Twenty-one-year-old Emma Wakefield was described in newspaper reports as “a good looking, well-conducted girl” with a steady job as a shell box maker at a factory in Charrington Street. She was engaged to her boyfriend of five years, Thomas Price, and was due to get married the following May. He…
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