James Griffiths' Beerhouse, Nailbridge c1873 (General)

by Mike Pinchin @, Bedford, England, Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 19:17 (852 days ago) @ ChrisW

Hi Chris

You are correct that there was no need for an inquest,

BNA Gloucester Citizen - Wednesday 10 May 1893

DRYBROOK. Sudden Death.—Mr. M. F. Carter, coroner for the Western Division of Gloucester, has received notice of the death of Solomon Griffiths, 55 years of age, landlord of the George Inn, Drybrook, East Dean, who was found lying dead in bed by his wife's side. Deceased, who was a very fine-looking man, was subject to bronchitis, and had been attended several times during the year by Dr. Milnes. He was taken ill on the 3rd with a severe fit of coughing, and gradually grew worse and died as stated. As Dr. Milnes is prepared to certify as to the cause of death, an inquest will not be held.


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