavella – Callico / Calvo / Kelso – Gonsalo to Carreira – CavionJocelyn / Rosalyn / Rosalind Delroy – O’Dell – Smith / Smyth – James - Thames – Thyamis - 2mia – Ania – Anger - Angela to Siwek / Angelo – Pamela to Lalla to Mahattoo / Matthews – Laingtot – Ursula – Coates – Cote – Gifford – Lakey – McGoey – Mariam / Marriott / Marion to Cohen / Cowan / McGowan / Rowe / Powell / Rowan / Radwan / Conway / Conroy / SowavyMcConnell / Connor / O’Donnell – Caroll – Beckam – Brigham – Ziggy – DomianHerring / Herridge – Sarah / Sarai / Saari – Pathasarathy – Toews / Eddowes – Abbie – Abberheim / Obberline – Hien Huynh / Hynes – Chandler – Xavier – Vanier – Wojn / llogh – Leather to Apron – Jellinek to Simone – Gillespie / LeGaspe – Kathleen / Catherine / Christine / Ambreen / Maureen to Addie – Bean – Gomes / Ames – Royal / Goyal / Moyal – Adrian / Andrea – Sean – Sinead – Oshawa / Ottawa – Mc Comin sky – Artuso – Abotossaway – Shepheard / Shepherd / Sheppard – Stephanie / Sophie / Stephen to Shortell – Phillip / Pennep – Joseph / Josephine – Zainab – Jasmin – Joplin – Laszlo – to be continued …..

--- First name Radica Match: Radka Czech, Radoica Serbian & Romanian, Radija & Rajica Serbian, Radhika & Radha Hindi, Nepali, Nadica & Radič Croatian, Radinca & Dica & Rodica & Rădiţa & Ravica & Ruţica Romanian, Radia Arabic, Radinka & Radiša & Radoja & Raduša & Radojka & Radisav & Gradiša Serbian, Croatian, Raca Serbian Rada, Russian, Polish, Slovak, Macedonian, Serbian, Radwa Arabic Rada, Romanian, Radhiya & Radi Arabic, (Q?s: Rogina – Nadia – Marcin – Amena & her sister Radio at Eric Estey’s – Ravin – Radwan - Ó Cadhla & means "descendant of Cadhla / Cadman – Larisa – Grab / owski – Rustch to Budasov – Madusa / Addeco / Addesso – Rojas / Tona Robis – Madison – D’Orsay - Radwan?)

--- Last name: Costello; (County Mayo), Costelloe (Counties Galway & Clare), & sometimes Costellow, Costley, Cusheley, & Casserly, Irish, but of Norman-French origins. It derives from the pre 10th c. family known as the 'de Anglos' or Nangle, which means 'from or of, England'. Gilbert de Nangle in the book 'The four masters' 1193 20yrs after they helped Strongbow, Earl of Pembroke 1169-70 conquer most of the island of Ireland. Unlike most Norman families who were granted huge tracts of land by King Henry II of Eng., they abandoned their Norman ancestry & became 'Gaelic'. The clan estab. at the barony of Costello in County Mayo, where for centuries they 'enjoyed' a local & bloody feud with the MacDermots. 1st known surname is Cumumhan Mac Casarlaigh abt 1252, 'modern' spelling may be Teag MacCostello chief of clan 1565. John Costello was Taoiseach of Ireland 1948 & in 1954.(Q?s: Casar / O’Ceal laigh to Kelly / Callow / Swallow – Costco - Lenore Lost / Stella / Stephen Shortell / Teale – Lushing to deConnick to Leshner – Nagle / Anne Nagy – Melo - Stellone / Stone – Ostio parosys – Brangiel / England / Ireland / Angers - Lazaro / Caesar / Cass?)

