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The murder of mary ashford the crime that changed english legal history naomi clifford on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in the small hours of 27 may 1817 mary ashford a young servant girl from the village of erdington near birminghamget this from a library the murder of mary ashford the crime that changed english legal history naomi clifford historical true crime comes to life with this fictionalized account of a nineteenth century murder that changed the course of british legal history england 1817 in the small hours of may 27th a the paperback of the the murder of mary ashford the crime that changed english legal history by naomi clifford at barnes and noble free shipping on 35 membership gift cards stores and events help auto suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters use up arrow for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow and down arrow for mozilla the murder of mary ashford the crime that changed english legal history in the small hours of 27 may 1817 mary ashford a young servant girl from the village of erdington near birmingham left a party in the company of abraham thornton a few hours later she was found drowned in a pool an inquest established that she had been rapeddespite the murder of mary ashford the crime that changed english legal history 1817 after the body of mary ashford is found in a pond in a village near birmingham the young man who claimed he left her alive and well stood trial for murder his acquittal outraged the public but was he really guilty

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