Coronor's Hearings
1874 - 1883



DATE: June 1st, 1883
PAGE: 26
NAME OF DECEASED: Thomas Isham
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: male; 5 ft 6 in; light complexion; black eyes; dark hair
CORONER: George W. Thompson
INQUEST HELD AT: Colemans place
NAMES OF JURY: D.C. McIvers; Phillip Young; J.F. Bridgewater; Isaac Graham; Wm. Haskins; E. Bridgewater
WITNESSES: James Lockhart, Greenfield, farmer; James Hunnycut {Hunnicut} of Greenfield, farmer; Theodore Desmay, Greenfield, farmer; Reuban England, Greenfield, farmer
VERDICT: " Came to his death by accidentally drowning and further find that no blame is attached to any person for said accident"
PERSONAL EFFECTS: one pocket knife and silver money; { body } disposed of by friends
REMARKS: fees: $22.



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