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Reference COR
Covering dates 1871-2003
Held by East Sussex Record Office
Conditions of access Closed for 75 years from the last date of a document
Appraisal information Selection
The recommendations for the appraisal of coroners' records contained in the Home Office circular HO 250 have not been followed by East Sussex Record Office, except as regards papers created in cases in which no inquest was held; these are destroyed after 15 years in accordance with the circular with the exception of those preserved as COR/1/4 (Lewes District, 1903, 1914-1927) and COR/3/3 (Brighton, 1901-1918).
All inquest papers later in date than 1945 are appraised according to the following rules:
1 The inquest paper and police report form, or the latter only when it is annotated with the verdict, are retained in all cases. These documents give a good summary of the circumstances of the death and considerable biographical detail concerning the deceased.
2 Apart from the papers in 1 above, all road traffic accident and geriatric case inquests are destroyed, with the exception of photographs of topographical interest, the existence of which needs to be flagged on the list.
3 Accidental death inquests, including industrial accidents, are purposively sampled.
4 All suicide and open verdict inquests are retained in their entirety, stripped of duplicates and copies.
It is intended to subject the papers to further review at date + 70 to prepare them for release when the 75-year closure period has expired.
Creators Coroner for Eastern Sussex, 1194-; Coroner of the Western (Lewes) District of East Sussex, 1891-1997; Coroner of the Eastern (Rye) District of East Sussex, 1891-1997; Coroner of the Borough of Brighton, 1854-1974

Administrative history:
This list covers the records produced by the coroners of the Eastern and Western (formerly Lewes and Rye) Districts of East Sussex until the re-organisation of districts on the creation of the Brighton and Hove Council in April 1997. It also includes the surviving records of the coroner for the Borough of Brighton between the creation of that office in 1854 and its abolition in 1974. Other records of the former Rye District, and of the Franchise coroner for the Rape of Hastings, are listed as MIB and SHE respectively; for details, see below.
The office of coroner in East Sussex from 1194
The study of the history of the office of coroner has been greatly advanced by R F Hunnisett, whose book The Medieval Coroner (Cambridge, 1961) has been followed by articles and editions of documents relating to many different parts of the country.
The Medieval Coroner was based on Hunnisett's Oxford D Phil Thesis, 'The Medieval Coroner 1194-1487, with particular reference to the county of Sussex', and this county, which is his own, has been particularly well-served in the author's work. Between 1957 and 1960 were published his articles 'Sussex Coroners in the Middle Ages' (SAC 95: 42-58, 96: 17-34, 98: 44-70) which incorporate calendars of all surviving Sussex coroners' cases before 1500 then known and a list of county and franchise coroners and their clerks, with an essay on jurisdictions. In 1964, another article, 'The last Sussex abjurations', appeared in the county journal (SAC 102: 39-51). Finally 'Sussex Coroners' Inquests 1485-1558' was published by the Sussex Record Society (SRS 74) in 1985, and two continuation volumes to 1688, published by the Public Record Office, appeared in 1996 (1558-1603) and 1998 (1603-1688). A volume on East Sussex Coroners' Bills, 1752-1830, is in active preparation.
Jurisdictions and districts
Although Sussex was a single county until 1974 it has always been administered in two divisions, east and west. To this rule the coronership was no exception: two coroners were appointed for the county at large but were in practice limited to one division or another. This simple pattern is complicated, particularly in the eastern division, by the existence of many private franchises the lords of which either had or claimed exemption from royal control and accordingly the right to appoint coroners; chief among them were the Cinque Ports. Table one shows the more important jurisdictions, their starting date, either known or implied, and the date at which they merged with the county coronership. In 1891 the eastern division coronership was split into two districts. Their areas were adjusted in 1940, 1974 and 1986 when the imbalance between the two districts, which owed its ultimate origin to the exemption of Hastings Rape from the county jurisdiction, was rectified by a re-alignment of district boundaries which, as has been the case almost invariably in the past, coincided with a change of coroner.
The Borough of Brighton acquired its own coroner on incorporation in 1854 and the office survived until the abolition of County Boroughs in April 1974; from that date, Brighton inquests were held by the Lewes-based coroner. On the creation of the Brighton and Hove Authority in 1997, the area once more gained its own coroner, the Lewes office was closed and the reduced area of East Sussex placed under the jurisidiction of a county coroner based at St Leonards.
The non-borough private jurisdictions in Hastings Rape, which were the only ones to survive into the modern periods, were originally hundredal or tenurial in their application: the bishop of Chichester's coroner, for example, was accustomed to sit wherever the bishop had tenants and can be found holding inquests at Heathfield (as part of Bishopstone hundred) in 1502 (SRS 74.11).
By the nineteenth century however, and until the surrender of the franchise coronership in 1940, the boundaries of the jurisdictions of each franchise were deemed to be co-terminous with those of any of the parishes within them. In that way the franchise jurisdictions, which were held jointly by the Hastings Rape coroner from at least 1830, were unexpectedly augmented for the sake of administrative convenience.
The different jurisdictions extant in 1832 and 1834 with the names of the officeholders (for which the eastern division returns survive locally: QCR 1/5/1) were printed as Parliamentary Papers and the position in 1895 was similarly described (S and B Webb, English Local Government... The Parish and The County (1906) p292 n2).
The Coroners Amendment Act of 1926 (16-17 G5 c59) provided (s4) for the abolition of the rights of franchise-owners to appoint coroners from the date of the next vacancy; in East Sussex that occurred in 1940.
Records
Table 2, which is presented in the order of the size of the jurisdictions with cross-references to table 1, lists the records which have survived for and attempts to describe the extent of each jurisdiction at its abolition or cessation.
The local preservation of coroners' records has been extremely poor and for the greatest part of the history of the office, only those inquests which were returned into the central courts have survived. The following list attempts a summary of the more obvious classes in which coroners' cases may be found or mentioned; it is referred to in table two by the inclusion of the appropriate letter after the heading Records of Supervisory Courts.
Central Supervision
A 1194-1487
Coroners' rolls were inspected by the justices in eyre and any outstanding cases dealt with. After the end of the eyres the court of king's bench was able to call for a particular case by writ and gaol delivery justices tried prisoners indicted on the strength of an inquest. Although details of the cases mostly survive in summary form on the rolls of the appropriate court, a few coroners' inquests (and for other counties entire rolls) are preserved; the Sussex ones were printed by Hunnisett in SAC 95, 96 and 98.
B 1487-1700
By virtue of an act in 1487 (3H7 c2), all coroners' inquests were to be handed to gaol delivery justices and either filed by them (if the inquest resulted in the arraignment of a prisoner before them) on the assize file (PRO ASS1 35 for the home circuit) or passed for filing on the indictment files of the court of king's bench (KB 9).
Inquests continue to be found on KB 9 until about 1700 and on ASS1 35 until that class ends in 1971. It seems to be the case, at least at the end of the seventeenth century, that inquests contained on the assize files are not strictly limited to those found in cases of homicide but include cases of suicide and misadventure. The nomina ministrorum membrane of the assize file also names both county and liberty coroners.
Since the liberty of the Five Ports (6-10) was not visited by gaol delivery justices the statute did not apply to those areas; it did apply however to areas within the jurisdiction of franchise coroners (4, 11-17).
The operation of this statute is more fully described by R F Hunnisett in Sussex Record Society 74, an edition of the Sussex inquests surviving between 1485 and 1558, almost all of which owe their preservation to it. For Sussex inquests on the assize files, 1558-1625, see Calendar of Assize Records: Sussex Indictments (2 vols HMSO, 1975) and for a list of inquests on prisoners dying in home circuit gaols, 1558-1625, see Calendar of Assize Records: Introduction (HMSO, 1985), pp145-171.
C 1752-1861
By an act in 1752, coroners were allowed a fee of £1 for each inquest held outside gaols and 9d a mile for travelling to (but not return from) the body. The fees were allowed by the justices at quarter sessions and were limited to inquests held in areas which contributed to the county rate.
The system is fully described by Hunnisett in Wiltshire Record Society 36, an edition of the bills for that county between 1752 and 1796. The Sussex bills are to be found on the sessions rolls (QR) between 1752 and a date in the 1820s; thereafter totals only appear in the treasurers' accounts (QAF/2/1) until 1861, when the system was abolished and coroners became salaried officials. Bills of one coroner for 1815-1817 were found to be fraudulent and were removed from the rolls and filed with the papers relating to his indictment for malversation (QCC/2). An edition of these bills by Dr Hunnisett is in active preparation; a draft is available in the searchroom.
The act of 1752 also applied within boroughs, and similar accounts are to be found in the records of Hastings, Rye and Winchelsea. The costs of inquests were met from the ordinary income of those boroughs until 1822, when 'a rate in the nature of a county rate' began to be raised. According to the report of the Municipal Corporations Commission on Winchelsea (WIN/616/3), the rate had been levied to maintain the gaol, deal with the increase in inquests and other criminal business brought about by smuggling, the introduction of the blockade system and by suicides in that service. The town clerk sought the assistance of John Tompsett, town clerk of Hastings, in the forms and precedents necessary for levying the rate; for their correspondence, see WIN/1559-1561. A similar expedient was employed by Rye at the same time: for details, see RYE/74.
D 1861-date
The court of quarter sessions and, after 1888, the County Council, was responsible for the engagement and local supervision of coroners. References to administrative documents of the court concerning the coronership may be found in A Descriptive Report on the Quarter Sessions... of East and West Sussex (Lewes 1954).
On its inception in 1888 East Sussex County Council established a joint committee with West Sussex County Council to administer areas of joint responsibility including the office of coroner; for its minutes, see C/C/12/2 and for a letterbook and scrapbook, see C/C/30, 31. In 1890 a committee was established to regulate the divisions and salaries of coroners. It met until 1892: for its minutes, see C/C/11/17 and for correspondence, 1889-1893 see C/C/83/1.
The joint committee ceased to meet in 1905 and coroners' business was subsequently handled by the finance and general purposes committee (C/C/11/3) and was one of the functions transferred to the newly formed general purposes committee (C/C/11/67) in 1931. Since 1974 the business has been handled by the public protection committee (R/C/20/8/1).
The coroners submitted annual reports to these committees, and a printed form was prepared for their use; for an example from 1921, see COR/1/8/1. The reports could be very detailed; in his report for 1929, the Lewes District coroner gave a detailed account of a treasure trove inquest, and treated the committee to his opinion of the causes of changing trends in suicide cases (COR/1/8/5 is a copy).
A circular of March 1942 advised the destruction of inquests before 1928 for war salvage. Both the Lewes District coroner and the franchise coroner of the Rape of Hastings followed its suggestions. It seems that there was little to destroy at Lewes, but on 6 March 1942 the Hastings Rape coroner handed inquests for 1868-1926 to the Battle postmaster; only his receipt remains (SHE/2/8/10).
TABLE 1: the more important jurisdictions, their starting date, either known or implied, and the date at which they merged with the main county coronership.
Serial numbers correspond to those in Table 2 following
1 County - Eastern Division divided into Lewes and Rye Districts in 1891
2 County - Western (Lewes) District created from the Eastern Division in 1891; augmented by Brighton Borough in 1974
3 County - Eastern (Rye) District created from the Eastern Division in 1891; augmented by the Hastings Rape franchise in 1940 and by Hastings Borough and parts of the Lewes District in 1977
4 Hastings Rape held jointly with 11-15 from before 1830; merged with the Rye District 1940
5 Brighton Borough created 1854; merged with the Lewes District in 1974
6 Hastings Borough merged with the Rye District in 1977
7 Pevensey Borough merged with the Eastern Division 1886 and with the Lewes District on its creation in 1891
8 Rye Borough merged with the Eastern Division 1888 and with the Rye District on its creation in 1891
9 Seaford Borough merged with the Eastern Division 1886 and with the Lewes District on its creation in 1891
10 Winchelsea Borough merged with the Eastern Division 1886 and with the Rye District on its creation in 1891
11 Hundred of Battle held by the Hastings Rape coroner from c1830; merged with the Rye District 1940
12 Hundred of Foxearle held by the Hastings Rape coroner from c1830; merged with the Rye District 1940
13 Hundred of Gostrow held by the Hastings Rape coroner from c1830; merged with the Rye District 1940
14 Bishop of Chichester held by the Hastings Rape coroner from c1830; merged with the Rye District 1940
15 Hundred of Robertsbridge held by the Hastings Rape coroner from c1830; merged with the Rye District 1940
16 Archbishop of Canterbury merged with the Eastern Division c1600
17 Duchy of Lancaster merged with the Eastern Division c1600
TABLE 2
JURISDICTION 1 County - Eastern Division
Dates: 1194-1891
Area: The whole of the Eastern Division except 4-17; includes 16 from 1550s, 17 from c1600, 7, 9 and 10 from 1886 and 8 from 1888
Supervision: A B C D
Surviving documents: single inquest, 1398: ESRO AMS 5592/114; note of single inquest, c1548: ESRO SAS/CP/183 f75v
JURISDICTION 2 County - Western (Lewes) District
Dates: 1891-1997
Area: Lewes and Pevensey rapes; includes 5 from Apr 1974; Mid-Sussex parishes transferred to Horsham District of West Sussex, Apr 1974 and parts to the Rye District in 1977
Supervision: D
Surviving documents: inquest papers (including depositions and PMs), 1903-1927, 1938-1985; Home Office returns, 1915-1947; Coroner's Daily Record, 1948-1985; ESRO COR/1
JURISDICTION 3 County - Eastern (Rye) District
Dates: 1891-1997
Area: Boroughs of Rye and Winchelsea and parts of parishes of Pett and Broomhill; includes 4, 11-15 from 1960 and 6 from 1977
Supervision: D
Surviving documents: inquest papers, 1940-1960 ESRO SHE; registers of reported deaths and inquest papers, 1960-1984 ESRO MIB
JURISDICTION 4 Rape of Hastings
Dates: 1455-1940
Area: The whole rape except 11-13, 8, 10, 14-15 in which however the franchise coroner acted, from 1830 at least, by virtue of separate appointments
Supervision: B C D
Surviving documents: single inquests kept as precedents, 1759-1845; Home Office and Quarter Sessions returns, 1827-1862; counterfoil orders for burial, 1838-1852; inquest papers with depositions, 1848, 1849, 1859-1866; inquest papers with depositions and PMs, 1925-1940;
JURISDICTION 5 Borough of Brighton
Dates: 1854-1974
Area: The Borough of Brighton
Supervision: D
Surviving documents: inquest papers with depositions and PMs, 1901-1906, 1908-1974; non-inquest cases, 1901-1918, Coroner's Daily Record, May 1936 - Mar 1974; register of deaths reported to the Coroner 1953 - Mar 1974: COR/3
JURISDICTION 6 Borough of Hastings
Dates: 1194-1977
Area: The Borough of Hastings and Liberties
Supervision:
Surviving documents: inquests, 1665, 1667 (2), 1771: Hastings Museum, C/B K 1-4; inquest papers, with depositions and PMs, 1960 - Mar 1977: ESRO MIB; coroners' bills, 1818-1870: ESRO PAR 367/26/1
JURISDICTION 7 Borough of Pevensey
Dates: 1194-1886
Area: The Borough of Pevensey and Liberties
Supervision:
Surviving documents: inquest papers with depositions, 1754-1884: ESRO PEV 409-485
JURISDICTION 8 Borough of Rye
Dates: 1194-1888
Area: The Borough of Rye and Liberties
Supervision: D
Surviving documents: single inquest, 1487 ESRO RYE/60/3, f63v; single inquest, 1530 RYE 60/5, f195; inquests entered in assembly minutes, 1547-c1660 RYE/1; inquest papers with depositions 1608-1855 RYE/32; Coroner's precedent book, 1806-c1825 ESRO SHE/2/12; inquests, 1857-1870, 1895-1935 ESRO DAP/302; notes on coroners' expenses, 1844-1863 RYE/70/9; appointments, 1891-1932 DAP/301/3
JURISDICTION 9 Borough of Seaford
Dates: 1194-1886
Area: The Borough of Seaford and Liberties
Supervision:
Surviving documents: note of a single inquest, nd, pre-1573: ESRO SEA/5; inquest expenses, 1847-1851 SEA/325-327
JURISDICTION 10 Borough of Winchelsea
Dates: 1194-1886
Area: The Borough of Winchelsea and Liberties
Supervision: D
Surviving documents: single inquest, 1582 ESRO WIN/53 f176; inquest papers, 1775-1884 WIN/513-606; Home Office returns and counterfoil books, 1873-1885 WIN/607-612; vouchers for jury expenses, 1824-1867 WIN/613; inquests, 1816-1856 ESRO DAP/70/1, 319/3
JURISDICTION 11 Liberty of Battle
Dates: 1255-1940
Area: The parish of Battle
Supervision: A B C D
Surviving documents: single inquests, 1486, 1507 Huntington Library BA Vol 5, 2232, 2484; see 5 above, with which the coronership was held by virtue of a separate appointment, for later records
JURISDICTION 12 Hundred of Foxearle
Dates: ?1436-1940
Area: The parishes of Ashburnham, Herstmonceux and Wartling
Supervision: B C D
Surviving documents: See 5 above
JURISDICTION 13 Hundred of Gostrow
Dates: 1448-1940
Area: The parishes of Brede and Udimore
Supervision: B C D
Surviving documents: See 5 above
JURISDICTION 14 Bishop of Chichester's Liberty
Dates: 1502-1940
Area: The parish of Bexhill
Supervision: B C D
Surviving documents: See 5 above
JURISDICTION 15 Hundred of Robertsbridge
Dates: -1940
Area: The parish of Salehurst
Supervision: B C D
Surviving documents: See 5 above
JURISDICTION 16 Archbishop of Canterbury Liberty
Dates: 1463-1526
Area: The parishes of Buxted Cliffe, Framfield, Glynde, South Malling, Mayfield, Ringmer and Uckfield
Supervision: B C D
Surviving documents:
JURISDICTION 17 Duchy of Lancaster
Dates: by 1479-c1600
Area: The rape of Pevensey except 7, 9 and 16 above
Supervision: B C D
Surviving documents: two inquests, 1577: ESRO SAS/ACC 3597/8

Contents:
Table of Contents
Introduction (below)
COR/1 Records of the coroner of the Western (Lewes) District, 1903-1997
COR/2 Records of the coroner of the Eastern (Rye) District, 1960-1997
COR/3 Records of the coroner of the Borough of Brighton, 1882-1974



Records of the coroner of the Borough of Brighton  COR/3  1882-1974

Administrative history:
Introduction
The parish of Brighton formed part of the jurisdiction of the East Sussex quarter sessions and coroner until the town's incorporation as a borough in 1854. Neither the charter of incorporation (DB/B78/1) nor the confirming act (18 and 19 Vict c31) mentions the jurisdictions, which passed by operation of the Municipal Corporations Acts.
David Black was appointed Brighton's first coroner on 1 January 1855, and on 18 January a table of fees was agreed by the council (DB/B46/1 p100, B78/1 p93-8). Black, a Brighton solicitor and partner in Black and Freeman, himself served as town clerk between March 1863 and January 1874, when he was forced to retire through illness. He held the office of coroner until his death in 1893, but had been in sufficiently poor health since 1882 to appoint deputies (see COR/3/1 below). For a detailed obituary of David Black, see COR/3/12/1 below.
Francis Harding Gell, the East Sussex coroner, secured an annuity of £65 9s 4d for loss of fees; the claim dated from 16 December 1854, when Brighton had been granted a separate commission of the peace. For a text of the Brighton's bond to Gell, 16 August 1855, with a detailed recital of his claim, see DB/B/78/1 p203.
The jurisdiction ended with the termination of Brighton's status as a County Borough in 1974, when the area became part of the Lewes-based coroner of the eastern part of East Sussex. On the creation of Brighton and Hove as a Unitary Authority in 1997 that area again became the seat of an independent coroner.
Brighton Coroners
1854-1893 David Black of 45 Ship Street; 58 Ship Street; and 40 Buckingham Place
1893-1925 Joseph Edward Bush of Bartholomews Chambers; and 22 Ship Street
1925-1934 William D'Arcy Peskett of 8 Marlborough Place
1934-1958 Charles Webb of 8 Pavilion Parade
1958-1974 Ronald Charles Webb of 8 Pavilion Parade
Brighton Deputy Coroners
1887-1887+ Frederick Ernest Sawyer
1885-1892 Alfred Freeman Gell
by 1889-1893 Joseph Edward Bush
by 1895-1899+ Howard Francis Gates of 14 Ship Street
by 1909-1915+ Ernest W Hobbs of 1 Caburn Road, Hove
1925 Ewart Charles Bartlett
by 1934-1934 Charles Webb
by 1938-1938+ S V Farrington of 12A Marlborough Place
1958 Norman Arthur Webb acting as deputy Mar - Apr

Contents:
Table of contents
Introduction (see AdminHistory)
COR/3/1 Appointments and associated documents, 1882-1887
COR/3/2 Inquests, 1901-1974
COR/3/3 Reported deaths, 1901-1918
COR/3/4 Returns to the Home Office, 1908-1924
COR/3/5 Returns to the Returns to the Local Government Board, 1910-1919
COR/3/6 Returns to the Home Office of Deaths in Railway Accidents, 1926-1949
COR/3/7 Shorthand notes of evidence, 1925-1939
COR/3/8 Copy account of fees and disbursements, 1934-1936
COR/3/9 Coroner's Daily Record, 1936-1974
COR/3/10 Registers of deaths reported to the coroner, 1953-1974
COR/3/11 Correspondence and Precedents, 1917-1968
COR/3/12 Biographical material on Brighton coroners, 1893-1934

INQUESTS  COR/3/2  1901-1936

Contents:
Each file typically consists of a formal notice of the verdict (herein referred to as the inquisition) signed by the coroner, and by the jurors where this applies; notes taken of witness statements made at the inquest; a warrant to summon a jury; and a police report. In some cases secondary documentation such as correspondence, plans and photos are included. From 1916 the administration of inquests underwent several changes. The number of jurors was reduced from twelve to six, then the jury disappeared altogether, except for cases of suspected murder or manslaughter, only to be re-introduced in cases of fatal accidents in public places. It follows that the warrant became something of a formality; more of a notice that an inquest was to be held. The police report consists of a formal statement of the identity of the deceased and the immediate circumstances of his or her death or the discovery of the body, together with the statements of witnesses. Some or all of these statements will be repeated in the notes taken at the inquests, with alterations resulting from cross-examination. The entry for each inquest in this catalogue forms an abstract of the information given in the inquisition: deceased's name, address, status, and the immediate family relationship if a child or a woman; deceased's age at death; place of death or discovery (unless this is the deceased's home address); the circumstances explaining the death; the summary form of the verdict (i.e. 'natural causes' etc); and the date of the inquest, usually one to three days after the date of death or discovery, for which it will be necessary to consult the actual record. The cataloguing of this series of inquests as far as June, 1925, was complicated by poor record keeping, particularly towards the end of that period. It is therefore necessary to explain the use of square brackets with verdicts. The summary form of the verdict should be given on the front of the inquisition, but this did not always happen. In such cases, where the verdict is evident from the long form, the supposed summary form is offered in this catalogue within square brackets. More doubtful cases are recorded with the words 'no verdict' in square brackets. In other places, square brackets are used to denote the introduction of information from sources other than the one being quoted.

INQUESTS OF 1910  COR/3/2/1910  1910

DAVY  COR/3/2/1910/1  1 Jan 1910

Contents:
Leonard Joseph of 13 Hastings Road, Brighton, Able Seaman on board HMS Excellent; 21; suicide, killed himself at the Council School, Fairlight Place by hanging himself by the neck, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

YOUNG  COR/3/2/1910/2  3 Jan 1910

Contents:
George William Thomas, son of George Young of 12 Howard Road, Brighton, marine stove dealer's manager; 6 weeks; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his parents; accidental death

HAINES  COR/3/2/1910/3  10 Jan 1910

Contents:
Edith of 126 Havelock Road, Brighton, wife of Frederick Charles Haines, butcher; 38; suicide, killed herself by drowning herself in a bath of water whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

JEFFERY  COR/3/2/1910/4  10 Jan 1910

Contents:
Frederick William of 27 St Paul's Street, Brighton, general labourer; 36; at Sussex County Hospital; the effects of swallowing hydrochloric acid self administered, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

WISEMAN  COR/3/2/1910/5  12 Jan 1910

Contents:
William Walter of 28 Ridesdale Road, Anerley, London, general labourer; 58; on a seat on Kings Road, Brighton opposite Preston Street; swallowing oxalic acid whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

SULLIVAN  COR/3/2/1910/6  13 Jan 1910

Contents:
John of 28 Surrey Street, Brighton, invalid attendant; 33; killed himself by swallowing laudanum, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

SLOCOMBE  COR/3/2/1910/7  13 Jan 1910

Contents:
Emma Mary of 45 Newhaven Street, Brighton, wife of Walter Slocombe, warehouseman; 57; heart failure caused by a clot of blood blocking one of the main arteries; natural causes

SCOTT  COR/3/2/1910/8  15 Jan 1910

Contents:
son of Thomas Scott of 22 Hollingdean Road, Brighton, chaff cutter; born dead

SAUNDERS  COR/3/2/1910/9  19 Jan 1910

Contents:
Caroline of 43 Guildford Street, Brighton, widow of George Saunders, foreman in the Telegraph Department of the LB & SC Railway; 76; abscess of the lung and pleurisy; natural causes

TAYLOR  COR/3/2/1910/10  20 Jan 1910

Contents:
Sarah Ann of 36 Gladstone Place, Brighton, wife of William Taylor, carpet merchant; 69; pneumonia and fractured ribs caused by a fall; accidental death

BRAND  COR/3/2/1910/11  20 Jan 1910

Contents:
Clara Ambrosina of Victoria Road, Aldershot, Hampshire, domestic servant; age unknown; in the sea opposite the Royal Crescent Hotel, Brighton; found drowned. For warrant see 10 above

HEWSON  COR/3/2/1910/12  21 Jan 1910

Contents:
Elizabeth of 82 Franklin Street, Brighton, wife of Thomas Hewson, iron turner; 57; exhaustion due to want of sufficient food and nursing attention; [no verdict]

NOLAN  COR/3/2/1910/13  22 Jan 1910

Contents:
Daisy of 58 Regency Square, Brighton, [widow] of James Frederick Nolan, retired judge; 44; overdose of Veronal tabloids, self administered for the purpose of procuring sleep; misadventure

MILES  COR/3/2/1910/14  24 Jan 1910

Contents:
Frederick George of 10 Islingword Street, Brighton, carpenter's apprentice, son of James Miles, general labourer; 14; at Sussex County Hospital; pneumonia following septicaemia caused by disease of the bone in his right leg; natural causes

KING  COR/3/2/1910/15  24 Jan 1910

Contents:
Albert Henry James, son of Albert Victor King of 42 Livingstone Road, Hove, Sussex, butcher; 1; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Brighton; heart failure whilst under the influence of an anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a necessary surgical operation; misadventure

MASON  COR/3/2/1910/16  25 Jan 1910

Contents:
Matilda Martha of 26 Grenville Place, Brighton, widow of George Mason, proprietor of the East Perth Soap Works, Western Australia; 45; suffocation caused by inhaling coal gas whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

DENMAN  COR/3/2/1910/17  26 Jan 1910

Contents:
Jonas of 6 Aberdeen Cottages, Royal George Road, Burgess Hill, bricklayer; 29; at Sussex County Hospital, Brighton; fracture of the skull caused by a fall from scaffolding in the Clayton tunnel, Burgess Hill; accidental death

ROPER  COR/3/2/1910/18  26 Jan 1910

Contents:
James of 15 Duke Street, Brighton, hair worker; 75; heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes

DENNYS  COR/3/2/1910/19  27 Jan 1910

Contents:
Lilian Ethel of 2 German Place, independent means; 29; heart failure due to acute cerebral congestion; natural causes

CARR  COR/3/2/1910/20  27 Jan 1910

Contents:
Edwin, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, former general labourer; 68; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

MITCHELL  COR/3/2/1910/21  28 Jan 1910

Contents:
Charles of 301 Queens Park Road, Brighton, general labourer; 70; heart failure caused by an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes

GASQUET  COR/3/2/1910/22  28 Jan 1910

Contents:
Mary Harriett of 5 Belle Vue Gardens, Brighton, widow; 75; shock and severe burns caused by having set fire to her clothing; accidental death. For warrant see 21 above

STONHAM  COR/3/2/1910/23  29 Jan 1910

Contents:
Thomas William of 25 Coventry Street, Brighton, packer; 69; cardiac syncope; natural causes

PENTON  COR/3/2/1910/24  29 Jan 1910

Contents:
Mary Ann of 104 North Street, Brighton, of independent means; 48; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. For warrant see 23 above

BROMFIELD  COR/3/2/1910/25  31 Jan 1910

Contents:
John Coley of 17 Clarence Square, Brighton, colonial agent; 73; killed himself by suffocation caused by coal gas, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide. For warrant see 26 below

WILTON  COR/3/2/1910/26  31 Jan 1910

Contents:
John Henry Sinnock of 45 Dewe Road, Brighton, carter; 54; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

STAKER  COR/3/2/1910/27  1 Feb 1910

Contents:
son of Arthur Staker of 10 Coventry Street, Brighton, dairyman; newly born; imperfect expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes

BEST  COR/3/2/1910/28  1 Feb 1910

Contents:
Frederick of 15 Windmill Street, Brighton, clerk; 53; mortification of the gut due to tumour; natural causes. For warrant see 27 above

BRINDLEY  COR/3/2/1910/29  3 Feb 1910

Contents:
Marjory, inmate of St Anne's Home for Poor Crippled and Invalid Children, 49 Buckingham Road, Brighton, daughter of [Mr] Brindley of Aston, Birmingham, former school master; 2; shock and severe scalds accidentally caused by her having been placed by Mary Rosalin Shannon, nurse, in a bath of scalding water; accidental death

EASTON  COR/3/2/1910/30  15 Feb 1910

Contents:
Richard Alfred, son of Alfred Richard Easton of 4 Tichbourne Street, Brighton, jobbing gardener, and his wife Lucy Easton, restaurant waitress; 2 months; bronchial pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 31 below

WILSON  COR/3/2/1910/31  15 Feb 1910

Contents:
Ernest James Richard of 73 Sandown Road, Brighton, a nursing child with Elizabeth and Philip King, dustman, son of Ellen Louisa Wilson of 7 Hobury Street, Chelsea, London, widow; 10 months; convulsive fit following congestion of the lungs; natural causes

HEBBLETHWAITE  COR/3/2/1910/32  18 Feb 1910

Contents:
Joseph Whitley of 14 Buckingham Place, Brighton, export agent; 65; natural causes, cardiac syncope

COOMBER  COR/3/2/1910/33  21 Feb 1910

Contents:
Eliza Frances of 17 Albion Hill, Brighton, wife of Alfred Coomber, sandwich board carrier; 72; acute dilatation of the heart; natural causes

SALTMARSH  COR/3/2/1910/34  21 Feb 1910

Contents:
Caroline of 23 Carlton Row, Brighton, wife of Edward Saltmarsh, former painter; 54; suffocation in attempting to swallow food; misadventure

GEARING  COR/3/2/1910/35  22 Feb 1910

Contents:
Joseph William, son of Albert Henry Gearing of 11 Baxter Street, Brighton, painter; 11 weeks; convulsive fit due to congestion of the lungs; natural causes

QUINLIN  COR/3/2/1910/36  23 Feb 1910

Contents:
Alfred Edward of 23 Cannon Place, Brighton, ship's steward; 43; cerebral haemorrhage caused by chronic inflammation of the left kidney; natural causes

HOLLOWAY  COR/3/2/1910/37  2 Mar 1910

Contents:
Charles of 130 North Street, Brighton, printer's reader; 62; heart failure due to kidney disease; natural causes

BALMER  COR/3/2/1910/38  2 Mar 1910

Contents:
Thomas of 253 Elm Grove, Brighton, former night attendant at Brighton Workhouse; 69; heart failure due to chronic valvular disease of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 37 above

BARNES  COR/3/2/1910/39  2 Mar 1910

Contents:
Emily of 79 Round Hill Crescent, Brighton, spinster; 74; heart failure due to abscess on the kidney; natural causes. For warrant see 37 above

HAMMOND  COR/3/2/1910/40  3 Mar 1910

Contents:
Thomas of 26 Crescent Road, Brighton, general labourer; 34; heart failure due to pneumonia; natural causes

HAWKINS  COR/3/2/1910/41  5 Mar 1910

Contents:
Alan Thomas of 21 Viaduct Road, Brighton, mineral water agent; 32; pericarditis due to dropsy; natural causes

SHORT  COR/3/2/1910/42  8 Mar 1910

Contents:
Lizzie Bridget of 31 St Nicholas Road, Brighton, widow of Benjamin Short, hairdresser; 55; syncope due to fatty heart and chronic bronchitis; natural causes

EDWARDS  COR/3/2/1910/43  14 Mar 1910

Contents:
Mary Jane of 4 Toronto Terrace, Lewes, wife of Arthur John Edwards, dairyman; 46; rupture of a blood vessel at the base of the brain; natural causes

