Dr. Alfred William Pearson’s Handwriting Samples

Posted: February 21, 2009 in Dr. Alfred W. Pearson: Jack The Ripper
Here are all of Dr. Pearson’s handwriting samples that I have acquired throughout my research:
 
 
This signature is from May 31, 1870 when Pearson was attending Queen’s College in Birmingham
 
 
This signature is from June 1, 1870 when Pearson was attending Queen’s College in Birmingham
 
 
This signature is from October 11, 1872 when Pearson was still attending Queen’s College in Birmingham
 
 
This signature is from November 3, 1876 when Pearson sat for his final examinations for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
 
Comparing them to the Ripper letters, I noticed the same handwriting characteristics with both his handwriting and several of the Ripper’s letters. In one letter, "Jack" boasted that no one could detect his identity because he wrote with 5 different handwritings and here we have an example of 4 of them.
 
 
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