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Coronor's Hearings
1874 - 1883

DATE: October 19th, 1880
PAGE: 14
NAME OF DECEASED: Samuel Follis/Fallis
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: male; 6 ft; lite complexion; gray eyes; lite hair
CORONER: A. Hedrick
INQUEST HELD AT: __. D. Vedder's office, White Hall, IL
NAMES OF JURY: J.D. Vedder; A. J. Worchester; Thomas Davis; A. Ganz; F. L. Vedder
WITNESSES: __. Liming of Whitehall; W. ____; J. E. Mouze; J. Todd; J. F. Potts (Dr.)
VERDICT: State of Illinois, in the matter of the inquisition on the body of Samuel Fallis/Follis do find that he came to his death by a pistol shot in the forehead, fired by his own hand.
PERSONAL EFFECTS: one pistol; cash of $292.70
REMARKS: Beried (buried) in White Hall by Cal (?) Winters

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