Coronor's Hearings
1874 - 1883



DATE: December 17th, 1880
PAGE: 15
NAME OF DECEASED: Albert L.E. Thompson
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Male; infant; light complexion; blue eyes; light hair; 6 months old
CORONER: George W. Thompson
INQUEST HELD AT: Greene County
NAMES OF JURY: James Beverley; John Carpenter; James Berry (following names were crossed out: P. F. Lightfoot; G. Scott; G.W. Whitaker)
WITNESSES: P.F. Lightfoot, physician, Roodhouse, Illinois
VERDICT: Death caused by strangulation caused from accumulation of phlegm in the throat or windpipe
PERSONAL EFFECTS: body delivered to parents
REMARKS: Infant about six months old found dead in bed while sleeping with mother.


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