BOURQUIN  COR/3/2/1910/44  16 Mar 1910

Contents:
Christina of 9 Arundel Road, Brighton, widow of Louis Jaques Bourquin, clergyman; 68; at Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe burns caused by her having set fire to her clothing; accidental death

WILLIAMSON  COR/3/2/1910/45  21 Mar 1910

Contents:
Margaret of 29 Borough Street, Brighton, domestic servant (cook); about 70; heart failure accelerated by an accidental fall at 12 Norfolk Terrace; natural causes

DIBLEY  COR/3/2/1910/46  21 Mar 1910

Contents:
Eliza Emma of no fixed abode, singlewoman, sister-in-law of Benjamin French of 18 George Street, Hove, smith and farrier; 39; at the Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; heart failure brought on by exposure to the weather; natural causes

MOORE  COR/3/2/1910/47  22 Mar 1910

Contents:
daughter of Percey Ernest Charles Moore of 15 Newhaven Street, Brighton, groom; born dead

GAINSFORD  COR/3/2/1910/48  23 Mar 1910

Contents:
George of 23 St Nicholas Road, Brighton, railway signalman; 68; heart failure due to bronchitis; natural causes

CREASEY  COR/3/2/1910/49  26 Mar 1910

Contents:
Frederick of 19 Kingsbury Road, Brighton, iron founder's labourer; 55; heart disease; natural causes

JUNOR  COR/3/2/1910/50  26 Mar 1910

Contents:
Helen Butler of 96 Buckingham Road, Brighton, widow of William Junor, bookseller; 79; fracture of the neck caused by a fall; accidental death

SEYMOUR  COR/3/2/1910/51  29 Mar 1910

Contents:
Lilian Mary of 8 Wentworth Street, Brighton, daughter of Philip Stephen Charles Seymour, shop assistant; 3; at Sussex County Hospital; blood poisoning due to severe injuries caused by her having been knocked down in St James Street by an electric motor bus of the Brighton, Hove and Preston Omnibus Company driven by Alfred Avis; accidental death

DICKER  COR/3/2/1910/52  30 Mar 1910

Contents:
David of 37 Rochester Street, Brighton, naval pensioner; 74; cardiac syncope caused by chronic gout; natural causes

WOOLDRIDGE  COR/3/2/1910/53  31 Mar 1910

Contents:
Eliza of 13 Ivory Buildings, Brighton, widow of William Walter Wooldridge, billiard marker; 74; heart and lung disease; natural causes

LONG  COR/3/2/1910/54  1 Apr 1910

Contents:
Reginald Gambier of 5 Albert Road, Brighton, independent means; 58; killed himself by shooting himself with a gun whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

STRINGER  COR/3/2/1910/55  1 Apr 1910

Contents:
Sydney of 7 Grant Street, Brighton, gardener; 72; at the Workhouse Infirmary; paralysis of the heart, death accelerated by a fall; accidental death

LAW  COR/3/2/1910/56  4 Apr 1910

Contents:
Thomas of 'Coolhurst', Crouch End, [London N], secretary of the National Free Church Council; 55; in the sea off Brighton; found drowned

THOMAS  COR/3/2/1910/57  5 Apr 1910

Contents:
Sophia of 31 William Street, Brighton, wife of Eli Thomas, hawker; 39; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

GROVES  COR/3/2/1910/58  7 Apr 1910

Contents:
Sophia of 37 Cobden Road, Brighton, charwoman, widow of George Groves, house decorator; 53; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

PAGE  COR/3/2/1910/59  7 Apr 1910

Contents:
Thomas William of 6 Ivory Buildings, Brighton, cattle drover; 37; at the Workhouse Infirmary; cirrhosis of the liver, death accelerated by shock and loss of blood caused by severe injuries to the head, insufficient evidence as to their origin; [open verdict]

TYSON  COR/3/2/1910/60  8 Apr 1910

Contents:
Naomi of 30 Sudeley Street, Brighton, wife of Thomas Tyson, accountant; 73; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes

HUNNS  COR/3/2/1910/61  14 Apr 1910

Contents:
Edith of 36 Prestonville Road, Brighton, daughter of William Hunns, formerly a butcher; 23; at Sussex County Hospital; rupture of an abscess on the lung; natural causes

SMITH  COR/3/2/1910/62  16 Apr 1910

Contents:
Ernest Leslie, son of George Samuel Martin Smith of 16 Artillery Street, Brighton, ostler; 3 months; suddenly, tuberculosis and abscess on the lung;, natural causes

HOTCHKISS  COR/3/2/1910/63  18 Apr 1910

Contents:
Mary Ann of 1 Pevensey Road, Brighton, widow of George Hotchkiss, lawyer's clerk; 63; exhaustion caused by refusing to take sufficient nourishment for a considerable period; exhaustion

BRIDGER  COR/3/2/1910/64  19 Apr 1910

Contents:
[son of Grace Jenner Bridger of 2 Toronto Terrace, Brighton]; born dead

SAYERS  COR/3/2/1910/65  20 Apr 1910

Contents:
Benjamin, son of Benjamin Sayers of 66 Southampton Street, Brighton, general labourer; 9 months; at the Childrens Hospital; suddenly, convulsive fit due to teething and aggravated by an enlarged thymus gland; natural causes

CHAPPELL  COR/3/2/1910/66  21 Apr 1910

Contents:
Arthur Herbert [of 159 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London], paper merchant; 39; in the sea off Madeira Road; found drowned

CULLEN  COR/3/2/1910/67  25 Apr 1910

Contents:
Enid Feodora of 60 Shanklin Road, Brighton, employed in the box office at West Pier; 26; found dead in bed, an abscess pressing on the heart; natural causes

LAKER  COR/3/2/1910/68  2 May 1910

Contents:
George of 101 Hanover Terrace, Brighton, baker; 53; suddenly, heart failure due to double pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 69 below

HALL  COR/3/2/1910/69  2 May 1910

Contents:
Rosalind of 1 Gloucester Cottages, daughter of Harry Hall, farrier; 2 months; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with her parents; accidental suffocation

KING  COR/3/2/1910/70  6 May 1910

Contents:
Edward of 7 Westgate, Chichester, chief clerk in the Probate Register at Chichester; 48; on the beach opposite the Royal Crescent Hotel; found drowned

FREELAND  COR/3/2/1910/71  6 May 1910

Contents:
Louis of Church Army Home, 1 Upper St James's Street, Brighton, army reservist; 29; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm in the chest; natural causes

ROBERTSON  COR/3/2/1910/72  7 May 1910

Contents:
Frank of 5 George Street, Brighton, bath chairman; 59; suddenly, heart failure due to pneumonia; natural causes

HOLMES  COR/3/2/1910/73  9 May 1910

Contents:
Margaret of 6 Redvers Road, Brighton, widow of William Holmes, stoker; 87; rupture of the heart caused by accidentally falling out of bed

LLOYD  COR/3/2/1910/74  17 May 1910

Contents:
Thomas of 1 Upper North Street, butler; 58; suddenly, rupture of the heart due to over-retching; natural causes

HIAM  COR/3/2/1910/75  17 May 1910

Contents:
Emily Susan of No 4 Flat, 48 Edward Street, Brighton, widow of Frederick Hemming Hiam, draper; 53; suddenly, uraemic convulsion caused by alcoholic excess; natural causes. For warrant see 74 above

DENYER  COR/3/2/1910/76  18 May 1910

Contents:
James Edward Charles, son of James Denyer of 29 Ivory Place, Brighton, market gardener; 11 months; at Sussex County Hospital; heart failure under the influence of anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a necessary surgical operation; misadventure

MITCHELL  COR/3/2/1910/77  18 May 1910

Contents:
Grace of 72 Warleigh Road, Brighton, wife of John Mitchell, grocer's assistant; 21; 45 Clyde Road; suddenly, shock during a thunderstorm, death accelerated by enlarged glands; shock

SMITH  COR/3/2/1910/78  21 May 1910

Contents:
Norah Daisy, daughter of Lily Smith of 31 St Mary Magdalene Street, Brighton, single woman; 3 months; suddenly, congestion of the lungs; natural causes

PATE  COR/3/2/1910/79  24 May 1910

Contents:
Joseph of 8 Circus Street, Brighton, son of Alfred Pate, cab proprietor; 3; at the Children's Hospital, Dyke Road; collapse and shock caused by excessive haemorrhage due to a wound in the tongue caused by an accidental fall at [home]

NEVES  COR/3/2/1910/80  26 May 1910

Contents:
Winifred of 15 Islingword Street, Brighton, daughter of William Edward Neves, coal porter; 5 months; suffocated whilst sleeping with her parents; accidental suffocation

FRENCH  COR/3/2/1910/81  2 Jun 1910

Contents:
son of John Harry French, bricklayer, of 8 Bernard Road, Brighton; 3 days; suddenly, rupture of the large intestine; natural causes

CROOME  COR/3/2/1910/82  6 Jun 1910

Contents:
Ada of 17 Bedford Street, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 50; suddenly, heart failure caused by Bright's disease; natural causes

MILTON  COR/3/2/1910/83  7 Jun 1910

Contents:
Mary of 26 Pelham Street, Brighton, wife of Edward Milton, bricklayer; 64; suddenly, failure of respiration caused by disease of the lungs; natural causes

LAWRENCE  COR/3/2/1910/84  17 Jun 1910

Contents:
daughter of Florence Lawrence of 1 Howard Place, the widow of William Lawrence, coachman; newly born; died from want of proper attention at birth; [no verdict]

GIANINI  COR/3/2/1910/85  20 Jun 1910

Contents:
Arnebolie of 31 Guldeford Street, Brighton, porter; 72; heart failure due to fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

WOODCOCK  COR/3/2/1910/86  20 Jun 1910

Contents:
Ethel May, daughter of Florence May Woodcock of 36 St Paul's Street, Brighton, domestic servant; 7 months; malnutrition and rickets and the congestion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 85 above

PELLING  COR/3/2/1910/87  20 Jun 1910

Contents:
William John of 50 Norfolk Square, Brighton, general labourer; 24; at Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by a fall from a ladder; accidental death

CRIPWELL  COR/3/2/1910/88  27 Jun 1910

Contents:
Anne of 175 Havelock Road, Brighton, domestic servant; 74; dislocation of the neck caused by a fall down stairs; accidental death

CRESSWELL  COR/3/2/1910/89  28 Jun 1910

Contents:
Frederick Charles of 23 Elder Street, Brighton, son of Joseph William Cresswell, general labourer; 4; haemorrhage caused by his having been knocked down and run over by a motor lorry belonging to Messrs Hales Dancy & Co. and driven by one Frederick George Cobbett in Elder Street; accidental death

ACTON  COR/3/2/1910/90  2 Jul 1910

Contents:
Walter Oliver of 60 Springfield Road, Brighton, antique dealer; 70; in the Old Steine Gardens; suddenly, heart failure due to a fatty heart; [natural causes]

FLOWERS  COR/3/2/1910/91  5 Jul 1910

Contents:
Walter of 46 Gardner Street, Brighton, confectioner; 73; suddenly, heart failure due to congestion of the lungs and heart disease; natural causes

FANNER  COR/3/2/1910/92  7 Jul 1910

Contents:
Matilda of 172 Havelock Road, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 58; suddenly, peritonitis caused by strangulated hernia; natural causes

GOBLE  COR/3/2/1910/93  9 Jul 1910

Contents:
Ann of 34 Richmond Road, Brighton, wife of Cornelius Edward Goble, house painter; 37; killed herself by cutting her throat with a razor whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

GODDARD  COR/3/2/1910/94  12 Jul 1910

Contents:
Harriett of 21 Clyde Road, Brighton, widow of William Goddard, grocer; 70; suddenly, heart failure due to a ruptured heart; natural causes

HARDY  COR/3/2/1910/95  12 Jul 1910

Contents:
Jacob of 4 Albion Cottages, Brighton, (lodger) general labourer; 69; chronic Bright's disease caused by excessive alcoholism; natural causes

CECIL  COR/3/2/1910/96  12 Jul 1910

Contents:
Jack George, son of William Henry Cecil of 24 Toronto Terrace, Brighton, bootmaker; 15 months; suddenly, heart failure due to acute bronchitis; natural causes

GEARING  COR/3/2/1910/97  12 Jul 1910

Contents:
Irene Gladys, daughter of Ernest Walter Gearing of 56 Elder Street, Brighton, house painter; 6 months; severe congestion of the brain caused by her falling out of bed; accidental death

KILLINGBACK  COR/3/2/1910/98  20 Jul 1910

Contents:
John of 82 Palmerston Road, Finsbury Park, London, milk carrier; 30; at Sussex County Hospital, Brighton; heart failure due to collapse following immersion in the sea off Black Rock

CARROLL  COR/3/2/1910/99  23 Jul 1910

Contents:
Selina of the Workhouse Infirmary, Brighton, widow of Frederick Carroll, shoemaker; 67; shock and severe injuries caused by a fall at the Workhouse Infirmary; accidental death

BOOTH  COR/3/2/1910/100  23 Jul 1910

Contents:
Samuel of 10 Fleet Street, Brighton, carpenter; 76; suddenly, heart failure caused by haemorrhage due to a malignant growth on the intestine; natural causes

CLEAR  COR/3/2/1910/101  25 Jul 1910

Contents:
Edward of 10 Grantham Road, Brighton, cab proprietor; 52; at the cab rank at the south end of Preston Park; syncope due to dilatation of the stomach; natural causes

PIPER  COR/3/2/1910/102  28 Jul 1910

Contents:
Frederick Cyril of 81 Round Hill Crescent, Brighton, son of Luke Piper, fireman; 3; suddenly, heart failure due to acute tuberculosis and congestion of the lungs; natural causes

HUMPHREY  COR/3/2/1910/103  28 Jul 1910

Contents:
George Edward of 25 Shanklin Road, Brighton, painter; 54; heart failure due to meningitis and pneumonia; natural causes

JESSUP  COR/3/2/1910/104  28 Jul 1910

Contents:
John Gordon, son of Margaret Jessup of 89 Bernard Road, Brighton, spinster; 20 months; suddenly, heart failure due to anaemia and congestion of the lungs; natural causes

KENNARD  COR/3/2/1910/105  30 Jul 1910

Contents:
Albert Edward, son of Frederick Kennard of 7 Park Place, Brighton, hawker; 14 days; suffocated whilst sleeping in his cradle; suffocation

BALDEY  COR/3/2/1910/106  2 Aug 1910

Contents:
Harry of 9 Queens Place, Brighton, general labourer; 37; on a seat on the West side of St Peters Church Grounds; suddenly, heart failure due to pleurisy with effusion; natural causes

NIX  COR/3/2/1910/107  2 Aug 1910

Contents:
Louisa Charlotte of 26 Winchester Street, Pimlico, London SW, wife of Henry Charles Nix, newspaper reporter; 44; at Sussex County Hospital; heart failure due to fatty degeneration, death accelerated by chronic alcoholism; natural causes

HERRINGTON  COR/3/2/1910/108  3 Aug 1910

Contents:
William of 34 Dean Street, Brighton, grainer; 67; sudden death from syncope caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

RANDELL  COR/3/2/1910/109  4 Aug 1910

Contents:
Winifred, inmate of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary, wife of James Aaron Randell, night watchman; 72; the Workhouse, Brighton; suddenly, syncope caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

HALL  COR/3/2/1910/110  4 Aug 1910

Contents:
son of Hannah Hall of 22 North Gardens, Brighton; born dead

TOMSON  COR/3/2/1910/111  5 Aug 1910

Contents:
Annie of 17 Sussex Terrace, Brighton, cook; 46; suddenly, heart failure due to pneumonia and diseased kidneys; natural causes

FARLEY  COR/3/2/1910/112  5 Aug 1910

Contents:
John Walter of 60 New Dorset Street, Brighton, railway porter; 28; haemorrhage of the stomach accelerated a fall at [home]; accidental death. For warrant see 111 above

LITTLE  COR/3/2/1910/113  8 Aug 1910

Contents:
Mary Ann of 50 Grosvenor Street, Brighton, wife of Frederick William Little, house painter; 45; suddenly, apoplexy; [natural causes]

SMITH  COR/3/2/1910/114  10 Aug 1910

Contents:
Sarah Elizabeth of 35 Guildford Street, Brighton, widow of Joseph Smith, lodging house keeper; 70; sudden death from cardiac syncope due to cancer of the intestines and liver; natural causes

NORTHCOTT  COR/3/2/1910/115  11 Aug 1910

Contents:
Elizabeth Bishop of 59 Wilmer Gardens, Kingsland [Hackney, London] N, daughter of Henry Bishop Northcott, naval pensioner; 7; at 12 Windsor Street, Brighton; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

EVE  COR/3/2/1910/116  12 Aug 1910

Contents:
Peter, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, hawker; 55; at the Workhouse Infirmary; suddenly, heart failure during a maniacal outbreak caused by an injury to the brain of long standing; natural causes

DUNN  COR/3/2/1910/117  13 Aug 1910

Contents:
Sydney, son of Walter John Dunn of Middle Flat, 'Lion House', Milton Road, Brighton, general labourer; 18 months; suddenly, heart failure; natural causes

WOODS  COR/3/2/1910/118  15 Aug 1910

Contents:
Josephine Una, daughter of Joseph Woods of 15 Coronation Street, Brighton, musician; 14 months; suddenly, meningitis the result of a fall from a hammock at [home]; accidental death

STRICK  COR/3/2/1910/119  16 Aug 1910

Contents:
Ann Kate Matilda of 14 Sinclair Road, West Kensington, London, widow of Charles Edward Stuart Strick, gentleman of independent means; 56; on the sea beach opposite Lewes Crescent, Brighton; found drowned

SIMPSON  COR/3/2/1910/120  19 Aug 1910

Contents:
Simon Arthur of 37 Miles Buildings, Edgware Road, London, taxi cab driver; 26; at Sussex County Hospital, Brighton; suddenly, haemorrhage due to tuberculosis; natural causes

BUTLER  COR/3/2/1910/121  20 Aug 1910

Contents:
William Joy of 4 Howard Place, Brighton, boot traveller; 54; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage due to a rupture of a blood vessel in the brain; natural causes

AYLWYN  COR/3/2/1910/122  22 Aug 1910

Contents:
Frederick John Long of 21 Caledonian Road, Brighton, stationary engineman; 64; Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries accidentally caused in the course of his employment at the Brighton railway works whilst endeavouring to adjust a belt on a pulley attached to the exhausting fan there; accidental death

SILVERMAN  COR/3/2/1910/123  22 Aug 1910

Contents:
Harry of 7 Venner Road, Bow, London E, jeweller; 49; at 74 King's Road, Brighton; killed himself by hanging by the neck whilst of temporary unsound mind; suicide

HARLEY  COR/3/2/1910/124  24 Aug 1910

Contents:
John Mark of 13 Stanmer Park Road, Brighton, china and glass merchant; 58; in the Level Enclosure (east side); killed himself by shooting himself with a revolver, no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

PYEMONT  COR/3/2/1910/125  27 Aug 1910

Contents:
Henry of 33 Tonsley Hill, Wandsworth, London SW, of independent means; 70; death caused by pneumonia; natural causes

SCOTT  COR/3/2/1910/126  29 Aug 1910

Contents:
Matilda of 22 Queens Park Road, Brighton, lady of independent means; 59; cerebral haemorrhage caused by valvular disease of the heart; natural causes

DOBSON  COR/3/2/1910/127  29 Aug 1910

Contents:
Frederick William of 37 London Street, Brighton, shopman; 18; at 21 Regency Square; asphyxia caused by a thymus gland. For warrant see 126 above

KNIGHT  COR/3/2/1910/128  29 Aug 1910

Contents:
James Charles, son of Charles Ernest Knight of 5 Hollingdean Road Brighton, carter; 4 months; malnutrition caused by improper feeding. For warrant see 126 above

BULLOCK  COR/3/2/1910/129  31 Aug 1910

Contents:
George De Nyst of 26 St Johns Avenue, Harlesden, [London] NW, tram inspector; 41; drowned whilst bathing in the sea on the west side of the Norfolk Hotel groyne; accidentally drowned

ANDAS  COR/3/2/1910/130  10 Sep 1910

Contents:
Samuel Robert of 22 Foundry Street, Brighton, lamp maker; 66; suddenly, haemorrhage into the cerebellum; natural causes

BULL  COR/3/2/1910/131  12 Sep 1910

Contents:
William of 10 Beaconsfield Villas, Brighton, farm bailiff; 78; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes. No warrant

BUDGEN  COR/3/2/1910/132  12 Sep 1910

Contents:
Harold of 42 Vere Road, Brighton, butcher; 15; accidentally drowned while bathing in the sea opposite the Aquarium; drowning/heart failure. (According to the post mortem report, deceased drowned on account of heart failure brought on by an enlarged thymus gland.)

GIBBARD  COR/3/2/1910/133  20 Sep 1910

Contents:
Kathleen Elizabeth Lilian, daughter of Herbert Henry Gibbard of 72 Rose Hill Terrace, Brighton, fireman; 5 months; suddenly, bronchial pneumonia, death accelerated by imperfect expansion of the right lung at birth; [natural causes]

WEAVER  COR/3/2/1910/134  26 Sep 1910

Contents:
Frederick, son of Thomas Weaver of 39 Hollingdean Road, Brighton, general dealer; 7 months; exhaustion due to diarrhoea and sickness

WINDHAM  COR/3/2/1910/135  27 Sep1910

Contents:
daughter of George Windham of 22 Viaduct Road, Brighton, turner at the Railway works; 2 days; suddenly, congenital stenosis of the bile duct; natural causes

WILMOT  COR/3/2/1910/136  3 Oct 1910

Contents:
Helen Louise of 21 St Georges Mews, Brighton, domestic servant; 48; cardiac syncope, death accelerated by heart disease; natural causes

LANGRIDGE  COR/3/2/1910/137  8 Oct 1910

Contents:
Annie Elizabeth of 18 Hanover Terrace, Brighton, wife of William Meason Langridge, general labourer; suddenly, heart failure due to pneumonia; natural causes

LINBERRY  COR/3/2/1910/138  10 Oct 1910

Contents:
Emma of 36 Hanover Terrace, Brighton, single woman; 79; suddenly, cardiac syncope due to senile decay; natural causes. For warrant see 140 below

HODGES  COR/3/2/1910/139  10 Oct 1910

Contents:
Benjamin of 28 Ivory Place, Brighton, plumber; 60; suddenly, heart failure due to pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 140 below

MORLEY  COR/3/2/1910/140  10/11 Oct 1910

Contents:
Ursula, daughter of Hettie Morley of 5 Gloucester Cottages, Brighton, former domestic servant; 8 months; marasmus due to improper feeding; natural causes; 10 Oct and by adjournment on 11 Oct 1910

GODBOLD  COR/3/2/1910/141  14 Oct 1910

Contents:
Elizabeth of 3 Clarence Street, Brighton, widow of Charles Godbold, cabinet maker; 73; suddenly, heart failure caused by pleurisy and inflammation of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 143 below

NEUZERLING  COR/3/2/1910/142  14 Oct 1910

Contents:
George Henry of 21 St Helens Road, Brighton, tailor; 48; on a tram car in Waterloo Place; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 143 below

PEACOCK  COR/3/2/1910/143  14 Oct 1910

Contents:
Richard of 3 College Terrace, Brighton, male attendant; 71; at 70 Southover Street; suddenly, syncope caused by extensive old standing disease of the lungs; natural causes

CORFIELD  COR/3/2/1910/144  15 Oct 1910

Contents:
Emma Ann of 21 Marine Parade, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 74; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes

GOBLE  COR/3/2/1910/145  17 Oct 1910

Contents:
Amelia of 33 Exeter Street, Brighton, daughter of the late George Goble, journeyman sawyer; 63; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia; natural causes

VEEN  COR/3/2/1910/146  17 Oct 1910

Contents:
Cecil of 46 Cavendish Street, Brighton, cab washer; 42; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; suddenly, heart and kidney disease accelerated by exposure to the weather; natural causes

DUNK  COR/3/2/1910/147  18 Oct 1910

Contents:
Thomas of 22 Gerard Street, Brighton, cab proprietor; 45; in a stable at 90a Shaftesbury Road; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

STODHART  COR/3/2/1910/148  20 Oct 1910

Contents:
Arthur James of 16 New England Road, parcel porter; 33; at Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe internal injuries, having been knocked down by a motor taxi cab driven by George Alfred Harvey in Preston Park Avenue; accidental death

BAKER  COR/3/2/1910/149  21 Oct 1910

Contents:
son of Grace Baker of 24 Albert Terrace, Brighton, domestic servant; born dead. For warrant see 150 below

COLLEY  COR/3/2/1910/150  21 Oct 1910

Contents:
Florence Gwendoline, daughter of Florence Mary Colley of 73 Sandown Road, Brighton, domestic servant; 2 months; suddenly, heart failure caused by gastro-enteritis; natural causes

BARNSLEY  COR/3/2/1910/151a  21 Oct 1910

Contents:
Susan of 37 Highdown Road, Brighton, widow; 51; Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by being knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by George Henry Norris in Preston Street; [accidental death]

RICHARDSON  COR/3/2/1910/151b  24 Oct 1910

Contents:
Benjamin George, son of Benjamin Henry Richardson of 98 Ewart Street, Brighton, coach trimmer; 4 weeks; suffocated while sleeping in bed with his parents; suffocation

OLIVER  COR/3/2/1910/152  25 Oct 1910

Contents:
Albert Ernest, son of Alfred Gordon Oliver of 43 New England Street, Brighton, butcher; 20 months; broncho-pneumonia; jury's rider: although not culpable, the parents were guilty of negligence in not calling in medical advice earlier; natural causes

GRENVILLE  COR/3/2/1910/153  25 Oct 1910

Contents:
Dorothy Matilda, daughter of Thomas Grenville of 67 Bentham Road, Brighton, labourer; 14 months; Brighton Workhouse; heart and lung disease, death hastened by want of earlier medical advice and proper care and attention; jury's rider: though not culpable, the father and Kate Ward [the unofficial foster mother] were guilty of neglect; natural causes

Number not used  COR/3/2/1910/154  [n.d.]

MATTHEWS  COR/3/2/1910/155  27 Oct 1910

Contents:
Henry William of no fixed abode [enclosed pedlar's certificate was issued in Southampton], tramping pedlar; about 30; in a van en route from Patcham to Sussex County Hospital, Brighton; swallowing Sulphonal at Patcham; misadventure

NORMAN  COR/3/2/1910/156  28 Oct 1910

Contents:
William John of 28 Brigden Street, Brighton, builder; 54; at 62 Balfour Road; suddenly, heart disease natural causes

BUSHELL  COR/3/2/1910/157  31 Oct 1910

Contents:
Herbert Smith of 26a West Street, Brighton, of independent means; 53; swallowing mercury; misadventure

NOTON  COR/3/2/1910/158  31 Oct 1910

Contents:
Violet Alice, daughter of John William Noton of 29 Bute Street, Brighton, motor engineer; 2 months; suddenly, heart failure due to congestion of the lungs;, natural causes

BAKER  COR/3/2/1910/159  31 Oct 1910

Contents:
Isabel Lucy of 26 Blackman Street, Brighton, [dressmaker], daughter of Edwin Baldwin Baker, coach builder; 46; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

JEFFERY  COR/3/2/1910/160  3 Nov 1910

Contents:
William of 8 Cannon Street, Brighton, waiter; 61; at 29 Upper Russell Street [the Fountain Inn]; suddenly, syncope caused by heart disease; natural cause

COLLINS  COR/3/2/1910/161  7 Nov 1910

Contents:
daughter of Walter Collins of 211 Bear Road, Brighton; newly born; insufficient expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes

VINE  COR/3/2/1910/162  21 Nov 1910

Contents:
John of 23 Sun Street, Brighton, son of George Thomas Vine, general labourer; 6; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes

BROWN  COR/3/2/1910/163  23 Nov 1910

Contents:
Mary Louisa of 20 Park Street, Brighton, widow; 88; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

LINTOTT  COR/3/2/1910/164  28 Nov 1910

Contents:
Arthur of 38 Upper Gardiner Street, Brighton, foreman; 41; suddenly, tumour on the brain; natural causes

FORD  COR/3/2/1910/165  1 Dec 1910

Contents:
Clifford of 5 Kingsbury Street, Brighton, engine driver (LB&SCR); 59; being conveyed in a horse ambulance from the railway company's running shed in New England Street; shock and severe internal injuries from having been knocked down and run over by a locomotive engine driven by James Robinson near the running shed; accidental death

PANNETT  COR/3/2/1910/166  5 Dec 1910

Contents:
Edward Henry, son of Henry Millyard Pannett of 4 Elder Place, Brighton, cartage contractor; 17 months; shock caused by deceased scalding himself; accidental death

FESTI  COR/3/2/1910/167  9 Dec 1910

Contents:
Antonio of Artillery Arms, Artillery Street, Brighton (lodger), cook at the Hotel Metropole; 27; in a dressing room at the Hotel Metropole; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

ANDREWS  COR/3/2/1910/168  12 Dec 1910

Contents:
Emma Alice of 7 Robertson Rd, Brighton, spinster, daughter of Edwin Andrews, coachman (domestic); 32; suddenly, peritonitis; natural causes

JOHNSON  COR/3/2/1910/169  12 Dec 1910

Contents:
Rose May of 22 Hollandbury Place, domestic servant, daughter of Joseph Johnson, labourer; 18; heart failure following shock caused by acute mania and pneumonia. For warrant see 168 above

ASHDOWN  COR/3/2/1910/170  13 Dec 1910

Contents:
George of 61 Islingword Street, Brighton, general labourer; 59; at the tram shelter opposite Richmond Street; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes. For warrant see 171 below

WARREN  COR/3/2/1910/171  13 Dec 1910

Contents:
John of 15 Luther Street, Brighton, house painter; 36; suddenly, double pneumonia and peritonitis; natural causes

STEIMER  COR/3/2/1910/172  15 Dec 1910

Contents:
Jane of 23 Powis Square, Brighton, retired schoolmistress (spinster); 72; shock and severe burns caused by having upset an oil stove; accidental death

LAPHAM  COR/3/2/1910/173  21 Dec 1910

Contents:
Harry John of 3 Golden Lane, Brighton, picture frame maker; 49; suddenly, syncope due to general tuberculosis; natural causes

ROLLINGS  COR/3/2/1910/174  23 Dec 1910

Contents:
Theophilus of 30 Roedale Road, Brighton, French polisher; 63; suddenly, syncope due to the rupture of a blood vessel in the abdomen; natural causes

COX  COR/3/2/1910/175  24 Dec 1910

Contents:
Thomas of 17 Springfield Road, Brighton, retired wine merchant; 75; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

INQUESTS OF 1911  COR/3/2/1911  1911

PIERPOINT  COR/3/2/1911/1  2 Jan 1911

Contents:
Christopher of 13 Semley Road, Brighton, Calvinistic minister; 78; at the Calvinistic Chapel, West Street; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart caused by kidney disease; natural causes

DETHRIDGE  COR/3/2/1911/2  4 Jan 1911

Contents:
Frank of 123 Lansdowne Place, Hove, gentleman of independent means, formerly Town Clerk of Paddington; 74; at the New Club, Kings Road, Brighton; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

BAKER  COR/3/2/1911/3  5 Jan 1911

Contents:
William of 21 George Street,, fisherman; 73; suddenly, heart disease and congestion of the lungs; natural causes

YEATES  COR/3/2/1911/4  5 Jan 1911

Contents:
daughter of George Yeates of 57 Islingword Street, Brighton, labourer; 16 months; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 3 above

ACASTER  COR/3/2/1911/5  6 Jan 1911

Contents:
William Cecil of 55 Warleigh Road, Brighton, son of William Acaster, tuber in the employ of LB&SC Railway Co at Brighton Station; 16; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia and bronchitis; natural causes

MEADS  COR/3/2/1911/6  7 Jan 1911

Contents:
Jane Amelia Josephine of 59 Newmarket Road, Brighton, wife of Francis Meads, carter; in Newmarket Road; suffocation caused by the rupture of a blood vessel on the lung; natural causes

READING  COR/3/2/1911/7  10 Jan 1911

Contents:
Henry Thomas, inmate of Brighton Workhouse; 84; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; severe injuries to his head, insufficient evidence as to their cause; open verdict

DEACON  COR/3/2/1911/8  11 Jan 1911

Contents:
Louisa of 7 Nelson Row, Brighton, widow; 81; at Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe burns caused by her having accidentally set fire to her clothing at [home] on 7 Jan

VENNING  COR/3/2/1911/9  11 Jan 1911

Contents:
Mary Annie of 26 Port Hall Place, Brighton, wife of William George Venning, carriage body maker, Brighton Railway Works; fracture of the neck caused through deceased having had a fainting fit and fallen at [home]; accidental death

SMART  COR/3/2/1911/10  12 Jan 1911

Contents:
Frank of 32 Chatham Place, Brighton, carpenter employed by the LB&SC Railway Co; 59; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes

FUNNELL  COR/3/2/1911/11  21 Jan 1911

Contents:
daughter of William Funnell of 54 Hanover Street, Brighton, general labourer; 3 weeks; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with her parents; accidental suffocation