Q?s: Eddy / Bentley / Bennett / Bonnell / Addie / Addesso / Chellaiah / Chiarelli / O’Ceallaigh / Kelly / Challice / Ellis / Conroy / Andrews

Q?: Addesso – Addie – Edwards – Ellis – Peters / son – Eige – Woodhouse – Hupe / Huppe – Liss – Elliott / Elliot – Bliss – Tizzard – Judith – D’Souza / De Souza – Toews / Bowes / Bowles - Downey


--- Elliott Name Meaning and History: English: Middle English, Elyat, Elyt. represents at least 2 Old English names which have fallen together: the male name A{dh}elgeat (composed of the elements a{dh}el ‘noble’ + Geat, a tribal name; see Jocelyn), & the female name A{dh}elg¯{dh} (composed of the elements a{dh}el ‘noble’ + g¯{dh} ‘battle’). name seems also to have absorbed various other personal names of Old English or Continental Germanic origin, like Ælfweald (see Ellwood). English: from a pet form of Ellis. Scottish: Anglicized form of the originally distinct Gaelic surname Elloch, Eloth, a topographic name from Gaelic eileach ‘dam’, ‘mound’, ‘bank’. Compare Eliot. it may be derived from a French form of Elias, which is itself derived from the biblical name "Elijah". sources claim the Scottish surnames (Eliott, Elliot) originate from the Ellot Scottish border-clan, from a transformation of the name Elwold. records in the Domesday Book of the name spelled "Ailiet", thought to originate from an old English name "Adthelgeat" (meaning "noble gate") and leading to the English and Scottish given name speller "Elyat", which in turn leads to the modern alternative spelling of the name "Elyot". (Q?s: Geta / Gita Dessner with Georgina Elliott / Pam Eliot – Mary Jocelyn Aviado / ellyol / elliot / Ely / Eli Lilly – Addello / Addesso / Adelaide – Maureen Addie – Ellen Keating – Michael Platt – Fiat - Teale / Atwood / Eddowes – Book of Enoch – Roth – Rowe / Roble / Noble / Dona / Donna Ellis / O’Donnell / Bonnell – Good Shepherd, Patricia Kelly to O’Ceallaigh / Adelaide / O’Coillean to Collings / Tim Collins, ll to m, Tim from Elliott – Irene Van Dam – Theona / Chloe & Chleo to Jocelyn - Chlores / Chleb / Cloris Leachman – Elisobet – Aviado / Dessner / Eddesso – Claggett to Danforth – Gleason / Cleator / Creal / Greasley / McCleggon – Natalie Aiello?)
Cleator: English origin from Cumberland. Recorded as Cletergh in Priory of St. Bees, derives from the Olde Norse 'Klettr', a rock or cliff, plus 'erg', a hut or shieling (used by a shepherd). recorded in Cumbrian Registers from 16th Cen., Oct. 5th 1600 Ellin, dau. of Andrewe Cleator was christened in Millom. name appears as Clater, Clyter, Cletor, Cle(e)tor and Cleator in late 16th early 17th Century London. Ann Cleator, dau. of John and Susan was christened at St. Botolph without Aldgate May 11th 1671. 1st spelling of name Mathewe Cleator Sept. 22nd 1591, christened at Millom, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I a.k.a. Good Queen Bess 1558 - 1603. Cleator appears in old records as Kekelton, so named from the small river Keekle which bounds it on the west. (Q?s: Humber – Cumbria / Victor Cambanni / Chammorro / Carol Shannon / Shampy & Janet McCleggon with Chellaiah & O’Ceallaigh to Kelly at Good Shepherd - Clegg / Claggett – Peter – Clergy – Kelly – Clifford – Shilling / Sheila / O’Neill / Shield – Good Shepherd – officer Erin Carter – Max MillionoJennifer Slater – Cline / Cleaver / McCleave – Chloe / eo – Blessing – Diane Hilary Cleator m. Chuck Miller was following & harassing me, she now has a disorder but I believe she was poisoned to cause the disorder by CAMH Hosp. whpo is regularily poisoning witnesses to the pedophile ring of Ontario & placing them under the rings instruction to harm others – Debbie Cumberland with Stewart Millward 1981 – Gleason to Shonnon / Geat / Geta / Gita – Van Kleek Hill is where the Millwards foster home was where I was molested & gave birth to my son James, who is son of foster father Stewart Millward.?)


