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  1. Lizzie Andrew Borden (July 19, 1860 – June 1, 1927) was an American woman tried and acquitted of the August 4, 1892, axe murders of her father and stepmother in Fall River, Massachusetts. No one else was charged in the murders, and despite ostracism from other residents, Borden spent the remainder of her life in Fall River.

    • Suspected homicide
    • Emma Borden (sister), Abby Borden (stepmother), John Morse (maternal uncle)
  2. The Lizzie Borden house means many things to many people, from a historic gem to the most haunted house in the United States. Today, the property remains open daily from 10am to 9pm, operating as a museum, inn with breakfast, and offers a variety of tours and experiences throughout the day and evening, including historic house tours, ghost ...

  3. Jun 18, 2020 · Lizzie Andrew Borden was born on July 19, 1860, in Fall River, Massachusetts, to Sarah and Andrew Borden. Soon thereafter, Sarah died. Andrew remarried three years later, to Abby Durfee Gray. The ...

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    • Abby Borden was Lizzie’s stepmother, not her mother. Andrew Borden. Wikimedia Commons. Lizzie’s biological mother, Sarah Borden — also mother to Lizzie’s older sister, Emma — died in 1863.
    • Andrew Borden was not a well-liked man. Andrew was a notable penny-pincher: despite his considerable wealth, the Bordens lived in a comparably small home, with no indoor plumbing on the ground and second floors, and only one maid.
    • The jump-rope rhyme got the number of whacks wrong. Borden House Photo. Wikimedia Commons. The coroner said that Abby Borden was given 19 whacks, not 40, as the rhyme suggests.
    • The Borden’s maid was in the house when the murders took place … … and, inexplicably, she was never investigated—though she was called to testify against Lizzie.
  4. Lizzie Borden, in full Lizzie Andrew Borden, (born July 19, 1860, Fall River, Massachusetts, U.S.—died June 1, 1927, Fall River), American woman suspected of murdering her stepmother and father in 1892; her trial became a national sensation in the United States. Borden was the daughter of a well-to-do businessman who married for a second time ...

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