WOODS  COR/3/2/1911/12  24 Jan 1911

Contents:
Frederick William of 124 Hollingbury Park Avenue, Brighton, son of Christopher Woods, traveller; 17; suddenly, appendicitis; natural causes

WARTON  COR/3/2/1911/13  25 Jan 1911

Contents:
Annie Percival of 31 Coventry Street, Brighton, wife of John William Warton, gardener; 48; found dead, heart disease; natural causes

REEVES  COR/3/2/1911/14  26 Jan 1911

Contents:
Louisa Jane of 95 Chester Terrace, Brighton, spinster; 64; suddenly, cardiac syncope due to congestion of the lungs; natural causes

CLEVELAND  COR/3/2/1911/15  26 Jan 1911

Contents:
Caroline of 5 Hamilton Road, Brighton, wife of Albert Cleveland, porter; 57; suddenly, syncope caused by acute bronchitis; natural causes. For warrant see 14 above

PIERCE  COR/3/2/1911/16  26 Jan 1911

Contents:
Marchant of 46 George Street, Brighton, coal merchant; 74; suddenly, cardiac syncope caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 14 above

ROBINSON  COR/3/2/1911/17  27 Jan 1911

Contents:
Phoebe Harriet of 16 Franklin Road, Brighton, spinster, of independent means; 55; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

CALVO  COR/3/2/1911/18  30 Jan 1911

Contents:
son of John Calvo of 5 Cambridge Street, Brighton, railway watchman; 3 weeks; suffocated whilst sleeping with his parents; accidental suffocation

DONOVAN  COR/3/2/1911/19  3 Feb 1911

Contents:
Johannah of 28 Toronto Terrace, Brighton, wife of Michael Donovan, gardener; 71; suddenly, syncope caused by chronic bronchitis; natural causes

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1911/20  4 Feb 1911

Contents:
female child; newly born; at 10 Vine Place, Brighton; found dead; born dead

CARTER  COR/3/2/1911/21  4 Feb 1911

Contents:
Herbert Percy of 12 Ashton Street, Brighton, son of George Herbert Carter, carman; 14 months; suddenly, convulsive fit during dentition; natural causes. For warrant see 20 above

FELL  COR/3/2/1911/22  8 Feb 1911

Contents:
Dorothy Stephilie, daughter of Flora Fell of 31 Dean Street, Brighton, domestic servant; 1; suddenly, convulsive fit caused by acute bronchitis; natural causes

BROOKER  COR/3/2/1911/23  14 Feb 1911

Contents:
Phyllis May of 59 Elder Street, Brighton, daughter of Harry Brooker, butcher (journeyman); 2; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes

LANE  COR/3/2/1911/24  15 Feb 1911

Contents:
Edward Richard, son of Percy Edward Lane of 91 Whippingham Road, Brighton, house painter; 1 month; heart failure caused by malnutrition accelerated by a cold

UPTON  COR/3/2/1911/25  15 Feb 1911

Contents:
Jesse of 74 Park Crescent Road, Brighton, old age pensioner; 76; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. For warrant see 24 above

UPTON  COR/3/2/1911/26  18 Feb 1911

Contents:
Frederick Cyril Herbert of 18 Surrey Street, Shoreham, Sussex, son of Frederick Upton, labourer; 3; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Brighton; shock and severe scalds caused at [home] on 14 Feb; accidental death

STENNING  COR/3/2/1911/27  18 Feb 1911

Contents:
Walter of Yew Tree Cottage, South Lancing, Sussex, market gardener's labourer; 15; at Sussex County Hospital, Brighton; asphyxia caused by tetanus following a wound caused whilst using a digging fork at Lancing on 27 Jan; accidental death

HOLLMAN  COR/3/2/1911/28  20 Feb 1911

Contents:
James, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, former fisherman; 56; heart failure and emphysema of the lungs, death accelerated by fracture of his left thigh bone caused by a fall on 13 Apr 1910; accidental death

SIMMONDS  COR/3/2/1911/29  20 Feb 1911

Contents:
William of 21 Montpelier Street, Brighton, builder (master); 68; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck, no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

KEEN  COR/3/2/1911/30  21 Feb 1911

Contents:
Susannah of 1 Meeting House Lane, Brighton, widow of William Keen, house decorator (master); 91; suddenly, heart failure caused by senile atrophy; natural causes;

SHORT  COR/3/2/1911/31  23 Feb 1911

Contents:
son of William Short of 12 Mafeking Road, Brighton, railway labourer; 4 weeks; suddenly, bronchitis and an enlarged thymus gland; natural causes;

MILLERICK  COR/3/2/1911/32  24 Feb 1911

Contents:
William Thomas of 41 Franklin Street, Brighton, general labourer; at the Level Police Station, Brighton; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes;

NOYES  COR/3/2/1911/33  27 Feb 1911

Contents:
Caroline Rosekrans of 26 Bedford Square; Brighton, wife of Daniel James Noyes, of independent means; 63; found dead; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

WEBBER  COR/3/2/1911/34  27 Feb 1911

Contents:
Jane of 3 Jew Street, Brighton, charwoman, wife of Thomas Webber, commercial porter; 50; suddenly, chronic bronchitis and pleurisy; natural causes. For warrant see COR/3/2/1911/33

SWALL  COR/3/2/1911/35  1 Mar 1911

Contents:
William of 41 Richmond Buildings, Brighton, house painter and paper hanger; 49; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; heart failure caused by emphysema and inflammation of the lungs; natural causes

JARVIS  COR/3/2/1911/36  6 Mar 1911

Contents:
daughter of Walter Jarvis of 152 Upper Lewes Road, Brighton, clerk; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with her parents; accidental suffocation

CLAXTON  COR/3/2/1911/37  10 Mar 1911

Contents:
Eliza Jane of 18 Castle Street, Brighton, widow of William Claxton, fish salesman; 52; suddenly, rupture of the intestines caused by a cancerous growth; natural causes

NAPIER  COR/3/2/1911/38  14 Mar 1911

Contents:
Ann of 5 Eastern Road, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 73; found dead in bed, suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes

SURTEES  COR/3/2/1911/39  15 Mar 1911

Contents:
John Green of 62 Carlyle Street, Brighton, of independent means; 81; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; paralysis caused by softening of the brain

JENNER  COR/3/2/1911/40  15 Mar 1911

Contents:
John of Brighton Workhouse, cabman; 62; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; suddenly, a clot of blood in the pulmonary artery caused by old pericarditis; natural causes

GREENFIELD  COR/3/2/1911/41  20 Mar 1911

Contents:
George Arthur,, son of Percy Greenfield of 48 Bernard Road, Brighton, butcher (journeyman); 9 months; suddenly, convulsive fit caused by dentition and pneumonia; natural causes

JOHNSON  COR/3/2/1911/42  22 Mar 1911

Contents:
Harold Green of 36 Larges Street, Derby, chemist; 27; at 40 Russell Street, Brighton; killed himself by swallowing chloral, no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

ROUTLEDGE  COR/3/2/1911/43  23 Mar 1911

Contents:
Archibald of 54 Roedale Road, Brighton, builder's labourer; 49; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by his having fallen from a scaffold erected in the Reference Room at the Public Library; accidental death

CLEMENT  COR/3/2/1911/44  27 Mar 1911

Contents:
Thomas Arthur of 2 Kew Street, Brighton, fishmonger; 26; suddenly, heart failure caused by consumption; natural causes

DAWKINS  COR/3/2/1911/45  28 Mar 1911

Contents:
George Henry of 11 Ladysmith Road, Brighton, son of Frederick Dawkins, tram driver; 3; meningitis caused by a fall at [home] on 28 Jan; accidental death

HILL  COR/3/2/1911/46  31 Mar 1911

Contents:
John of 65 Newmarket Road, Brighton, son of Edward Henry Hill, general labourer; 21 months; suddenly, bronchial pneumonia; natural causes

TOWNSEND  COR/3/2/1911/47  3 Apr 1911

Contents:
Emma Mary of 19 Russell Square, Brighton, widow of Dean Townsend, of independent means; ?76; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

BRADFORD  COR/3/2/1911/48  4 Apr 1911

Contents:
Emily Sarah of 14 Ditchling Road, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 61; found dead, syncope caused by an abscess pressing on the heart; natural causes

SOUTHBY  COR/3/2/1911/49  4 Apr 1911

Contents:
Millie of 113 Loder Road; 37; suffocation whilst under the influence of alcohol; suffocation. For warrant see 48 above

JOHNSON  COR/3/2/1911/50  8 Apr 1911

Contents:
Elizabeth of 6 Percy Alms Houses, Lewes Road, Brighton, widow; 78; found dead, suffocation during an outbreak of fire in the upper room of said almshouse, no evidence as to its cause; accidental death

HUTSON  COR/3/2/1911/51  11 Apr 1911

Contents:
Charles of 4 Bedford Buildings, Brighton, pork butchers' shop manager; 56; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

LESTER  COR/3/2/1911/52  12 Apr 1911

Contents:
Florence Elizabeth of 23 Chatsworth Road, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 36; killed herself by cutting her throat with a razor whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

MEEKHAM  COR/3/2/1911/53  15 Apr 1911

Contents:
Annie of 1 Boyces Street, Brighton, wife of Harry Meekham, coachman; 53; suddenly, syncope caused by liver and kidney disease; natural causes. For warrant see 54 below

WEBBER  COR/3/2/1911/54  15 Apr 1911

Contents:
Thomas Edgar of 13 Spring Gardens, Brighton, photographer; 51; suddenly, syncope caused by cancer of the gullet; natural causes

BEST  COR/3/2/1911/55  18 Apr 1911

Contents:
son of John Albert Best of 2 Sun Street, Brighton, carter; 5 hours; exhaustion at birth; natural causes. For warrant see 56 below

DAVIS  COR/3/2/1911/56  18 Apr 1911

Contents:
Mary Alice of 10 Woburn Place, Brighton, married woman, husband an inmate of Haywards Heath Asylum; 51; found dead, exhaustion caused by cancer of the stomach and chronic Bright's disease; natural causes

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1911/57  18 Apr 1911

Contents:
male child; newly born; on the sea beach near the Palace Pier, Brighton; found dead. For warrant see 56 above

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1911/58-80  Apr 1911 - Jun 1911

VALLER  COR/3/2/1911/81  16 Jun 1911

Contents:
Alexander of 40 Islingword Street, Brighton, general labourer; 57; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

LAKER  COR/3/2/1911/82  19 Jun 1911

Contents:
William of 20 Eastern Road Brighton, fish hawker; 69; suddenly, septic pneumonia following rupture of the bladder and peritonitis; natural causes

HALLS  COR/3/2/1911/83  26 Jun 1911

Contents:
Alice Rose of 4 Huxley Street, Queens Park Estate, London W, domestic general servant; 23; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton; bronchial pneumonia following severe burns caused by deceased having set fire to her clothing on 21 Apr at 9 Brunswick Terrace, Hove; accidental death

KERN  COR/3/2/1911/84  28 Jun 1911

Contents:
Mary Ann of 13 Montpelier Place, Brighton, widow, of independent means; 84; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by deceased having been [knocked] down by a motor car driven by Albert Victor Reeves in Montpelier Road; accidental death

STONE  COR/3/2/1911/85  29 Jun 1911

Contents:
Martha of 13 Lewes Street, Brighton, widow of William Thomas Stone; 69; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

STEER  COR/3/2/1911/86  4 Jul 1911

Contents:
John of 51 Russell Street, Brighton, licensed victualler; 74; killed himself by cutting his throat with a razor whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

CRICKETT  COR/3/2/1911/87  5 Jul 1911

Contents:
Tom Shelton of 107 Marine Parade, Brighton, caretaker; 48; heart failure caused by chronic alcoholism and want of proper food; chronic alcoholism

ADAMS  COR/3/2/1911/88  5 Jul 1911

Contents:
Elizabeth, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, widow; 79; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; shock and fracture of the thigh caused by a fall on 4 Jun in the grounds of the Workhouse

TIDEY  COR/3/2/1911/89  11 Jul 1911

Contents:
William Thomas of 22 Crescent Road, Brighton, laundry proprietor; 59; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by deceased having fallen from his van near Moulsecoomb Arches in Lewes Road on 3 Jul; accidental death

DICK-MELBOURNE  COR/3/2/1911/90  12 Jul 1911

Contents:
Sarah Jane of 11 Bedford Place, Brighton, widow of Charles Sydney Dick-Melbourne, of independent means; 64; suddenly, heart failure caused by cancer of the stomach; natural causes

TURNER  COR/3/2/1911/91  12 Jul 1911

Contents:
Amos of 56 Stanley Street, Brighton, van driver employed by the LB&SC Railway Co; 56; at Tamplins Stores, Albion Street; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 90 above

SMITH  COR/3/2/1911/92  15 Jul 1911

Contents:
John of 9 Sussex Terrace, Brighton, street musician; 50; suddenly, meningitis; natural causes

HOOKEY  COR/3/2/1911/93  20 Jul 1911

Contents:
Annie Georgina of 18 Western Street, Brighton, wife of Arthur Hookey, publican; 63; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

EDMONDS  COR/3/2/1911/94  27 Jul 1911

Contents:
Ernest William of 19 Rydale Forest Hill Road, West Dulwich [London], blouse cutter; 18; in the sea opposite West Street, Brighton; found drowned; 22 Jul and by adjournment on 27 Jul 1911. No warrant

HOLLOWAY  COR/3/2/1911/95  24 Jul 1911

Contents:
John Leslie of 35 Ivory Place, Brighton, son of Hettie Holloway, general servant; 8; in the sea near the groyne on the east side of the Palace Pier; found drowned

HOLLIDAY  COR/3/2/1911/96  26 Jul 1911

Contents:
Stephen, son of William Holliday of 39 Cambridge Street, Brighton, stoker; 4 days; suddenly, syncope caused by malformation of the heart; natural causes

BOWLES  COR/3/2/1911/97  28 Jul 1911

Contents:
Reginald Ernest of Station Road, Portslade, Sussex, son of George Bowles, mariner (master); 3; whilst being conveyed in a motor car from Southwick to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock caused by severe injuries to the throat caused by deceased having been struck by a steam roundabout the property of Charity Smith, in Southwick, Sussex; accidental death

TERRY  COR/3/2/1911/98  29 Jul 1911

Contents:
Stephen of 4 Gerard Street, Brighton, wagon builder; 48; in Gloucester Place; haemorrhage caused by severe internal injuries the result of his having been knocked down by a motor fire escape driven by Louis Lacroix (superintendent in the Borough Police Fire Brigade) in Gloucester Place

MAGUIRE  COR/3/2/1911/99  29 Jul 1911

Contents:
Michael of 9 Brading Road, Brighton, pedlar; 91; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; shock and severe injuries caused by deceased having been knocked down by a taxi cab driven by George Surgey in Park Street on 22 Jul; accidental death

YOUNG  COR/3/2/1911/100  2 Aug 1911

Contents:
Joan, twin daughter of William Young of 43 Argyle Road, Brighton, general labourer; newly born; premature birth and excessive secretion in the lung; natural causes. Inquisition only, for documentation see 101 below

YOUNG  COR/3/2/1911/101  2 Aug 1911

Contents:
Mary, twin daughter of William Young of 43 Argyle Road, Brighton, general labourer; newly born; insufficient expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes

KING  COR/3/2/1911/102  4 Aug 1911

Contents:
Thomas of 183 Havelock Road, Brighton, retired civil servant; 56; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes. For warrant see 103 below

AVIS  COR/3/2/1911/103  4 Aug 1911

Contents:
John Henry of 60 Hanover Street, Brighton, cork cutter; 26; at 32 Baker Street; haemorrhage from advanced lung disease; natural causes

MOUILLOT  COR/3/2/1911/104  5 Aug 1911

Contents:
Frederick Charles Arthur of 'White Thorns', Haslemere, Surrey, theatrical proprietor; 47; at the Royal Albion Hotel, Brighton; heart failure due to fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

COLDWELL  COR/3/2/1911/105  8 Aug 1911

Contents:
Thomas of 12 Lewes Crescent, Brighton, cab proprietor; 62; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; from the effects of swallowing hydrochloric acid (self-administered) at [home] whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. For warrant see 106 below

CARR  COR/3/2/1911/106  8 Aug 1911

Contents:
Louisa of 2 Gloucester Terrace, Brighton, single woman, charwoman; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

KIRBY  COR/3/2/1911/107  11 Aug 1911

Contents:
William George of 58 Park Street, Brighton, farrier; 33; suddenly, heart failure due to dilatation of the heart; natural causes

HILLS  COR/3/2/1911/108  12 Aug 1911

Contents:
Ernest Rowland of 22 Roedale Road, Brighton, son of Ernest Herbert Hills, carpenter; 4; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children; shock caused by burns the result of deceased having set fire to his clothing; accidental death

SKEET  COR/3/2/1911/109  16 Aug 1911

Contents:
Frank Arthur of 23 Regent Street, Brighton, errand boy, son of Charles Frederick Skeet, draper's porter; 15; drowned whilst bathing in the sea on the east end of the Palace Pier; accidental death

SALTMARSH  COR/3/2/1911/110  23 Aug 1911

Contents:
Edward of 69 Albion Street, Brighton, painter; 77; syncope following shock and fracture of the thigh caused by deceased having fallen in Richmond Place on 16 Jul; accidental death

GREEN  COR/3/2/1911/111  25 Aug 1911

Contents:
son of Albert Green of 34 Park Crescent, Brighton, electroplater; newly born; imperfect expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes

STRETTON  COR/3/2/1911/112  26 Aug 1911

Contents:
Leonard Edward George, son of Louis Leonard Stretton of 13 Seymore Place, Portland Square, London, draper's assistant; 3 months; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock caused by concussion of the brain the result of deceased having fallen out of bed at 64 Bentham Road, Brighton

BALCHIN  COR/3/2/1911/113  29 Aug 1911

Contents:
Harriett of 43 Richmond Road, Brighton, wife of William Charles Balchin, school attendance officer; 58; suddenly, heart failure due to fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

KING  COR/3/2/1911/114  30 Aug 1911

Contents:
Emma of 38 Warwick Street, Brighton,wife of Alfred King, cab proprietor; 44; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following fracture of the spine, insufficient evidence as to its cause; open verdict

LEE  COR/3/2/1911/115  1 Sep 1911

Contents:
Elizabeth of 9 Tichborne Street, Brighton, widow of Harry Lee, fish hawker; 49; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

EDMONDSON  COR/3/2/1911/116  4 Sep 1911

Contents:
William George, son of William Edmondson of 2 Hollingdean Road, Brighton, private in the RAMC; 3 months; rupture of the bowel; natural causes

PHILLIPS  COR/3/2/1911/117  5 Sep 1911

Contents:
Elizabeth of 17 Grand Parade, Brighton, widow of Thomas Phillips, corn merchant; 62; shock following severe burns caused by deceased having set fire to her clothing on 26 Aug; accidental death

BOOKER  COR/3/2/1911/118  7 Sep 1911

Contents:
Julia of 113 Whippingham Road, Brighton, of independent means; widow of Noah Booker; 75; suddenly, heart failure caused by a fatty heart; natural causes

HORROCKS  COR/3/2/1911/119  9 Sep 1911

Contents:
William of 17 Devonshire Street, Brighton, sailmaker; 58; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes

MEPHAM  COR/3/2/1911/120  11 Sep 1911

Contents:
Joseph of 52 Grand Parade, Brighton, cycle maker; 37; drowned whilst bathing in the sea opposite Middle Street; [accidental death]

BROWN  COR/3/2/1911/121  13 Sep 1911

Contents:
Hilda Millicent Rose, daughter of Robert Ambrose Brown of 1 Carlyle Street, Brighton, boilermaker; 3 months; suddenly, convulsive fit; natural causes

WICKS  COR/3/2/1911/122  15 Sep 1911

Contents:
Mary Ann of 11 Redcross Street, Brighton, widow of James Legg, painter's overseer; 66; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

LOFTUS  COR/3/2/1911/123  18 Sep 1911

Contents:
Joseph of 10 High Street, Brighton, general labourer; 49; suddenly, internal haemorrhage caused by cirrhosis of the liver; natural causes

DEAN  COR/3/2/1911/124  19 Sep 1911

Contents:
George of 5 May Road, Brighton, former fisherman; 82; fracture of the neck caused by a fall at [home]; accidental death

WOOLVEN  COR/3/2/1911/125  19 Sep 1911

Contents:
Hannah of 10 Carlton Court, Brighton, wife of Henry Woolven, fish porter; 64; suddenly, heart failure following chronic pleurisy; natural causes

BATEMAN  COR/3/2/1911/126  20 Sep 1911

Contents:
Mary Louisa Gertrude of 4 Eaton Place, Brighton, wife of James Albert Bateman, postman; 35; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

MITCHELL  COR/3/2/1911/127  21 Sep 1911

Contents:
Louisa of 36 Montreal Road, Brighton, widow of William Mitchell, stableman; 78; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes

REDHOUSE  COR/3/2/1911/128  22 Sep 1911

Contents:
Percy Walter, son of Charles Henry Redhouse of 53 Scotland Street, Brighton, wood sawyer; 18 months; suddenly, syncope caused by obstruction of the bowels; natural causes

COLLINS  COR/3/2/1911/129  25 Sep 1911

Contents:
Rosie Florence Gwendoline, daughter of Thomas Collins of 11a Guildford Street, Brighton, cycle maker; 7 weeks; suddenly, exhaustion caused by inflammation of the bowels, the result of improper feeding; natural causes

WRIGHT  COR/3/2/1911/130  2 Oct 1911

Contents:
Alfred of 25 Essex Street, Brighton, fisherman; 39; drowned in the sea by the capsizing of a fishing boat off the Palace Pier; [accidental death]

FULKER  COR/3/2/1911/131  4 Oct 1911

Contents:
Susannah Mary of 58 William Street, Brighton, wife of James Fulker, labourer; 51; suddenly, heart failure caused by extensive lung disease

ROOK  COR/3/2/1911/132  7 Oct 1911

Contents:
Mary Ann of 34 Viaduct Road, Brighton, wife of Henry Rook, railway porter; 63; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by deceased having thrown herself from a window at [home] whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

THORNE  COR/3/2/1911/133  9 Oct 1911

Contents:
Frederick of 34 Belgrave Street, Brighton, hairdresser; 59; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

SAUNDERS  COR/3/2/1911/134  9 Oct 1911

Contents:
Florence Jane, daughter of George Saunders of 26 Nelson Row, Brighton, boatman; 5 months; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with her parents; accidental suffocation. For warrant see 133 above

SALVAGE  COR/3/2/1911/135  11 Oct 1911

Contents:
William of 20 Chapel Street, Brighton, son of John Albert Salvage, chimney sweep; 11; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe internal injuries caused by his having fallen whilst riding on a bar coupling a wagon to a motor lorry driven by William Thomas Simmons in Upper Bedford Street; accidental death

WINGHAM  COR/3/2/1911/136  14 Oct 1911

Contents:
Kate, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, wife of Thomas Wingham, former boatman; 72; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by deceased having fallen down the stairs at the Workhouse; accidental death

APPS  COR/3/2/1911/137  16 Oct 1911

Contents:
William John of 'Silverdale', Harrington Villas, Brighton, grocer; 55; in a stable at the rear of 'Silverdale'; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

SMITH  COR/3/2/1911/138  18 Oct 1911

Contents:
Leonard Cecil, son of John Smith of 36 Redvers Street, Brighton, general labourer; 9 months; suddenly, bronchial pneumonia; natural causes

HOLMES  COR/3/2/1911/139  19 Oct 1911

Contents:
son of Joseph Gerreard Holmes, general labourer; 4 days; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his parents; accidental suffocation

SNELLING  COR/3/2/1911/140  20 Oct 1911

Contents:
Louis of 4 Pavilion Street, Brighton, foreman brush maker; 50; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; suddenly, uraemic coma following liver and kidney disease aggravated by chronic alcoholism; natural causes

WILLIAMS  COR/3/2/1911/141  23 Oct 1911

Contents:
Edith Hannah of Fern Cottage, Highfield, Headington near Oxford, spinster, cook housekeeper (domestic); 40; in the sea opposite Sussex Square, Brighton; found drowned

BICKLEY  COR/3/2/1911/142  26 Oct 1911

Contents:
Thomas of 7 Howard Road, Brighton, former tailor; 74; killed himself by drowning himself in a bath whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

ALCOCK  COR/3/2/1911/143  26 Oct 1911

Contents:
Arthur Reginald of 59 Hamilton Road, Brighton, son of Constance Helena Alcock, singlewoman, and Rupert Springfield, with whom the mother co-habits; 6 weeks; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his parents; accidental suffocation. For warrant see 142 above

KEARNS  COR/3/2/1911/144  30 Oct 1911

Contents:
Ann Norah of 27 Nelson Place, Brighton, wife of James Kearns, general labourer; 37; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm; natural causes

RUSTIGINE  COR/3/2/1911/145  30 Oct 1911

Contents:
Frank William, son of Luke Rustigine of 52 Elder Row, Brighton, grinder at Brighton Railway Works; 3 months; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his parents; accidental suffocation. For warrant see 144 above

JESSETT  COR/3/2/1911/146  31 Oct 1911

Contents:
Montague George of 'Craiglands', Bycullah Park, Enfield, Middlesex, of independent means; 44; at the Royal Albion Hotel, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by double pneumonia; natural causes

GRAHAM  COR/3/2/1911/147  2 Nov 1911

Contents:
George of Brighton Workhouse, shoemaker; 80; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes. For warrant see 148 below

ALLEN  COR/3/2/1911/148  2 Nov 1911

Contents:
James of Brighton Workhouse, general labourer; 71; suddenly, heart failure caused by valvular disease of the heart and acute pleurisy; natural causes

TAYLOR  COR/3/2/1911/149  6 Nov 1911

Contents:
William Albert son of James Henry Taylor of 7 Claremont Place, Brighton, coal stacker with the LB&SC Railway Co; 24 days; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his parents, James Henry Taylor and Annie Taylor; suffocation

WESTON  COR/3/2/1911/150  7 Nov 1911

Contents:
Sturt Peel of 34 Hollingbury Park Avenue, Brighton, retired autioneer; 60; suddenly, rupture of the heart following heart failure due to fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

NAPPER  COR/3/2/1911/151  8 Nov 1911

Contents:
Mary of 23 Islingword Street, Brighton, singlewoman, domestic servant, daughter of Charles Napper, house painter; 22; suddenly, suffocation caused by the rupture of a pulmonary artery; natural causes

STEPNEY  COR/3/2/1911/152  8 Nov 1911

Contents:
son of Lilian Stepney, general servant (domestic), spinster; at 21 Tivoli Crescent, Brighton; found dead; born dead. For warrant see 151 above

WRIGHT  COR/3/2/1911/153  9 Nov 1911

Contents:
Henry Robert of 3 Mighell Street, Brighton, carriage builder; 53; at 10 Dorset Street; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

SLOMAN  COR/3/2/1911/154  9 Nov 1911

Contents:
Robert Mortimer [of no fixed abode], of independent means; 30; at the New Ship Hotel, Brighton; killed himself by cutting his throat with a razor, no evidence as to state of mind; suicide. For warrant see 153 above

VIRGO  COR/3/2/1911/155  13 Nov 1911

Contents:
Norah Kathleen Brighton, daughter of George William Virgo of 191 Queens Park Road, blacksmith; 3 months; suddenly, convulsive fit following congestion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 156 below

BURGESS  COR/3/2/1911/156  13 Nov 1911

Contents:
Mary Elizabeth of 20 Mafeking Road, Brighton, daughter of Louis Albert Burgess, striker at Brighton Railway Works; 1 month; suddenly, convulsive fit following congestion of the lungs; natural causes

BROOK  COR/3/2/1911/157  15 Nov 1911

Contents:
Stephen of 9 Montpelier Place, Brighton, retired dairyman; 78; suddenly, cardiac syncope following on distention of the stomach; natural causes

GLYDE  COR/3/2/1911/158  16 Nov 1911

Contents:
Alfred Albert James, son of Alfred Richard Glyde, general labourer of 37 Ewhurst Road, Brighton; 9 weeks; suddenly, pleurisy and pneumonia; natural causes

KLANWELL  COR/3/2/1911/159  20 Nov 1911

Contents:
Marie of 26 Prestonville Road, Brighton, widow; 58; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by a fall in Prestonville Road; accidental death

FOX  COR/3/2/1911/160  22 Nov 1911

Contents:
George Henry of 6a Victory Square, Camberwell, London, insurance agent; 38; in the sea off the Paston Place groyne, killed himself by drowning himself whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1911/161  29 Nov 1911

Contents:
male person; in the sea east of the Banjo Groyne, Brighton; [found drowned]; andmale person; in a lavatory at Brighton Central Railway Station; killed himself by swallowing hydrochloric acid; no evidence as to state of mind; suicide; 22 Nov and by adjournment on 29 Nov 1911The warrant refers to both inquests; the inquisition refers to the second inquest only

DUMBRELL  COR/3/2/1911/162  6 Dec 1911

Contents:
Florence Elsie of 'Ivy Cottage', Ashurst near Steyning, Sussex; general servant (domestic); 24; killed herself by drowning herself in the sea opposite Wyndham Street, Brighton, whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

CORNER  COR/3/2/1911/163  8 Dec 1911

Contents:
Helen Gertrude, daughter of Richard Corner of 26 Russell Street, Brighton, electrician; 2 months; suddenly, convulsive fit; natural causes

NOVIS  COR/3/2/1911/164  9 Dec 1911

Contents:
daughter of Stanton Novis of 8 Sussex Street, Brighton, milkman (journeyman); 1 day; insufficient expansion of the lungs and premature birth; natural causes

HEASMAN  COR/3/2/1911/165  11 Dec 1911

Contents:
William of 33 Richmond Road, Brighton, retired butcher; 69; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

TAPPIN  COR/3/2/1911/166  11 Dec 1911

Contents:
Alice Maud of 81 Church Street, Brighton, widow, co-habiting with William Howell, house painter; 53; suddenly, haemorrhage of the stomach caused by disease of the liver; natural causes. For warrant see 165 above

TREVERS  COR/3/2/1911/167  18 Dec 1911

Contents:
Stuart Charles of 4 Powis Grove, Brighton, upholsterer's assistant; 19; in Clifton Hill; killed himself by shooting himself with a revolver; no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

MUNNERY  COR/3/2/1911/168  19 Dec 1911

Contents:
Arthur Ernest of 12 Newark Place, Brighton, bricklayer; 33; at 57 Kings Road; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by a fall from a roof at 57 Kings Road; accidental death

SANDERSON  COR/3/2/1911/169  20 Dec 1911

Contents:
Penelope Kay of 3 Harrington Villas, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 39; an overdose of veronal self-administered for the purpose of procuring sleep; misadventure

HOWELL  COR/3/2/1911/170  21 Dec 1911

Contents:
William, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, painter; 50; killed himself by cutting his throat with a razor; no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

CAPLIN  COR/3/2/1911/171  23 Dec 1911

Contents:
Arthur of 21 Park Place, Brighton, horse-cab driver; 65; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by a fall from a cab driven by him in North Street; accidental death

TUCKER  COR/3/2/1911/172  27 Dec 1911

Contents:
Eliza of 18 Bates Road, Brighton, wife of Tom Tucker, carpenter; 70; killed herself by cutting her throat with a knife whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. For warrant see 173 below

WOODS  COR/3/2/1911/173  27 Dec 1911

Contents:
Elizabeth of 'Randalls', Rotherfield, Sussex, spinster of independent means; 76; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; suddenly, fatty disease of the heart; natural causes

WOOD  COR/3/2/1911/174  27 Dec 1911

Contents:
Sarah Ann of 100 Chester Terrace, Brighton, wife of William Wood, retired gardener; 76; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 173 above

BROWN  COR/3/2/1911/175  27 Dec 1911

Contents:
James of 'Shepherd's Hut', Bear Road, Brighton, of independent means; 62; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes. For warrant see 173 above

INQUESTS OF 1912  COR/3/2/1912  1912

HALLAM  COR/3/2/1912/1  1 Jan 1912

Contents:
Alice May of 33 North Road, Brighton, daughter of Frederick Hallam, hotel porter; 15; Royal Sussex County Hospital; effects of inhaling coal gas whilst asleep; misadventure

REDMAN  COR/3/2/1912/2  2 Jan 1912

Contents:
Edith of 32 Lincoln Street, Brighton, widow of Henry James Redman, bricklayer; 92; shock the result of a fall at [home]; accidental death. For warrant see 3 below

WEIR  COR/3/2/1912/3  2 Jan 1912

Contents:
John of 20 John Street, Brighton, wardrobe dealer; 65; suddenly, suffocation caused by a sudden enlargement of an aneurysm of the aorta

RIGOZZI  COR/3/2/1912/4  3 Jan 1912

Contents:
son of Savino Rigozzi of 6 Wyndham Street, Brighton, hotel waiter; 3 days; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his parents; accidental death

FITZPATRICK  COR/3/2/1912/5  8 Jan 1912

Contents:
Richard William of The Rectory, Working, Basingstoke, Lieutenant, 150th Battery, RFA; 27; at the Preston Barracks; killed himself by shooting himself with a gun whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

