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Lizzie Borden  Was Murdered By Sullivan He Did Not Use A Hatchet It Was Fire Poker -  Bridget Sullivan Told Her Daughter And Dianna Porter Has Sullicans  Written Confession -  Lives In Anaconda - Police Lied About The Blood - She Still Lives Near Anaconda Airport Montana.  Case At  https://Briansprediction.Com/Lizzie-Borden  Info  Lizzie Andrew Borden (July 19, 1860 €“ June 1, 1927) Was An American Woman Who Was The Main Suspect In The August 4, 1892 Axe Murders Of Her Father And Stepmother In Fall River, Massachusetts. Borden Was Tried And Acquitted Of The Murders.1  The Case Received Widespread Newspaper Coverage Throughout The United States. Following Her Release From Jail, Where She Was Held During The Trial, Borden Chose To Remain A Resident Of Fall River Despite Facing Ostracism From The Other Residents. The Commonwealth Of Massachusetts Elected Not To Charge Anyone Else With The Murder Of Andrew And Abby Borden. She Spent The Remainder Of Her Life In Fall River Before Dying Of Pneumonia, Aged 66, Just Days Before The Death Of Her Sister, Emma.  Borden And Her Association With The Murders Has Remained A Topic In American Popular Culture Mythology Into The 21st Century, And She Has Been Depicted In Various Films, Theatrical Productions, Literary Works, And Folk Rhymes, And Is Still Very Well Known In Fall River And The Surrounding Area To This Day.  Contents  1 Early Life  2  Murders  2.1  August 4, 1892  2.2  Investigation  2.3  Inquest  2.4  Trial And Acquittal  2.5  Speculation  3  Later Life  4  Death  5  In Culture  5.1 Folkrhyme  5.2  Depictions  5.3 In Literature  6  See Also  7  Notes  8  References  9  Works Cited  10 Further Reading  11  External Links  Early Life  The Borden Household At 92 Second Street In Fall River, Massachusetts  41.6989â°N 71.1562â°W  Lizzie Andrew Bordena Was Born July 19, 1860,3 In Fall River, Massachusetts, To Sarah Anthony (née Morse; 1823–1863)4 And Andrew Jackson Borden (1822–1892).5 Through Her Father, She Was Of English And Welsh Descent.6 Lizzie'S Father Andrew Grew Up In Very Modest Surroundings And Struggled Financially As A Young Man, Despite Being The Descendant Of Wealthy And Influential Local Residents. He Eventually Prospered In The Manufacture And Sale Of Furniture And Caskets, And Went On To Become A Successful Property Developer. He Directed Several Textile Mills, Including The Globe Yarn Mill Company, Troy Cotton, And Woolen Manufacturing Company.78 He Also Owned A Considerable Amount Of Commercial Property And Was Both President Of The Union Savings Bank And A Director Of The Durfee Safe Deposit And Trust Co.9 At The Time Of His Death, His Estate Was Valued At $300,000 (equivalent To $8,540,000 In 2019).1011  Despite His Wealth, Andrew Was Known For His Frugality. For Instance, The Borden Home Lacked Indoor Plumbing And Electricity Although That Was A Common Accommodation For Wealthy People At The Time.12 The Residence At 92 Second Street (number 230 After 1896)13 Was In An Affluent Area, But The Wealthiest Residents Of Fall River, Including Andrew'S Cousins, Generally Lived In The More Fashionable Neighborhood, "The Hill." The Hill Was Farther Away From The Industrial Areas Of The City And Much More Homogeneous Racially, Ethnically And Socioeconomically.1014  Borden And Her Older Sister, Emma Lenora Borden (1851–1927)15 Had A Relatively Religious Upbringing And Attended Central Congregational Church.16 As A Young Woman She Was Very Involved In Church Activities, Including Teaching Sunday School To Children Of Recent Immigrants To The United States. She Was Involved In Christian Organizations Such As The Christian Endeavor Society, For Which She Served As Secretary-Treasurer,17 And Contemporary Social Movements Such As The Women'S Christian Temperance Union (WCTU).18 She Was Also A Member Of The Ladies' Fruit And Flower Mission.17  Three Years After The Death Of Lizzie Borden'S Mother Sarah, Andrew Married Abby Durfee Gray (1828–1892). Lizzie Stated That She Called Her Stepmother "Mrs. Borden&Quot; And Demurred On