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The search to find the real Borden maid, Bridget Sullivan, seems to be like the search for the proverbial needle in the haystack. Alas, the Bridget Sullivan track to Montana could be the wrong Bridget. In 1897 hundreds of Bridget Sullivans were listed as residing in the area of Butte, Montana ... several being about 27 in 1893.

lizziebordenwarpsandwefts.com/2012/04/19/bridget-sullivan

Perhaps the most thrilling photo from Parallel Lives was that of Lizzie on her veranda at Maplecroft with her little dog. Now we have two photos of the Borden maid around the same age. Whereas Lizzie looks rested, prosperous and content in her photo, Bridget has a stern and careworn visage. Two elderly ladies- worlds apart in many ways,…

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Isn't it unlikely that Lizzie Borden really killed her whole family? ... Sullivan allegedly gave a deathbed confession to her sister, stating that she had changed her testimony on the stand in order to protect Lizzie." ... in the downstairs sitting room. Andrew had just returned from some errands in town. During this time Bridget Sullivan, the ...

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Testimony of Bridget Sullivan in the Trial of Lizzie Borden. June 7, 1893. In the household I was sometimes called Maggie, by Miss Emma and Miss Lizzie. I am twenty-six years old, unmarried; have been in this country seven years last May. Was born in Ireland; came first to Newport, Rhode Island. After a year there, went to South Bethlehem ...

www.straightdope.com/columns/read/1894/did-lizzie-borden-kill-her-parents-with...

But Bridget gave a deathbed confession to her sister that she had changed her testimony on the stand to protect Lizzie. So I believe Lizzie did it, and Bridget knew but kept quiet out of fear, pity, and/or the promise of cash. Were they lovers? Doubtful. Lizzie was tried for the murders but acquitted by the jury after an hour’s deliberation.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deathbed_confession

A deathbed confession is an admittance or confession when someone is nearing death, or on their "death bed". This confession may help alleviate any guilt, regrets, secrets, or sins the dying person may have had in their life. These confessions can occur because the dying want to live the last moments of their life free of any secrets they have been holding in for a portion, or the entire...

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In her later years, Lizzie Borden was rumored to be a lesbian, but there was no such speculation about Sullivan, who found other employment after the murders and later married a man. Sullivan allegedly gave a deathbed confession to her sister, stating that she had changed her testimony on the stand to protect Lizzie.

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On the morning of the murders, Andrew had gone to town on business. John Morse, Abby's brother, had dropped by unexpectedly the night before, but also went into town to see his niece. So alone in the house were left Abby, Lizzie, and Bridget Sullivan, the maid. Abby instructed Bridget to clean the windows of the home, which was a large undertaking.

www.irishcentral.com/roots/history/lizzie-bordens-irish-maid-witnessed-murders

Irish woman Bridget Sullivan only witness to events around the sensational murder of Lizzie’s parents. Almost every schoolchild in America for generations learned the following ditty: “Lizzie ...

www.heraldnews.com/article/20120409/News/304099402

Called “Maggie” by the Bordens, Bridget Sullivan was employed as a maid when Andrew and Abby Borden were murdered in 1892. Where she went or what she did afterward is a mystery.New photos of ...