GORRINGE  COR/3/2/1912/6  8 Jan 1912

Contents:
Sydney Richard of 85 Hythe Road, Brighton, son of Albert James Gorringe, motor body builder; 5; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by being knocked down by a motor car driven by Charles Frederick Jackson at the junction of Preston Drive and Ditchling Road; accidental death

HESSEY  COR/3/2/1912/7  13 Jan 1912

Contents:
Charles of 56 Lavender Street, Brighton (lodger), general labourer; 56; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes

MARCH  COR/3/2/1912/8  16 Jan 1912

Contents:
Jesse of 62 Elder Street, Brighton,, wife of Edgar March, general labourer; 59; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes

FILER  COR/3/2/1912/9  17 Jan 1912

Contents:
William of 6 Hendon Street, Brighton, cabman; 60; in Eaton Place; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes

COOPER  COR/3/2/1912/10  18 Jan 1912

Contents:
John of 28 Arnold Street, Brighton, son of Charles George Cooper, general labourer; 4; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; whilst under the influence of anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a surgical operation; misadventure

MOORE  COR/3/2/1912/11  22 Jan 1912

Contents:
Emily Ella of 88 Hogg House Road, Buxted, Sussex, wife of Albert Edward Moore, butler; 42; heart failure whilst under the influence of an anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a surgical operation; misadventure

MCNEILL  COR/3/2/1912/12  22 Jan 1912

Contents:
William of 195 Elm Grove, Brighton, army pensioner; 70; suddenly, cardiac syncope and congestion of the lungs; natural causes

LEWRY  COR/3/2/1912/13  22 Jan 1912

Contents:
[Louisa, unregistered] daughter of Dora Louisa Lewry of 20 St Pauls Street, Brighton, housemaid (domestic); 15 hours; at 67 Exeter Street; want of proper attention at birth and by adjournment on 22 Jan 1912. No warrant

HARVEY  COR/3/2/1912/14  23 Jan 1912

Contents:
William Albert, farm labourer; 27; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; heart failure caused by phosphorus poison self-administered at Patcham, Sussex whilst of unsound mind; suicide. No warrant

OGLIEVE  COR/3/2/1912/15  26 Jan 1912

Contents:
Mary Ann of 34 Tichborne Street, Brighton, wife of Frederick Alfred Oglieve, sign writer; 72; suddenly, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes

FORSTER  COR/3/2/1912/16  26 Jan 1912

Contents:
Mary Ann of 19 Edinburgh Road, Brighton, wife of George Frederick Forster, house painter; 65; suddenly, apoplexy; natural causes. For warrant see 15 above

SOAM  COR/3/2/1912/17  29 Jan 1912

Contents:
James of 26 Tidy Street, Brighton, builders yardman; 70; at 31 & 32 Marlborough Street, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure due to an enlargement of the heart and commencing pneumonia; natural causes

MORLING  COR/3/2/1912/18  1 Feb 1912

Contents:
Elizabeth of 1 Southover Street, Brighton, wife of Robert Nathaniel Morling, fish hawker; 51; suddenly; acute congestion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 19 below

BURT  COR/3/2/1912/19  1 Feb 1912

Contents:
George of 8 Carlton Place, Brighton, tinker; about 34; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes

WHITE  COR/3/2/1912/20  3 Feb 1912

Contents:
of 40 Exeter Street, Brighton, widow of William Henry White, coachman; 85; suddenly, cardiac syncope; natural causes

SAUNDERS  COR/3/2/1912/21  6 Feb 1912

Contents:
Frank of 50 Kemp Street, Brighton, platelayer (LB&SC Railway); 32; pneumonia supervening a fracture of the ribs caused by being knocked down by an engine driven by William Green on the London Brighton & South Coast Railway between Hove and Preston Park station; accidental death

SMITH  COR/3/2/1912/22  7 Feb 1912

Contents:
Mary Cecilia, daughter of Joseph Smith of 20 Crescent Road, Brighton, coach finisher; 3 months; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes

POULTER  COR/3/2/1912/23  8 Feb 1912

Contents:
Sarah Jane of 51 Crescent Road, Brighton, wife of Joseph Poulter, journeyman baker; 63; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute bronchitis and diarrhoea; natural causes

PRATT  COR/3/2/1912/24  9 Feb 1912

Contents:
Kate of 40 Bonchurch Road, Brighton, widow of Mark Pratt, harness maker; 55; suddenly, heart failure caused by bronchitis and incipient pneumonia; natural causes

OLD  COR/3/2/1912/25  15 Feb 1912

Contents:
Mary Hannah of 36 North Gardens, Brighton, widow of William Old, private coachman; 82; suddenly, syncope caused by inflammation of the lungs; natural causes

WEST  COR/3/2/1912/26  15 Feb 1912

Contents:
John of 13 Liverpool Street, Brighton, general labourer; 48; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute congestion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 25 above

AWCOCK  COR/3/2/1912/27  16 Feb 1912

Contents:
Emma Elizabeth of 12 Claremont Row, Brighton, wife of Edmund James Awcock, labourer; 54; suddenly, heart failure caused by advanced heart disease; natural causes

READ  COR/3/2/1912/28  17 Feb 1912

Contents:
Elizabeth Edith of 17 Gerard Street, Brighton, daughter of Alfred Read, travelling; 2; suddenly, convulsions and congestion of the brain and lungs; natural causes

HAWKRIDGE  COR/3/2/1912/29  19 Feb 1912

Contents:
Edith May of 11 East Street, Brighton, spinster, daughter of Robert Hawkridge, wig-maker; 46; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

SKIRRING  COR/3/2/1912/30  17 Feb 1912

Contents:
Annie Henrietta of 'Kingsville' 26 Regency Square, Brighton, widow of William Skirring, of independent means; 67; suddenly, blocked blood vessel in the brain; natural causes. For warrant see 29 above

PLANK  COR/3/2/1912/31  19 Feb 1912

Contents:
Albert Edward of 76 Islingword Street, Brighton, railway night-goods porter; 24; coal-gas poisoning caused by an escape of gas from a fractured gas service pipe laid in and under the roadway in Islingword Street [... In the jury's] 'opinion the product of water gas mixed with pure coal gas is very dangerous to a person inhaling it and we consider that the time has arrived when the limit of the percentage of water gas permitted to be so mixed with coal gas should be defined by Act of Parliament'; misadventure and by adjournment on 19 Feb 1912

FOSTER  COR/3/2/1912/32  20 Feb 1912

Contents:
Charlotte of 69 Islingword Street, Brighton, widow of Samuel Foster, labourer; 69; killed herself by swallowing hydrochloric acid whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

PORTER  COR/3/2/1912/33  20 Feb 1912

Contents:
Thomas Arthur of 45 Port Hall Road, Brighton, retired watchmaker and jeweller; 57; at the top of the steps leading from the station to Trafalgar Street; suddenly, syncope from old standing heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 32 above

KING  COR/3/2/1912/34  22 Feb 1912

Contents:
Mary Dail Portail of 33 Gloucester Street, Brighton, wife of John King, cellarman; 42; suddenly, syncope from old standing heart disease; natural causes

HARMER  COR/3/2/1912/35  23 Feb 1912

Contents:
Charlotte Anna of 32 Vine Street, Brighton, wife of John Harmer, stone sawyer; age unknown; suddenly, exhaustion following a cancerous growth in the intestines; natural causes

SHORT  COR/3/2/1912/36  24 Feb 1912

Contents:
[Eric, unregistered] son of Lilian Short of 6 North Gardens, Brighton; 13 days; suddenly, congenital syphilis; natural causes

LEVETT  COR/3/2/1912/37  24 Feb 1912

Contents:
Mary Ann of 2 Carlton Street, Brighton, widow of Richard Levett, fisherman; 71; in St James's Street; shock caused by fracture of the ribs and other injuries the result of having been knocked down by a motor omnibus driven by Arthur Edward Carter; accidental death. For warrant see 36 above

GRIFFIN  COR/3/2/1912/38  7 Mar 1912

Contents:
James of 24 Newhaven Street, Brighton, cab driver; 58; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

COOK  COR/3/2/1912/39  9 Mar 1912

Contents:
Fanny of 28 St Martin's Place, Brighton, widow of Edward Cook, stone mason; 61; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

VINE  COR/3/2/1912/40  19 Mar 1912

Contents:
Jonathan of 81 Gloucester Road, Brighton, master baker; 68; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. For warrant see 41 below

FISHER  COR/3/2/1912/41  13 Mar 1912

Contents:
Henry of the New Club, Brighton, of independent means; 62; killed himself by shooting himself with a revolver, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

BEHR  COR/3/2/1912/42  18 Mar 1912

Contents:
Harry of 17 Freehold Cottages, Brighton, son of Joseph John Behr, house painter; 13; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; toxaemia the result of injuries to the right leg caused by having been knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by Edmund Charles Catchpole in Lewes Road; accidental death

PACKHAM  COR/3/2/1912/43  22 Mar 1912

Contents:
Dorothy May, daughter of Charles Packham of 6 Whippingham Street, Brighton, police constable; 5 months; suddenly, congestion of the lungs; natural causes

BARNETT  COR/3/2/1912/44  25 Mar 1912

Contents:
Hyam of 18 Dorset Gardens, Brighton, of independent means; 79; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

LUTMAN  COR/3/2/1912/45  29 Mar 1912

Contents:
Sarah of 54 Bates Road, Brighton, widow of John Lutman, jeweller; 77; cerebral haemorrhage caused by a fall in the footway leading to 54 Bates Road; accidental death

BARROW  COR/3/2/1912/46  1 Apr 1912

Contents:
Herbert of 7 Little George Street, Brighton, stoker; 51; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia and pleurisy; natural causes

BALL  COR/3/2/1912/47  1 Apr 1912

Contents:
Charles of 15 Little George Street, Brighton, general labourer; 68; at the Preston and Brighton Cemetery; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute indigestion accelerated by congestion of the lungs and kidney disease; natural causes. For warrant see 46 above

HAYLOR  COR/3/2/1912/48  2 Apr 1912

Contents:
Ruth of 33 Caledonian Road, Brighton, spinster daughter of Benjamin Haylor, farmer; 79; suddenly, heart failure caused by bronchitis; natural causes

DEWEY  COR/3/2/1912/49  4 Apr 1912

Contents:
Ernest of 34 Nelson Place, Brighton, son of John Dewey, French polisher; 5; whilst being conveyed in a motor car to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock, fracture of the ribs and other injuries caused by being knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by Sydney Seamer in North Road; accidental death

DONALDSON  COR/3/2/1912/50  9 Apr 1912

Contents:
Daniel of 18 Montpelier Mews, Brighton, coachman; 62; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by an accidental fall at Montpelier Mews; accidental death

BURTON  COR/3/2/1912/51  10 Apr 1912

Contents:
Richard Hamilton, son of Richard Hamilton Burton of 21 Buckingham Street, Brighton, groom; 10 days; suddenly from acute pneumonia; natural causes

GRAHAM  COR/3/2/1912/52  11 Apr 1912

Contents:
Caroline of 26 Foundry Street, Brighton, wife of Charles Henry Graham, electrician; 70; suddenly, rupture of the heart; natural causes

HAYES  COR/3/2/1912/53  13 Apr 1912

Contents:
Rose Emily of 53 Approach Road, Victoria Park, London, wife of John William Hayes, corn dealer; 31; in Church Street close the South gate of Victoria Gardens; suddenly, rupture of a blood vessel on the lung; natural causes

LAW  COR/3/2/1912/54  18 Apr 1912

Contents:
Thomas Manley, inmate of Brighton Workhouse; 66; killed himself by strangulating himself with a neckerchief whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

GRIFFITHS  COR/3/2/1912/55  19 Apr 1912

Contents:
Ernest Jones of 8 Stafford Road, Brighton, chemist's assistant; 34; killed himself by swallowing prussic acid whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

JONES  COR/3/2/1912/56  19 Apr 1912

Contents:
Isabell of 59 Toronto Terrace, Brighton, wife of William Henry Jones; 59; suddenly, apoplexy; natural causes. For warrant see 55 above

CATTRALL  COR/3/2/1912/57  22 Apr 1912

Contents:
John Griffiths of 102 Hollingbury Park Avenue, Brighton, retired veterinary surgeon; 65; suddenly, asphyxia caused by an enlarged heart; natural causes

DAVIS  COR/3/2/1912/58  22 Apr 1912

Contents:
Albert Henry of 14 Kingsley Road, Brighton, medical nurse; 47; suddenly, heart failure caused by incipient pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 57 above

TILBURY  COR/3/2/1912/59  22 Apr 1912

Contents:
Sidney of White Horse Hotel, Fetter Lane, Holborn, London, publican; 47; suddenly, shock and haemorrhage caused by cirrhosis of the liver; natural causes. For warrant see 57 above

TESTER  COR/3/2/1912/60  25 Apr 1912

Contents:
Lilian Eliza of 68 Bernard Road, Brighton, wife of William Tester, gardener; 48; at the Brighton Workhouse; heart failure following exhaustion and self-neglect; natural causes

LAWRENCE  COR/3/2/1912/61  6 May 1912

Contents:
Henry of 1 Brunswick Terrace, Hove, bath-chairman; 71; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; congestion of the lungs following severe injuries caused by the diseased having been knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by William Edward Prince in the Kings Road; accidental death

CANNER  COR/3/2/1912/62  6 May 1912

Contents:
Elizabeth of 10 Priory Road, West Hampstead, London, wife of John Matthias Canner, retired clerk; 59; 11 Market Street, Brighton; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

ADLAM  COR/3/2/1912/63  6 May 1912

Contents:
Louisa of 16 Clarence Square, Brighton, spinster of independent means, daughter of James Adlam of independent means; 76; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 62 above

GOBLE  COR/3/2/1912/64  6 May 1912

Contents:
daughter of Martha Goble of 41 Albion Hill, Brighton, general servant (domestic); newly born; suffocation; manslaughter; 4 Apr and by adjournment 6 May 191 2Witness statements and inquisition in copy

SMITH  COR/3/2/1912/65  7 May 1912

Contents:
Jessie May of 50 Newmarket Road, Brighton, daughter of William Charles Smith, general labourer; 3; fracture of the skull caused by a fall from a window at [home]; accidental death

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1912/66  13 May 1912

Contents:
female child; on waste land in South Avenue; born dead

KINNELL  COR/3/2/1912/67  15 May 1912

Contents:
Walter of 35 Grenville Place, Brighton, retired rope merchant; 72; erysipelas and meningitis following a fall in Queens Road; accidental death

GEORGE  COR/3/2/1912/68  16 May 1912

Contents:
son of James George, blacksmith, of 25 Essex Place, Brighton; newly born; suddenly, asphyxia caused by an excess of fluid in the lungs; natural causes

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1912/69  17 May 1912

Contents:
male person; about 25; on the beach opposite the Fish Market, Brighton; found drowned

OHYE  COR/3/2/1912/70  23 May 1912

Contents:
Bertha Emily of 23 Sillwood Road, Brighton, domestic servant; 26; being with child died from the effects of a certain noxious ingredient commonly known as Hicra-picra [hiera picra] mixed with alcohol and self-administered with the intention of procuring her miscarriage; misadventure; 9 May and by adjournment on 23 May 1912

ANGARDE  COR/3/2/1912/71  23 May 1912

Contents:
Thomas of 7 North Place, Brighton, musician; 65; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; died from an overdose of Veronal self-administered for the purpose of procuring sleep; misadventure

ARCHER  COR/3/2/1912/72  May 1912

Contents:
Frederick of 36 Aber Street, West Derby Road, Liverpool, actor; 37; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

HEPPELL  COR/3/2/1912/73  28 May 1912

Contents:
Albert Huggins of 42 Osborne Road, Brighton, professional swimmer and diver; 44; at the West Pier, Brighton; died from fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by a fall from a platform on which he was performing on a bicycle; accidental death

CAPLIN  COR/3/2/1912/74  3 Jun 1912

Contents:
George of 4 Carlton Court, Brighton, general labourer; 52; at the Workhouse Infirmary; concussion of the brain and spinal cord caused by a fall at North Carlton Court; accidental death

HARDING  COR/3/2/1912/75  4 Jun 1912

Contents:
Ellen of 45 Carisbrooke Road, Brighton, wife of Henry Harding, bricklayer; 56; suddenly, cardiac syncope caused by heart disease; natural causes

VOWLES  COR/3/2/1912/76  10 Jun 1912

Contents:
Mildred Alice of 2 Artillery Street, Brighton, daughter of Henry Richard Vowles, blind street musician; 12; convulsive fit caused by acute indigestion; natural causes

SINDEN  COR/3/2/1912/77  11 Jun 1912

Contents:
George Henry Ralph, son of George William Sinden of 69 Sandown Road, Brighton, house painter; 21 months; fracture of the skull caused by an iron bath falling on the deceased at 13 Islingword Road, Brighton; accidental death

SHEPPARD  COR/3/2/1912/78  12 Jun 1912

Contents:
Herbert Frank of 24 Pelham Street, Brighton, plumber; 21; fracture of the skull caused by falling through a skylight at the Constitutional Club, 59 London Road, Brighton; accidental death

PIKE  COR/3/2/1912/79  13 Jun 1912

Contents:
William of 25 Essex Street, Brighton, son of Lizzie Pike, general servant (domestic); 8; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by being knocked down and run over by a horse and van driven by Albert Knight in Warwick Street; accidental death

COLE  COR/3/2/1912/80  17 Jun 1912

Contents:
Cornelius Robert of 16 Burlington Street, Brighton, jeweller's ticket writer; 65; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

CLIFTON  COR/3/2/1912/81  17 Jun 1912

Contents:
Albert Charles, son of Albert Joseph Clifton of 17 Ewhurst Road, Brighton, general labourer; newly born; suddenly, asphyxia caused by an enlarged thymus gland; natural causes. For warrant see 80 above

WALDEN  COR/3/2/1912/82  24 Jun 1912

Contents:
daughter of Amos Walden of 21 Edwin Place, Brighton, carter; newly born; suddenly, insufficient expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes

NAPPER  COR/3/2/1912/83  26 Jun 1912

Contents:
John William, son of Charles Napper of 34 Tichborne Street, Brighton, vanman; 2; at the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes

SCALES  COR/3/2/1912/84  26 Jun 1912

Contents:
Frances Ada of 68 Carlyle Street, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 71; at the Workhouse Infirmary; heart failure caused by exhaustion and aggravated by self-neglect

SMART  COR/3/2/1912/85  4 Jul 1912

Contents:
Frank Thomas of 12 Brigden Street, Brighton, baker's assistant; 18; killed himself by shooting himself with a revolver, no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

KENT  COR/3/2/1912/86  9 Jul 1912

Contents:
Elizabeth of 8 Marlborough Street, Brighton, spinster (cook domestic); 68; suddenly, heart failure following congestion of the lungs; natural causes

HEWINS  COR/3/2/1912/87  9 Jul 1912

Contents:
Harry of 14 Little East Street, Brighton, potman; 40; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; heart failure whilst under the influence of an anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a dental operation; misadventure

DAVIS  COR/3/2/1912/88  10 Jul 1912

Contents:
Rington, American citizen staying at the Old Ship Hotel, Brighton, gentleman of independent means; 54; killed himself by shooting himself with a revolver; suicide

STENNING  COR/3/2/1912/89  22 Jul 1912

Contents:
Albert Victor of 118 Hythe Road, Brighton, son of Alfred Stenning, bricklayer; 12; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; severe internal injuries causes by a collision with a car driven by Henry Thomas Barker on the Volks Electric Railway opposite the Chain Pier Restaurant, Madeira Road; accidental death

LENZ  COR/3/2/1912/90  29 Jul 1912

Contents:
Ann of 99 Wandsworth Bridge Road, Fulham, London, widow of William Lenz, upholsterer; 82; at 11 Cheapside, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

SMITH  COR/3/2/1912/91  27 Jul 1912

Contents:
Charles, inmate of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary, general labourer; 88; heart failure following diarrhoea and exhaustion caused by ptomaine poisoning

KING  COR/3/2/1912/92  1 Aug 1912

Contents:
Elizabeth of Brighton Workhouse, widow of William King, contractor; 86; at the Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; exhaustion following fracture of the left thigh bone caused by a fall; accidental death

HILL  COR/3/2/1912/93  2 Aug 1912

Contents:
Henry, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, formerly a waiter; 70; at 4 Old Shoreham Road, Brighton; shock following a fall in Old Shoreham Road; accidental death

COOPER  COR/3/2/1912/94  3 Aug 1912

Contents:
Arthur of 2 Roedale Road, Brighton, coal and wood merchant; 48; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by a fall from his van in Preston Drove; accidental death

AMOS  COR/3/2/1912/95  6 Aug 1912

Contents:
Thomas Kingston of no fixed abode, brewer; 50; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; clot of blood on the brain and tubercular pneumonia; natural causes

WILLIAMS  COR/3/2/1912/96  6 Aug 1912

Contents:
Marjorie, daughter of John Williams of 12 Islingword Street, Brighton, fish fryer; 8 months; suddenly, convulsive fit caused by teething; natural causes. For warrant see 97 below

MERCER  COR/3/2/1912/97  6 Aug 1912

Contents:
Grace of 42 Viaduct Road, Brighton, wife of Frederick Mercer, hot water fitter; 55; suddenly, heart failure caused by oedema of the lungs; natural causes

PUTTOCK  COR/3/2/1912/98  12 Aug 1912

Contents:
John James of 199 Queen's Park Road, Brighton, vanman; 65; at Flynn's Stables, Princes Street; found dead, heart failure caused by chronic heart disease; natural causes

PAGE  COR/3/2/1912/99  14 Aug 1912

Contents:
Sarah of 14 Robertson Road, Preston, Brighton, widow of Charles Frederick Page, hairdresser; 49; suddenly, tubercular meningitis; natural causes

MYTTON  COR/3/2/1912/100  16 Aug 1912

Contents:
Ellen of 34 Sandown Road, Brighton, widow of William Benbow Mytton, gardener; 84; suddenly, heart failure caused by senile decay aggravated by bronchitis; natural causes

MOULE  COR/3/2/1912/101  22 Aug 1912

Contents:
Alice Elizabeth Northcott of Russell Road Schools, Custom House, London, wife of David Samuel Moule, caretaker; 52; suddenly, cancerous growth pressing on the heart; natural causes

WEST  COR/3/2/1912/102  22 Aug 1912

Contents:
John Henry of 73 Elder Street, Brighton, barman; 30; at 12 Newport Street; killed himself by cutting his throat with a pocket knife whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. For warrant see 101 above

JAMES  COR/3/2/1912/103  23 Aug 1912

Contents:
Ethel of 14 William Street, Brighton, daughter of Henry James, bricklayer; 15; suddenly, valvular disease of the heart and dropsy; natural causes

SAMSON  COR/3/2/1912/104  23 Aug 1912

Contents:
Desmond Adrian Trevor of 77 Ditchling Rise, Brighton, schoolboy, son of Frank Samson, Pullman car conductor; 15; whilst being conveyed from Preston Park to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; haemorrhage on the brain caused a blow from a cricket ball bowled by Bruce Edgar Lionel Zozer during a game of cricket at Preston Park; accidental death

MURPHY  COR/3/2/1912/105  28 Aug 1912

Contents:
Edward of 15 Agnes Street, Brighton, naval and Post Office pensioner; 52; rupture of a blood vessel in the cavity of the lung; natural causes

ENGLEFIELD  COR/3/2/1912/106  28 Aug 1912

Contents:
Joel of 1 Ellison Gardens, Streatham, London, army pensioner; 66; at 51 Church Street, Brighton; suddenly, syncope following haemorrhage of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 105 above

OSBORNE  COR/3/2/1912/107  29 Aug 1912

Contents:
John of 70 Newland Road, Worthing, Sussex, butcher (master); 54; on the Palace Pier, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by a fatty heart; natural causes

DELOWITZ  COR/3/2/1912/108  2 Sep 1912

Contents:
Samuel of 77 Rosehill Terrace, Brighton, tailor's presser; 36; suddenly, syncope caused by a degenerated heart; natural causes

CLIFFORD  COR/3/2/1912/109  9 Sep 1912

Contents:
Elizabeth of 11 Jubilee Street, Brighton, wife of George Clifford, furniture porter; 39; suddenly, heart failure caused by strangulation of an intestine; natural causes

HOLDER  COR/3/2/1912/110  12 Sep 1912

Contents:
Edward Charles, son of Albert Holder of 16 Southampton Street, Brighton, house painter; 5 weeks; suddenly, inflammation of the lungs; natural causes

FELTON  COR/3/2/1912/111  16 Sep 1912

Contents:
Eileen Blanche Mary, daughter of Albert James Felton of 7 Newmarket Road, Brighton, farm labourer; 7 months; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute pneumonia; natural causes

SMITH  COR/3/2/1912/112  20 Sep 1912

Contents:
Annie Mabel Dorothy, daughter of Sarah Smith of 13 Southampton Street, Brighton; 3 months; suddenly, convulsive fit caused by acute indigestion; natural causes

SIMMONDS  COR/3/2/1912/113  27 Sep 1912

Contents:
Sarah of 14a Denmark Terrace, Brighton, widow of George Thomas Simmonds, architect; 66; suddenly, syncope caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

WHITING  COR/3/2/1912/114  13 Sep 1912

Contents:
Mary Rita, daughter of Cuthbert Harold Whiting of 13 Guildford Road, Brighton, manufacturer's agent; 7 weeks; suddenly, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural cause

EDWARDS  COR/3/2/1912/115  7 Oct 1912

Contents:
Joseph, son of Joseph Edwards of 86 Washington Street, Brighton, hotel porter; 10 months; double pneumonia, pleurisy with effusion and pericarditis; natural causes

LAMBERT  COR/3/2/1912/116  9 Oct 1912

Contents:
George of 16 Pyecombe Street, Pyecombe near Hassocks, Sussex, farm labourer; 46; at Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries, insufficient evidence to show cause; open verdict

MARCHANT  COR/3/2/1912/117  15 Oct 1912

Contents:
Florence Ethel of 3 Essex Street, Brighton, spinster, general servant (domestic); 20; killed herself by drowning herself in a bath at the Corporation Public Baths in Park Street, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

HALEY  COR/3/2/1912/118  15 Oct 1912

Contents:
Mary, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, widow of Patrick Haley, general labourer; 79; at the Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; exhaustion following cancer of the lip accelerated by fracture of the right thigh bone caused by a fall in the Workhouse; accidental death

ELLIS  COR/3/2/1912/119  16 Oct 1912

Contents:
David of 121 Bear Road, Brighton, carpenter; 52; at Royal Sussex County Hospital; heart failure whilst under the influence of anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a surgical operation; misadventure

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1912/120  16 Oct 1912

Contents:
male; found drowned on the sea beach between East Street and Palace Pier Groyne, killed himself by drowning; suicide

WALLS  COR/3/2/1912/121  17 Oct 1912

Contents:
Mary Ann of 30 Argyle Street, Brighton, wife of William Walls, coachman; 50; at Royal Sussex county Hospital; shock and severe burns caused by having set fire to her clothing at [home]; accidental death

CROOK  COR/3/2/1912/122  23 Oct 1912

Contents:
Samuel of 25 Winchester Street, Brighton, angle-iron smith; 51; found dead, death wilfully caused by suffocation from coal gas poisoning, killed himself whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

CUTLER  COR/3/2/1912/123  24 Oct 1912

Contents:
William John of 48 Lynton Street, Brighton, compositor; 57; suddenly, heart failure due to chronic consumption; natural causes

JARVIS  COR/3/2/1912/124  26 Oct 1912

Contents:
Charles William of 4 Belgrave Place, Brighton, auctioneer and agent; 63; overdose of Veronal self-administered for the purpose of promoting sleep; misadventure

SMITH  COR/3/2/1912/125  28 Oct 1912

Contents:
Alice of 50 Frederick Street, Brighton, wife of Olliver Smith, house painter; 50; heart failure caused by an attack of angina pectoris; natural causes; 21 Oct and by adjournment on 28 Oct 1912

MARTIN  COR/3/2/1912/126  1 Nov 1912

Contents:
George of 26 Tichborne Street, Brighton, carpenter; 76; suddenly, oedema of the lungs and chronic heart disease; natural causes

BRYANT  COR/3/2/1912/127  4 Nov 1912

Contents:
Frederick of 25 Totland Road, Brighton, son of Edmund George Bryant, gas fitter; 6; meningitis, 'how such meningitis was set up there is not sufficient evidence to show'; open verdict

BELL  COR/3/2/1912/128  5 Nov 1912

Contents:
Albert Henry of 'Whitehall', 59 & 60 Marine Parade, Brighton, retired chemist; 49; at 19 Lansdowne Place, Hove; exhaustion and heart failure following fracture of the spine and other injuries caused by jumping from a window at [home] with intent to kill himself whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

WALFORD  COR/3/2/1912/129  5 Nov 1912

Contents:
Albert of 28 Gordon Road, Preston, Brighton, accountant; 62; suddenly, heart failure following congestion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 128 above

NOVIS  COR/3/2/1912/130  9 Nov 1912

Contents:
daughter of Stanton Novis of 145 Upper Lewes Road, Brighton, milk carrier; newly born; insufficient expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes

KNYVETT  COR/3/2/1912/131  14 Nov 1912

Contents:
Paul Karl of 172 Havelock Road, Brighton, bookkeeper; 47; at Royal Sussex County Hospital; cerebral haemorrhage caused by fracture of the skull and other injuries the result of a fall in Surrenden Road; accidental death

ROLFE  COR/3/2/1912/132  14 Nov 1912

Contents:
Annie of 9 Little East Street, Brighton, wife of Thomas Rolfe, fisherman; 54; suddenly, cirrhosis of the liver; natural causes

GRIFFITHS  COR/3/2/1912/133  22 Nov 1912

Contents:
Frederick George, son of Frederick George Griffiths of 46 Whichelo Place, Brighton, railway labourer; 19 months; suddenly, convulsive fit following incipient congestion of the lungs; natural causes

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1912/134  25 Nov 1912

Contents:
female child; found dead on the sea beach near Black Rock Groyne; wilful suffocation by person or persons unknown; murder

MEADS  COR/3/2/1912/135  26 Nov 1912

Contents:
Lydia of 15 Dewe Road, Brighton, daughter of John Meads, general labourer; 11; suddenly, acute gastritis; natural causes

DAY  COR/3/2/1912/136  28 Nov 1912

Contents:
Grace Mabel Caroline, daughter of Francis George Day of 207 Bear Road, Brighton, carpenter; 7 weeks; suddenly, diarrhoea and malnutrition; natural causes

KEEVIL  COR/3/2/1912/137  29 Nov 1912

Contents:
Gideon of 1 Victoria Place, South Lambeth, London, general labourer; 63; at Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe injuries caused by being knocked down and run over by a taxi-cab driven by Walter Alfred Pollard in Russell Street, Brighton; accidental death

FAIRWEATHER  COR/3/2/1912/138  29 Nov 1912

Contents:
daughter of Frederick William Fairweather of 368a Olford Road, Brighton, grocer's assistant; at 26 Tidy Street, Brighton; born dead

HARRIS  COR/3/2/1912/139  4 Dec 1912

Contents:
Albert Thomas, son of Joseph Arthur Harris of 1 Jew Street, Brighton, general labourer; 2 months; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his parents; accidental death

NEWLAND  COR/3/2/1912/140  5 Dec 1912

Contents:
Eliza of 59 Gordon Road, Brighton, widow of Harry Newland, tailor (master); 87; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe burns caused by deceased setting fire to her clothing at [home]; accidental death

HILLS  COR/3/2/1912/141  5 Dec 1912

Contents:
Harry Henry of Brighton Workhouse, cabman; 56; suddenly, clot of blood on the pulmonary artery; natural causes

SCARCE  COR/3/2/1912/142  6 Dec 1912

Contents:
John of 265 Bear Road, Brighton, general porter; 39; outside 101 Bear Road; found dead, valvular disease of the heart; natural causes

ROADNIGHT  COR/3/2/1912/143  6 Dec 1912

Contents:
Alfred of 12 Upper Hollingbury Road, greengrocer (master); 62; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide. For warrant see 142 above

BROOKS  COR/3/2/1912/144  7 Dec 1912

Contents:
Mary Eliza of 128 Hollingbury Road, Brighton, spinster daughter of Edward Brooks, cotton spinner; 71; found dead, suffocation from coal gas poisoning, killed herself whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. For warrant see 146 below

CHEESMAN  COR/3/2/1912/145  7 Dec 1912

Contents:
Amelia Emma of 60 Elm Grove, Brighton, widow of Thomas William Cheesman, schoolmaster; 46; injuries to the head and brain caused by jumping from a window at [home] with intent to kill herself whilst of unsound mind; suicide. For warrant see 146 below

ARMSTRONG  COR/3/2/1912/146  7 Dec 1912

Contents:
Mary of 39 College Place, Brighton, widow of Charles Armstrong, of independent means; 73; died from the effect of Veronal poison self-administered with intent to kill herself, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; [suicide]

JOHNSON  COR/3/2/1912/147  9 Dec 1912

Contents:
William Henry of 106 Southover Street, Brighton, newsagent; 66; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 148 below

