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Coronor's Hearings
1884 - 1919

DATE: April 4 1888
PAGE: 16
NAME OF DECEASED: Tony H. Lovell/Lovella
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: male;5 foot ; red complexion; blue eyes; dark hair
CORONER: G.W. Thompson
INQUEST HELD AT: Roodhouse, Greene Co., Illinois
NAMES OF JURY: L.J. Patterson; Isaac Pollard; C.M. Brown; W.B. Jackson; W.P. Cobb; W. Roodhouse
WITNESSES: John Downey of Roohouse, conductor; E. Dennis of Roodhouse, conductor; B. John of Roodhouse, brakeman; John Finley of Bloomington, engineer;
VERDICT: We the jury on oath do find that he came to his death by falling from the train No# 12 and being run over by engine #142 and on car of the second section of train No#12 which caused his death as far as we know, there is no cause for blame on any one, all which happened near Ashland Illinois on the morning of April 4th 1888
PERSONAL EFFECTS: deceased delivered to his friends and burial in Kendall, Wis.

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