The teacher Montague Druitt died at the age of 188. Here is all you want to know, and more!
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This late nineteenth-century English schoolteacher, barrister, and amateur cricket player is best remembered as a suspect in the infamous Jack the Ripper murders of 1888. Because it coincided with the cessation of the grisly killings, his early December suicide made him a person of interest in the crimes.
He grew up in Dorset, England, with three brothers and three sisters. He and his siblings were the children of Ann Harvey Druitt and physician William Druitt.