Coronor's Hearings
1884 - 1919



DATE: June 26th, 1913
PAGE: 120
NAME OF DECEASED: Clarence Painter
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: male; 5 ft 8 in; light blue eyes; light brown hair
CORONER: T.H. Carmody, Deputy
INQUEST HELD AT: White Hall
NAMES OF JURY: Chas. Richert; Roy Coulee; Bert Campbell; Perry E. Cobb; S.H. Vanderhydere (?)
WITNESSES: E.A. Piper, Dr. R.A. Pritchett; J.D. Rowe; Floyd E. Higon
VERDICT: Came to his death by being electrocuted by wires used to light city of White Hall, accidently
PERSONAL EFFECTS: $1.37; 1 pocket knife; 1 gold watch… was turned over to Mrs. John Ballard by Geo. Brown.
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