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Does anyone know  how I would go about finding out the outcome from an inquest for George Bunting from March 29th, 1866??  Thanks,  Sally

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Authored by: Tony Bunting on 02:40PM GMT - Wednesday, 14 January 2009

You need to go to the court index. eg. This one for Derby shows that John BUNTING besom maker Bonsall/found in New Inn dam Cromford/had been drinking at Scarthin Nick/verdict - found drowned Whitsuntide 1852. Good luck.

Authored by: Tony Bunting on 06:01PM GMT - Wednesday, 14 January 2009

More information. Are you aware of this site and contact? She produced the derby list from old newspapers. Marvellous. When you get in go to Coroners Court. This is where the previous link came from. You could also go to the British Library in Hendon where copies of local papers are held on fiche. Good luck Tony

Authored by: Tony Bunting on 06:20PM GMT - Wednesday, 14 January 2009

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