Excerpt from a letter written by Beatrice Pace to her friend Alice Sayes from Birmingham Prison, 6 June 1928:
To My Dearest Friends
I am just writing you a line. As you will see I am removed from Cardiff still farther away from you. I have lost all hopes of coming home, but I trust you will see and care for my dear Baby  as she is never out of my thoughts, also the others but I think of Baby most as she cannot speak and tell you what she wants. ...
I am very worried as I thought I should soon be home but now I think it is a long way off. Did Mr. Clarke  tell you any news or Mr. O’Donnell . Please tell me when you write. Also remember me to all at home. ...
I remain your ever loving friend Beattie xxxxxx
X for Jean. I am delighted to hear she is improving.
 Beatrice’s infant daughter, Jean. (See a picture here.)
 D. P. Clarke, another solicitor in the firm of Beatrice's solicitor, G. Trevor Wellington.
 Bernard O'Donnell, a crime journalist who wrote several articles on the case (such as this one and the one pictured here) and befriended the Pace family.