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  • Reason for inclusion: The location of the Peters’ rented house in Poultney Square where they were holding Lady Frances. It was from here that she was to be placed into a coffin and buried alive.

    Accessibility: Any time.

    Description: Originally known as Trinity Square the buildings were laid out in 1850 surrounding a central garden. One side of the square was destroyed by bombing during the Second World War.

    Comments: The Peters’ house was described by Watson as being No 36 in the middle of one of the sides of the square. Trinity Gardens was close to the Trinity asylum and women’s almshouses from whence the Peters abducted and killed an old lady who was to be buried on top of Lady Frances.

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