Born and raised on the docks of the Isle of Dogs in the East End of London by her father (*Thomas Lindfors*), Fannie spent most her childhood among the tradesmen, seaman, and other workers who frequented the area.
Between her mother’s (*Margaret …
Doctor Allistair Blackwell
The exact definition of the cold London aristocrat. Exceptionally well dressed, imposing despite his need for a cane, cold and distant from all who approach him. Standing just over 6 feet his cold eyes take in the world around him with …
Born to a prostitute mother, and never knowing who her father was, Emerald was named for the colour of her eyes and raised by the streets of London. As a child, she was not afraid to stray from the one-bedroom flat her mother used for "business" and at …
Hailing from Wyoming Oscar Garrison grew up doing minor crimes with friend Harry Longabaugh. Together in 1885 The two of them met Etta Place whom would send Garrison's life down a much different path of much bigger crimes. A rivalry between the two …
Dr. Reginald T. Maxwell
Born in England, as a young man, he was one of the first immigrants to the 'New World' that was America, living there and eventually becoming a doctor, finding love, and having a family, Reginald figured his life was near perfect, until his son ran away …
Alexander John Harper
Mauris grew up on the streets of Paris. He never knew his parents, and cursed the very idea of any authoritative figures.
As a child he would commonly run from the policier after swiping who-knows-what from who-knows-whom. Running was something of a …