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Sir Edward Henry

Sir Edward Henry Sir Edward Henry
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Sir Edward Henry, 1850 - 1931, Metropolitan Police Commissioner 1903 - 1918, and pioneer of fingerprint identification, lived here, 1903 - 1920.
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Site: Sir Edward Henry (1 memorial)

W8, Sheffield Terrace, 19

In 1912 this doorstep was the site of an assassination attempt. Henry arrived home to be met by a gunman, a disgruntled cab driver who'd been refused a licence.

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Metropolitan Police Commissioner 1903 - 1918, pioneer of fingerprint identifi...

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