Edward William Pritchard

A contemporary photograph of the convict. Edward William Pritchard (6 December 1825 – 28 July 1865) was an English doctor who was convicted of murdering his wife and mother-in-law by poisoning them. He was also suspected of murdering a servant girl, but was never tried for this crime.

He was the last person to be publicly executed in Glasgow. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Trial of Dr. Pritchard by Pritchard, Edward William, 1825-1865

    Published 1906
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    Trial of Dr. Pritchard / by Pritchard, Edward William, 1825-1865

    Published 1906
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    A complete report of the trial of Dr. E.W. Pritchard, for the alleged poisoning of his wife and mother-in-law

    Published 1865
    Other Authors: “…Pritchard, Edward William, 1825-1865…”
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    Trial of Dr. Pritchard

    Published 1906
    Other Authors: “…Pritchard, Edward William, 1825-1865…”
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