Conway: at least four possible origins, not usually, as is generally believed from the town of Conwy on the north coast of Wales. first from that source 1406, 150 years after the first 'English' recording, nameholders of English and Welsh origins do have a shared ancestry in that they both derive from the Olde English pre 7th century 'Cam yea' meaning crooked river, various streams being so named in the English West Country. The Scottish name holders probably derive from the hamlet of Conway in the parish of Beautly. This place was recorded as "Coneway" in the 1215, In this case the name is a claimed anglicisation of the Gaelic "Coinmheadh" which translates as "free quarter", implying a district in which troops were billeted on the local inhabitants. In Ireland "Conway" is often an anglicized form of several Irish names, such as Mac Connmhaigh, a byname meaning "Head Smasher"(!) or Mac Connbhuidhe, - the "Yellow Hound", another interesting nickname. The (Mac) Conway sept belonged to counties Clare, Limerick and Tipperary. In 1360, the Annals of the Four Masters record the death of Gillangnaer O' Connmhaigh. The first spelling John de Conweye, in the "Chartulary of Glastonbury", Somerset. during the reign of King Henry 111 in 1216 - 1272. (Q?s: Sowavy – Tammy Conway Rose trying to harm me in 2010-11 - Cambria / Cumbria – Onley – O’Coillean to Collings & O’Ceallaigh to Kelly & to Cleator – Head / Coyne – Mac en Ghabhainn – Blue – Gill / Grange / Brangiel?)

Eddowes from Internet: (Ripper Victim) English origin, variant spellings Edis, Ediss, Edhouse, Eddiss, Eddowes etc., derived from Edus from the old English female personal name Eadyifu or Eadgyth & Aldus from old English name Ealdgyth, Eddusa (1196), Edus (1197), & Edusa (1211), dates back to 13th Century, London church records John, son of Randolphe Edowes christened 1609 at St. Andrew's in Holborn, Robert, son of Henry Eddowes christened 1614 at St. James in Clerkenwell, & William Eddowes m. Ann Stevens 1654 at St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate. Mary dau. of Jonathan & Anne Eddowes christened 1698 at St. Mary Abchurch. 1st recorded spelling is John Edus, Suffolk 1277, Ely, Cambridgeshire during reign of King Edward 1, "The Hammer of the Scots", 1272 - 1307. Surnames became necessary when gov’ts introduced personal taxation a.k.a. Poll Tax. Through centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants. (Q?s: Thyamis in Epirus - Eddison – Attison / Allison / Robert Matheson / Henry Matthews / Kate Matthews / J.P. Them – Sowebb / Sowavy / Conway / Swayze / Swanson – Waddell – Edell / Adell – Eddy / Eddie / Addy is Athy / Addie – Edson – Szabo – Tom Liss – Abiff / Buffy – Ignatief - Sweeney - Downey – Woodhouse / Souse –Theona Bright – Schneider / Siegel / Eige / Heather Eagle / Leather – McGrath – Garibauldi - Glynis / Gita / Smythe – Eige – Robert F. Gay / Gray / Grey - Earl Haig – Elton / Eldon – Schneider / Reid – Eisler – Kelly - Coady - Edith / Ellen / Helen – Wedgy / Wedge – Nagy – Dalfus / Dreyfus / Dreyster – Bowes – Addesso Andre – Madusa – Sarah Musse – Fredericko Mendoza with Millana Montemurro / Maria Mendoza – Drew / Dew / Dewey / Dewar – Lewis / Louis – Lowe – Snowden – Swallow – Edwards / Anderson / Dow Jones – Toews – Clarke – Aldo / Artuso - Cambridge & Guelph is Addesso – Duke & Duchess of Cambridge William & Kate – Rumbelo – Estey – Sidney – Elsie / Schnei / Shania / Eider / Peters = Ellis & Donna to Eddowes / Eddy / Addie / Patti a.k.a. Patricia Downey / Wayne & Patricia Woodhouse / Woody – Slocum / Holbourne / Sherbourne / Chleb / Shell / Liss / Tizzard / De Sart ?)