Whether They Had A Cordial Relationship; She Believed That Abby Had Married Her Father For His Wealth.19 Bridget Sullivan, (whom They Called Maggie) The Bordens' 25-Year-Old Live-In Maid Who Had Immigrated To The U.S. From Ireland,20 Testified That Lizzie And Emma Rarely Ate Meals With Their Parents.21 In May 1892, Andrew Killed Multiple Pigeons In His Barn With A Hatchet, Believing They Were Attracting Local Children To Hunt Them.22 Lizzie Had Recently Built A Roost For The Pigeons, And It Has Been Commonly Recounted That She Was Upset Over His Killing Of Them, Though The Veracity Of This Has Been Disputed.B A Family Argument In July 1892 Prompted Both Sisters To Take Extended "vacations" In New Bedford. After Returning To Fall River, A Week Before The Murders, Lizzie Chose To Stay In A Local Rooming House For Four Days Before Returning To The Family Residence.23  Tension Had Been Growing Within The Family In The Months Before The Murders, Especially Over Andrew'S Gifts Of Real Estate To Various Branches Of Abby'S Family. After Their Stepmother'S Sister Received A House, The Sisters Had Demanded And Received A Rental Property (the Home They Had Lived In Until Their Mother Died) Which They Purchased From Their Father For $1; A Few Weeks Before The Murders, They Sold The Property Back To Their Father For $5,000 (equivalent To $142,000 In 2019).211 The Night Before The Murders, John Vinnicum Morse, The Brother Of Lizzie'S And Emma'S Deceased Mother, Visited And Was Invited To Stay For A Few Days To Discuss Business Matters With Andrew.Citation Needed Some Writerswho? Have Speculated That Their Conversation, Particularly About Property Transfer, May Have Aggravated An Already Tense Situation.Citation Needed  For Several Days Before The Murders, The Entire Household Had Been Violently Ill. A Family Friend Later Speculated That Mutton Left On The Stove To Use In Meals Over Several Days Was The Cause, But Abby Had Feared Poisoning, As Andrew Had Not Been A Popular Man.24  Murders  August 4, 1892  Woman L

Lizzie Borden was Murdered by Sullivan he did not Use a Hatche Lizzie Borden Was...

Lizzie Borden Was Murdered By Sullivan He Did Not Use A Hatchet It Was Fire Poker - Bridget Sullivan Told Her Daughter And Dianna Porter Has Sullicans Written Confession - Lives In Anaconda - Police Lied About The Blood - She Still Lives Near Anaconda Airport Montana. Case At https://Briansprediction.Com/Lizzie-Borden Info Lizzie Andrew Borden (July 19, 1860 €“ June 1, 1927) Was An American Woman Who Was The Main Suspect In The August 4, 1892 Axe Murders Of Her Father And Stepmother In Fall River, Massachusetts. Borden Was Tried And Acquitted Of The Murders.1 The Case Received Widespread Newspaper Coverage Throughout The United States. Following Her Release From Jail, Where She Was Held During The Trial, Borden Chose To Remain A Resident Of Fall River Despite Facing Ostracism From The Other Residents. The Commonwealth Of Massachusetts Elected Not To Charge Anyone Else With The Murder Of Andrew And Abby Borden. She Spent The Remainder Of Her Life In Fall River Before Dying Of Pneumonia, Aged 66, Just Days Before The Death Of Her Sister, Emma. Borden And Her Association With The Murders Has Remained A Topic In American Popular Culture Mythology Into The 21st Century, And She Has Been Depicted In Various Films, Theatrical Productions, Literary Works, And Folk Rhymes, And Is Still Very Well Known In Fall River And The Surrounding Area To This Day. Contents 1 Early Life 2 Murders 2.1 August 4, 1892 2.2 Investigation 2.3 Inquest 2.4 Trial And Acquittal 2.5 Speculation 3 Later Life 4 Death 5 In Culture 5.1 Folkrhyme 5.2 Depictions 5.3 In Literature 6 See Also 7 Notes 8 References 9 Works Cited 10 Further Reading 11 External Links Early Life The Borden Household At 92 Second Street In Fall River, Massachusetts 41.6989â°N 71.1562â°W Lizzie Andrew Bordena Was Born July 19, 1860,3 In Fall River, Massachusetts, To Sarah Anthony (née Morse; 1823–1863)4 And Andrew Jackson Borden (1822–1892).5 Through Her Father, She Was Of English And Welsh Descent.6 Lizzie'S