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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Charles Miller
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Age at death:
   26
Date of burial:
   24 May 1876
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Newbury
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1868
Page number: 137
Record number: 3492
Official at burial:
   The Rev'd. George Howe, Minister.
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Charles Miller
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    28 May 1876
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

CHARLES MILLER

 

SUDDEN DEATH IN A FIT

 

On Monday morning an inquest was held at the Sun Inn, St Mary's Hill, before T. H. Hawkins, Esq. And a jury of whom Mr. Ive was foreman, on the body of Charles Miller, aged 26.

 

The evidence went to show that deceased had from his infancy suffered from epileptic fits. On Saturday morning he seemed somewhat poorly at breakfast, but getting better he went out to help his father in painting. He returned home and made a hearty dinner. About 3.30 Mrs. Miller was cleaning the passage and heard a noise come from the room where deceased was. She went and found him on the floor struggling. He said “My dear Mother,” and these were the only words he uttered.

 

Finding he did not recover Mr.F.E. Ryott was sent for who stated that deceased was dead, and that the cause was the fit. It was stated that the deceased had had a good deal of advice at different times for these fits, but hed derived no benefit and had been told that he would die in one of them.

 

The verdict of the jury was that death was caused by an epileptic fit.

 

Newbury Weekly News 28 May 1876

 

DEATHS in same issue

MILLER – May 20 at St Mary's Hill, Newbury, suddenly Charles Miller aged 26 years.

 

Mrs P. (?) page 175 Ref P(H)3

Second son of James.

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    28 May 1876
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

CHARLES MILLER

SUDDEN DEATH IN A FIT

 

On Monday morning an inquest was held at the Sun Inn, St Mary's Hill, before T. H. Hawkins, Esq. And a jury of whom Mr. Ive was foreman, on the body of Charles Miller, aged 26.

 The evidence went to show that deceased had from his infancy suffered from epileptic fits. On Saturday morning he seemed somewhat poorly at breakfast, but getting better he went out to help his father in painting. He returned home and made a hearty dinner. About 3.30 Mrs. Miller was cleaning the passage and heard a noise come from the room where deceased was. She went and found him on the floor struggling. He said “My dear Mother,” and these were the only words he uttered.

 Finding he did not recover Mr.F.E. Ryott was sent for who stated that deceased was dead, and that the cause was the fit. It was stated that the deceased had had a good deal of advice at different times for these fits, but hed derived no benefit and had been told that he would die in one of them.

 

The verdict of the jury was that death was caused by an epileptic fit.

 

Newbury Weekly News 28 May 1876

 

DEATHS in same issue

MILLER – May 20 at St Mary's Hill, Newbury, suddenly Charles Miller aged 26 years.

 

Mrs P. (?) page 175 Ref P(H)3

Second son of James.

 
 
 


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