COOPER  COR/3/2/1912/148  9 Dec 1912

Contents:
Harriett of 5 Tichborne Street, Brighton, wife of George William Cooper, wireman; 51; suddenly, heart failure caused by haemorrhage on the brain; natural causes

BARCLAY  COR/3/2/1912/149  12 Dec 1912

Contents:
Hilda of 29 Kidbrook Park Road, Blackheath, London, wife of Arthur Barclay, company promoter; 39; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

BUNTING  COR/3/2/1912/150  19 Dec 1912

Contents:
Albert of 21 Rosehill Terrace, Brighton, carpenter; 74; suddenly, heart failure, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. Warrant bundled with 154 below

CLARKE  COR/3/2/1912/151  19 Dec 1912

Contents:
Charles of 19 Wyndham Street, Brighton, army pensioner; 58; suddenly, heart failure caused by valvular disease of the heart; natural causes. Warrant bundled with 154 below

TAYLOR  COR/3/2/1912/152  19 Dec 1912

Contents:
James Edward of 12 Normanton Street, Brighton, commercial traveller; 72; suddenly, heart disease aggravated by bronchial pneumonia; natural causes. Warrant bundled with 154 below

WEBSTER  COR/3/2/1912/153  28 Dec 1912

Contents:
Mary Ann of 51 High Street, Brighton, wife of Thomas Henry Webster, purveyor of cat's meat; 50; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

LE SAUTEUR  COR/3/2/1912/154  30 Dec 1912

Contents:
Leonore of 11 Norfolk Road, Brighton, wife of Winter Thomas Le Sauteur, surveyor; 70; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

BUCKLAND  COR/3/2/1912/155  31 Jan 1912

Contents:
George of 16 Redvers Road, Brighton, gilder; 68; suddenly, rupture of a portion the heart; natural causes

INQUESTS OF 1913  COR/3/2/1913  1913

CREW  COR/3/2/1913/1  3 Jan 1913

Contents:
William Thomas, son of William George Crew of 10 Chatham Place, Brighton, engine fitter; 2 months; suddenly, convulsive fit; natural causes

MUGGERIDGE  COR/3/2/1913/2  6 Jan 1913

Contents:
Arthur Lee of 9 Percival Terrace, Brighton, of independent means; 59; killed himself by shooting himself with a revolver whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

STACE  COR/3/2/1913/3  7 Jan 1913

Contents:
Frances of 23 Marshalls Row, Brighton, wife of Charles Stace, shoemaker; 88; shock and pneumonia following a fall on 21 Dec 1912; accidental death

SCHUTZ  COR/3/2/1913/4  11 Jan 1913

Contents:
Charlotte Mina, daughter of Charles Alfred Schutz of 56 Upper Gloucester Road, Brighton, chip potato shop proprietor; 8 weeks; suddenly, congenital malformation of the heart; natural causes

PIERCEY  COR/3/2/1913/5  4 Feb 1913

Contents:
Lily of 45 Cambridge Street, Brighton, ironer; suddenly, convulsions during pregnancy; natural causes; 14 Jan and by adjournment on 4 Feb 1913

WHARTON  COR/3/2/1913/6  18 Jan 1913

Contents:
Arthur Patteson of 155 Marine Parade, Brighton, clerk in holy orders; 71; concussion of the brain caused by a fall on 12 Jan; accidental death

WILSON  COR/3/2/1913/7  21 Jan 1913

Contents:
Helen Elton of 38 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, professional nurse; 45; suddenly, heart failure caused by bronchitis accelerated by chronic alcoholism; natural causes

BARNES  COR/3/2/1913/8  22 Jan 1913

Contents:
Eliza Hannah of 18 New England Street, Brighton, widow of Walter Freddy Barnes, blacksmith; 65; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; suddenly, congestion and ulceration of the left lung; natural causes

PARKIN  COR/3/2/1913/9  25 Jan 1913

Contents:
Elizabeth of 151 Lewes Road, Brighton, wife of Arthur William Parkin, house estate agent; 69; suddenly, rupture of the heart caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

WHITNEY  COR/3/2/1913/10  25 Jan 1913

Contents:
Matilda of 62 Queens Park Terrace, Brighton, wife of William Whitney, draper (master); 63; found dead, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart accelerated by starvation and self-neglect; natural causes. For warrant see 9 above

PATTISON  COR/3/2/1913/11  28 Jan 1913

Contents:
Thomas Frederick of 25 Campbell Road, Brighton, pianoforte tuner; 61; suddenly, heart failure caused by degeneration of the heart muscle; natural causes

LOWER  COR/3/2/1913/12  30 Jan 1913

Contents:
Frederick Andrew John of 32 May Road, Brighton, railway fireman; 21; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and internal injuries caused by being crushed between an engine and tender on No 16 Road in a shed near Brighton station on the LB&SC railway; accidental death

CARDEN  COR/3/2/1913/13  31 Jan 1913

Contents:
Lillian Bessie, daughter of Walter Lawrence Carden of 56 Frederick Street, Brighton, general shop keeper; 7 months; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Dyke Road; shock and severe burns caused by her setting fire to a newspaper at [home]; accidental death

BENSON  COR/3/2/1913/14  3 Feb 1913

Contents:
John of 19 Upper Hollingdean Road, Brighton, army pensioner; exhaustion following a fracture of the collar bone caused by a fall on 19 Jan; accidental death

BANKS  COR/3/2/1913/15  4 Feb 1913

Contents:
Harry, son of Albert Victor Banks of 4a Bembridge Street, Brighton, carter; 2 months; suddenly, congenital debility; natural causes

DRIVER  COR/3/2/1913/16  7 Feb 1913

Contents:
Charles of 5 Courtorde Cottages, Rottingdean, farm labourer; 49; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused a pitchfork having fallen and penetrated deceased's eye whilst loading straw at Rottingdean; accidental death

SMALL alias YIELDING  COR/3/2/1913/17  7 Feb 1913

Contents:
Charlotte, daughter of Elizabeth Small alias Yielding, travelling hawker; 4; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; septic bronchial pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 16 above

RIDDLE  COR/3/2/1913/18  11 Feb 1913

Contents:
Elizabeth Sarah of 5 Viaduct Road, Brighton, wife of Robert Riddle, gardener; 56; suddenly, malignant disease of the stomach

FIGGS  COR/3/2/1913/19  12 Feb 1913

Contents:
Mabel, daughter of Mabel Figgs of 16 London Street, Brighton, spinster, domestic servant; 7 weeks; suddenly, pneumonia

BANISTER  COR/3/2/1913/20  12 Feb 1913

Contents:
Mary Ann Elizabeth of 19 Temple Street, Brighton, wife of Thomas Banister, retired police inspector; 65; dislocation of the spine between the 1st and 2nd cervical vertebrae caused by a fall down stairs at [home]; accidental death. No warrant

STRANGROOM  COR/3/2/1913/21  15 Feb 1913

Contents:
Matilda of 14 High Street, Brighton, widow of William Strangroom, insurance agent; 58; cerebral haemorrhage caused by a fall at [home]; accidental death

MITCHELL  COR/3/2/1913/22  17 Feb 1913

Contents:
Alfred of 30 Ewart Street, Brighton, deep sea fisherman; 25; in the overflow chamber of the Brighton Corporation storm-water tunnel having an outlet in the sea near the end of the groyne situate on the West side of the Palace Pier, deceased being one of the crew of the fishing smack 'Blue-Eyed Minnie' was washed overboard and drowned at the entrance to Shoreham harbour on 1 Jan; drowning; 15 Feb and by adjournment on 17 Feb 1913. For warrant see COR/3/2/1913/21

WILSON  COR/3/2/1913/23  17 Feb 1913

Contents:
Thomas Mason of 6 Hurstbourne Road, Forest Hill, London, shipping office clerk; 21; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; dislocation of the spine and other injuries caused whilst playing a game of [rugby] football at Preston Park; accidental death

MARTIN  COR/3/2/1913/24  18 Feb 1913

Contents:
James of 15 Cobden Road, Brighton, spectacle maker; 79; suddenly, heart failure caused by senile decay; natural causes

EARP  COR/3/2/1913/25  24 Feb 1913

Contents:
Mary Caroline Rosalie of 3 Bentham Road, Brighton, wife of Frederick Earp, drawing master; 76; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. For warrant see 28 below

OWEN  COR/3/2/1913/26  24 Feb 1913

Contents:
George Lloyd, son of Ernest Owen of 23 Hanover Terrace, Brighton, army pensioner; 22 months; suddenly, the bursting of a tubercular abscess in the stomach; natural causes. For warrant see 28 below

WILLIS  COR/3/2/1913/27  24 Feb 1913

Contents:
Ivy Helen Sophia, daughter of Charles Willis of 2 Elder Row, Brighton, vanman; 3 months; pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 28 below

ANDERSON  COR/3/2/1913/28  24 Feb 1913

Contents:
Sydney Arthur Edward of 149th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, Preston Barracks, Brighton; 26; at Preston Barracks; killed himself by shooting himself with a revolver; no evidence as to state of mind

POTTER  COR/3/2/1913/29  28 Feb 1913

Contents:
Harry Charlie of 44 Totland Road, Brighton, tailor's cutter; 47; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following fracture of both legs caused by being knocked down and run over by a motor omnibus driven by Joseph Triggs in North Street; accidental death

HAMMOND  COR/3/2/1913/30  28 Feb 1913

Contents:
Irene, daughter of Florence Elizabeth Hammond of 7 Upper Russell Street, Brighton, spinster; 4 weeks; at 101 Buckingham Road; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes

DUDMAN  COR/3/2/1913/31  3 Mar 1913

Contents:
Eliza, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, widow of David Dudman, builder; 97; at the Workhouse Infirmary; rupture of the heart cause by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

TUGWELL  COR/3/2/1913/32  6 Mar 1913

Contents:
William of 6 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, shoemaker (master); 84; suddenly, rupture of the heart cause by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 33 below

MASON  COR/3/2/1913/33  6 Mar 1913

Contents:
Katie Louise of 15 West Street, Portslade, spinster, daughter of Charles John Mason, waiter; 31; in the sea on the east side of the Black Rock groyne; found drowned

PITCHER  COR/3/2/1913/34  6 Mar 1913

Contents:
Naomi of 26 Rose Hill Terrace, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 72; suddenly, cancer of the stomach; natural causes. For warrant see 33 above

CHEETHAM  COR/3/2/1913/35  7 Mar 1913

Contents:
Harold of 85 Chalk Farm Road, London, shop assistant; 39; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; from the effects of swallowing hydrochloric acid, self-administered on 4 Mar prior to admission to the RSCH, insufficient evidence as to state of mind

JASPER  COR/3/2/1913/36  7 Mar 1913

Contents:
Louzena of 30 Upper Park Road, Brighton, widow of Samuel Jasper, boatman; 85; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia; natural causes

PILBEAM  COR/3/2/1913/37  8 Mar 1913

Contents:
Mary Ann of 31 South Down Avenue, Brighton, wife of Edward William Pilbeam, tax collector; 54; suffocation caused by a fall whilst under the influence of a drug taken for the purpose of procuring sleep; [accidental death]

LAWRENCE  COR/3/2/1913/38  11 Mar 1913

Contents:
Elizabeth Mary of 26 Cavendish Street, Brighton, wife of George Lawrence, railway inspector; 61; found dead, cirrhosis of the liver due to chronic alcoholism; natural causes

JORDAN  COR/3/2/1913/39  14 Mar 1913

Contents:
Frank Harold of 43 Jersey Street, Brighton, railway clerk; 18; found dead, heart failure caused by advanced phthisis; natural causes

GOBEY  COR/3/2/1913/40  14 Mar 1913

Contents:
Henry John of 20 Eastern Road, Brighton, hawker; 56; found dead, heart failure caused by acute congestion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 39 above

VINE  COR/3/2/1913/41  15 Mar 1913

Contents:
Thomas Frederick of 20 Cheapside, Brighton, boot repairer; 36; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

GRACE  COR/3/2/1913/42  17 Mar 1913

Contents:
Daniel of 47 Lavender Street, Brighton, carpenter; 75; suddenly, chronic bronchitis and chronic valvular disease of the heart; natural causes

BECKER  COR/3/2/1913/43  20 Mar 1913

Contents:
Hermann of 42 Recton Road, Fulham, London, musician; 40; on the Palace Pier; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

PETER  COR/3/2/1913/44  22 Mar 1913

Contents:
Louis Theodore of 20 Terminus Road, Brighton, tailor; 50; suddenly, apoplexy; natural causes

GILPIN  COR/3/2/1913/45  25 Mar 1913

Contents:
George Elliott of 16 Hollingbury Park Avenue, house agent; 67; suddenly, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs and heart disease; natural causes

HART  COR/3/2/1913/46  27 Mar 1913

Contents:
Emma of 13 Brewer Street, Brighton, widow of Alfred Hart, boatman; 79; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. For warrant see 47 below

GIBBS  COR/3/2/1913/47  27 Mar 1913

Contents:
Daniel of 26 Coleman Street, Brighton, house painter; 63; found dead, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

SHIP  COR/3/2/1913/48  28 Mar 1913

Contents:
Emily of 21 Jersey Street, Brighton, widow of Thomas Daniel Ship, plasterer; 66; found dead, heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis; natural causes

EASTWELL  COR/3/2/1913/49  31 Mar 1913

Contents:
Albert David of 12 Great College Street, Brighton, grocer's assistant; 17; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

BROOKS  COR/3/2/1913/50  1 Apr 1913

Contents:
Lionel Eric, son of Alfred Brooks of 6 Camelford Street, Brighton, assistant manager, Singer Sewing Machine Co.; 7 weeks; suddenly, double pneumonia aggravated by diarrhoea and sickness; natural causes. For warrant see 51 below

WATTS  COR/3/2/1913/51  1 Apr 1913

Contents:
Mary Agnes, daughter of Thomas Patrick Watts of 12 Albion Street, Brighton, hawker; 4 weeks; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed; accidental suffocation

GILES  COR/3/2/1913/52  1 Apr 1913

Contents:
Harry Walter of 65 Bear Road, Brighton, gardener; 29; suddenly, perforation of the bowel caused by a cancerous tumour; natural causes. For warrant see 51 above

BOYLING  COR/3/2/1913/53  2 Apr 1913

Contents:
George of 75 Ewhurst Road, Brighton, house painter; 54; heart failure caused by an acute attack of lead poisoning; misadventure

HOLMAN  COR/3/2/1913/54  2 Apr 1913

Contents:
Florence Kate of 7 Little George Street, Brighton, daughter of Ernest John Holman, chauffeur; suddenly, pneumonia following measles; natural causes. For warrant see 53 above

BUTLER  COR/3/2/1913/55  5 Apr 1913

Contents:
Henry of 17 Regent Street, Brighton, public library attendant; 70; suddenly, syncope following fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

BROWN  COR/3/2/1913/56  7 Apr 1913

Contents:
Elijah of 17 Park Crescent Place, Brighton, tailor (journeyman); 68; at 44 Lewes Road; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease; natural causes

COOPER  COR/3/2/1913/57  15 Apr 1913

Contents:
Marjorie Charlotte Mary, daughter of Thomas Frederick Cooper of 33 Edward Road, Coulsdon, Surrey, asylum assistant; 14 weeks; at 20 Belgrave Square, Brighton; suddenly, convulsive fit following incipient congestion of the lungs; natural causes

BERKSHIRE  COR/3/2/1913/58  16 Apr 1913

Contents:
Mary Ann of 2 Argyle Villas, Brighton, widow of John Berkshire, licensed victualler; 83; congestion of the lungs accelerated by shock the result of a fall; accidental death

STANDING  COR/3/2/1913/59  17 Apr 1913

Contents:
Albert of 80 Brading Road, Brighton, son of David Louis Standing, commercial traveller; 5; suddenly, double pneumonia following whooping cough; natural causes

HURLSTONE  COR/3/2/1913/60  23 Apr 1913

Contents:
Alfred George, son of Arthur George Hurlstone of High Street, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, baker; 9 months; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; whilst under the influence of chloroform properly administered for the purpose of performing a necessary surgical operation; misadventure

WALSH  COR/3/2/1913/61  26 Apr 1913

Contents:
James of 31 Vine Street, Brighton, son of James William Walsh, labourer; 2; pneumonia and pleurisy; natural causes

PROVIS  COR/3/2/1913/62  26 Apr 1913

Contents:
Richard of 19 Marine Terrace, Brighton, mining engineer; 51; found dead in bed, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart and cirrhosis of the liver; natural causes. For warrant see 61 above

WHITE  COR/3/2/1913/63  28 Apr 1913

Contents:
Amelia Jane of 21 College Gardens, Brighton, spinster of independent means, daughter of William White; 74; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm on the aorta; natural causes. For warrant see 64 below

MOORE  COR/3/2/1913/64  28 Apr 1913

Contents:
Rose, daughter of Henry Francis Moore of 16 Cromwell Street, Brighton, general labourer; 22 months; suddenly, broncho pneumonia; natural causes

PRINCE  COR/3/2/1913/65  29 Apr 1913

Contents:
Thomas Benjamin of 19 Belton Road, Brighton, general labourer; 75; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart and cirrhosis of the liver. For warrant see 66 below

WICKHAM  COR/3/2/1913/66  29 Apr 1913

Contents:
Nelson of 6 Francis Street, Brighton, maltster; 70; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis and pleurisy; natural cause

BIDDLE  COR/3/2/1913/67  5 May 1913

Contents:
James of 47 Baker Street, Brighton, gilder and picture frame maker; 51; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

MOCKFORD  COR/3/2/1913/68  7 May 1913

Contents:
Lilian, daughter of Charles Ernest Mockford of 71 Milner Road, Brighton, general labourer; 11 months; broncho pneumonia; natural causes

GALE  COR/3/2/1913/69  8 May 1913

Contents:
William of 4 Leicester Street, Brighton, railway porter; 27; suddenly, disease of the pancreas; natural causes

LEWES  COR/3/2/1913/70  9 May 1913

Contents:
Jennie, daughter of Elizabeth Emily Jane Lewes of 48 Over Street, Brighton, spinster, domestic servant; 10 weeks; suddenly, a convulsive fit; natural causes

PARSLOE  COR/3/2/1913/71  10 May 1913

Contents:
Robert Sydney, son of Adrian Wesley Parsloe of 58 Bernard Road, Brighton, general labourer; 11 months; suddenly, perforation of an ulcer in the stomach; natural causes

SANDS  COR/3/2/1913/72  14 May 1913

Contents:
Kate Louisa of 2 Hollingdean Road, Brighton, widow of Thomas Sands, general labourer; 56; found dead, heart disease; natural causes

WEEKES  COR/3/2/1913/73  20 May 1930

Contents:
John of 47 Jubilee Street, Brighton, yard foreman for W Stead Ltd; 47; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull the result of a blow struck by Richard Stone; manslaughter. Police report and warrant only. The inquisition is a copy

ROBERTS  COR/3/2/1913/74  21 May 1913

Contents:
Annie of 73a St James St, Brighton, widow of William Roberts, house furnisher (retired); 78; found dead, rupture and degeneration of the aorta; natural causes

CLARK  COR/3/2/1913/75  22 May 1913

Contents:
Alice Elizabeth of 22 Regency Square, Brighton, wife of George Clark, caretaker; 55; suddenly, syncope caused by heart disease; natural causes

BURTENSHAW  COR/3/2/1913/76  24 May 1913

Contents:
Ellen of 41 Quebec Street, Brighton, widow of Mark Burtenshaw, poulterer's assistant; 70; found dead, heart disease, natural causes

SMITH  COR/3/2/1913/77  28 May 1913

Contents:
Charles Harry of 3 Seymour Street, Brighton, horse keeper; 51; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; exhaustion following delirium tremens the result of a fracture of the left thigh caused by a fall from a one-horse van in Burlington Street on 12 Apr; accidental death

KING  COR/3/2/1913/78  30 May 1913

Contents:
Annie of 'Montresor', Harrington Road, Preston, Brighton; widow of George David King, commercial traveller; 65; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by being knocked down by a motor car driven by Charles George Taylor in York Place on 23 May; accidental death

AWCOCK  COR/3/2/1913/79  31 May 1913

Contents:
Henry Frederick of 20 Albion Street, Brighton, market porter; suddenly, apoplexy; natural causes

PEEL  COR/3/2/1913/80  2 Jun 1913

Contents:
Peggy, daughter of Reginald Blanco Steers Peel of 53 Ashford Road, Brighton, coal miner; 7 months; suddenly, pneumonia following measles; natural causes

KILGARRIFF  COR/3/2/1913/81  4 Jun 1913

Contents:
Mabel Mary of 4 Southampton Street, Brighton, daughter of Henry Kilgarriff, furrier; 2; whooping cough and tuberculosis of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 82 below

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1913/82  4 Jun 1913

Contents:
male child; newly born; in the Queens Park, Brighton; found dead, want of proper attention at birth; inattention at birth

BATH  COR/3/2/1913/83  4 Jun 1913

Contents:
Johanna of 8 Oxford Court, Brighton, wife of Joseph Bath, horse dealer; 38; suddenly, syncope caused by Bright's disease; natural causes. No warrant

RUSSELL  COR/3/2/1913/84  5 Jun 1913

Contents:
Frederick of 5 Campbell Road, Brighton, gardener; 66; suddenly, congestion of the lungs and kidneys; natural causes

MEIKLE  COR/3/2/1913/85  7 Jun 1913

Contents:
William of 15 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, of independent means; 60; found dead, apoplexy caused by a diseased heart; natural causes

LUFF  COR/3/2/1913/86  9 Jun 1913

Contents:
George William of 31a Cannon Street, Brighton, luggage porter; 52; suddenly, pleuro pneumonia; natural causes

POPE  COR/3/2/1913/87  14 Jun 1913

Contents:
Reginald Barrett of 41 Sussex Square, Brighton, solicitor; 55; at 4 Princes Place; suddenly, cardiac syncope caused by a clot of blood in the artery leading to the heart; natural causes

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1913/88  Jun 1913

DAY  COR/3/2/1913/89  25 Jun 1913

Contents:
Cyril Frank Scott of 73 Hollingbury Park Avenue, son of Camelia Georgina Day, spinster; 4; at the Children's Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by being knocked down by a motor car, no AP3373Water damage

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1913/90-126  Jun 1913 - Oct 1913

PARKER  COR/3/2/1913/127  23 Oct 1913

Contents:
Mary Ann of 50 Stanley Road, Brighton, wife of Joseph Parker, bookmaker; 61; exhaustion following chronic alcoholism; [natural causes]

CLANCY  COR/3/2/1913/128  23 Oct 1913

Contents:
Catherine Mary of 38 Hendon Street, Brighton, daughter of Thomas Clancy, porter; 9; collapse following an attack of vomiting caused by acute pneumonia; [natural causes]. For warrant see 127 above

CHILDS  COR/3/2/1913/129  27 Oct 1913

Contents:
Sidney Arthur, son of Walter Edward Childs of 40 Washington Street, Brighton, postman; 3 months; suddenly, convulsive fit caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1913/130  31 Oct 1913

Contents:
female person; on the beach opposite Boundary Road, Black Rock; found drowned, 31 Oct 1913

ALLEN  COR/3/2/1913/131  21 Oct 1913

Contents:
Mercy Elizabeth, daughter of John Henry Allen of 19 Devonshire Street, Brighton, fish hawker; 6 months; suddenly, convulsive fit following pneumonia; natural causes

DUMOULIN  COR/3/2/1913/132  3 Nov 1913

Contents:
Antoine Jean Claude of 29 Cambridge Street, Pimlico, London, pastry cook; 18; in the sea opposite Bedford Street, found drowned

MARTIN  COR/3/2/1913/133  7 Nov 1913

Contents:
William James, son of William James Martin of 29 Havelock Road, Brighton, house painter; 3 months; suddenly, syncope caused by an enlarged thymus gland; natural causes

DEEKS  COR/3/2/1913/134  11 Nov 1913

Contents:
Alfred of 30 Clifton Hill, Brighton, hotel proprietor (retired); 75; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes

CARBERY  COR/3/2/1913/135  12 Nov 1913

Contents:
Sarah Josephine of No 1 Flat, 18 Vernon Terrace, Brighton, wife of Joseph Carbery, retired MD; injuries to the brain caused by a fall down the area steps at 19 Vernon Terrace on 6 Nov; accidental death

BLUNDEN  COR/3/2/1913/136  17 Nov 1913

Contents:
William George of 47 Guildford Street, Brighton, window cleaner; 35; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and laceration of the brain caused by a fall at 7 Tillstone Street on 14 Nov; accidental death

McKELLAR  COR/3/2/1913/137  19 Nov 1913

Contents:
Eliza Mary Anne of 145 Preston Road, Brighton, wife of Edward McKellar, Deputy Surgeon General of the Indian Medical Service (retired); 69; exhaustion following the fracture of the left thigh bone caused by a fall at [home] of 15 Sep; accidental death

MOORE  COR/3/2/1913/138  20 Nov 1913

Contents:
George of 11 Elder Street, Brighton, wood turner; 81; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; bronchial pneumonia following fracture of the femur and other injuries caused by a fall in North Street on 3 Sep; accidental death

ROWE  COR/3/2/1913/139  28 Nov 1913

Contents:
Mary Ann of 15 Grafton Street, Brighton, wife of Alfred Lloyd Rowe, newspaper clerk; 58; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

PANTON  COR/3/2/1913/140  1 Dec 1913

Contents:
John of 61 Upper Lewes Street, Brighton, van driver; 77; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

SIMPSON  COR/3/2/1913/141  2 Dec 1913

Contents:
William of 23 Round Hill Crescent, Brighton, gardener; 81; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; heart failure and exhaustion following severe burns caused by deceased setting fire to his clothing at [home] on 24 Nov; accidental death

WYATT  COR/3/2/1913/142  3 Dec 1913

Contents:
Edward Francis of 58 Upper Gloucester Road, Brighton, newsagent; 37; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; a tear of the intestines (accelerated by a hernia) caused whilst playing in a football match at Worthing on 26 Nov; accidental death

ROWLAND  COR/3/2/1913/143  6 Dec 1913

Contents:
Mary of 67 Hanover Terrace, Brighton, wife of Joseph Rowland, tailor; 63; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes. For warrant see 144 below

BURDETT  COR/3/2/1913/144  6 Dec 1913

Contents:
Ellen Edith of 3 Stanmer Park Road; Brighton, wife of William Jones Burdett, of independent means; 51; suddenly, cancer of the pancreas accelerated by chronic alcoholism; natural causes

KILFORD  COR/3/2/1913/145  11 Dec 1913

Contents:
Sarah of 26 Windsor Street, Brighton, wife of James Kilford, caretaker; 79; suddenly, chronic bronchitis and pneumonia; natural causes

BOXALL  COR/3/2/1913/146  12 Dec 1913

Contents:
James John of 25 Lynton Street, Brighton, commercial porter; 52; in the private roadway of Clarence Hotel, North Street; suddenly, heart failure caused by valvular disease of the heart; natural causes

MOORE  COR/3/2/1913/147  19 Dec 1913

Contents:
Emily, daughter of Charles Moore of 31 St Mary Magdalene Street, Brighton, bricklayer's labourer; 13 days; convulsive fit following double pneumonia; natural causes

DIVER  COR/3/2/1913/148  22 Dec 1913

Contents:
Minnie of 39 Cannon Street, Brighton, daughter of William Henry Diver, coachman; 11; rupture of the liver caused by being knocked down and run over by a taxi cab driven by James Edward Francis in Western Road; accidental death

HARDS  COR/3/2/1913/149  23 Dec 1913

Contents:
Arthur Henry, son of Ada Hards of 29 Havelock Road, Brighton, general servant (domestic); 14 months; septic pneumonia following injuries to the mouth caused by a fall on 15 Dec; accidental death

WALSH  COR/3/2/1913/150  27 Dec 1913

Contents:
John, inmate of Brighton Workhouse, flower seller; 56; at the Workhouse Infirmary; injuries to the brain caused by being knocked down by a taxi cab driven by Evlyn Pollard King at the corner of Ship Street on 28 Sep; accidental death

YOUNG  COR/3/2/1913/151  27 Dec 1913

Contents:
Emily Dorothy, daughter of William Adolphus Young of 54 Hanover Terrace, Brighton, fishmonger; 3 months; found dead, heart failure caused whilst sleeping in bed and accelerated by underdeveloped lungs and a thymus gland [sic]; accidental death. For warrant see 152 below

ANDREWS  COR/3/2/1913/152  27 Dec 1913

Contents:
Joseph of 207 Queens Park Road, Brighton, licensed victualler; 71; suddenly, haemorrhage caused by the rupture of an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes

COOT  COR/3/2/1913/153  29 Dec 1913

Contents:
Charles Meredith of 21 Islingword Street, Brighton, draper; 75; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic lung disease; natural causes

NEWMAN  COR/3/2/1913/154  31 Dec 1913

Contents:
Arnold of 49 William Street, Brighton, chemist; 71; found dead, heart failure following kidney disease; natural causes

INQUESTS OF 1914  COR/3/2/1914  1914

MULQUEEN  COR/3/2/1914/1  2 Jan 1914

Contents:
Louisa of 8 Grafton Street, Brighton, widow of Henry Mulqueen, telegraph clerk; 88; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; shock following the fracture of the left thigh bone caused by a fall at [home] on 26 Dec 1913; accidental death

PRESTON  COR/3/2/1914/2  6 Jan 1914

Contents:
Philip Charles of 148 Kings Road, Brighton, lodging house keeper; 56; suddenly, syncope following angina pectoris; natural causes. For warrant see 4 below

COOPER  COR/3/2/1914/3  6 Jan 1914

Contents:
Elizabeth Jane of 12 Newhaven Street, Brighton, widow of John Cooper, builder; 68; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 4 below

RICHARDSON  COR/3/2/1914/4  6 Jan 1914

Contents:
Edith Louisa, daughter of Charles Richardson of 21 Lincoln Street, Brighton, boot repairer; 14 days; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes

CRAGE  COR/3/2/1914/5  12 Jan 1914

Contents:
Josephine Augusta of 46 Cannon Street, Brighton, wife of Percy Wilfred Crage, actor; 42; suddenly, inflammation of the lungs; natural causes

GRENVILLE  COR/3/2/1914/6  14 Jan 1914

Contents:
Caroline of 67 Bentham Road, Brighton, wife of William Grenville; former butcher; 87; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis and pleurisy; natural causes

RICHARDSON  COR/3/2/1914/7  15 Jan 1914

Contents:
Caroline Edith of 6 Gladstone Terrace, Brighton, wife of Albert Richardson, clerk; 33; suddenly, heart failure caused by exertion following kidney disease; natural causes

BODLE  COR/3/2/1914/8  19 Jan 1914

Contents:
Eliza Ann of 66 Islingword Street, Brighton, wife of John Bodle, carpenter; 63; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

WALDER  COR/3/2/1914/9  19 Jan 1914

Contents:
Ellen Louisa of 67 Albion Street, Brighton, wife of Albert Walder, carman; 33; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 8 above

ALDRED  COR/3/2/1914/10  22 Jan 1914

Contents:
Martha Smart of 26 Park Crescent, Brighton, widow of William Henry Aldred, naval boatswain; 88; bronchitis and congestion of the lungs; natural causes

FINLAN  COR/3/2/1914/11  23 Jan 1914

Contents:
Eliza Ann of 'Pine Town House', Ladysmith Road, Brighton, wife of Michael Finlan, general labourer; suddenly, syncope following congestion of the lungs; natural causes

KELLY  COR/3/2/1914/12  26 Jan 1914

Contents:
William of 1 Hastings Road, Brighton, general labourer; 49; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; syncope whilst under the influence of a anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a necessary surgical operation; misadventure. For warrant see 14below

WICKES  COR/3/2/1914/13  26 Jan 1914

Contents:
Elizabeth Austin of 41 Russell Street, Brighton, widow, cook (domestic); 74; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; pericarditis accelerated by chronic alcoholism; natural causes

EVANS  COR/3/2/1914/14  26 Jan 1914

Contents:
George Thomas of 25 Oving Road, Chichester, furniture remover's foreman; 56; whilst being conveyed in a motor car from Pulborough to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and haemorrhage the result of severe injuries to his right leg caused by being run over by a furniture van attached to a motor lorry at Pulborough; accidental death

BRIGGS  COR/3/2/1914/15  27 Jan 1914

Contents:
William of 10 Little Russell Street, Brighton, plasterer; 64; heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis and pleurisy; natural causes

ANTRAM  COR/3/2/1914/16  30 Jan 1914

Contents:
Frederick Francis of 54 Richmond Road, Brighton, chief inspector at Brighton GPO; 46; in Richmond Road; suddenly, heart failure caused by haemorrhage of the lungs following consumption; natural causes

OWEN  COR/3/2/1914/17  2 Feb 1914

Contents:
Charles Henry of 14 Windsor Buildings, Brighton, solicitor's clerk; 72; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes

PESTONJI  COR/3/2/1914/18  2 Feb 1914

Contents:
Bejanji of 38 Buckingham Road, Brighton, former surgeon of the Indian Army; 64; suddenly, aortic disease of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 17 above

