Beryl Waite Murder Case 1970. William Waite 41, chauffeur and mechanic to Lord Leigh at Stoneleigh Abbey in Kenilworth,
Beryl Waite Murder Case 1970. William Waite 41, chauffeur and mechanic to Lord Leigh at Stoneleigh Abbey in Kenilworth, was alleged to have killed his wife Beryl 45, with large doses of Arsenic. She died on 8th September 1969. William Waite was tried for murder at Birmingham Assizes in February 1970.Caption - Judith Regan, alleged to have had a relationship with William Waite, pictured 12th February 1970.
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