|Birthplace:||Greater London, UK|
Daughter of Charles Samuel White and Elisabeth Dowsett
About Martha White
Martha Tabram (nee White), was legally married to Henry Samuel Tabram, however during the time of her death, she was living with Henry Turner.
The evening of her death, she was said to have been out with a girl friend, having drinks. She was a known alcoholic which was basically the reason for the demise of her relationships.
To contribute to her lifestyle, she sold trinkets and allegedly prostituted herself to make ends meet.
The last people Martha Tabram was seen leaving the bar with were two male Navy companions and her friend. Her friend left with one of the Navy men, and Martha left with the other. It is unknown whom these men were. However, the wounds in Martha's body makes one assume that she was murdered by someone in the military, due to the style of blade wounds.
Her homicide went cold, but very much resembles those done by Jack-The-Ripper whom was never caught for his crimes.