Freddy Bywaters, Edith Thompson and Percy Thompson sitting
in the garden of 41 Kensington Crescent, Ilford, London on Sunday 10 July 1921. Less than two years later, on 9th January 1923, Edith and her young lover, Freddy were found guilty and executed for the murder of Edith’s husband, Percy.
Your love to me is new, it is something different, it is my life and if things should go badly with us, I shall always have this past year to look back upon and feel that ‘Then I lived’. I never did before and I never shall again.