Coronor's Hearings
1884 - 1919



DATE: March 3rd, 1902
PAGE: 73
NAME OF DECEASED: Cashus Heskett
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: male; 5'9", light complexion, blue eyes, gray hair
CORONER: J.A. Cravens
INQUEST HELD AT: Walkerville, Greene Co., Ilinois
NAMES OF JURY: A.V. Otey; Ross Kinser; Ernest Rhodes; O. (?) H. Mundy; J.F. Buck; Earl Peik(Peck)
WITNESSES: Mrs. M. Heskett, Walkerville, housewife; Hannah Heskett, Walkerville, housewife; Elwood Heskett, Walkerville, farmer; Mrs. Homer Hestkett, Walkerville, housewife.
VERDICT: We the undersigned jurors to inquire of the death of CASHUS HESKETT, on oath do find that he came to his death by rupture that had been much trouble to him for many years.
PERSONAL EFFECTS: none
REMARKS: He had suffered from the effects of a bad rupture of 30 years ( ____ ) went to show that strangulation from rupture, was the cause of death.


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