Personal information about Albert Pocock

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Memorial Details

  Albert POCOCK
  16 July 1850
  12
  Male
   
  Headstone and footstone
  Sandstone
  From top of headstone: Sacred to the Memory of/ Albert Pocock/ who died July 16th. 1850/ aged 12 years. Also Mary Tarrant/ who died April 1st. 1855/ aged 88 years./ Also John Pocock/ who died June 15th 1870/ aged 66 years./ Also Ann/ wife of the above/ who died Dec.3rd. 1870/ aged 68 years/ "Blessed are they which die in the Lord"
  Good, engraved letters
  WA65
    Footstone: AP 1850/ MT 1855/ JP 1870/ AP 1870
   
  22 August 2012
  DL
 
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Other people list on this memorial

Mary TARRANT
John POCOCK
Ann POCOCK

Cemetery Accounts Record

The information below is derived from the Newbury Cemetery company Accounts ledgers.

Albert Pocock
20 July 1850
Newbury
Common interment - Consecrated Ground
Rev'd. H.T. White
 
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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Albert Pocock
Article source:    Reading Mercury
Date of source:    20 July 1850
Copyright:    © Reading Mercury

Transcription:

 
ALBERT POCOCK
 
An inquest was held on Thursday last, at the Horse and Jockey, Brimpton, before J. Alexander, esq. coroner, on view of the body of Albert Pocock, a boy in Kendrick's Newbury Charity School, who met with his death in a most melancholy manner, on Wednesday. 
 
He had a half-holiday, and was accompanying one of Mr. Lay's men, named Copas, on his return from Ashford-Hill, where he had been delivering coals with a cart. On reaching Hyde-End, Brimpton, Copas looked round and saw that the boy, who had been walking by the side of the cart, had just fallen under the wheel; the man had not time to pull up before the wheel had passed over and completely crushed the poor boy's head, who almost immediately expired. 
 
The jury, after hearing the evidence, which clearly showed that no legal blame could be attached to any one, returned a verdict of Accidental death.
 
Reading Mercury 20th July 1850

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