SPICER  COR/3/2/1914/19  2 Feb 1914

Contents:
Maria Stedman of 47 Edward Street, Brighton, wife of William Henry Spicer, greengrocer; 41; suddenly, pericarditis; natural causes. For warrant see 17 above

LIDYARD  COR/3/2/1914/20  3 Feb 1914

Contents:
Ralph Vernon of 54 Gladstone Place, Brighton, son of Muriel Lidyard, barmaid; 6 months; convulsive fit following acute indigestion; natural causes

BECK  COR/3/2/1914/21  3 Feb 1914

Contents:
William, address unknown, carpenter; 23; in the sea opposite West Street; found drowned. Fungal damage

HUMPHREY  COR/3/2/1914/22  5 Feb 1914

Contents:
William George of 22 West Street, Brighton, tailor; 77; suddenly, acute pneumonia; natural causes. Fungal damage

POOLE  COR/3/2/1914/23  9 Feb 1914

Contents:
Elizabeth of 115 Bear Road, Brighton, spinster of independent means, daughter of Richard Poole, corn merchant; 80; shock and severe burns caused by setting fire to her clothing; accidental death. Fungal damage

LE FEAUX  COR/3/2/1914/24  9 Feb 1914

Contents:
Lucy of 3 Lynton Street, Brighton, wife of Alfred John le Feaux, PO telegraph wireman; 40; suddenly, syncope caused by pericardial effusion and accelerated by the inflammatory condition of the bowels. Fungal damage

WILLIAMS  COR/3/2/1914/25  12 Feb 1914

Contents:
John Henry of 70 Toronto Terrace, Brighton, son of John William Williams, packer; 4; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; tubercular meningitis; natural causes. Fungal damage

WALKLING  COR/3/2/1914/26  16 Feb 1914

Contents:
Hilda May, daughter of George Charles Walkling of 41 St Paul's Street, Brighton, chauffeur; 8 weeks; suddenly, a convulsive fit; natural causes. Fungal damage

BAKER  COR/3/2/1914/27  16 Feb 1914

Contents:
Christopher Norris of 48 Tavistock Square, London, commercial traveller; 62; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; haemorrhage of the bowels; natural causes. For warrant see 28 below. Fungal damage

JACKSON  COR/3/2/1914/28  16 Feb 1914

Contents:
John Joseph Samuel of 8 Clovelly Road, Ealing, Middlesex, clerk; 29; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and injuries to the brain caused by a fall on the Marine Parade, the fall the result of deceased having swallowed hydrochloric acid whilst temporally of unsound mind; suicide. Fungal damage

WATTS  COR/3/2/1914/29  18 Feb 1914

Contents:
Joseph John of 51 Albion Street, Brighton, son of Patrick Thomas Watts, hawker; 2; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Dyke Road; erysipelas following severe scalds caused by his falling into a pot of boiling water at [home]; accidental death. Fungal damage

GOLDRING  COR/3/2/1914/30  20 Feb 1914

Contents:
Rose Elizabeth of 29 William Street, Brighton, daughter of Herbert Godfrey Goldring, baker (master); 5 months; suddenly, broncho pneumonia; natural causes. Fungal damage

ROSS  COR/3/2/1914/31  23 Feb 1914

Contents:
Jane of 1 Argyle Road, Brighton, widow of Thomas Ross, engineer; 90; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe burns caused by setting fire to her clothing at [home]; accidental death. Fungal damage

BEARDSELL  COR/3/2/1914/32  24 Feb 1914

Contents:
William Mortimer of 141 London Road, Brighton, son of May Beardsell, widow of William Beardsell, a New Zealand cattle farmer; a convulsive fit caused by malnutrition; natural causes. Fungal damage

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1914/33  26 Feb 1914

Contents:
male child; newly born; at 58 Upper Church Street, Brighton; found dead; stillborn. Fungal damage

WILKINSON  COR/3/2/1914/34  28 Feb 1914

Contents:
Henry Edwin of 51 Princes Street, Brighton, upholsterer; 55; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute pneumonia; natural causes. Fungal damage

PEEL  COR/3/2/1914/35  3 Mar 1914

Contents:
Robert Herbert Wilson of 'Drayton House', Malthouse Road, Crawley, pupil farmer, son of Willliam Herbert Gylby Peel, of independent means; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; septicaemia following a wound in the right leg caused at Brooklyn Farm, Isfield, Sussex, on 26 Feb; accidental death

WEAVER  COR/3/2/1914/36  3 Mar 1914

Contents:
Charlotte of White Cottages, East Chiltington, Sussex, widow of John Weaver, jobbing gardener; 60; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following a necessary surgical operation properly performed; misadventure. For warrant see 35 above

FIELD  COR/3/2/1914/37  4 Mar 1914

Contents:
Catherine of 57 Islingword Street, Brighton; widow of Leonard Ernest Field, coach builder; 50; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease and long standing phthisis; natural causes

CORDINGLEY  COR/3/2/1914/38  5 Mar 1914

Contents:
Susan of 11 Manchester Street, Brighton, widow of Frederick Cordingley, engineer; 77; shock following fracture of the ribs caused by a fall on 23 Feb; accidental death

RANSON  COR/3/2/1914/39  12 Mar 1914

Contents:
Rosina Clara of 3 Albion Street, Brighton, daughter of James Henry Ranson, general labourer; 2; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe burns caused by her setting fire to her clothing at [home]; accidental death

MARSH  COR/3/2/1914/40  13 Mar 1914

Contents:
Ann of 24 Caledonian Road, Brighton, wife of William Marsh, jobbing gardener; 74; suddenly, heart failure following pleurisy; natural causes

HOLLAND  COR/3/2/1914/41  13 Mar 1914

Contents:
Ada Mary of 11 Whitecross Street, Brighton, widow of James Holland, courier; 61; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease and long standing pleurisy; natural causes. For warrant, see 40 above

SMITH  COR/3/2/1914/42  16 Mar 1914

Contents:
Cecil Gordon, son of Florence Smith of 38 Frederick Street, Brighton, barmaid; 7 weeks; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his mother; accidental suffocation. For warrant see 43 below

SHERBURN  COR/3/2/1914/43  16 Mar 1914

Contents:
Tom Woad of 13 Brindley Street, Hull, mate on board the SS 'Miown' which was wrecked off Shoreham in Feb 1913; 45; on the sea beach opposite Lewes Crescent; found drowned

HOLLAND  COR/3/2/1914/44  21 Mar 1914

Contents:
Mary of 38 Kensington Place, Brighton, wife of John Holland, law stationer; 67; suddenly, clot of blood in the right auricle of the heart caused by heart disease; natural causes

POLLARD  COR/3/2/1914/45  23 Mar 1914

Contents:
Walter de Boyne of 28 Clifton Hill, Brighton, tobacconist and stationer; 48; found dead, heart failure caused by double pneumonia and pericarditis; natural causes. For warrant see COR/3/2/1914/44

PREECE  COR/3/2/1914/46  23 Mar 1914

Contents:
Elizabeth of 31 Havelock Road, Brighton, spinster, daughter of Richard Preece, stonemason; 73; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

HUMPHREY  COR/3/2/1914/47  24 Mar 1914

Contents:
Hannah Mary of 80 Bentham Road, Brighton, wife of Frederick John Humphrey, tailor; 64; suddenly, valvular disease of the heart; natural causes

JEFFREY  COR/3/2/1914/48  30 Mar 1914

Contents:
Marjorie Florence, daughter of Trayton Edward Jeffrey of 14 Pelham Square, Brighton, timekeeper; 7 weeks; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 50 below

HOLMWOOD  COR/3/2/1914/49  30 Mar 1914

Contents:
Maria of 54 Toronto Terrace, Brighton, widow of George Holmwood, maltster; 77; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 50 below

TABORN  COR/3/2/1914/50  30 Mar 1914

Contents:
George of 45 Park Street, Brighton, cab driver; at 'Freshfield Mews'; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

HETHERING  COR/3/2/1914/51  31 Mar 1914

Contents:
Elizabeth Langley of 29 Walpole Terrace, Brighton' cook (domestic); 80; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

AUSTIN  COR/3/2/1914/52  2 Apr 1914

Contents:
Leonora of 31 Upper Park Place, Brighton, wife of Robert Austin, bath chairman; 46 suddenly, a clot of blood in the heart; natural causes

LUCAS  COR/3/2/1914/53  3 Apr 1914

Contents:
Jane of 30 Clyde Road, Brighton, spinster; 79; suddenly, syncope caused by heart disease; natural causes

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1914/54-91  Apr 1914 - Jun 1914

GOODWIN  COR/3/2/1914/92  29 Jun 1914

Contents:
Amelia of 12 Belmont Street, Brighton, widow of John Goodwin, house painter; 52; found dead, suddenly, strangulated hernia; natural causes. No notes

BENNETT  COR/3/2/1914/93  3 Jul 1914

Contents:
Florence May, daughter of John Bennett of 12 Park Crescent Place, Brighton, general labourer; 7 weeks; suddenly, pneumonia and pleurisy; natural causes. No notes

SWAN  COR/3/2/1914/94  9 Jul 1914

Contents:
Nathaniel of 2 Lavender Street, Brighton, general hawker; 71; at the Poor Law Institution Infirmary; heart failure following exhaustion caused by malnutrition; natural causes

DAVIS  COR/3/2/1914/95  20 Jul 1914

Contents:
Frederick of 1 Circus Court, Brighton, cabdriver; 56; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck; insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

FORD  COR/3/2/1914/96  25 Jul 1914

Contents:
of 'Pound House', Upper Beeding, Sussex, stable boy; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following rupture of the spleen caused by being kicked by a horse at Upper Beeding on 20 Jul; accidental death

MINGAY  COR/3/2/1914/97  27 Jul 1914

Contents:
Robert Thomas of 54 Milton Road, Stoke Newington, commercial traveller; 38; at the Poor Law Institution Infirmary; suddenly, heart failure following exhaustion caused by cancer of the bladder; natural causes

MARTIN  COR/3/2/1914/98  30 Jul 1914

Contents:
Walter, address unknown, London; 58; at 22 Guildford Street, Brighton; found dead, rupture of an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes

JAKEMAN  COR/3/2/1914/99  4 Aug 1914

Contents:
Edith of 'Mount Vernon', Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, nurse maid; 50; in Dyke Road, Brighton; fracture of the spinal cord caused by her having been run over by a motor car driven by Samuel Abraham Blake; accidental death

ELFORD  COR/3/2/1914/100  4 Aug 1914

Contents:
Edward of 18 Mount Pleasant, Brighton, milk carrier; 50; in St James's Street; severe internal injuries caused by his having been knocked down and run over by a motor bus driven by Herbert William Arthur Bates in St James Street; accidental death

GRAY  COR/3/2/1914/101  5 Aug 1914

Contents:
Albert Edward of 2 Richmond Hill, Brighton, son of Harry Alfred Gray, railway porter; 5 months; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; heart failure whilst under the influence of an anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a necessary surgical operation; misadventure

POCKNEY  COR/3/2/1914/102  6 Aug 1914

Contents:
William John of 5 John Street, Brighton, cab driver; 48; suddenly, heart failure caused by double pneumonia; natural causes

CLARKE  COR/3/2/1914/103  7 Aug 1914

Contents:
Harry Edward of 34 The Avenue, Bedford Park, London, physician and surgeon; 37; at 21 Brunswick Road, Hove; septic pneumonia following an immersion in the sea caused by the capsizing of a sailing vessel off Portobello on 2 Aug; accidental death

PRATT  COR/3/2/1914/104  10 Aug 1914

Contents:
George of 57 Islingword Place, Brighton, house painter: 71; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

WING  COR/3/2/1914/105  11 Aug 1914

Contents:
Reginald Tacy William Ingram, sergeant, 47th Battalion, Royal Field Artillery; 31; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and laceration of the brain caused by his having been kicked by a horse in a field adjoining the Barracks in Lewes Road; misadventure

MORLEY  COR/3/2/1914/106  21 Aug 1914

Contents:
Henry of 64 Queensbury Mews, Brighton, horse cabman; 83; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

SEDDON  COR/3/2/1914/107  22 Aug 1914

Contents:
William Edward Foster of 83 Upper Lloyd Street, Moss Side, Manchester, engineer's clerk; 29; drowned whilst bathing in the sea near the Paston Place groyne, Brighton; accidental death

SKITT alias STANLEY  COR/3/2/1914/108  22 Aug 1914

Contents:
George Cuthbert of 5 Duke Street, Brighton, motor char-a-banc inspector; 24; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe internal injuries caused by being run over by a motor char-a-banc driven by Henry Spencer on the highway between Brighton and Newhaven in the parish of Rottingdean

SMITHIES  COR/3/2/1914/109  27 Aug 1914

Contents:
Thomas Pearson of 22 Albert Terrace, Brighton, solicitor's clerk; 55; suddenly, heart failure caused by pericarditis and bronchitis; natural causes

LAWSON  COR/3/2/1914/110  27 Aug 1914

Contents:
Florence Frances of 5 Clifton Street, Brighton, wife of George Alexander Lawson, outfitter; 54; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

KENNARD  COR/3/2/1914/111  28 Aug 1914

Contents:
Richard of 19 Marine View, Brighton, son of Frederick Kennard, fish hawker; 3 weeks; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his mother; accidental suffocation

HOLE  COR/3/2/1914/112  29 Aug 1914

Contents:
William of 28 Newhaven Street, Brighton, china riveter; 60; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

CHARLTON  COR/3/2/1914/113  2 Sep 1914

Contents:
William Frederick of 22 Providence Place, Brighton, porter (domestic); 48; suddenly, heart failure and peritonitis; natural causes

ROBINSON known as TYE  COR/3/2/1914/114  3 Sep 1914

Contents:
Emily Elizabeth of 23 Russell Street, Brighton; 42; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes(The unmarried daughter of a London metal merchant, Robinson was perceived as the widow of Charles Alexander Tye, by whom she had children. Her true status was finally established by an affidavit of 1915)

CHAMPION  COR/3/2/1914/115  5 Sep 1914

Contents:
Frederick John of 54 Argyle Street, Brighton, of independent means; 38; suddenly, syncope caused by chronic alcoholism; natural causes

BUSHBY  COR/3/2/1914/116  7 Sep 1914

Contents:
Robert of 26 Robertson Road, Brighton, Corporation gardener; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by a fall from a window at [home], killed himself by throwing himself from a window whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

FITCHETT  COR/3/2/1914/117  7 Sep 1914

Contents:
Henry Thomas of 6 Jersey Street, Brighton, son of Thomas Fitchett, coach painter's labourer; 2; suddenly, acute meningitis; natural causes

STONER  COR/3/2/1914/118  7 Sep 1914

Contents:
Alfred George of 2 St Mary Magdalene Street, son of William Stoner, tailor; 4; suddenly, convulsions caused by incipient pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 117 above

WATERS  COR/3/2/1914/119  8 Sep 1914

Contents:
Alice Emily Eliza, daughter of Stephen John Waters of 4 Belton Place, Brighton, plasterer; 23 months; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Dyke Road; shock and severe burns caused by upsetting a jug of boiling water over herself at [home]; accidental death

PIKE  COR/3/2/1914/120  8 Sep 1914

Contents:
Catherine of 5 Cannon Place, Brighton, spinster, manageress; 55; at 'Desmond House', 3-4-5 Cannon Place; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

MACKAY  COR/3/2/1914/121  8 Sep 1914

Contents:
Eliza Ferguson of 30 Russell Square, Brighton, spinster, daughter of George Hamilton Mackay, banker; 37; suddenly, heart failure caused by a dilated heart and pleuro-pneumonia; natural causes

CARR  COR/3/2/1914/122  9 Sep 1914

Contents:
Riley Goolding of 6 Holmesdale Road, East Sheen, Surrey, of independent means; 42; at the New Ship Hotel, Brighton; asphyxia whilst endeavouring to swallow certain food; misadventure. For warrant see 123 below

CLARK  COR/3/2/1914/123  9 Sep 1914

Contents:
Harry of 9 Oxford Street, Brighton, Corporation gardener; 59; suddenly, heart failure caused by pleurisy and an internal abscess at the back of the neck; natural causes

DENYER  COR/3/2/1914/124  10 Sep 1914

Contents:
George Albert of 34 Baxter Street, natural causes, son of William George Denyer, plasterer; suddenly, convulsive fit caused by inflammation of the brain; natural causes

WALSH  COR/3/2/1914/125  12 Sep 1914

Contents:
Cyril John Joseph of St Anthony Villa, 33 Ismalia Road, Forest Gate, London, civil service student; 20; bathing in the sea near the Paston Place groyne, Brighton; accidental drowning

BROWN  COR/3/2/1914/126  15 Sep 1914

Contents:
William of 15 Rugby Place, Brighton, general labourer; 66; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck; no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

GOLDSMITH  COR/3/2/1914/127  17 Sep 1914

Contents:
Ernest Mark of 1 Little George Street, Brighton, general labourer; 36; suddenly, pneumonia aggravated by chronic alcoholism; natural causes

WOODBURN  COR/3/2/1914/128  17 Sep 1914

Contents:
son of Albert Woodburn of 38 Claremont Row, Brighton, fitter's labourer; 1 day; suddenly, imperfect expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes. For warrant see 127 above

NEWBERY  COR/3/2/1914/129  19 Sep 1914

Contents:
Francis Winston, son of Robert Alexander Newbery of 59 Carlton Hill, Brighton, army reservist; 22 months; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe burns caused by setting fire to his clothing at [home]; accidental death

STRINGER  COR/3/2/1914/130  21 Sep 1914

Contents:
Mary Ann of 7 St Michael's Place, Brighton, cook; 63; at All Saints Church, Compton Avenue; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty disease of the heart; natural causes

HODGINS  COR/3/2/1914/131  21 Sep 1914

Contents:
Robert, son of Thomas Hodgins of 8 Carisbroke Road, Brighton, of independent means; 11 months; suddenly, convulsions following pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 130 above

STEVENS  COR/3/2/1914/132  21 Sep 1914

Contents:
Sarah Ellen of 19 Caledonian Road, Brighton, wife of George Stevens, mechanic; 56; suddenly, heart disease accelerated by chronic alcoholism; natural causes. For warrant see 130 above

SUMMERS  COR/3/2/1914/133  22 Sep 1914

Contents:
Mary Ann of 39 Montpelier Street, Brighton, spinster, of independent means; 80; suddenly, heart failure caused by obstruction of the bowels; natural causes. For warrant see 134 below

LANGLEY  COR/3/2/1914/134  22 Sep 1914

Contents:
Richard of 8 Whichelo Place, Brighton, bricklayer; 57; in London Road; fracture of the ribs and other severe internal injuries caused by his having been knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by Gordon William Leicester; accidental death

DIPLOCK  COR/3/2/1914/135  24 Sep 1914

Contents:
David of 15 Frederick Gardens, Brighton, general porter; 70; found dead, suddenly, heart failure caused by long standing lung disease; natural causes

RICHES  COR/3/2/1914/136  6 Oct 1914

Contents:
Ellen of 21 Tichborne Street, Brighton, wife of Raynard Riches, ice cream vendor; 60; hypostatic pneumonia following the fracture of the right ankle caused by a fall whilst endeavouring to board a tramcar in Preston Circus on 25 Sep; accidental death

BLADES  COR/3/2/1914/137  6 Oct 1914

Contents:
Annie Maria of 165 Elm Grove, Brighton, wife of Frank MacHale Blades, master tailor; 42; suddenly, apoplexy; natural causes. For warrant see 136 above

BISHOP  COR/3/2/1914/138  6 Oct 1914

Contents:
George Cecil of 13 Scotland Street, Brighton, son of James Bishop, builder's labourer; 9; abscess in the lung and pneumonia accelerated by a burn to his left hand on 30 Sep; accidental death. For warrant see 136 above

STILLAWAY  COR/3/2/1914/139  9 Oct 1914

Contents:
Harriett of 7 Ivory Place, Brighton, spinster, charwoman; 60; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease and pleurisy; natural causes. For warrant see 136 above

STURT  COR/3/2/1914/140  10 Oct 1914

Contents:
Edwin of Sevelands Cottages, Plumpton, Sussex, general labourer; 64; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; heart failure whilst under the influence of an anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a necessary surgical operation; misadventure

HALCOMB  COR/3/2/1914/141  12 Oct 1914

Contents:
Florence Amelia of 3 Essex Cottages, Brighton, wife of Edward Barker Halcomb, general labourer; 47; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

CORK  COR/3/2/1914/142  16 Oct 1914

Contents:
Wallace Albert Henry, son of Walter George Cork of 20 Regent Street, Brighton, upholsterer; 5 weeks; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

PARMENTER  COR/3/2/1914/143  20 Oct 1914

Contents:
Sophia of 42 Southampton Street, Brighton, daughter of George Parmenter, private in the Royal Sussex Regiment; 6 weeks; suddenly, exhaustion following inflammation of the bowels and stomach caused by diarrhoea and sickness; natural causes. No inquest notes

PARKER  COR/3/2/1914/144  31 Oct 1914

Contents:
Ann of 47 King Street, Arundel, widow of George Parker, carpenter; 75; at 35 Shaftesbury Road; suddenly, heart failure caused by long standing lung disease; natural causes

PULLEN  COR/3/2/1914/145  2 Nov 1914

Contents:
George Henry of 48 St Mary Magdalene Street, Brighton, fish fryer; 37; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; heart failure whilst under the influence of an anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a necessary surgical operation; misadventure

HODGE  COR/3/2/1914/146  2 Nov 1914

Contents:
Florence Elizabeth of 10 Victoria Road, Kensington, London, parlour maid (domestic), daughter of James Hodge, grocer and provision merchant; 34; on the sea beach near the East Street groyne; killed herself by drowning herself in the sea, no evidence as to state of mind; suicide. For warrant see 147 below

HURST  COR/3/2/1914/147  2 Nov 1914

Contents:
William Henry Reginald of 45 Church Street, Brighton, son of William Henry Hurst, van driver; 7; at the Children's Hospital, Dyke Road; shock following fracture of the skull caused by his having been knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by Percy Sumner Saward in Queens Road; accidental death

READ  COR/3/2/1914/148  4 Nov 1914

Contents:
Olive of 267 Bear Road, Brighton, daughter of William Richard Read, carter; 3; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes

HALL  COR/3/2/1914/149  9 Nov 1914

Contents:
George Morris of 25 Grosvenor Street, Brighton, son of Joseph Hall, milk carrier; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes

CLOSE  COR/3/2/1914/150  9 Nov 1914

Contents:
Henry John of 16 Yardley Street, tinsmith; 64; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; suddenly, cerebral embolism; natural causes

GIDDING  COR/3/2/1914/151  10 Nov 1914

Contents:
Harriett Charlotte of 3 Percy Alms Houses, Hanover Place, Brighton, spinster; 92; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; cardiac failure due to senile decay; natural causes

ROGERS  COR/3/2/1914/152  12 Nov 1914

Contents:
Elsie of 5 Upper Hollingdean Road, Brighton, daughter of John Rogers, blacksmith; 11; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other severe injuries caused by being knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by John Frederick Drughorn in Lewes Road; accidental death

LUDBY  COR/3/2/1914/153  12 Nov 1914

Contents:
Robert of 35 Jersey Street, Brighton, general dealer; 68; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic heart disease; natural causes

KNOTT  COR/3/2/1914/154  12 Nov 1914

Contents:
Charles William, son of George William Knott of 101 Loder Street, Brighton, farm labourer; 19 months; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 153 above

MORLEY  COR/3/2/1914/155  14 Nov 1914

Contents:
William Andrew of 74 Lincoln Street, Brighton, plumber; 58; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

KELLY  COR/3/2/1914/156  16 Nov 1914

Contents:
Mary Ellen of 29 Hendon Street, Brighton, wife of William Kelly, assistant advertising inspector; 49; suddenly, chronic Bright's disease accelerated by want of proper nourishment and attention; natural causes

MANSFIELD  COR/3/2/1914/157  17 Nov 1914

Contents:
Queenie Lily May of 14 Picton Street, Brighton, daughter of James Mansfield, flower hawker; 14; at the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital, Dyke Road; suddenly, cerebellar abscess; natural causes

WESTCOTT  COR/3/2/1914/158  21 Nov 1914

Contents:
John James of 7 Whichelo Place, Brighton, gas fitter; 64; in Arundel Road; found dead, heart failure caused by heart failure; natural causes

TREGENZA  COR/3/2/1914/159  25 Nov 1914

Contents:
Leonard, son of Henry Tregenza of 55 Washington Street, Brighton, groom (domestic); 4 weeks; suddenly, abscess of the liver and pneumonia; natural causes

JOHNSON  COR/3/2/1914/160  27 Nov 1914

Contents:
Joseph of 26 Cavendish Street, Brighton, general labourer; 50; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes

JONES  COR/3/2/1914/161  1 Dec 1914

Contents:
Thomas of 8 Upper Rock Gardens, physician and surgeon; 85; suddenly, rupture of the heart; natural causes

WRIGHT  COR/3/2/1914/162  1 Dec 1914

Contents:
daughter of John Henry Wright of 29 St Martin's Place, Brighton, hotel porter; newly born; inattention at birth. For warrant see 161 above

WILKINS  COR/3/2/1914/163  2 Dec 1914

Contents:
Henry George of 80 London Road, East Grinstead, Sussex, fishmonger (journeyman); 55; at 28 Surrey Street, Brighton; suddenly, syncope caused by pneumonia; natural causes. Incomplete police report

DUNFORD  COR/3/2/1914/164  4 Dec 1914

Contents:
William Emery of 44 North Gardens, Brighton, former house painter (journeyman); 83; suddenly, heart failure caused by broncho-pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 165 below

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1914/165  4 Dec 1914

Contents:
male; on the sea beach near the New Steine groyne; found drowned

MEREDYTH  COR/3/2/1914/166  4 Dec 1914

Contents:
William Herbert Felix of 1 Lucerne Road, Brighton, of independent means; 47; suddenly, heart failure caused by broncho-pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 165 above

JONES  COR/3/2/1914/167  11 Dec 1914

Contents:
Charles, gunner in HM Army; 19; heart failure whilst under the influence of an anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a necessary operation in dentistry; misadventure. For warrant see 168 below

HEARNE  COR/3/2/1914/168  11 Dec 1914

Contents:
Grace Emily of 115 Isfield Road, South Kensington, London, draper's assistant; 27; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; rupture of the liver caused by being knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by Herbert Hinton Briggs on Marine Parade; accidental death(Deceased, who had been staying in Brighton under the name Maud Desmond, was treated as an Unknown, later identified by her sister from a hospital photograph)

WINTLE  COR/3/2/1914/169  12 Dec 1914

Contents:
Betty Eileen of 25 London Road, Brighton, daughter of Richard James Wintle, fruiterer's manager; 2; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia following measles; natural causes

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1914/170  14 Dec 1914

Contents:
male person; floating in the sea opposite the Royal Crescent Hotel, Marine Parade; found drowned. For warrant see 172 below

HALL  COR/3/2/1914/171  14 Dec 1914

Contents:
newly born twin son of William Hall of 6 Nelson Place, Brighton, plasterer; born dead. Inquisition only; for warrant and other documentation see 172 below

HALL  COR/3/2/1914/172  14 Dec 1914

Contents:
Henry, twin son of William Hall of 6 Nelson Place, Brighton, plasterer; inattention at birth

WHITELAW  COR/3/2/1914/173  15 Dec 1914

Contents:
Robert Nelson of 3 Wentworth Street, Brighton, plumber; 55; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; suddenly, abscess on the base of the brain; natural causes

SPYER  COR/3/2/1914/174  16 Dec 1914

Contents:
Mary Jane Barbara of no fixed abode, wife of Richard Alfred Spyer, engine fitter; 48; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; suddenly, paralysis of the heart caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes

DARLEY  COR/3/2/1914/175  17 Dec 1914

Contents:
Henry Charles of 16 Ditchling Road, Brighton, chemist; 81; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes. For warrant see 177 below

DIMOND  COR/3/2/1914/176  17 Dec 1914

Contents:
Francis George of 6 Havelock Road, Brighton, railway accountant; 37; shock caused by a fall on 12 Dec; accidental death. For warrant see 177 below

FARRANT  COR/3/2/1914/177  17 Dec 1914

Contents:
Mary Ann of 2 Liverpool Street, wife of George Farrant, house painter; 58; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

PUDDICK  COR/3/2/1914/178  22 Dec 1914

Contents:
Henry James of 24 Montreal Road, Brighton, railway plate layer; 38; at 8 Trafalgar Street; suddenly, rupture of an artery in the neck caused by a cancerous growth; natural causes

PELLING  COR/3/2/1914/179  26 Dec 1914

Contents:
William of 17 Guildford Street, Brighton, jobbing bricklayer; 56; whilst being conveyed in a motor car from 89 Montpelier Road to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by his having fallen from the roof of 89 Montpelier Road; accidental death

HAMILTON  COR/3/2/1914/180  26 Dec 1914

Contents:
Eric Godfrey Norman, son of George Penn Hamilton of 5 Tichborne Street, Brighton, actor; 4 weeks; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

BANKS  COR/3/2/1914/181  29 Dec 1914

Contents:
Elizabeth Frances, daughter of Frances Banks of 33 Trevor Gardens, Brighton, housemaid (domestic); 5 months; at 14 Edinburgh Road; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia; natural causes. No warrant

WILSON  COR/3/2/1914/182  30 Dec 1914

Contents:
Ernest, son of Ernest Wilson of 5 Regents Row, Brighton, piano porter; 5 months; suddenly, exhaustion caused by marasmus; natural causes

CHURCHILL  COR/3/2/1914/183  30 Dec 1914

Contents:
Alice of 35 North Gardens, Brighton, wife of Harry Churchill, house painter; 48; suddenly, consumption; natural causes

STRONG  COR/3/2/1914/184  30 Dec 1914

Contents:
Kathleen Alice Percival, daughter of Walter Strong of 51 Southover Street, Brighton, actor; 3 months; suddenly, heart failure caused by broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

INQUESTS OF 1915  COR/3/2/1915  1915

LYNAM  COR/3/2/1915/1  5 Jan 1915

Contents:
John German of 57 Hova Villas, Hove, retired Commissioner of Police in India; 84; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe injuries to both legs caused by his having been knocked down and run over by a motor bus driven by Harry Victor Buckman in Hova Villas; accidental death

MANT  COR/3/2/1915/2  6 Jan 1915

Contents:
Herbert Leslie of 10 Rock Street, Brighton, son of Charles Edward Mant, bricklayer; 3; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe scalds caused by upsetting a saucepan of boiling water used for cooking purposes; accidental death

LYON  COR/3/2/1915/3  7 Jan 1915

Contents:
Minnie Sophia of 19 St Mary Magdalene Street, Brighton, daughter of Frances Lyon, ironer; 4 months; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute dyspepsia; natural causes

NIBLETT  COR/3/2/1915/4  8 Jan 1915

Contents:
Emma of 5 Aberdeen Road, Brighton, spinster, daughter of Henry Niblett, cabinet maker; 66; suddenly, heart failure caused by old standing pleurisy and congestion of one lung; natural causes

SMART  COR/3/2/1915/5  8 Jan 1915

Contents:
Ethel Caroline of 63 Lewes Street, Brighton; suddenly, convulsive fit following pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 4 above

GOBLE  COR/3/2/1915/6  11 Jan 1915

Contents:
Daniel of 22 Richmond Street, Brighton, fish hawker; 77; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; shock and haemorrhage of the brain caused by falling down the stairs at the Crown and Sceptre PH, 110 Sussex Street; accidental death

CROKER  COR/3/2/1915/7  12 Jan 1915

Contents:
Gladys Evelyn of the Pump House Tavern, 46 Market Street, Brighton, daughter of Henry Croker, licensed victualler; 6; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital; shock following rupture of the liver and other severe injuries caused by deceased having been knocked down by a taxi cab colliding with her in Western Road, such collision being the result of culpable negligence on the part of Charles Eustace the driver in leaving the taxi cab without proper attendant in Deane Street adjoining Western Street; manslaughter

BENNETT  COR/3/2/1915/8  13 Jan 1915

Contents:
John Gladstone of 56 York Road, Hove, retired general merchant; 73; at 130 Western Road; suddenly, old standing heart disease; natural causes

GREEN  COR/3/2/1915/9  13 Jan 1915

Contents:
Julia Ann of 78 Ewart Street, Brighton, spinster, old age pensioner; 80; suddenly, uraemia caused by kidney disease; natural causes. For warrant see 8 above

PANNETT  COR/3/2/1915/10  15 Jan 1915

Contents:
Joseph Olive of Warren Farm, Rottingdean, Sussex, farmer; 60; whilst being conveyed from Warren Farm to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following fracture of the ribs and other severe injuries caused by his being attacked by a bull; misadventure

NAILARD  COR/3/2/1915/11  15 Jan 1915

Contents:
Ernest Dunbar, son of Alfred Willie Nailard of 65 Ditchling Road, Brighton, licensed victualler; 7 months; suddenly, tuberculosis of the lungs; natural causes

PAUSON  COR/3/2/1915/12  18 Jan 1915

Contents:
Francis Charles of 43 Cleveland Road, Brighton, tailor's traveller; 51; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease of old standing; natural causes. For warrant see 16 below

