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Sarah Dazley - Murder
1843

Who was Sarah Dazley?

Sarah Dazley and the development of forensic science: Task 1: Who was Sarah Dazely and what events lead up to the crime?:

1. Search for Sarah Dazley in the Bedford prison records.

  • What does this tell us about her?
  • What other information would be useful that is not present
2. Now read the Background information and look at the Sarah Dazley family tree.

  • What facts do you think are important in providing a case against Sarah Dazley? Make a note of these for use later.
3. Look at the The case video.

  • What do you think of the evidence put forward against Sarah? What was the most important evidence for the prosecution?
  • Now sum up what you have learned so far?


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