Does Eddowes change to Kelly over time thru Ely?


(Q?s possible changes: Judge Douglas A. Bean - Thyamis in Epirus - Eddison – Attison / Allison / Robert Matheson / Henry Matthews / Kate Matthews / J.P. Them – Sowebb / Sowavy / Conway / Swayze / Swanson – Waddell – Edell / Adell – Eddy / Eddie / Addy is Athy / Addie – Edson – Szabo – Tom Liss – Abiff / Buffy – Ignatief - Sweeney - Downey – Woodhouse / Souse – Heather Eagle / Leather – McGrath – Garibauldi - Glynis / Gita / Smythe – Eige – Robert F. Gay / Gray / Grey - Earl Haig – Elton / Eldon – Schneider / Reid – Eisler – Kelly - Coady - Edith / Ellen / Helen – Wedgy / Wedge – Nagy – Dalfus / Dreyfus / Dreyster – Bowes – Addesso – Andre – Madusa – Sarah Musse – Fredericko Mendoza with Millana Montemurro / Maria Mendoza – Drew / Dew / Dewey / Dewar – Lewis / Louis – Lowe – Snowden – Swallow / Swanson / Swayzeb– Edwards / Anderson / Dow Jones – Toews – Clarke – Aldo / Artuso - Cambridge & Guelph is Addesso – Duke & Duchess of Cambridge William & Kate – Rumbelo – Estey – Sidney?)

Name change possibility examples of roots

(double ll changed to M to W, e to C & C or 2 to S, K to W & C, i to y):

Note: In 1888Swe” or “wes” of “Juwes” & in 2011Swi” & “Swy” to “Juwis” or “Juwys”



Switzer to Elliott to Ellis to Lewis to Kelly to Collings to Conway to Ian & Swayze to Sowavy to Smyth to Siwek to Schneider:

czyk = Swy / Swayze & Sowavy - Skye Kumar = ski or sky Swi / Lewis / Switzer

Amy Rowe to McGowan a.k.a. Smythe a.k.a. Smy to


2my / 2mia / Ania / Ian - Siwy a.k.a. Siwek = o/ewski – Kmy / Kelly – Emy / Ely / Ellis / Elliott