WILKS  COR/3/2/1915/13  18 Jan 1915

Contents:
John Henry of 20 Rochester Street, Brighton, railway labourer; 47; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm near the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 16 below

POINTING  COR/3/2/1915/14  18 Jan 1915

Contents:
Albert, inmate of the Workhouse Temporary Home for the Aged, 'Sussex House', Norfolk Terrace, Brighton, former carpenter (journeyman); 69; suddenly, haemorrhage into the cerebellar portion of the brain; natural causes. For warrant see 16 below

ATKINSON  COR/3/2/1915/15  18 Jan 1915

Contents:
Alexander Wing of 76 Princes Road, Brighton, no occupation; 77; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. For warrant see 16 below

COLLINS  COR/3/2/1915/16  18 Jan 1915

Contents:
William Edward of 5 New Dorset Street, Brighton, greengrocer's assistant; 36; suddenly, double pneumonia and pleurisy; natural causes

WEST  COR/3/2/1915/17  19 Jan 1915

Contents:
Elizabeth of 25 Foundry Street, Brighton, wife of Herbert West, general labourer; 42; suddenly, heart failure following double pneumonia; natural causes

BANKS  COR/3/2/1915/18  19 Jan 1915

Contents:
Caroline of 5 Whichelo Place, Brighton, widow of James Banks, cab driver; 49; suddenly, heart failure caused by congestion and oedema of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 17 above

BOTHAMLEY  COR/3/2/1915/19  19 Jan 1915

Contents:
Annie of 88 St Julian's Farm Road, West Norwood, Surrey, wife of Thomas Bothamley, commercial traveller; 36; on the sea beach opposite Royal Crescent, Brighton; found drowned, killed herself by drowning herself in the sea whilst temporarily of unsound mind. For warrant see 17 above

MERRILL  COR/3/2/1915/20  19 Jan 1915

Contents:
newly born daughter of Elizabeth Merrill of Brighton Workhouse, boarding house waitress; at the Workhouse Infirmary; congestion of the lungs caused by want of proper attention at birth and exposure by adjournment from 29 Dec 1914

FRANCIS  COR/3/2/1915/21  20 Jan 1915

Contents:
Isaac of no fixed abode, formerly of 36 Davis Street, Avonmouth, at the time of death lodging at 1 Carlton Street, Brighton, groom; 37; general tuberculosis; natural causes. For warrant see 22 below

WILLIS  COR/3/2/1915/22  20 Jan 1915

Contents:
Annie of 22 Grosvenor Street, Brighton, 59; widow of Louis Willis, cabman; 59; found dead, suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes

EVANS  COR/3/2/1915/23  21 Jan 1915

Contents:
Sarah Ann of 26 Nelson Street, Brighton, widow of Charles Evans, flower seller; 56; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

FRIEND  COR/3/2/1915/24  21 Jan 1915

Contents:
Kate Augusta of 80 Queens Park Road, Brighton, wife of Francis Gregory Friend, of independent means; 42; suddenly, jaundice and cirrhosis of the liver; natural causes. For warrant see 23 above

BUTCHER  COR/3/2/1915/25  23 Jan 1915

Contents:
William Augustus of 17 Preston Street, Brighton, antique dealer; 58; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia and pleurisy and accelerated by alcoholic excess; natural causes. For warrant see 26 below

PILBEAM  COR/3/2/1915/26  23 Jan 1915

Contents:
Eliza of 15 Park Place, Brighton, widow of George Pilbeam, general labourer; 73; heart failure caused by double pneumonia; natural causes

BALL  COR/3/2/1915/27  25 Jan 1915

Contents:
Sarah of 41 Stafford Road, Brighton, widow of John Ball, solicitor; 74; found dead, fracture of the neck caused by having fallen down the stairs at [home]; accidental death. For warrant see 29 below

LUCKHURST  COR/3/2/1915/28  25 Jan 1915

Contents:
George Edward of 27 Hollingdean Terrace, night watchman; 70; suddenly, pneumonia of the left lung; natural causes. For warrant see 29 below

EARL  COR/3/2/1915/29  25 Jan 1915

Contents:
Rebecca of 43 Belgrave Street, Brighton, wife of John Earl, foreman baker; 50; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

DEAN  COR/3/2/1915/30  27 Jan 1915

Contents:
Charles, son of Frederick Henry Dean of 68 Redvers Road, Brighton, blacksmith; newly born; imperfect expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes

MARTIN  COR/3/2/1915/31  28 Jan 1915

Contents:
Elizabeth Ann of 13 Lorne Road, Brighton, widow of John Martin, surveyor; 73; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and septic absorption following fracture of the ribs and other injuries caused by being knocked down by a horse attached to a van driven by Charles Feint in London Road on 18 Jan; accidental death

BECK  COR/3/2/1915/32  28 Jan 1915

Contents:
Daniel Henry of 19 Upper Russell Street, Brighton, hand-chair man; 80; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease; natural causes

SAMSON  COR/3/2/1915/33  27 Jan 1915

Contents:
Richard of 30 Grosvenor Street, Brighton, old age pensioner, former cabman; 93; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease; natural causes

TEE  COR/3/2/1915/34  30 Jan 1915

Contents:
daughter of Alfred James Tee of 4 New England Street, Brighton, railway machinist; newly born; asphyxiation caused by want of proper attention at birth

SANSOM  COR/3/2/1915/35  1 Feb 1915

Contents:
Martha of 'Forest View', ?Surbiton Heath [Surrey], at the time of her death lodging at 32 George Street, Brighton, wife of Edwin Sansom, farrier; 37; suddenly, cerebral tumour; natural causes

CARTER  COR/3/2/1915/36  4 Feb 1915

Contents:
Dorothy Agnes of 19 Carlton Hill, Brighton, daughter of Joseph James Carter, house painter; 10; found dead, convulsive fit caused by incipient congestion of the lungs; natural causes

HONEYSETT  COR/3/2/1915/37  5 Feb 1915

Contents:
Frances of 72 Riley Road, Brighton, spinster, housekeeper (domestic); 65; suddenly, heart failure caused by emphysema of the lungs; natural causes

BRAY  COR/3/2/1915/38  9 Feb 1915

Contents:
James of 28 Crescent Cottages, Brighton, son of Horace Bray, general labourer; 18 days; suddenly, collapse of the lungs caused by infantile weakness; natural causes

DEVENISH  COR/3/2/1915/39  9 Feb 1915

Contents:
Susan of 5 Fairlight Place, Brighton, widow of Charles Devenish, carpenter; 60; suddenly, apoplexy; natural causes. For warrant see 38 above

SOANES  COR/3/2/1915/40  10 Feb 1915

Contents:
Naomi of 111a Albion Hill, Brighton, spinster; 80; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia; natural causes

MEAD  COR/3/2/1915/41  10 Feb 1915

Contents:
John Valentine of 23 Francis Street, Brighton, house painter; 41; suddenly, heart failure caused by valvular disease of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 40 above

HUNT  COR/3/2/1915/42  12 Feb 1915

Contents:
Thomas Samuel of 38 Cobden Road, Brighton, old age pensioner, former grocer; 80; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following the fracture of the right leg caused by a fall at home on 7 Feb; accidental death

WATSON  COR/3/2/1915/43  12 Feb 1915

Contents:
Louisa of 16 Herbert Road, Brighton, spinster, daughter of Samuel Watson, hat manufacturer; 76; suddenly, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes

MASE  COR/3/2/1915/44  12 Feb 1915

Contents:
Albert, son of Charles Thomas Mase of 16 Mafeking Road, Brighton, blacksmith's mate; 13 days; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 43 above

KNIGHT  COR/3/2/1915/45  12 Feb 1915

Contents:
Richard of 4 Oxford Place, Brighton, hand chairman; 70; in North Road; heart failure caused by excitement and accelerated by chronic bronchitis; natural causes. For warrant see 43 above

HOARE  COR/3/2/1915/46  15 Feb 1915

Contents:
Elizabeth of 57 Lavender Street, Brighton, wife of Garrett Hoare, furniture dealer; 62; suddenly, heart failure following emphysema; natural causes. For warrant see 47 below

COCCIOLETTI  COR/3/2/1915/47  15 Feb 1915

Contents:
Raymond Ettore, son of Ettore Coccioletti of Queens Hotel, Leicester Square, London, hotel manager; 5 months; at 19 Cannon Place; convulsive fit following pneumonia in the right lung; natural causes

FENOULHET  COR/3/2/1915/48  15 Feb 1915

Contents:
Arthur Wade of 7 Whitehawk Road, Brighton, Indian waters pilot; 74; found dead, double pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 47 above

GREEN  COR/3/2/1915/49  16 Feb 1915

Contents:
George William of 54 Albion Hill, Brighton, son of Harry Green, army reservist on active service, formerly house painter; 3 months; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes

WALSH  COR/3/2/1915/50  17 Feb 1915

Contents:
Louisa Annie of 54 Hereford Street, Brighton, widow, charwoman; 58; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by her having been knocked down and run over by a taxi cab driven by Ernest Albert Martin Holmes on the Grand Junction Road; accidental death

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1915/51-100  Feb 1915 - Apr 1915

TUGWELL  COR/3/2/1915/101  26 Apr 1915

Contents:
Elizabeth of 59 Albion Hill, Brighton, wife of George Tugwell, general labourer; 60; suddenly, pleuro-pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

FRANKLIN  COR/3/2/1915/102  27 Apr 1915

Contents:
James, son of Robert William Franklin of 59 Lavender Street, Brighton, horse-cab driver; 15 months; suddenly, heart failure caused by double pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

REECKS  COR/3/2/1915/103  29 Apr 1915

Contents:
Charles James of 15 Chapel Street, Brighton, punter; 51; suddenly, heart failure caused by old standing heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 105 below. Fragile: fungal damage

KEMISH  COR/3/2/1915/104  29 Apr 1915

Contents:
newly born daughter of Henry Seaward Kemish, sapper, Royal Engineers; at 18 Hanover Street, Brighton; suffocation caused by want of proper attention at birth. For warrant see 105 below. Fragile: fungal damage

SMITH  COR/3/2/1915/105  29 Apr 1915

Contents:
Rosina of 28 Tichborne Street, Brighton, wife of George Henry Smith, general labourer; 39; killed herself by hanging herself by the neck whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. Fragile: fungal damage

LAWRENCE  COR/3/2/1915/106  30 Apr 1915

Contents:
Ethel of 74 Milner Road, Brighton, daughter of Richard John Lawrence, lance corporal in the ASC; 2; suddenly, acute pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

FENN  COR/3/2/1915/107  30 Apr 1915

Contents:
Mary Ann of 13 Bath Street, Brighton, wife of Charles Howard Fenn, retired draper; 77; in Dyke Road, opposite Montpelier Mews; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 106 above. Fragile: fungal damage

NUTLEY  COR/3/2/1915/108  7 May 1915

Contents:
Ethel Bertha of 34 North Gardens, Brighton, daughter of Francis Nutley, sapper in the Royal Engineers, now in France; 4; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children; shock following severe burns caused by setting fire to her clothing; accidental death by adjournment from 23 Apr

FULKES alias CHAPMAN  COR/3/2/1915/109  11 May 1915

Contents:
Emma of 9 Bloomsbury Street, Brighton, spinster; 78; at 20 Marine Square; fracture of the skull caused by a fall down the area steps at 20 Marine Square; accidental death. For warrant see 112 below

DAVEY  COR/3/2/1915/110  11 May 1915

Contents:
Edith of 22 Albert Road, Brighton, spinster of no occupation, daughter of William Bartholomew Davey, church sexton; 34; fracture of the skull caused by jumping from a window at [home], killed herself whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. For warrant see 112 below

KENNARD  COR/3/2/1915/111  11 May 1915

Contents:
Charles, son of Frederick Kennard of 7 Lynton Street, Brighton, road sweeper; 10 days; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his parents; accidental suffocation. For warrant see 112 below

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1915/112  11 May 1915

Contents:
female child; newly born; in a lane leading from the Race Hill to Walpole Road, Brighton; found dead; suffocation

COOK  COR/3/2/1915/113  12 May 1915

Contents:
Georgiana Ann of 72 Hanover Street, Brighton, widow of William Cook, chef; 75; shock following fracture of the ribs caused by a fall at [home] of 2 May; accidental death

FORSTER  COR/3/2/1915/114  14 May 1915

Contents:
George Frederick of 10 St Mary Magdalene Street, Brighton, house painter; 65; at 4 Sussex Square (branch of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary); suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes

PANNETT  COR/3/2/1915/115  20 May 1915

Contents:
Doris Kate of 4 Beaufort Terrace, Brighton, daughter of William Henry Pannett, carter, now driver in the ASC; 6; suddenly, heart failure caused by valvular disease of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 116 below

DENNY  COR/3/2/1915/116  20 May 1915

Contents:
Harry of 13 George Street, Brighton, cab driver; 73; at 5 Eastern Terrace (temporary Workhouse Infirmary); heart failure caused by insufficient nourishment and self-neglect

SORRELL  COR/3/2/1915/117  26 May 1915

Contents:
Jane, wife of Charles Sorrell of 70 Colgrave or Colgate Road, Stratford, London; 73; on the sea beach off the East Street groyne; found drowned. For warrant see 118 below

MANNING  COR/3/2/1915/118  26 May 1915

Contents:
son of Anne Manning, singlewoman, cook (domestic); newly born; in a 3rd class waiting room at the Central Station, Brighton; found dead, insufficient evidence as to whether deceased had had separate life; suffocation(The mother was prosecuted)

PULLEN  COR/3/2/1915/119  31 May 1915

Contents:
William of 9 Surrey Street, Shoreham, assistant ganger, LB&SC Railway; 57; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; severe internal injuries caused by his having been knocked down by an engine attached to a passenger train driven by Harry Chapman near Beeding siding signal box on the LB&SC railway of 26 May; accidental death. Fragile; fungal damage

BELCHER  COR/3/2/1915/120  3 Jun 1915

Contents:
Ernest Percy of 63 Queen's Park Road, Brighton, son of Ernest Belcher, undertaker's assistant; 7; on the sea beach opposite Grafton Street; electric shock caused by deceased's body coming in contact with the electric current used in working the Electric Railway on the sea beach; accidental death by adjournment from 28 May. (The jury added a rider in three parts recommending the introduction of safety measures on the Volks line)

ELPHICK  COR/3/2/1915/121  4 Jun 1915

Contents:
Charley of 22 Melbourne Street, Brighton, general labourer; 39; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic heart disease; natural causes

CRAYDEN  COR/3/2/1915/122  7 Jun 1915

Contents:
Harry of 6 Bonechurch Road, Brighton, deep sea fisherman; 61; suffocation by hanging himself by his neck, killed himself, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

BARRETT  COR/3/2/1915/123  7 Jun 1915

Contents:
Robert, driver, 24th Divisional Ammunition Column, RFA, Happy Valley Camp, Shoreham, enlisted at Hull, Yorkshire; 23; at the King's Head PH, West Street, Brighton; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. For warrant, see 122 above

DODDS  COR/3/2/1915/124  11 Jun 1915

Contents:
Mary of 1 Castle Street, Brighton, spinster, daughter of the late Thomas Dodds MD; 78; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; cerebral haemorrhage caused by being knocked down by a bicycle ridden by Claudius William Woollford in Western Road; accidental death

SICKELMORE  COR/3/2/1915/125  14 Jun 1915

Contents:
Charity Emma of 38 Middle Street, Brighton, wife of William Sickelmore, muffin and crumpet maker; 79; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease and chronic bronchitis; natural causes

TINDELL  COR/3/2/1915/126  18 Jun 1915

Contents:
Hannah of 50 Islingword Place, Brighton, wife of Frank Tindell, seaman petty officer; 51; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute pneumonia and fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

WOOD  COR/3/2/1915/127  18 Jun 1915

Contents:
Emily of 19 Islingword Road, Brighton, wife of Walter Henry Wood, plumber; 49; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. For warrant see 126 above

HOOKER  COR/3/2/1915/128  18 Jun 1915

Contents:
Harriett of 23 Edward Street, Brighton, wife of Alfred Hooker, baker (master); 40; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart. For warrant see 126 above

BATES  COR/3/2/1915/129  21 Jun 1915

Contents:
William of 138 Newport Road, Leyton, London, retired custom-house official; 74; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; pneumonia following an immersion in the sea caused by his having jumped from a motor boat into the sea off Brighton on 9 Jun, killed himself, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

HEAD  COR/3/2/1915/130  22 Jun 1915

Contents:
Gilbert Humphrey of Collingford Farm, Danehill, Sussex, farmer; 23; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; died whilst undergoing a surgical operation necessitated by a gun shot wound in the left shoulder caused by William Browning of Pepper Alley, Danehill, who shot him with wilful intent; wilful murder against William Browning. Fragile: fungal damage

BANKS  COR/3/2/1915/131  24 Jun 1915

Contents:
Lilian Rose of 4 Bembridge Street, Brighton, daughter of Albert Victor Banks, carter; 2; suddenly, double pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

STRONG  COR/3/2/1915/132  25 Jun 1915

Contents:
Elizabeth Selina of 23 Buckingham Street, Brighton, spinster, daughter of the late Thomas Strong, builder (master); 84; exhaustion caused by a cancerous growth accelerated by cerebral haemorrhage the result of a fall on 16 Jun; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

SLIGHT  COR/3/2/1915/133  26 Jun 1915

Contents:
Alfred John of 51 Portland Street, Brighton, lifeboatman; 54; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

BARNES  COR/3/2/1915/134  1 Jul 1915

Contents:
Jane of 5 Ladysmith Road, Brighton, wife of Tom Barnes, draper's assistant; 72; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

SHORT  COR/3/2/1915/135  5 Jul 1915

Contents:
Ann of 32 Park Crescent, Brighton, widow of Richard Samuel Henderson Spilsbury Short, dissenting minister; 91; suddenly, heart failure caused by senile decay; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

SIMPSON  COR/3/2/1915/136  5 Jul 1915

Contents:
David, private 3599 of the Black Watch Royal Highlanders, 48; at the Military Hospital, 16 Lewes Crescent, Brighton, a branch of the 2nd Eastern General Hospital; fracture of the skull and cerebral haemorrhage caused by his having been violently assaulted and knocked down by one James Wardlaw in Sheep Street on 2 Jul; manslaughter. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant see 135 above. Copy inquisition; no notes

SILSBY  COR/3/2/1915/137  6 Jul 1915

Contents:
Charles Caleb of the Lodge, Bolney Grange, Sussex, general labourer; 19; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; compression of the brain caused by haemorrhage the result of a fall at Hassocks railway station on 28 Jun; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant, see 138 below

BARBER  COR/3/2/1915/138  6 Jul 1915

Contents:
Charles Henry of 12 Shaftesbury Road, Post Office telegraphist; 51; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic Bright's disease; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

BARRY  COR/3/2/1915/139  6 Jul 1915

Contents:
William George of 30 Bedford Square, Brighton, solicitor (retired); 72; suddenly, heart failure caused by old kidney disease and engorgement of the lungs; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant see 138 above

DAVIES  COR/3/2/1915/140  7 Jul 1915

Contents:
Albert Edward of 47 Kemp Street, Brighton, of independent means; 44; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck; no evidence as to state of mind; suicide. Fragile: fungal damage

KOTTAUN  COR/3/2/1915/141  9 Jul 1915

Contents:
Elizabeth of 22 North Place, Brighton; 50; wife of Julius Martz Kottaun, musician; 50; suddenly, heart failure caused by pericarditis; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

WEEDON  COR/3/2/1915/142  12 Jul 1915

Contents:
Pelham of 10a Madeira Place, Brighton, son of Clegram Weedon, shipping merchant's clerk; 16; drowned whilst bathing in the sea opposite the Old Chain Pier Bazaar, Madeira Road; accidentally drowned. Fragile: fungal damage

SLIWINSKY  COR/3/2/1915/143  17 Jul 1915

Contents:
Jerome Stanley of 5 Cranbourne Street, Brighton, son of Paul Stanislaw Sliwinsky, hair dresser; 2 1/2; in West Street; fracture of the skull and laceration of the brain caused by being knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by Sidney Robert Clarke; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

OSBORNE  COR/3/2/1915/144  17 Jul 1915

Contents:
Ebenezer of 193 Elm Grove, Brighton, general labourer; 62; found dead, killed himself by hanging himself by the neck, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant, see 143 above

RANSON  COR/3/2/1915/145  19 Jul 1915

Contents:
John Francis of 9 Guildford Street, Brighton, jobbing tailor; 74; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant, see 143 above

RICE  COR/3/2/1915/146  16 Jul 1915

Contents:
William of 7 St Martin's Street, Brighton, slaughterman; 46; whilst being conveyed in the motor ambulance from 111 Lewes Road to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; [...] caused by his having been unlawfully assaulted and knocked down by one Edward James Marchant in Lewes Road; manslaughter. Copy inquisition; no notes

EDWARDS  COR/3/2/1915/147  19 Jul 1915

Contents:
Clara Jane of 11 Hampton Place, Brighton, wife of Rochfort Gustavus Edwards, estate agent; 57; suddenly, gastritis aggravated by the weak of condition of the deceased caused by her suffering from a tumour in the uterus; natural causes; 19 Jul 1915. For warrant see 146 above

SHEPPARD  COR/3/2/1915/148  19 Jul 1915

Contents:
Francis of 168 Hollingdean Terrace, Brighton, wine and spirits merchant's manager; 58; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

SHERIDAN  COR/3/2/1915/149  19 Jul 1915

Contents:
Gwendoline Lily of 44 Frederick Street, Brighton, 3 weeks; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia; natural causes; 19 Jul 1915. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant see 148 above

BUCKWELL  COR/3/2/1915/150  22 Jul 1915

Contents:
Harold Vivian of 25 Henry Street, son of Charles Ronald Buckwell, serving in the Veterinary Corps, stationed at Greenwich; 3; suddenly, acute pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

KNIGHT  COR/3/2/1915/151  24 Jul 1915

Contents:
Margaret Kathleen Elizabeth of 17 Spring Gardens, Brighton; 4 months; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia; natural causes

CUDLIP  COR/3/2/1915/152  26 Jul 1915

Contents:
James Bowden of 41 Arngash Road, Catford, London, tinplate worker; 59; at 51 Russell Street, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by dilatation of the heart and stomach; natural causes

SLEIGH  COR/3/2/1915/153  29 Jul 1915

Contents:
Joseph of 70 Preston Street, Brighton, valet; 60; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

BEAGLEY  COR/3/2/1915/154  3 Aug 1915

Contents:
George of High Bank, Steyning, Sussex, farm labourer; 65; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; inflammation of the bladder and kidneys the result of fracture of the spine caused by deceased having fallen from a straw stack at Steyning on 9 Jun; accidental death

HULSE  COR/3/2/1915/155  3 Aug 1915

Contents:
Frances Mary of 5 Ruskin Road, Hove, wife of Henry Hulse, butler; 67; in North Street; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

SPIR  COR/3/2/1915/156  5 Aug 1915

Contents:
John of 21 Camelford Street, Brighton, school boy, son of Charles Ephraim Spir, electrician; 8; suddenly, heart failure caused by tubercular disease of the glands of his perineal cavity; natural causes

CARTWRIGHT  COR/3/2/1915/157  6 Aug 1915

Contents:
Thomas Edward of 21 Leppoc Road, Clapham Common [London SW4], civil servant; 47; at 146 Eastern Road; suddenly, heart failure caused by influenza poisoning; natural causes

HAYES  COR/3/2/1915/158  9 Aug 1915

Contents:
Mary Theresa, daughter of Edward Patrick Hayes of 17 Fulbourne Road, Wood Street, Walthamstow [London E17], milk carrier; 10 months; at 35 North Gardens; suddenly, convulsive fit caused by broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

BARGE  COR/3/2/1915/159  10 Aug 1915

Contents:
William Robert Phillip Heath of 53 London Road, Brighton, white metal worker; 75; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease; natural causes

KELLEHER  COR/3/2/1915/160  11 Aug 1915

Contents:
John of 5 Russell Place, Brighton, naval pensioner; 76; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart and bronchitis; natural causes. For warrant, see 161 below

MARCHANT  COR/3/2/1915/161  11 Aug 1915

Contents:
Susannah of 52 Lennox Street, Brighton, wife of Stephen Marchant, plasterer; 72; suddenly, congestion of the lungs following bronchitis; natural causes

WALKER  COR/3/2/1915/162  16 Aug 1915

Contents:
Jessie Appleton of 25 Soutdown Road, Brighton, spinster, daughter of Thomas Walker, retired railway clerk; 47; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

ALFREY  COR/3/2/1915/163  18 Aug 1915

Contents:
William James of 277 Queen's Park Road, Brighton, schoolboy, son of Joseph Alfrey, grocer (master);15; in the sea opposite the Old Chain Pier Bazaar; drowned whilst bathing in the sea; accidental drowning

TOWNSEND  COR/3/2/1915/164  18 Aug 1915

Contents:
Ellen Kate of 9 Clifton Hill, Brighton, general servant (domestic); 19; septic pneumonia following a septic condition of the uterus caused by an injury self-inflicted for the purpose of procuring abortion; misadventure

GROUT  COR/3/2/1915/165  20 Aug 1915

Contents:
Frederick of 78 Elm Grove, Brighton, master baker; 44; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease; natural causes. For warrant, see 164 above

JAY  COR/3/2/1915/166  20 Aug 1915

Contents:
Herbert Charles, private in the 3rd Royal Sussex Regiment, Newhaven; 18; at St Mark's School Branch of the 2nd Eastern Hospital; exhaustion following general paralysis caused by a fall at Newhaven on 28 May(The War Office made inquiries about this death in 1917)

SQUIRES  COR/3/2/1915/167  23 Aug 1915

Contents:
Arnold Matthew Francis, insurance agent; 52; at 4 Sussex Square, a temporary infirmary of the Poor Law Institution; suddenly, convulsive fit caused by kidney disease; natural causes

PELLING  COR/3/2/1915/168  23 Aug 1915

Contents:
Walter of 63 Coventry Street, Brighton, jobbing gardener; 69; on the sea beach near the East Street groyne; found drowned. For warrant, see 167 above

WALLER alias McKEOWN  COR/3/2/1915/169  23 Aug 1915

Contents:
Sidney Ernest Lockyer, in the care of Edith Newland of 28 Jersey Street, Brighton, and son of Adelaide Hilda Waller, now wife of Harry Lenty of 10 Dewe Road, Brighton, machinist (asbestos works); 3; exhaustion following meningitis, no evidence as to its cause; no verdict. For warrant, see 167 above

AUSTIN  COR/3/2/1915/170  24 Aug 1915

Contents:
Frederick of 92 Church Street, Brighton, musician; about 40; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis and heart disease; natural causes. For warrant, see 171 below

WENHAM  COR/3/2/1915/171  24 Aug 1915

Contents:
Frederick of 10 Old Shoreham Road, Brighton, old age pensioner; 77; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

AUCOCK alias LANGLEY  COR/3/2/1915/172  26 Aug 1915

Contents:
William of 4 Sussex Square, Brighton, news vendor; 36; at 4 Sussex Square, a temporary infirmary of the Poor Law Institution; concussion of the brain caused by and injury to the head, insufficient evidence as to its cause; no verdict

HILL  COR/3/2/1915/173  30 Aug 1915

Contents:
Violet Stella, daughter of Fred Hill of 59 Paulet Road, Camberwell, London, licensed taxi driver; 6; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; [injuries caused by his having been knocked down by a motor cycle ridden by Alexander de Sousa in Marine Parade, Brighton]; manslaughterInquisition an incomplete copy; no notes. For warrant, see 174 below

MARSH  COR/3/2/1915/174  30 Aug 1915

Contents:
Rose of 130 Gloucester Road, Brighton, wife of Richard Marsh, hand-chairman; 59; fracture of the neck caused by her having fallen down the stairs at [home]; accidental death

SIMMONS  COR/3/2/1915/175  2 Sep 1915

Contents:
Thirza Mabel, daughter of Nathaniel Simmons of 49 Hanover Street, Brighton, gunner in the Royal Field Artillery; 4 months; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes

MARSH  COR/3/2/1915/176  3 Sep 1915

Contents:
Richard or 130 Gloucester Road, Brighton, hand-chairman; 58; in the sea opposite Chichester Place; found drowned

McCARTHY  COR/3/2/1915/177  7 Sep 1915

Contents:
Daniel of 63 Albion Hill, Brighton, florist; 84; at 9 West Street; fracture of the neck caused by a fall down steps at the King's Head PH, West Street; accidental death

HALL  COR/3/2/1915/178  9 Sep 1915

Contents:
William of 21 Clyde Road, Brighton, window cleaner; 51; in the sea opposite Oriental Place; found drowned

WRIGHT  COR/3/2/1915/179  22 Sep 1915

Contents:
George Edward of 28 Blackman Street, Brighton, taxi cab driver; 41; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe internal injuries caused by a collision between a taxi driven by the deceased and a military transport wagon driven by William Harris on the Falmer Hill at Falmer, Sussex; accidental death

HEMBLADE  COR/3/2/1915/180  23 Sep 1915

Contents:
Violet Muriel, daughter of John Hemblade of 8 Old Shoreham Road, Brighton, pork butcher's assistant; 4 months; suddenly, convulsive fit; natural causes

UPTON  COR/3/2/1915/181  28 Sep 1915

Contents:
Hannah of 47 Hanover Street, Brighton, wife of George Henry Upton; 72; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis; natural causes

BIGNALL  COR/3/2/1915/182  28 Sep 1915

Contents:
George Walter of 289 Queens Park Road, Brighton, former plasterer; 80; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease and pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant, see 181 above

BAKER  COR/3/2/1915/183  29 Sep 1915

Contents:
William of 28 Quebec Street, Brighton, labourer at the LB&SC Railway, Newhaven Harbour; 41; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the spine caused by falling down No 1 hold of the SS 'Wimbrell' at Newhaven on 25 Sep; accidental death

STOPP  COR/3/2/1915/184  4 Oct 1915

Contents:
Mercy May, daughter of Nelly Gertrude Stopp of 26 Ashton Street, Brighton, spinster, hotel waitress; 9 months; suddenly, pneumonia and diarrhoea; natural causes

SEYFFERT  COR/3/2/1915/185  4 Oct 1915

Contents:
Richard Julius of 49 Kensington Place, Brighton, commercial traveller; 77; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease; natural causes. For warrant, see 184 above

TROTT  COR/3/2/1915/186  4 Oct 1914

Contents:
Arthur of 52 Richmond Street, Brighton, brewer's van driver; 60; in St George's Road; rupture of the heart and other severe internal injuries caused by his having been knocked down and run over by a motor bus driven by George Robert Walesby Tongue on 1 Oct; no verdict Notes in shorthand. For warrant, see 184 above

TAYLOR  COR/3/2/1915/187  6 Oct 1915

Contents:
Madge, daughter of James Taylor of 35 Newmarket Road, Brighton, labourer; 6 months; suddenly, infective enteritis; natural causes

LONG  COR/3/2/1915/188  18 Oct 1915

Contents:
Harold George of 13 Bembridge Street, Brighton, son of Harry Long, sergeant in the Royal Engineers; 3; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

HOLMES  COR/3/2/1915/189  19 Oct 1915

Contents:
William Thomas of 'Fairseat', Tiptree, Essex, retired schoolmaster; 77; on the Marine Parade; suddenly, haemorrhage caused by rupture of a diseased heart; natural causes

WALDER  COR/3/2/1915/190  21 Oct 1915

Contents:
Maude Alice of 27 Hanover Street, Brighton, daughter of Albert Edward Walder, vanman; 8; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other injuries caused by her accidentally having been knocked down by a motor van driven by Charles Hatherall in Hanover Street; [no verdict]. Notes in shorthand draft form

BEADMAN  COR/3/2/1915/191  22 Oct 1915

Contents:
Alfred of 6 Grenville Road, Hove, of independent means; 53; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and laceration of the brain caused by an accidental fall; [no verdict]

RAI  COR/3/2/1915/192  23 Oct 1915

Contents:
Lachman, private, C Company 1/9 Gurkhas; 28; at York Place Indian Military Hospital; killed himself by cutting his throat with a knife, no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

PELL  COR/3/2/1915/193  25 Oct 1915

Contents:
Emily Agnes of 43 Clyde Road, Brighton, [second-hand furniture dealer] wife of Arthur Merridew Pell, upholsterer; 59; whilst being conveyed in the motor ambulance from 104 London Road to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following fracture of the ribs and other severe injuries caused by being knocked down and run over in London Road by a motor car driven by Emily Morris Rogers whose negligence did not amount to culpable negligence; accidental death

WILLMOTT  COR/3/2/1915/194  25 Oct 1915

Contents:
Elizabeth of 22 Bedford Square, Brighton, widow of George Willmott, tailor (master); 60; suddenly, heart failure caused by bronchial pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 196 below

COPPARD  COR/3/2/1915/195  25 Oct 1915

Contents:
Lydia of 30 William Street, Brighton, widow of Charles Coppard, general labourer; found dead, heart failure caused by chronic Bright's disease; natural causes. For warrant see 196 below

