Coronor's Hearings
1884 - 1919



DATE: April 14th, 1904
PAGE: 84
NAME OF DECEASED: Thomas Newton
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: male; 5 ft 9 in; light complexion; blue eyes; sandy hair
CORONER: J. A. Cravens
INQUEST HELD AT: White Hall, IL
NAMES OF JURY: W.C. Tunison; J.W. Redwine; E.K. Shirley; W.V. Rhodes; George Gardner; W.L. Wells
WITNESSES: : all of White Hall…Chas. Sykes, laborer; Frank Trunnells, carpenter; M. G. Taylor, carpenter; W. Flatt, laborer; E.K. Shirley, Physician; Chas Hutchins, laborer; J. W. redwine, Physician; George Newton, laborer
VERDICT: Accident caused by falling from the 4th floor {at} the WhiteHall Sewer Pipe Co.'s factory and said company and employees {are} exonerated from all blame.
PERSONAL EFFECTS: none
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