Shania / Ian / Snyder / Sny - Cwy / Conway - Cwi / Collings – Zwi / TwaiN

Swy / Swayze = S. Wales / Swale / Mazda / Madusa / Musse - Switzer / Zsende / Zandte to Matheson to Ratz / Holsaphel / Joseph / Mather / Them / Matthews / Metherall / Beverall - Lands / Lydia / Nadia / W to B to Pizer / Piznar / Pyzer / Byrnes - Laszlo / Lazaro – Schwaub to Hynes to Thyamis / 2mia / Ames / James / Somers / Jaime / Tammy – Braun / Brandes / Broun / Bunce / Brown - Waud / Gueye / Gay / Sauve / Suada Omar / Sandra / Sarah / Pathasarathy / Santa / Zandra - Schwardzman / Ward / Wardak / Marks / Wardell / Delray / Schwartz / Shatner / Van Wart / Watters / Watson / Wilson / Selwyn / Welwyn / Martell / Shortell / Strobel / Roble / Delroy / De Sart = Santos / Anton / Andrus / Ashton / Darte / Tizzard / Lizzard / Liss - Sart / Artuso / Arthuursdottir / McCarthy / Anthony – Wimpey / Shampy Bunyan / Sampson – Aiken, w to k, y to I, z to n / Allen / Salem / Small / Smale / Slocum / Swalles / Smiley / Malley / Maley / Woolley / Moeller / Mueller / Weller / Wood is Waller is Walker / Carol McWatch - Swaile, Swailles - Creal / Croll / Collings / McCaull / McCallum / Mullen / Cadman & O’Ceallaigh to Kelly to Chellaiah / Chleb / Chiarelli to Chiara / Celia / Cecelia / Selia / Sheila / Sheilagh / Elena / Cavion / Leighton / Laughton / Layton / Saari / Sarai / Hiram / Brigham / Bingham / Halse / Haskell / Hackett – Kelly / Jewell / Wells / Weller / Wall / Ball / Bell / Shell / Sheldrake / Shelston / Connell / Cornwell / Cornell / Horner / Horsman / Croll / Crabbe / Grab / Goral / Gary Morales / Gore / Connor / Donnell / Bonnell / Elsie / Paisley / Parry / Paige / Eige / Siegel / Ellis / Elliott / Flint / Kelli / Kewi / Siwek / Lewis / Liss / Silver / Lys / Lyric / Rick / Rice / Bryce / Boyce / Bruce / Tolias / Tolle / Colle / Colman / Tadman / Tobias / Robis / Robertson – Millward / Swailes / Amelia / Emilia / Emily / Lillian / Milliono / Balian / 2mia / Blair / Braith / Faith / Waite / Waight / Wright / Bright / Flight / Blythe / Smythe / Plath / Platt / Albright / Alberti – Mills / Miller / Milley / Swailles / Millana / Samuel / Saul / Paul / Poulson - Wayne Gacey / Mainprize / Martin / Twain - Styles / Stiles / Stride - Siwak / Sawatzky / Skeat / Keating / Stanley / Ratz / Starr / Warr / Watts / Wass / Swasey / Sweeney / Waisman / Wajs / Hien / Hryn / Wojn / Wolski / Swon – Casey to Dundas to Wilton to Siegel / Eige / Signorile / Eisler / Tessler / Leshner – Yana / Yandtz / Davyz / Said / Diaz / Davies / Davis / Avio / Aviado / Dew / Andrew / Devan / Devall / Draven to Marcin / Marcie Ien / Raven / Dobravy / Ohr + ling / Obberline / Dobravski to Delroy / Dona / Donna / Varey / Bavington / Cavion / Avio / Bryan / Bogdon / Dobrin / Dobson / Szabo / rzepa / Zipper / Rippa / Hupe / Hope / Huppe / Hooper / Hoover / Obis / Morris / Harris / Opris / Ortiz / Otis / Lis / Bones / Bono / Janos / Rojas / Robis / Rogina / Bazos / Babitzanos / Babcock – Abbott / Bazos / Longo / Abotossaway / Artuso / Addesso / Addie / Dessner / Eddowes / Dreyster / Edwards / Toews / Bowes / Bowles / Bowman – Howarth / Willow / Hollow een / Swallow / Sparrow - Swanson / Manson / Stinson / Tyson / Lys / Tanouye / Anton / Tan / May – Sowavy / Dobravy / Domian / Damien / Roma / Rhema / Ryner / Pyznar - Radwan / Radica / Addeco / Addesso / Conrad / Conrod / Conway / Cowan / Rowan / Roworth / Cohen, Them / McGowan a.k.a. Smythe a.k.a. Smy to Siwy = Siwek / o/ewski / Bowes / Meisner / Weiss / Skye Kumar - Gail Svi / Zvi / Shtevi / Steven / Levi - Murray / Swayze to Baynes = s B ay n e = s W ayze / Wayne, B to W & N to Z / Payne?)

