Unsolved Murders


Age: 0

Sex: male

Date: 9 Sep 1923

Place: River Tweed

The body of a newly born child was found in the River Tweed wrapped up in brown paper.

The child had live for 5-7 days and was well nourished.

The child's stomach contained half-digested milk.

It was thought to have died within 48 hours of it having been found.

*map pointers are rough estimates based on known location details as per Place field above.

see www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

see The Scotsman - Thursday 04 October 1923