The 107, 109, 114, 118, 119 …. 120 UK women killed through male violence in 2012

By 31st December 2012, I’d counted and named 107 women. 107 women UK women killed in 365 days, making one woman killed through suspected male violence every 3.4 days.

What I hadn’t really expected was that even though the year had ended, the list would continue to grow.  nia, the organisation I work for joined One Billion Rising on 14th February 2013.  We released a balloon for every UK woman killed in 2012.  While we were planning the event, 107 women became 109.

By the end of July 2012, the 109 UK women killed through suspected male violence had become 114, then 118, updates reflecting the killings of women that I hadn’t known about or details emerging at trials that had not previously been in the public domain.

Now in October 2013, updated to include Carole Waugh and then later Louise Evans, the number of  UK women killed through male violence in 2012, is 120.  One dead woman every 3.04 days.

Name Age Date killed
Susan McGoldrick

47

01-Jan

Tanya Turnbull

24

01-Jan

Alison Turnbull

44

01-Jan

Kirsty Treloar

20

02-Jan

Claire O’Conner

38

02-Jan

Kathleen Milward

87

03-Jan

Marie McGrory

39

03-Jan

Rebecca Holmes

47

05-Jan

Sarah Laycock

31

15-Jan

Carolyn Ellis

32

17-Jan

Irene Lawless

67

23-Jan

Stacey Mackie

35

27-Jan

Zudba Bi

34

28-Jan

Alethea Taylor

63

? Jan
Josephine Gilliard

42

05-Feb

Michelle Creed

34

05-Feb

Cheryl Tariah

17

07-Feb

Patricia Cairns

42

07-Feb

Margaret Biddolph

78

20-Feb

Annie Leyland

88

20-Feb

Samantha Laney

19

21-Feb

Debbie Johnson

43

24-Feb

Sarah Gosling

41

25-Feb

Fozia Ahmed

24

29-Feb

Anna Cuporiova

43

04-Mar

Gemma McCluskie

29

06-Mar

Kimberly Frank

17

10-Mar

Samantha Sykes

19

10-Mar

Leanne McNuff

24

11-Mar

Lesley Larner

59

13-Mar

Elizabeth Coriat

76

24-Mar

Suzanne Jones

40

30-Mar

Lisa Hoolahan

30

31-Mar

Afsana Kossar

35

11-Apr

Jacqueline Harrison

47

12-Apr

Da In Lee

22

09-Apr

Sara Williams

40

16-Apr

Julie Davidson

50

25-Apr

Corrin Barker

31

26-Apr

Samantha Warren

33

29-Apr

Jean Blakey

55

29-Apr

Natalie Esak

33

30-Apr

Saiba Khatoon

26

08-May

Lynda Jackson

56

09-May

Christine Pearmain

64

11-May

Beata HausnerJennifer Hume

46

55

14 May

18-May

Hannah Windsor

17

19-May

Lauren O’Neill

18

19-May

Annette Sturt

49

20-May

Elizabeth Carroll

64

21-May

Naomi Asante

46

21-May

Deborah Morris

51

25-May

Rushana Begum

28

25-May

Tuanjai Sprengel

43

26-May

Bernadeta Jakubszyk

30

28-May

Kelly Davies

31

02-Jun

Razu Khanum

38

08-Jun

Megan-Leigh Peat

15

09-Jun

Marian Stones

58

10-Jun

Carmen Miron Buchacra

28

10-Jun

Angela Crompton

34

11-Jun

Margaraet Sheehy

58

12-Jun

Estyna Blunnie

20

26-Jun

Esther Aragundade

32

26-Jun

Judith Ege

58

30-Jun

Christine Henderson

50

01-Jul

Janice Smithen

46

02-Jul

Catrina Rae

32

06-Jul

Gillian Andrade

39

08-Jul

Louise EvansLinda Sheard

32

63

10 Jul

11-Jul

Claire Parrish

37

15-Jul

Barbara Yates

49

18-Jul

Leah Whittle

42

21-Jul

 Carole Waugh  49  Found 02-Aug
Natasha Trevis

22

07-Aug

Diana Lee

54

09-Aug

Delia Hughes

85

14-Aug

Jane Archbold  77  21 Aug
Lynda Brown

63

01-Sep

Annette Creegan

49

02-Sep

Maureen Tyler

79

03-Sep

Charlotte Smith

41

06-Sep

Hazel Bailey

82

07-Sep

Catherine Wells-Burr

23

12-Sep

Kayleigh Buckley

17

17-Sep

Kim Buckley

46

17-Sep

Jade Riley Ward

30

22-Sep

Sharlana Dierdrick

32

29-Sep

Natalie Jarvis

23

03-Oct

Ann Morris

63

05-Oct

Pauline GillenSally Lawrence

69

47

06-Oct

06 -Oct

Margaret Krawcewicz

72

12-Oct

Catherine Gowing

37

12-Oct

Pamela Glen

61

19-Oct

Jean Farrer

77

25-Oct

Carol Cooper

66

02-Nov

Kim Campbell

41

08-Nov

Amelia Arnold

19

11-Nov

Khanokporn Satjawat

42

12-Nov

Reihana RezayiShaista KhatoonPaula Castle

23

33

85

14-Nov

19 – Nov

10 -Nov

Gaynor Bale

34

22-Nov

Rhoda Youson

57

24-Nov

Paula Clinton

48

29-Nov

Georgina Hackett

25

01-Dec

Janee Parsons

32

02-Dec

Andrea Johnson

44

02-Dec

Christine Haye-Levy

36

11-Dec

Rebecca Sessecar

25

20-Dec

Leslie Caile

48

24-Dec

Charmaine Macmuiris

37

25-Dec

Delores Smith

86

27-Dec

Judith Ann Brierley

67

28-Dec

Julia Thurgarland

70

28-Dec

Particia Goodband

76

Dec
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14 thoughts on “The 107, 109, 114, 118, 119 …. 120 UK women killed through male violence in 2012

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  6. Why is Helen Muckle included on here when she was a heroin addict who died of a drug overdose? Her partner found her body and was initially arrested as is protocol in sudden deaths, but was never charged after the autopsy results which confirmed the above. You can check this by contacting the Essex police. You seem very quick to include random female deaths in your crusade against men, but you need to get your facts right so as not to cause distress for the families of these women.

    • Thank you for sharing this. I have removed her.
      One of the difficulties with this piece of work is that I am relying upon contemporaneous reports and they are not always accurate. I very much try to avoid the inclusion of ‘random female deaths’. I have a list of women’s names that I have omitted because I have not seen evidence that their deaths are a result of male violence.
      It is a pity that you equate trying to end male violence against women and girls with a crusade against men, they really aren’t the same. Not all men are violent.
      Helen was a woman who (I assume you are correct) died of an overdose. She died because of criminal activity in the pursuit of profit. A report published by the Home Office in 2006 has estimated the UK drugs market to be worth £4.645bn in 2003/4. I would like to suggest that referring to someone as a heroin addict should be avoided, it can cause distress for the families of those whose lives are blighted or lost through the illegal drugs trade.

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