--- (1858) As accounted by Kelli Sullivan, Jan. 02, 2004, as her own family tree, missing lots of people. Most families had at least 10 kids: Charles Moody m. Jane Wright Dec 1698, had 2 Joseph's, a John & a Jane Moody. One the Joseph m. Anne Walford & ch: Jane, John, Ann, Mary; Jane Moody m. Rowland Cadman ch: Mary, Rowland, William, Ann Cadman; Mary Cadman m. Thomas Furnival & ch:: William, Mary, Ann, Elizabeth, Jane, Thomas, Sarah, Elliner & John; Martha Furnival m. Amos Bonell & ch: Mary Ann Bonell. Martha, Amos & Martha's bro. William came over to Can. in 1834 on the ship "Kingston" chartered by William Farmer. They settled the Farmer's Rapids area around Wakefield and Chelsa Que. across the Ottawa river (near Hawkesbury Ont.?). William d. Kingston, Ont. 1858. Mary Ann Bonell m. Daniel Mullen and they had George Mullen who m. Ellen "Nellie" O'Neill from Armagh, Ireland. (Q?s: Amy Rowe Bonnell to Stone to Stephanie Brown – Van Wycks / Telford -Joanne Wright, fertililty & wombs – Rowland is Stanley - Dan Cadman was social worker involved with James Goralczyk –Goodman – Joanne Wright – Harper – Hammer – Bones / Chas, Sony & Cher Bono – Bell – Bentley – Ford Motor Co. / Alfred – Walfish / Walsh – Telford - Georgie Mullen was my uncle Edward Goralczyk’s girlfriend – Orange to McCaull to Gary O’Neill married my mother Emilia a.k.a. Emily a.k.a. Lillian & Ethol Siwek – Christian Patrik McCallum / Chellaiah to O’Ceallaigh is Kelly / O’Sullivan / Slocum ?)

--- (1880?) James Kelly (20 Apr. 1860 – 17 Sept 1929), identified as suspect in Prisoner 1167: The madman who was Jack the Ripper, by Jim Tully 1997. (no known rel. to victim Mary Kelly) murdered wife 1883 by stabbing in the neck. Deemed insane, was committed to Broadmoor Asylum, later escaped early 1888, using a key he fashioned himself. After the last Ripper murder in London Nov 1888, the police searched for Kelly at what had been his residence prior his wife's murder, but they were not able to locate him. 1927, almost 40 yrs. after his escape, he unexpectedly turned himself back in to officials at Broadmoor Asylum. D. 2 yrs later, presumably of natural causes. Ed Norris, retired NYPD cold-case detective, examined the Jack the Ripper case for a Discovery Channel called "Jack the Ripper in America." In it, Norris claims that James Kelly was not only Jack the Ripper's identity, he was also responsible for multiple murders in cities around the US. Norris highlights a few features of the Kelly story to support his contention. He worked as a furniture upholsterer, a job that requires handiness with a knife. He also claimed to have resided in U.S. & left behind a journal that spoke of his strong disapproval of the immorality of prostitutes & of having been on the "warpath" during his time as a fugitive. Norris claims Kelly was in New York at the time of a Ripper-like murder of a prostitute named Carrie Brown as well as in a number of cities while each experienced, according to Norris, 1 or 2 brutal murders of prostitutes while Kelly was there. (Q?s: Kelly – Ely Lilly Pharmaceuticals – Tully – Killy Donaldson – Stephanie Brown – Norris to Rosie & a Gary O’Donnell – Borins / Morris / Ortiz?)

--- (1888) Catherine Eddowes a.k.a. "Kate Conway" & Mary Ann Kelly of 2 common-law husbands Thomas Conway & John Kelly, b. Apr. 14, 1842, killed Sun., Sept. 30, 1888 at 46, 2 victims is "double event." body found in Mitre Square (Q?s: Eddowes + Kelly = Klebowski / Chleb – Sowavy / Swayze / Dobravy?)

