Personal information about Frederick Brind

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Frederick Brind
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   05 December 1870
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
Burial register information:
Book number: 1868
Page number: 043
Record number: 2737
Official at burial:
   The Rev'd. C Grinstead, Curate of Newbury.
Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Frederick Brind
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    01 December 1870
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




A melancholy case of sudden death occurred yesterday morning in Northcrof-lane.  It appears that Frederick Brind who was well known as a maker of fishing tackle, was out on Monday, but did not return home till late in the evening.  On the following day he was unwell and confined to his bed, and yesterday morning after half-past eight, he was drinking a cup of tea which his wife had brought up to him, when he fell back and expired almost immediately.

An inquest was held the same evening before Dr. Bunny, borough coroner, and a jury of whom Mr. John Elliott was foreman, when a verdict was returned of “Died from natural causes.”
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Frederick Brind
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    08 December 1870
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




SUDDEN DEATH - An inquest was held on Wednesday evening, before J Bunny Esq M.D., coroner for the borough, on the body of Frederick Brind, painter, of Northcroft lane, who died suddenly in his bed the same morning . Mr Jno. Elliott wase chosen foreman of the jury.

Henry Brind, aged eleven, son of the deceased, said his father was ill all day on Tuesday, and confined to his bed.  He vomited during that day.  He was out of doors on the Monday all day, and came home about a quarter past twelve at night.  Witness heard him come home, but was in bed at the time.  That morning (Wednesday) went into his room, about eight o’clock. Deceased seemed rather poorly, but did not complain.  Mrs Ann Brind, wife of the deceased, corroborated hr son’s evidence, and stated that her husband was sober when he came home early on the Tuesday morning.  About seven that (Wednesday) morning deceased took some tea and toast.  He was taken much worse about half past eight, when, while taking another cup of tea, he fell back in the bed, struggled slightly, and died.

Mrs Hinds, landlady of the “Drummer” public-house, Northcroft lane, said that the deceased was at her house on Monday night, about nine o’clock, at which hour he left the house. He came in about eight o’clock.  He only had one pint of half-and-half.  He was quite sober when he left the house.

The Coroner reviewed the facts as deposed to, and on his putting the question, the jury expressed themselves satisfied without making post-mortem examination of the deceased’s body.  A verdict of “Died from Natural Causes” was returned.  

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