Inquest into a Death

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  1. Lone Pine

    Lone Pine Her Grandad would be so proud of her

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    I have briefly touched on this before but now curiosity has got the better of me. The lady in question is Ellen Pritchard nee Brett born circa 1864 married James Pritchard born circa 1862/3 Old Ford London.

    Does anyone know where I would be able to find this Certificate or a transcript of what was said.

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    Death due to cerebral hemorrhage and apoplexy. Certificate issued after inquest on 26 Feb 1908"
    Buried Newham 2nd March 1908

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    I have looked up Cerebral Hemorrhage and it states that under 50 it could be down to head trauma. So this is another one "proceed with caution". Thanks
     
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    I had a relative die in 1903 in Yorkshire & there was an inquest which was reported in the local newspaper, so perhaps that would be your starting point, otherwise local county records if you can find them.
     
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