--- (1940?) Jack Kelly (actor), Am. actor; Jackie Kelly (b. 1964), Australian politician; James Kelly (Irish captain) (1929–2003), Irish army officer; James Kelly (U.S. rep.) (1760–1819), U.S. politician; James A. Kelly, U.S. politician; James Butler Knill Kelly (1832–1907), Scottish-b. Cdn. Anglican bishop, later Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church; James M. Kelly (b. 1964), Am. Astronaut; James M. Kelly (politician) (b. 1960), Am.; James K. Kelly, Am. Senator; James Patrick Kelly, Am. Sci. fiction author; James Plunkett Kelly (1920–2003), Irish writer, author of Strumpet City; Janis Kelly (b. 1971), Cdn. volleyball player; John B. Kelly, Sr., Olympic medaling rower; father of Grace Kelly & John B. Kelly, Jr.; John B. Kelly, Jr., aka Jack Kelly, Olympic medaling rower, politician, pres. US Olympic Ctte; John L. Kelley, mathematician; John Larry Kelly, Jr, Bell Labs scientist who formulated the Kelly criterion; John Melville Kelly (1877–1962), Am. artist; John Norman Davidson Kelly (1909–1997), theologian & principal of St Edmund Hall, Oxford U.; Johnny Kelly (b. 1968), Am. Musician; Autumn Kelly (born 1978), wife of Peter Phillips, gr-son of Queen Elizabeth II (Q?s: Primo – Rhema – Officer Plunkett & officer Ryan Russell killed – Trump / Alstrom / Tumbelty / Rumbelo – Lindsay Bell – Ian Davidson / Aviado / Robert & Eric Davis – Eliza Davies – Kroll ?)

--- (1960’s?) Tim Wynne-Jones b. day Babe Ruth died, at age 4 moved to Kitimat B.C. from Cheshire Eng., in 1988 E. Ont., m. Amanda Lewis, 3 ch?, wrote a gothic-romance psychothriller black comedy novel illustrated by Eric Beddows, wrote about Opera Composed by Harry Somers, Children’s Musical “Mischief City” with John Roby, Ruth Schwartz Award, John Creasy Award, other awards. (Q?s: Chess / Chellaiah / Kelly - Somers Ave. / Lori Ann Slocum / Dave Morris - Winfrey – Ruby – Crease / Creal – Almondo Garcia – Lewis to Siwek – Schaaf / Swayze – Eddowes / Addesso ?)

--- (2011) Terrence John Kelly a.k.a. Terry b. Jul. 22, 1920 d. Nov. 09, 2011, wife Shirley Earla (nee Pletzer), bro of Sheila Chess, bro-in-law of Pete Jones, son of John & Sybil Kelly, siblings Philip Kelly & Eileen Jones, Peter Kelly & Joan McMahon, pilot RCAF, WWII, Dir. Alex Irvine Motors, Scarboro Golf & Country Club.(Q?s: Eddy / Ely – Pelitzer / Pizer – Crease / Chellaiah / Kelly / Chester / Hesse / Ness / Leshner – Shirley Jones with Joanne Aikenhead / C.Jones / Michelle Jones / Allan Jones?)

Continue to Part 7 Ripper Who Details ………………..


Ripper Who’s Who Details Part 7

Updated Nov. 21, 2011 (50,603)

Part 7: 5. Edward Marriott, 8. The Ten Bells,12. George Frederick Abberline, 20. Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence & Avondale, 25. Michael Ostrog, 26. Francis Tumblety, 27. James Thomas Sadler, 28. Richard Mansfield, 29. William Henry Bury, 30. Thomas Neill Cream, 31. Thomas Hayne Cutbush, 32. Frederick Bailey Deeming, 33. Carl Feigenbaum, 34. Robert G. Golding, 35. Dr. Thomas Bond, 36. Robert Donston Stephenson / Roslyn D'Onston Stephenson & James Kenneth Stephen, 37. George Gissing, William Ewart Gladstone, Frank Miles, 38. Lewis Carroll, 39. David Cohen, 40. William Withey Gull,
By Anna-Marie Goralczyk




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