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Edward Anthony Andrassy
Birth: Sep. 3, 1906
Cuyahoga County
Ohio, USA
Death: Sep. 21, 1935
Cuyahoga County
Ohio, USA

Murder victim. Edward Andrassy was one of the first victims of the Cleveland Torso Killer, or Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run. He worked as a hospital orderly and eventually turned to petty crime. On September 23, 1935, the bodies of Andrassy and an unidentified man were found at the base of Jackass Hill in Kingsbury Run. Both men had been decapitated and emasculated. The police examined Andrassy's background in an effort to identify the Torso Killer, but they were unsuccessful. Edward Andrassy remains one of only two of the Mad Butcher's twelve or so victims to be identified. (bio by: Dennis Rice) 
Family links: 
  Joseph Andrássy (____ - 1948)
  Helen Stridel Andrassy (____ - 1960)
  Sally Ann Andrassy Held (1929 - 2006)*
  John A Andrassy (____ - 1965)*
  Joseph Anderson Andrassy (1902 - 1922)*
  Irene Andrassy Roth (1903 - 1952)*
  Edward Anthony Andrassy (1906 - 1935)
  Hellen Andrassy (1911 - 1912)*
*Calculated relationship
Saint Mary Cemetery
Cuyahoga County
Ohio, USA
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Originally Created by: Dennis Rice
Record added: Nov 18, 2002
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