3 edition of Inquests into London and Middlesex Homicides, 1673-1782 found in the catalog.
Inquests into London and Middlesex Homicides, 1673-1782
Thomas Rogers Forbes
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The first inquest, held in Wakefield, into the death of James Arthur Duggan, returned a verdict of justifiable homicide, within ten minutes. The second inquest, into the death of James Gibbs, was held in Featherstone. Here, refusing to be brow-beaten by the coroner, the jury returned an open verdict. Before this, and at the time of PC Grantham’s death, inns and pubs were the only readily-available, large indoor space where public events could be held - and all sorts of events were held in them, including local court petty-sessions and inquests into deaths.
The duty of coroners to inquire into treasure-trove (q.v.) is still preserved by the Coroners Act , which, however, repealed certain other jurisdictions, as,—inquests of royal fish (whale, sturgeon) thrown ashore or caught near the coast; inquest of wrecks, and of felonies, except felonies on inquisitions of death. By the City of London. An inquest was held at the Black Dog Tavern, Bedford, on Friday, to inquire into the deaths of two of the sufferers - John Greaves, a and Richard East, aged 28 - caused by the frightful explosion which occurred on Tuesday last, at the gunpowder mills of Messrs. Curtis and Harvey, in the Hounslow-road.
The homicide counts for Middlesex are not directly comparable to the counts for other counties, because they include neonaticides. In the nineteenth century, Jeafferson () published an edited edition of indictments and inquests from the session rolls and coroner's returns from Middlesex, which recorded many homicides. Publithed at the Coeoseb’8 Office, Fulham Placi, Paddington, W. CONTENTS Introductory Table I. — Inquests on Deaths in Parishes of Central Middlesex in Table II. — Inquests on Deaths from Natural Causes, and from Deaths accelerated by Drink, &c., and from Suicide, Homicide, Accident, and Violence, during the last four years, in the.
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Inquests into London and Middlesex Homicides, Abstract. Depositions for coroners' inquests on deaths, nearly all of them homicides, were reviewed and analyzed for reported causes and circumstances of death.
The role of coroner and surgeon and the emergence of the medicolegal autopsy are considered. London coroner's Cited by: 2. Inquests into London and Middlesex homicides, Forbes TR. Depositions for coroners' inquests on deaths, nearly all of them homicides, were reviewed and analyzed for reported causes and circumstances of death.
The role of coroner and surgeon and the emergence of the medicolegal autopsy are by: 2. Inquests into London and Middlesex homicides, (PMCID:PMC) Full Text Citations ; BioEntities ; Related Articles ; External Links ; Yale J Biol Med. Mar-Apr; 50 (2): – PMCID: PMC Inquests into London and Middlesex Homicides, Parish of St.
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Foski_finding_pdf. CLA//CR/02/ "Coroners' Inquests in the County of Middlesex, England " by Thomas R. Forbes In Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, Volume XXXII, No. 4, Octpp. Also includes "Inquests into London and Middlesex Homicides " by Thomas R.
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as a whole. The correct deposit for inquest papers, the London Metropolitan Archives at Northampton Row, holds extensive volumes of Coroners' Registers for the Counties of Middlesex and London (catalogue COR/A), including the Western District forthe North Eastern District forand the all-important Eastern District for Inquests into London and Middlesex Homicides, Article.
Nov ; Thomas R. Forbes. Of the deaths recorded in the St. Anne Soho funeral day books from throughnearly half. Homicide and the Coroners in Nineteenth-Century London | Social Science History () The contentions in this paper arose tangentially from a study of London coroners I began in the.
On 1 April the London County Council and Middlesex County Council ceased to exist. The County of London together with most of the County of Middlesex and parts of Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent and Surrey became the Greater London area. LMA holds a 10% sample of coroners’ inquests for the Greater London area Article content.
A coroner’s inquest into the death of a year-old man at London’s provincial jail is set to begin Monday in St. Thomas. J J. Black Textured Enclosure. JBK. Natural Finish Enclosure.
Black Textured Enclosure. WJBK. Stainless Steel Cover Screws (Pkg ). Posted by Krista Kesselring, 9 July Deaths in gaol have long required investigation by coroners. In Canada, one provincial jurisdiction recently sought to end this practice to save time and money, but abandoned the proposal upon protests that the public had a duty and right to oversee custodial conditions.
 The mandatory inquest into deaths of prisoners has a long history, dating. Nottinghamshire inquests from and Sussex inquests from were calendared by R.
Hunnisett between and Several hundred of Middlesex inquests from were published in the Middlesex County Records, ed. J.C. Jeaffreson, 4 vols (). Coroners' inquests in records of other courts. An inquest into the inmates’ deaths is mandatory under Ontario’s Coroners Act, Dr.
Curtis Fedoruk will preside as the coroner for the inquest. Since10 EMDS inmates have died of a. History The title.
The office of Coroner of The King's or Queen's Household, reporting to the Lord Steward of the Household, dates back at least to the 13th century, and possibly even earlier, although not always given this exact name. As R.F. Hunnisett put it, "Another privileged area was peripatetic.Athelstan Braxton Hicks (19 June – 17 May ) was a coroner in London and Surrey for two decades at the end of the 19th century.
He was given the nickname "The Children's Coroner" for his conscientiousness in investigating the suspicious deaths of children, and especially baby farming and the dangers of child life insurance.
He would later publish a study on infanticide.The plan was a simple one: advertisements placed in daily newspapers by the London Educational and General Institute, which claimed to be a charitable organisation formed by an association of graduates, stated that it was seeking applicants to take Indian and other colonial pupils into private homes or schools, with payments ranging from £90 to £