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WILLIAM PERRY THE TIPTON SLASHER

William Perry, born 1819, died 1880 known as theTipton Slasher, the once champion prizefighter of England from 1850-1857. He used to train in The Fountain Inn. His statue is located in Coronation Gardens, Tipton.

Posted by tiptoncommunity on September 7, 2010 at 8:12 AM 14510 Views

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Reply h summers
1:29 PM on March 23, 2013 
great to see tipton on u tube
Reply april
3:02 PM on November 28, 2012 
hi pepz william perry is related to one of my friends at school called taryne rutter she has said a lot of things about him good things by the way and thats all that i know about william perry.
Reply james wildman
4:35 PM on August 10, 2011 
My Grandfather, Thomas Wildman, grew up in the Waggoners Arms, Wolverhampton.
Family history has it that, as a small boy, he sat onthe knee of a famous customer - The Tipton Slasher!

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