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Could someone please kindly get me the 2 newspaper reports on the inquest on Arthur Finesburge in the Leeds Mercury for 17 Jun 1910 & in the Hull Daily Mail of the same date.
Plus Inquest report in the Leeds Mercury for Ivy Finesburge 13 May 1898.
OPERA-LOVER'S FATAL HURRY
... OPERA-LOVER'S FATAL HURRY. The death of Arthur Leopold Finesburg (19), a painter, was investigated by the Leeds City Coroner on Thursday. The deceased complained of pains the head about tea-time on Wednesday. had a seidlitz powder, and then went upstairs ...
Published: Friday 17 June 1910
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 96 | Page: 13 | Tags: none
All I could find Lyn
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Many thanks to both Wendy & Jenny. Much appreciated.
... and then went upstairs to dress for the theatre. He had been heard to say. "I would not miss it for worlds," referring to the opera at the Grand Theatre. He was later on found dead. Mr Logan, the medical called in, having given evidence, said it was clear that it was a case of fatal hurry, the heart being weak and the jury found that death was due to natural causes.
Mr Logan, the medical man ...
Thank you Terry. I doubt I will get further back on this line seeing as the father Morris Finesburge came over here from Russia c 1880 so very little thing helps.