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www.thevintagenews.com/2017/09/29/will-and-william-west-conundrum-how-two-unrelated-but-identical-inmates-showed-need-for-fingerprinting

Sep 29, 2017 ... Two years prior, in 1901, a convicted criminal named William West was received at the United States Penitentiary in Leavenworth, and in what ...

collectivelifestyle.com/the-strange-case-of-will-and-william-west-how-law-enforcement-learned-the-importance-of-fingerprinting-2

Apr 15, 2014 ... This bizarre story took place at the turn of the 20th century. A prisoner by the name of Will West arrived at the United States Penitentiary in ...

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A Fingerprint Fable: The Will and William West Case. (This story appeared in the November 1987, Vol. 37, No. 11 issue of Identification News, which was the ...

www.crimescene-forensics.com/Crime_Scene_Forensics/History_of_Fingerprints.html

as the official system in England, and eventually spread throughout the world. 1903 – The William West – Will West Case at a Federal Prison in Leavenworth, ...

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"Despite the similarity of appearance, of names, and of their Bertillon measurements, the fingerprints of Will West and William West were completely different: an ...

www.dps.state.ia.us/DCI/supportoperations/Information/records/fingerprint_procedures_manual_section_2.pdf

In 1903, a prisoner by the name of Will West was sentenced to incarceration at the United States ... the system, retrieving the Bertillon card for a William West.

blackthen.com/strange-case-of-how-two-non-related-men-with-the-same-name-and-identical-looks-sparked-the-need-for-fingerprinting

Dec 3, 2017 ... The man above was called Will West, the man below William West, and they were both sentenced to jail at Leavenworth Penitentiary in Kansas ...

historicjamestowne.org/archaeology/chancel-burials/founders/william-west

Captain William West arrived at Jamestown in June of 1610 with his relative—the governor, Lord De La Warr—and another kinsman, Sir Ferdinando Wainman.