Father Andrew Grew Up In Very Modest Surroundings And Struggled Financially As A Young Man, Despite Being The Descendant Of Wealthy And Influential Local Residents. He Eventually Prospered In The Manufacture And Sale Of Furniture And Caskets, And Went On To Become A Successful Property Developer. He Directed Several Textile Mills, Including The Globe Yarn Mill Company, Troy Cotton, And Woolen Manufacturing Company.78 He Also Owned A Considerable Amount Of Commercial Property And Was Both President Of The Union Savings Bank And A Director Of The Durfee Safe Deposit And Trust Co.9 At The Time Of His Death, His Estate Was Valued At $300,000 (equivalent To $8,540,000 In 2019).1011 Despite His Wealth, Andrew Was Known For His Frugality. For Instance, The Borden Home Lacked Indoor Plumbing And Electricity Although That Was A Common Accommodation For Wealthy People At The Time.12 The Residence At 92 Second Street (number 230 After 1896)13 Was In An Affluent Area, But The Wealthiest Residents Of Fall River, Including Andrew'S Cousins, Generally Lived In The More Fashionable Neighborhood, "The Hill." The Hill Was Farther Away From The Industrial Areas Of The City And Much More Homogeneous Racially, Ethnically And Socioeconomically.1014 Borden And Her Older Sister, Emma Lenora Borden (1851–1927)15 Had A Relatively Religious Upbringing And Attended Central Congregational Church.16 As A Young Woman She Was Very Involved In Church Activities, Including Teaching Sunday School To Children Of Recent Immigrants To The United States. She Was Involved In Christian Organizations Such As The Christian Endeavor Society, For Which She Served As Secretary-Treasurer,17 And Contemporary Social Movements Such As The Women'S Christian Temperance Union (WCTU).18 She Was Also A Member Of The Ladies' Fruit And Flower Mission.17 Three Years After The Death Of Lizzie Borden'S Mother Sarah, Andrew Married Abby Durfee Gray (1828–1892). Lizzie Stated That She Called Her Stepmother "Mrs. Borden&Quot; And Demurred On Whether They Had A Cordial Relationship; She Believed That Abby Had Married Her Father For His Wealth.19 Bridget Sullivan, (whom They Called Maggie) The Bordens' 25-Year-Old Live-In Maid Who Had Immigrated To The U.S. From Ireland,20 Testified That Lizzie And Emma Rarely Ate Meals With Their Parents.21 In May 1892, Andrew Killed Multiple Pigeons In His Barn With A Hatchet, Believing They Were Attracting Local Children To Hunt Them.22 Lizzie Had Recently Built A Roost For The Pigeons, And It Has Been Commonly Recounted That She Was Upset Over His Killing Of Them, Though The Veracity Of This Has Been Disputed.B A Family Argument In July 1892 Prompted Both Sisters To Take Extended "vacations" In New Bedford. After Returning To Fall River, A Week Before The Murders, Lizzie Chose To Stay In A Local Rooming House For Four Days Before Returning To The Family Residence.23 Tension Had Been Growing Within The Family In The Months Before The Murders, Especially Over Andrew'S Gifts Of Real Estate To Various Branches Of Abby'S Family. After Their Stepmother'S Sister Received A House, The Sisters Had Demanded And Received A Rental Property (the Home They Had Lived In Until Their Mother Died) Which They Purchased From Their Father For $1; A Few Weeks Before The Murders, They Sold The Property Back To Their Father For $5,000 (equivalent To $142,000 In 2019).211 The Night Before The Murders, John Vinnicum Morse, The Brother Of Lizzie'S And Emma'S Deceased Mother, Visited And Was Invited To Stay For A Few Days To Discuss Business Matters With Andrew.Citation Needed Some Writerswho? Have Speculated That Their Conversation, Particularly About Property Transfer, May Have Aggravated An Already Tense Situation.Citation Needed For Several Days Before The Murders, The Entire Household Had Been Violently Ill. A Family Friend Later Speculated That Mutton Left On The Stove To Use In Meals Over Several Days Was The Cause, But Abby Had Feared Poisoning, As Andrew Had Not Been A Popular Man.24 Murders August 4, 1892 Woman L

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