Saturday, October 17, 2009

Coroner's Inquest

From Genie

SYDNEY HERALD
25 June 1832 Monday
CORONER'S INQUEST
On Friday an Inquest was convened at the SETTLER'S ARMS, Sussex-street, before Major SMEATHMAN, Coroner for Sydney, on the body of EDWARD PRICE, an assigned servant to MR. THOMAS STREET, who died suddenly that morning. The Jury returned a verdict, accidental death, in consequence of the deceased having a ruptured a blood vessel internally.

Note: No NSW BDM record.

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