Coronor's Hearings
1884 - 1919



DATE: June 1st, 1917
PAGE: 145
NAME OF DECEASED: Joseph J. Allred
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: male; 6 ft; dark complexion; grey eyes;dark brown hair
CORONER: Thomas H. Carmody
INQUEST HELD AT: residence of Wm. March 1 mile south of Barrow Station
NAMES OF JURY: John Jones; A.L. Brenneman; John A. Vaughn; Irvin Smith; W. H. Marsh; H.H. Brant
WITNESSES: Omer Allred of West Roodhouse, farmer; Jesse Allred of Roodhouse, comman laborer; Geo. P. Williams of Barrow, farmer
VERDICT: By being struck by a passing train of the CB & O R.R.
PERSONAL EFFECTS: 1 bottle of Red Diamond, 59% alcohol; 1 pkt knife; 2 day books receipts
{ sic: deceased} given to son. Omer Allred
REMARKS: Found dead mile south of Barrow Station on CB& O right of way, west side of track abt 30 feet north of crossing.


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