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Coronor's Hearings
1884 - 1919

DATE: June 11th, 1903
PAGE: 80
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: male; 5 foot; light complexion; blue eyes; sandy hair
CORONER: J. A. Carmody
INQUEST HELD AT: Residence in White Hall IL
NAMES OF JURY: H. E. Bell; Chas H. Davis; J. S. Shirley; J.. S. Price; Nelson Ballard; J. W. Ardwin(s)
WITNESSES: Mrs. Lula Brown, White Hall, housewife; Mrs. Flonner Young of White Hall, housewife; Dr. W. C. Tunison of White Hall, physician; Harry Brown of White Hall, laborer; Mrs. Anna D. Davis of White Hall, housewife; Mrs. Laura Brown of White Hall, housewife; Mrs. Elizabeth Brown of White Hall, housewife.
VERDICT: {We} Do find that he came to his death by a gun shot wound and that said wound was caused by the accidental discharge of a revolver in the hands of each said Jacob Young and his wife, Flonner Young.
PERSONAL EFFECTS: h. h. goods {house hold goods}
REMARKS: {deceased} to wife

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