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Mary Davies And Mr. Maybrick

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Mary Davies And Mr. Maybrick

Post by Karen on Wed 10 Nov 2010 - 20:59

This is an advert for a London Ballad Concert at St. James's Hall. Take a look at the two highlighted names. The Maybrick in question is James Maybrick's brother, Michael Maybrick, who also went by the name of Stephen Adams.

London Ballad Concerts.

ST. JAMES'S-HALL at 8 o'clock. Artists: - Madame Sherrington, Miss Mary Davies, Miss Annie Marriott, and Mdme. Antoinette Sterling; Mr. Sims Reeves, Mr. Barton McGuckin, and Mr. Edward Lloyd; Mr. Santley and Mr. Maybrick.
Pianoforte, Madame Arabella Goddard.
The London Vocal Union, under the direction of Mr. Fred Walker. Conductor,
Mr. Sidney Naylor.
Stalls, 7s 6d; Area, 4s and 2s; Balcony, 3s; Gallery and Orchestrals.
Tickets to be had at the Hall; at the usual Agents, and at Boosy and Co.'s Ballad Concert office, 295, Regent-street.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, January 12, 1879, Page 6

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Re: Mary Davies And Mr. Maybrick

Post by Guest on Sat 24 Dec 2011 - 19:27

Are we thinking Mary Davies is Winnifred's possible relative on the stage, Winnifred being the real victim in Miller's Court and the real girl with the MJK alleged origins?

Mary Davies is still singing in 1891.,91ab6e17&icp=1&.intl=ca&sig=pnBHdLjvYlvfMy3zd.VaVQ--

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