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  Leading Dates in the Crippen Case - 1910

January

17

Crippen orders 5 grains of hyoscin from Messrs. Lewis & Burrows

 

19

He gets the hyoscin.

 

31

Mr. and Mrs. Martinetti dine with the Crippens at 30 Hilldrop Crescent.

February

1

Dr. Crippen calls to enquire for Mr. Martinetti.

 

2

Crippen pawns ring and earrings for £80.

 

2

Letter received by the Music Hall Ladies' Guild, containing Mrs Crippen's resignation.

 

9

Crippen pawns brooch and rings for £115.

 

20

Crippen and Le Neve attend the dinner and ball of the Benevolent Fund.

March

12

Miss Le Neve gives up her situation and goes to live with Crippen at 39 Hilldrop Crescent.

 

16

Crippen gives his landlord 3 months’ notice as to the tenancy of 39 Hilldrop Crescent.

 

23

Crippen and Le Neve go to Dieppe for Easter.

 

24

Telegram to Mrs. Martinetti from Crippen announcing his wife's death.

 

26

Obituary notice of Mrs. Crippen in The Era.

June

18

Crippen arranged with his landlord to stay on at Hilldrop Crescent until 29th of September.

 

28

Mr. Nash questions Crippen about his wife’s remains.

 

30

Mr. Nash goes to Scotland Yard.

July

8

Inspector Dew and Sergeant Mitchell visit Crippen at Albion House, and accompany him to Hilldrop Crescent.

 

9

Crippen and Miss Le Neve leave London. Dew at Hilldrop Crescent.

 

9

Description of Mrs. Crippen circulated.

 

11

Description of Crippen and Miss Le Neve circulated by Police.

 

12

Search at Hilldrop Crescent continued.

 

13

Human remains discovered beneath cellar at Hilldrop Crescent.

 

16

Warrant issued for the arrent of Crippen and Miss Le Neve.

 

20

S.S."Montrose" sails from Antwerp, with Crippen and Miss L Neve travelling disguised as father and son.

 

22

Wireless message received irom Captain Kendall of the "Montrose".

 

23

Inspector Dew and Sergeant Mitchell sail from Liverpool in S.S."Laurentic".

 

31

Arrest of Crippen and Miss Le Neve at sea off Father Point.

August

8

Extradition proceedings at Quebec.

 

20

Crippen and Miss Le Neve sail for England in custody.

 

28

Arrival at Liverpool.

 

29

Police Court proceedings opened at Bow Street.

September

2

Crippen and Miss Le Neve committed for trial.

 

26

Coroner's jury returns a verdict of wilful murder against Crippen

October

10

Cora Crippen's remains buried at Finchley Cemetery.

 

18

Trial of Crippen opened at Old Bailey.

 

21

Crippen found guilty and sentenced to death.

November

5

Crippen's appeal to the Court of Criminal Appeal heard and dismissed

 

23

Crippen executed at Pentonville.

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