Sky News admits e-mail hacking by reporter

LONDON, April 5 (UPI) -- A Sky News reporter hacked into e-mails written to a man who faked his death in a 2002 canoeing accident, the British broadcaster admitted.

Couple in canoe scam to repay $1M

LEEDS, England, Nov. 11 (UPI) -- The British couple imprisoned for faking the husband's death to cash in on his insurance have agreed to repay nearly $1 million, officials said Tuesday.

No sentence reduction in U.K. canoe scam

LONDON, March 27 (UPI) -- A British appeals court rejected a plea for reduced sentences for a husband and wife convicted of faking the man's death in an insurance scam.

Couple jailed for faking husband's death

LONDON, July 23 (UPI) -- A British man and his wife received jail sentences Wednesday for teaming up to fake his death in a $500,000 insurance fraud plot, officials said.

Wife blames faked-death fraud on husband

HARTLEPOOL, England, July 17 (UPI) -- Anne Darwin, whose husband staged his death in a canoe accident, claimed in an English court Thursday that he forced her to go along with the fraud.

Men testify against mother at fraud trial

HARTLEPOOL, England, July 15 (UPI) -- The sons of a British man who faked his death in a canoeing accident to collect on his life insurance testified against their mother Tuesday.

Formerly missing man, wife appear in court

HARTLEPOOL, England, Jan. 9 (UPI) -- The British boating enthusiast charged with faking his death avoided eye contact with his wife Wednesday at their first joint court appearance.

'Dead' canoeist, wife disowned by sons

HARTLEPOOL, England, Dec. 17 (UPI) -- The sons of a British man and woman accused of faking his death have disowned their parents and been cleared as suspects by police.

'Missing' man, wife in prison for holidays

HARTLEPOOL, England, Dec. 15 (UPI) -- The British boating enthusiast who allegedly faked his own death in a canoeing accident and his wife will spend Christmas behind bars.

'Missing' U.K. canoeist's wife jailed

HARTLEPOOL, England, Dec. 11 (UPI) -- Judges in England ordered the wife of a man who allegedly staged his disappearance five years ago held in custody before her trial begins Friday.

Darwin remanded on fraud allegations

LONDON, Dec. 10 (UPI) -- A British man who mysteriously reappeared after he was thought drowned five years ago was remanded into custody Monday on suspicion of fraud.

Canoe 'widow' arrested in Britain

MANCHESTER, England, Dec. 9 (UPI) -- British police Sunday arrested the wife of a man who recently reappeared after having been declared dead after vanishing in his canoe five years ago.

'Dead' canoeist charged with fraud

HARTLEPOOL, England, Dec. 8 (UPI) -- John Darwin, who resurfaced in London five years after he was supposedly killed in a canoeing accident, was charged with fraud Saturday.

Missing canoeist used fake passport

LONDON, Dec. 7 (UPI) -- John Darwin, suspected of faking his own death, reportedly used a false passport to travel to and from Britain during the five years he was missing.

Man suspected of fraud after re-emergence

LONDON, Dec. 5 (UPI) -- A British man who mysteriously reappeared after he was believed dead in a canoeing accident is being investigated for fraud.

Anne Elizabeth "Annie" Darwin (2 March 1841–23 April 1851) was the second child and eldest daughter of Charles and Emma Darwin. According to biographers, she was a delightful child who brought much happiness to her parents. Eminent Darwin scholar E. Janet Browne writes of her:

In 1849, Anne caught scarlet fever along with her two sisters, and her health thereafter declined; some authorities believe that she suffered from tuberculosis. In vain pursuit of help from Gully's water cure, Charles Darwin took his daughter to the Worcestershire spa town, Great Malvern. She died in Montreal House on the Worcester Road, and is buried in the Great Malvern Priory Church yard.

Her death at age ten was a terrible blow for both Charles and Emma. Charles wrote in a personal memoir "We have lost the joy of the household, and the solace of our old age ... Oh that she could now know how deeply, how tenderly we do still & and shall ever love her dear joyous face.".

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