DOLBY  COR/3/2/1915/196  25 Oct 1915

Contents:
George of Top Flat, 21 Grand Parade, Brighton, retired baker (master); 72; suddenly, heart failure caused by extensive heart disease; natural causes

WESTON  COR/3/2/1915/197  26 Oct 1915

Contents:
Rosana of 36 Matlock Road, Brighton, widow of Joseph Weston, piano tuner; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

SMITH  COR/3/2/1915/198  27 Oct 1915

Contents:
Eliza of 38 Duke Street, Brighton, widow of Stephen Smith, butler; 77; found dead, heart failure caused by the rupture of an abdominal cyst; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

LANGHORNE  COR/3/2/1915/199  28 Oct 1915

Contents:
George of 115 Maldon Road, Brighton, schoolmaster (retired); 61; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; haemorrhage on the brain the result of fracture of the skull caused whilst travelling on the outside of a tram car in London Road; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

GLOSTER  COR/3/2/1915/200  29 Oct 1915

Contents:
Henry Thomas od11 Edward Street, Brighton, motor cab washer; 64; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart and lung disease; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

DE LACY  COR/3/2/1915/201  1 Nov 1915

Contents:
George Gustave of 21 Upper Bedford Street, Brighton, second-hand furniture dealer; 27; suddenly, internal haemorrhage caused by tuberculosis of the lungs; natural causes

BUZZING  COR/3/2/1915/202  4 Nov 1915

Contents:
Amy of 18 Lennox Street, Brighton, wife of Charles Buzzing, accountant; 67; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

PEVETT  COR/3/2/1915/203  5 Nov 1915

Contents:
Ada of 52 Hanover Terrace, Brighton, wife of George Pevett, farrier; 49; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

THATCHER  COR/3/2/1915/204  6 Nov 1915

Contents:
Ada of 31 Park Crescent Terrace, Brighton, wife of Henry William George Thatcher, newsagent; 44; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart accelerated by chronic alcoholism; natural causes

CLARK  COR/3/2/1915/205  8 Nov 1915

Contents:
Emily of 3 May Road, Brighton, wife of William Clark, ironmonger's shop assistant; 47; suddenly, heart failure caused by tuberculosis of the lungs; natural causes

KENNETT  COR/3/2/1915/206  10 Nov 1915

Contents:
George of 11 Francis Street, Brighton, butcher; 70; found dead; chronic inflammation of the bladder and kidneys; [no verdict]

ATTRELL  COR/3/2/1915/207  11 Nov 1915

Contents:
Charles Henry of 1 Nelson Place, Brighton, son of Henry Attrell, general labourer; 2; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children; shock following severe burns caused by setting fire to his clothing at [home]; accidental death

ELLAMS  COR/3/2/1915/208  15 Nov 1915

Contents:
Eliza Agnes of 23 Elm Grove, Brighton, wife of Herbert Ellams, gas fitter; 41; suddenly, perforation of the heart caused by disease; natural causes

GREY  COR/3/2/1915/209  15 Nov 1915

Contents:
George Seymour of 10 New England Street, Brighton, driller; 47; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 208 above

GALLOP  COR/3/2/1915/210  17 Nov 1915

Contents:
Ellen of 54 Lennox Street, Brighton, wife of Edward Gallop, of no occupation; 44; suddenly, heart failure caused by lung disease; [natural causes] '

PETTMAN  COR/3/2/1915/211  22 Nov 1915

Contents:
Rose, daughter of Laura Pettman of 31 William Street, Brighton, singlewoman; 7 weeks; abscess in the right lung; natural causes

COLLINSON  COR/3/2/1915/212  22 Nov 1915

Contents:
Frank William of 77 Florence Road, Brighton, brewer's clerk; 58; at the London Road railway station; heart failure caused by fatty ?introtation of the heart; natural causes

DICKINSON  COR/3/2/1915/213  24 Nov 1915

Contents:
John of 62 Washington Street, Brighton, stone breaker; 77; suddenly, inflammation of the lungs and senile decay; natural causes. For warrant see 214 below

MOULTON  COR/3/2/1915/214  24 Nov 1915

Contents:
Emily Maria of 151 Waldegrave Road, Brighton, widow of William Thomas Moulton, printer (master); suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia and pleurisy; natural causes

CLOAK  COR/3/2/1915/215  30 Nov 1915

Contents:
Isabella of 83 Southover Street, Brighton, widow of Alfred Cloak, draper's porter; 70; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute pneumonia; natural causes

HARRIS  COR/3/2/1915/216  30 Nov 1915

Contents:
Harry Thomas of 8 Franklin Street, Brighton, son of George Samuel Harris, private in 9th Royal Sussex Regiment (carter); suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 215 above

EVE  COR/3/2/1915/217  30 Nov 1915

Contents:
Johanna of 28 Warwick Street, Brighton, daughter of Thomas Eve, general labourer; 9; whilst being conveyed to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe internal injuries caused by being knocked down and run over by an electric omnibus driven by Reginald Noel William Roberts in Upper St James Street; accidental death

JONES  COR/3/2/1915/218  1 Dec 1915

Contents:
Lydia Elizabeth of 5 Wood Street, Brighton, wife of William Henry Jones, chemist's warehouseman; 58; suddenly, peritonitis caused by the rupture of an ulcer in the stomach; natural causes. For warrant see 218 above

MITCHELL  COR/3/2/1915/219  1 Dec 1915

Contents:
Georgina of 25 Sun Street, Brighton, daughter of Joseph Mitchell, woodchopper; 27; suddenly, peritonitis caused by the rupture of a gastric ulcer in the stomach; natural causes. For warrant see 218 above

CORNWALL  COR/3/2/1915/220  1 Dec 1915

Contents:
Horace of 169 Lewes Road, Brighton, Corporation gardener; 69; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; accidental death

TALOR  COR/3/2/1915/221  2 Dec 1915

Contents:
Elizabeth of 171 Bear Road, Brighton, wife of Isaac Edward Taylor, van driver; 51; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage caused by alcoholic degeneration of the arteries; natural causes. For warrant see 222 below

STANDEN  COR/3/2/1915/222  2 Dec 1915

Contents:
Alice Mary of 67 Whichelo Place, Brighton, spinster, domestic servant (kitchen maid); 39; suddenly, syncope caused by heart disease; natural causes

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1915/223  Dec 1915

MEWETT  COR/3/2/1915/224  11 Dec 1915

Contents:
Queenie Florence Pattenden of 48 Gladstone Place, Brighton, spinster, daughter of Martin James Mewett, poultry farmer; 28; suddenly, acute pneumonia; natural causes

BACON  COR/3/2/1915/225  15 Dec 1915

Contents:
Ernest John of 27 Richmond Buildings, Brighton, son of George Thomas Bacon, Corporation road sweeper; 13; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; haemorrhage on the brain and pneumonia caused by his having accidentally fallen from a taxi cab on the Rottingdean Road near Brighton on 11 Dec; [no verdict]Shorthand notes

HOLLINGDALE  COR/3/2/1915/226  20 Dec 1915

Contents:
Ellen Louisa of 29 Sandgate Road, general servant (domestic); 20; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe burns caused by her having set fire to her clothes at 49 Springfield Road; accidental death

CROSWELLER  COR/3/2/1915/227  20 Dec 1915

Contents:
Charlotte of 7 Exeter Street, Brighton, spinster, lace worker, daughter of John Crosweller, carpenter; 63; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. For warrant see 228 below

KNIGHT  COR/3/2/1915/228  20 Dec 1915

Contents:
Harriett Alice of 80 Islingword Street, Brighton, wife of Henry Knight, bricklayer; 54; suddenly, heart failure caused by double pneumonia; natural causes

MARTIN  COR/3/2/1915/229  20 Dec 1915

Contents:
William John of 3a Western Street, Brighton, hand-chairman; 73; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. For warrant see 228 above

NORGETT  COR/3/2/1915/230  20 Dec 1915

Contents:
Mary Ann of 5 Richmond Buildings, widow, general shop keeper; 59; killed herself by hanging herself by the neck, no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

GREEN  COR/3/2/1915/231  23 Dec 1915

Contents:
Harriett of 7 Ewhurst Road, Brighton, widow of Henry Green, carpenter; 69; killed herself by hanging herself by the neck whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

BENNETT  COR/3/2/1915/232  24 Dec 1915

Contents:
Ivy May of 38 Sussex Terrace, Brighton, daughter of Albert Bennett, private in the Army Veterinary Corps, stationed in Greece; 2 months; suddenly, acute pneumonia; natural causes

PENFOLD  COR/3/2/1915/233  11 Dec 1915

Contents:
son of Ada Lydia Penfold of 33 Mount Zion Place, Brighton, barmaid; newly born; inattention at birth and premature birth; natural causes

FIELDING  COR/3/2/1915/234  29 Dec 1915

Contents:
Nellie of 41 Argyle Road, Brighton, widow of George Charles Fielding, stockbroker; 54; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe burns caused by her having set fire to her clothing at [home]; accidental death

WHITE  COR/3/2/1915/235  29 Dec 1915

Contents:
Edward of 7 Carlton Hill, jobbing bricklayer; 70; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 236 below

RICHARDSON  COR/3/2/1915/236  29 Dec 1915

Contents:
Mary Ann of 30 Queen's Gardens, Brighton, widow of Robert Richardson, plate layer; 73; found dead, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes

COX  COR/3/2/1915/237  29 Dec 1915

Contents:
Matthew of 14 Stanford Road, Brighton, farmer and dairyman (master); 69; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia. For warrant see 236 above

FELDWICKE  COR/3/2/1915/238  30 Dec 1915

Contents:
James Thomas of 3 Oxford Court, Brighton, greengrocery hawker; 61; suddenly, capillary bronchitis; natural causes

RAYNSFORD  COR/3/2/1915/239  30 Dec 1915

Contents:
Thomas of 5 Southampton Road, Brighton, horse-cab driver; 64; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. For warrant see 238 above

SAUNDERS  COR/3/2/1915/240  30 Dec 1915

Contents:
George, son of Jane Saunders of 3 New England Street, Brighton, housemaid (domestic); 2 months; suddenly, intestinal obstruction; natural causes. For warrant see 238 above

COOK  COR/3/2/1915/241  31 Dec 1915

Contents:
Jane of 36 Cheltenham Place, Brighton, widow of James Cook, timber merchant's traveller; 71; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 242 below

JONAS  COR/3/2/1915/242  31 Dec 1915

Contents:
Edward Drew of 46 Bennett Road, Brighton, civil service pensioner; 80; found dead, chronic heart disease; natural causes

INQUESTS OF 1916  COR/3/2/1916  1916

HINCHLIFFE  COR/3/2/1916/1  1 Jan 1916

Contents:
Arthur of 'Scar End', Thongsbridge, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, clothier and draper; 42; at 11 Sudeley Street, Brighton; suddenly, phthisis; natural causes

HISTED  COR/3/2/1916/2  3 Jan 1916

Contents:
John Richard of 38 Preston Street, Brighton, fruit merchant; 56; suddenly, syncope caused by general organic disease accelerated by haemorrhage of the gums following a necessary dental operation properly and skilfully performed; [natural causes]

HEASMAN  COR/3/2/1916/3  4 Jan 1916

Contents:
Minnie Ellen of 19 Inwood Crescent, Brighton, housemaid (domestic); 24; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; septic absorption following severe burns caused by her having set fire to her clothing at [home]; accidental death

JAMES  COR/3/2/1916/4  6 Jan 1916

Contents:
Caroline of 135 Bear Road, Brighton, housemaid (domestic); 20; at Belmont School; suddenly, heart failure caused by double pneumonia; natural causes

COWSTICK  COR/3/2/1916/5  11 Jan 1916

Contents:
Annie of 58 Sloane Street, Brighton, wife of Samuel Cowstick, general labourer; 45; suddenly, heart disease and commencing pneumonia

ELTON  COR/3/2/1916/6  12 Jan 1916

Contents:
Arthur Bayard of 83 Church Road, Hove, retired army major; 58; in a public lavatory at the Public Library, Church Street, Brighton; killed himself by shooting himself with a revolver whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. For warrant see 8 below. Fragile: fungal damage

PARRIS  COR/3/2/1916/7  12 Jan 1916

Contents:
Amy of 9 Stanley Street, Brighton, wife of Luke Parris, gas-lamp inspector; 63; suddenly, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 8 below. Fragile: fungal damage

TAMLYN  COR/3/2/1916/8  12 Jan 1916

Contents:
John of 31 Cheltenham Place, Brighton, old age pensioner; 76; found dead, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

LEWRY  COR/3/2/1916/9  12 Jan 1916

Contents:
Abigail Winifred, daughter of John Lewry of Homefields Cottage, Cowfold, Sussex, gardener (domestic); 4 weeks; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; perforation of the lung caused by swallowing a needle at [home] on 7 Jan; misadventure. Fragile: fungal damage

PIGGOTT  COR/3/2/1916/10  14 Jan 1916

Contents:
Ellen Grunden of 3 Whitecross Street, Brighton, spinster of no occupation; 62; fever of uncertain origin; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

LEGGATT  COR/3/2/1916/11  17 Jan 1916

Contents:
William Henry of 84 Sussex Street, Brighton, butler; 69; found dead, chronic heart disease; natural causes. For warrant see 12 below. Fragile: fungal damage

KERSLAKE  COR/3/2/1916/12  17 Jan 1916

Contents:
Ivy, daughter of Thomas Richard Kerslake of 5 Aberdeen Road, Brighton, crane driver; 9 hours; imperfect expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

GREENAWAY  COR/3/2/1916/13  19 Jan 1916

Contents:
Frances of 219 Preston Drove, Brighton, spinster; 53; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

BINNS  COR/3/2/1916/14  24 Jan 1916

Contents:
Percy John of 3 Ranelagh Mansions, Fulham Road Hurlingham [London SW6], photographer; 31; at 26 Park Crescent, Brighton; suddenly, perforation of the intestines; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

BOON  COR/3/2/1916/15  25 Jan 1916

Contents:
Mary Paine of 4 St Georges Terrace, Brighton, widow of James Boon, furniture dealer (retired); 75; cerebral haemorrhage the result of an injury to the head caused by a fall at 48 Shaftesbury Road on 3 Jan; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

WARDEN  COR/3/2/1916/16  28 Jan 1916

Contents:
Richard of 54b London Road, Brighton, boot maker's manager; 47; suddenly, heart failure caused by old standing disease of the lungs and an abscess on the left lung; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

CRONE  COR/3/2/1916/17  1 Feb 1916

Contents:
William Treherne of 81 Lowther Road, Brighton, master dairyman; 62; whilst being conveyed in the police motor ambulance from [home] to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by having thrown himself from a window, killed himself whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. Fragile: fungal damage

MORLEY  COR/3/2/1916/18  4 Feb 1916

Contents:
Winifred, daughter of George Morley of 22 West Street, Brighton, private in the ASC, chauffeur (domestic); 2 days; asphyxia caused by imperfect expansion of the lungs the result of liver disease; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

BARKER  COR/3/2/1916/19  7 Feb 1916

Contents:
Charlotte of 107 Compton Road, Brighton, wife of William Barker, ironmonger; 48; found dead, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

WEST  COR/3/2/1916/20  8 Feb 1916

Contents:
daughter of Samuel James West of 12 Rock Street, Brighton, RAMC; born dead; stillborn. Fragile: fungal damage

KOTTAUN  COR/3/2/1916/21  10 Feb 1916

Contents:
Ethel Ruth Cassandra of 1 Fairlight Place, Brighton, daughter of Ethel Emily Kottaun of 18 North Place, Brighton, kitchen maid; 13 months; suddenly, commencing pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

VOAK  COR/3/2/1916/22  14 Feb 1916

Contents:
son of Harry Voak of 64 Southampton Street, Brighton, meat porter; newly born; insufficient expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes. For warrant see 23 below. Fragile: fungal damage

YOUNG  COR/3/2/1916/23  14 Feb 1916

Contents:
Harry of 'Carisbrooke', Preston Road, Brighton, veterinary surgeon; 58; swallowed morphia, self-administered, insufficient evidence as to intent; morphia poisoning (open verdict). Fragile: fungal damage

BONNY  COR/3/2/1916/24  14 Feb 1916

Contents:
Emilius Edward of 5 Guildford Street, Brighton, Government clerk; 55; suddenly, pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant see 23 above

WILSON  COR/3/2/1916/25  17 Feb 1916

Contents:
John Hollanby of 49 Sloane Street, Brighton, whitesmith; 72; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis and dilatation of the heart; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

BURTON  COR/3/2/1916/26  17 Feb 1916

Contents:
James of 31 Roedale Road, Brighton, railway goods guard; 68; pneumonia following shock caused by a fall in Upper Hollingdean Road on 29 Jan; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant see 25 above

DAVIS  COR/3/2/1916/27  18 Feb 1916

Contents:
Edith Matilda Alexandrina of 29 Upper North Street, Brighton, wife of David Davis, antique dealer; 53; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

SIMPKINS  COR/3/2/1916/28  21 Feb 1916

Contents:
Elizabeth of 62 Marine Parade, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 83; shock following severe injuries caused by a fall at [home]; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

ETHERINGTON  COR/3/2/1916/29  21 Feb 1916

Contents:
George of 47 Princes Crescent, Brighton, railway pensioner; 64; found dead, killed himself by cutting his throat with a razor whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. Fragile: fungal damage

CRAYDON  COR/3/2/1916/30  22 Feb 1916

Contents:
Marguerite Eade, daughter of Harry Eade of 9 Park Street, Brighton, naval stoker; 10 months; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; haemorrhage on the brain the result of an injury to the head caused by a fall; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

EASEN  COR/3/2/1916/31  23 Feb 1916

Contents:
Edward Henry of 51 Elder Row, Brighton, railway labourer; 52; at the steam shed fitting shop, the railway works, Brighton; suddenly, internal haemorrhage caused by the rupture of an aortic aneurysm; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

PARKER  COR/3/2/1916/32  24 Feb 1916

Contents:
Edith Clara of 'Millbrook', Winchmore Hill, [Southgate], London, spinster, bookkeeper; 28; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe internal injuries the result of a fall from a window at 39 Kings Road, killed herself whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. Fragile: fungal damage

CHISSELL  COR/3/2/1916/33  24 Feb 1916

Contents:
Robert, son of Walter Chissell of 28 Oxford Street, Brighton, corporal, Royal Sussex Garrison Artillery, iron moulder; 2 days; suddenly, jaundice; natural causes

BLACKMAN  COR/3/2/1916/34  25 Feb 1916

Contents:
William Henry, son of William Blackman of 22 Luther Street, Brighton, chief naval petty officer; 12 months; suddenly, syncope caused by haemorrhage the result of broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

COX  COR/3/2/1916/35  29 Feb 1916

Contents:
son of Alfred Cox of 19 Crown Street, Brighton, jobbing tailor; newly born; suddenly, congenital displacement of the small intestine into the right cavity of his chest causing imperfect expansion of the lungs; natural causes

DAY  COR/3/2/1916/36  1 Mar 1916

Contents:
daughter of Alfred Day of 39 Dewe Road, Brighton, syphon repairer; 2 days; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with her mother; accidental suffocation. For warrant see 38 below

CORDER  COR/3/2/1916/37  1 Mar 1916

Contents:
Thomas of 18 Dorset Gardens, Brighton, pensioned rate collector; 83; suddenly, inflammation of the brain and congestion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 38 below

BEAL  COR/3/2/1916/38  1 Mar 1916

Contents:
Charles Edwin of 23 Market Street, Brighton, foreman painter; 80; suddenly, heart disease; natural causes

OLFORD  COR/3/2/1916/39  3 Mar 1916

Contents:
Mary Jane of 56 Robertson Road, Brighton, widow of Thomas Edward Olford, factory engineer; 52; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1916/40  4 Mar 1916

Contents:
female child; newly born; in a railway carriage at Brighton Central Station; found dead, insufficient evidence to show separate existence; [no verdict]

GANDEY  COR/3/2/1916/41  6 Mar 1916

Contents:
George of 21 Bute Street, Brighton, cab proprietor; 64; suddenly, syncope caused by degeneration of the aorta and valves of the heart; natural causes

BROWN  COR/3/2/1916/42  11 Mar 1916

Contents:
Fanny of 27 Mount Pleasant, Brighton, wife of James Brown, bricklayer; 69; suddenly, heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis; natural causes

KING  COR/3/2/1916/43  13 Mar 1916

Contents:
John Albert of 20 Gerard Street, Brighton, railway labourer; 31; syncope caused by phthisis; [natural causes]

KOHR  COR/3/2/1916/44  16 Mar 1916

Contents:
Paschal of 'Charlcote', Byron Road, Worthing, student, Chinese subject; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by colliding with a wall when riding his bicycle in Coalbrook Road, Brighton; [accidental death]

HASTINGS  COR/3/2/1916/45  16 Mar 1916

Contents:
Thomas of 33 Coleman Street, Brighton, brewer's cooper; 40; in Southover Street; rupture of a blood vessel caused by tubercular disease of the lungs; [natural causes]

STENT  COR/3/2/1916/46  16 Mar 1916

Contents:
Edward of 27 Whitehawk Road, Brighton, jobbing gardener; 80; perforation of the intestines due to a malignant disease; [natural causes]. For warrant see 45 above

MORPHY  COR/3/2/1916/47  16 Mar 1916

Contents:
Lilian Rose, daughter of Charles Edmond Morphy of 69 Islingword Place, Brighton, journeyman baker; 7 months; acute pneumonia; [natural causes]. For warrant see 45 above

TETT  COR/3/2/1916/48  27 Mar 1916

Contents:
Emma of 11 Grafton Street, Brighton, widow; 65; heart failure due to inflammation of the lungs; [natural causes]

TAYLOR  COR/3/2/1916/49  27 Mar 1916

Contents:
newly born son of Winifred Kate Taylor of 5 Princes Crescent, Brighton, spinster of no occupation; suffocation caused by want of attention at birth; [misadventure]. For warrant see 48 above

MASANTE  COR/3/2/1916/50  4 Apr 1916

Contents:
Carlo Monte, son of Eleanor Masante of 57 Rose Hill Terrace, Brighton, widow of Carlo Masante, hotel waiter, at the time of his death a prisoner of war in Italy; 7 months; convulsive fit caused by broncho-pneumonia; [natural causes]

BALL  COR/3/2/1916/51  6 Apr 1916

Contents:
son of George Ball of 39 Bute Street, Brighton, journeyman butcher; newly born; suffocation caused by want of proper attention at birth; [misadventure]

FAITHFULL  COR/3/2/1916/52  7 Apr 1916

Contents:
Steuart Chamberlain of 21 Inwood Crescent, Brighton, former merchant seaman; 65; suddenly, heart failure caused by tuberculosis and pleural effusion; [natural causes]

EMERY  COR/3/2/1916/53  10 Apr 1916

Contents:
Harry of 103 Hollingbury Road, Brighton, hotel potman; 61; at the Railway Hotel, 76 Ditchling Rise; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; [natural causes]

STURGESS  COR/3/2/1916/54  10 Apr 1916

Contents:
Frederick Albert John of 124 Lewes Road, Brighton, son of Frederick Sturgess, baker (master); 4; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe burns caused by the upsetting of a saucepan of boiling water at [home] on 5 Apr; [accidental death]

BOULTON  COR/3/2/1916/55  12 Apr 1916

Contents:
Alice of Gloucester Hotel, Gloucester Place, Brighton; spinster of independent means; 75; suddenly, heart failure caused by senile decay; [natural causes]

COUSIN  COR/3/2/1916/56  12 Apr 1916

Contents:
Alexandre Charles of 83 Queen's Road, Brighton, oil salesman; 66; suddenly, syncope caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; [natural causes]. For warrant see 55 above

ELFORD  COR/3/2/1916/57  12 Apr 1916

Contents:
son of William Elford of 1 Toronto Terrace, Brighton, munitions worker; newly born; imperfect expansion of the lungs caused by premature birth; [natural causes]. For warrant see 55 above

WALKER  COR/3/2/1916/58  14 Apr 1916

Contents:
Charlotte Selina Cimetre of 43a High Street, Brighton, spinster, daughter of John Thomas Walker, infirmary clerk; 79; heart failure caused by bronchitis, pleurisy and heart disease; [natural causes]

LAW  COR/3/2/1916/59  17 Apr 1916

Contents:
James of 22 Quebec Street, Brighton, retired grocer; senile decay, death accelerated by a fall in Gloucester Place on 29 Nov 1915; [accidental death]

TOWNSEND  COR/3/2/1916/60  18 Apr 1916

Contents:
James Shore of 112 Windsor Road, Forest Gate, London, schoolmaster; 40; at 60-62 Montpelier Road, Brighton; killed himself by drowning himself in a bath of water whilst temporarily of unsound mind; [suicide]

NOAKES  COR/3/2/1916/61  19 Apr 1916

Contents:
son of Elsie Maud Noakes of 'The Crèche', 26 Bristol Road, Brighton, nurse girl (domestic); newly born; found dead, want of proper attention at birth; [no verdict]

ASPA  COR/3/2/1916/62  22 Apr 1916

Contents:
John of 6 Over Street, Brighton, piano tuner; 63; suddenly, syncope caused by acute pericarditis with effusion; [natural causes]

HEMSLEY  COR/3/2/1916/63  22 Apr 1916

Contents:
George William, son of Henry Hemsley of 11 Melbourne Street, Brighton, driver, Royal Engineers (Corporation labourer); 5 months; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia; [natural causes]. For warrant see 62 above

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1916/64  22 Apr 1916

Contents:
female child; newly born; at 6 Sussex Square [branch of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary]; cerebral haemorrhage the result of violence, insufficient evidence as to cause; [no verdict]. For warrant see 62 above

BERMAND  COR/3/2/1916/65  25 Apr 1916

Contents:
Edward John of 8 Woodcote Road, Wallington, Surrey, builder (master); 69; at 46 Edward Street, Brighton; heart failure caused by chronic Bright's disease and accelerated by pleural effusion; [natural causes]

SMITH  COR/3/2/1916/66  28 Apr 1916

Contents:
Harriett of 21 Islingword Street, Brighton, spinster daughter of William Smith, hand-chairman; 73; at 6 Sussex Square, branch of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; shock caused by a fall at [home]; [accidental death]

BLEWDEN  COR/3/2/1916/67  1 May 1916

Contents:
Frank of 157 Lewes Road, Brighton, butcher's manager; found dead; haemorrhage from a wound in his throat self-inflicted, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; [suicide]. For warrant see 68 below

NORRIS  COR/3/2/1916/68  1 May 1916

Contents:
Ellen Elizabeth, daughter of Albert Norris of 33 Vine Street, Brighton, bombardier, Royal Field Artillery, stationed in Greece (van driver); 5 months; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia; [natural causes]

BRADEN  COR/3/2/1916/69  4 May 1916

Contents:
Robert of 5 Leicester Street, Brighton, general labourer; 60; found dead, heart failure caused by acute pneumonia; [natural causes]

CHATFIELD  COR/3/2/1916/70  8 May 1916

Contents:
Sarah Susannah of 53 Surrey Street, Brighton, widow of Charles Chatfield, master bootmaker; 65; at 97 Queens Road; shock and severe internal injuries caused by her having been knocked down and run over by a taxi-cab driven by Henry Winter in Queens Road; [accidental death]

GOLDS  COR/3/2/1916/71  10 May 1916

Contents:
William of 56 Albion Street, Brighton, plasterer; 60; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe internal injuries caused by a fall from scaffolding at 135 Islingword Road; [accidental death]

VALLER  COR/3/2/1916/72  10 May 1916

Contents:
Gertrude Elizabeth of 11 Powis Road, Brighton, spinster, school teacher; 31; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia; [natural causes]

AVIS  COR/3/2/1916/73  11 May 1916

Contents:
Mary Hannah of 22 Waldegrave Road, Brighton, wife of George Clarence Algernon Avis, telephone operator; 44; suddenly, heart failure caused by pneumonia; [natural causes]

RAY  COR/3/2/1916/74  16 May 1916

Contents:
Charles Henry of no permanent place of abode, insurance agent (pensioned); 61; on the east side of the Black Rock groyne, Brighton; found drowned, killed himself by drowning himself in the sea, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; [suicide]

ROBERTS  COR/3/2/1916/75  18 May 1916

Contents:
George Henry of 7 Upper Bedford Street, Brighton; general porter; 62; pnumonia following cancer of the hip; [natural causes]

DAWES  COR/3/2/1916/76  24 May 1916

Contents:
William of 'Kismet', Lyndhurst Road, Brighton, vanman, formerly coachbuilder; 69; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; gangrene following injuries to his left foot caused by a horse and van driven by deceased coming into collision with a brewer's van in Montague Place on 17 May; [accidental death]

SOUTHON  COR/3/2/1916/77  24 May 1916

Contents:
Ivy Mabel, daughter of George Henry Southon of 28 Ivory Place, Brighton, private, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, stationed in France (platelayer's labourer); 15 months; shock and severe burns caused by her clothing having been set on fire; [accidental death]

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1916/78  May 1916

MOOR  COR/3/2/1916/79  1 Jun 1916

Contents:
Gerald of the Vicarage, Preston, Brighton, prebendary, vicar of Preston; 65; at 63 Loder Road, Brighton, suddenly, on 3 May, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart the result of atheroma of the coronary arteries; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

GREGSON  COR/3/2/1916/80  2 Jun 1916

Contents:
George Edward of 74 Elm Grove, Brighton, railway guard; 63; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant see 81 below

FENNER  COR/3/2/1916/81  2 Jun 1916

Contents:
George of 42 West Street, Brighton, window cleaner; 63; at 39 Compton Avenue; fracture of the skull caused by a fall; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

SHEPPARD  COR/3/2/1916/82  2 Jun 1916

Contents:
Gladys Alice Lucy, daughter of John Thomas Sheppard of 34 Hampden Hill, Brighton, sergeant, Royal Marines; 9 months; convulsive fit; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

DORRINGTON  COR/3/2/1916/83  5 Jun 1916

Contents:
Lydia of 22 Sloane Street, Brighton, wife of Joseph Dorrington, general labourer; 57; suddenly, cardiac syncope the result of valvular disease of the heart; natural causes

DENCH  COR/3/2/1916/84  9 Jun 1916

Contents:
Abraham of 26 Middle Street, Brighton, antique dealer; 81; rupture of the aorta, insufficient evidence as to cause, whether strain or accidental fall; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

NUTLEY  COR/3/2/1916/85  12 Jun 1916

Contents:
son of Bertha Edith Nutley late of 20 Terminus Road, Brighton, married woman, cook (domestic); newly born; found dead, by reason of decomposition insufficient evidence as to separate existence; open verdict. Fragile: fungal damage

COOK  COR/3/2/1916/86  15 Jun 1916

Contents:
Kate of 35 Spring Gardens, Brighton; spinster, daughter of Ebenezer Cooke, soap maker's manager; 48; heart failure caused by double pneumonia; natural causes

SANDALS  COR/3/2/1916/87  16 Jun 1916

Contents:
Beryl Alice, daughter of Lewis Edward Sandals of 9 Bernard Road, Brighton, Post Office engineer; 8 months; acute pericarditis and incipient pneumonia; natural causes

HUMPHREY  COR/3/2/1916/88  19 Jun 1916

Contents:
Walter of the Dorset Arms PH, 60 John Street, Brighton, licensed victualler; 64; on Kings's Road opposite Western Street; suddenly, valvular disease of the heart; [natural causes]. Fragile: fungal damage. For warrant see 89 below

STEVENSON  COR/3/2/1916/89  19 Jun 1916

Contents:
Dorothy May, daughter of Albert Stevenson of 91 Bentham Road, Brighton, coach painter (motor works); 1 month; post-natal diphtheria; natural causes

STANLEY  COR/3/2/1916/90  4 Jul 1916

Contents:
James of 14 Mafeking Road, Preston, Brighton, general labourer; 58; disease of the heart and a clot of blood in the right ventricle; natural causes

JOHNSTON  COR/3/2/1916/91  10 Jul 1916

Contents:
Samuel of 2 Bristol Road, Brighton, Roman Catholic priest and canon of Southwark Cathedral; 65; suddenly, shock caused by haemorrhage into the pancreas; natural causes

BURNES  COR/3/2/1916/92  12 Jul 1916

Contents:
Louisa Jane of 14 Crescent Road, Brighton; wife of Frederick Burnes, draper's manager; 39; suddenly, syncope caused by a distended stomach and over-exertion after a full meal; natural causes

HUBBARD  COR/3/2/1916/93  14 Jul 1916

Contents:
Frank of 24 Cheapside, Brighton, son of William Henry Hubbard, licensed victualler; 9; suddenly, heart failure caused by heart disease; natural causes

BENDELOW  COR/3/2/1916/94  14 Jul 1916

Contents:
William Andrew of 1 Bristol Gate, Brighton, of independent means; 78; shock and injuries caused by a wagon and horse driven by Thomas Hawkins coming into collision with a pony and carriage driven by deceased in Western Road on 28 Jun; misadventure

NEISH  COR/3/2/1916/95  17 Jul 1916

Contents:
William Edward of 23 Buckingham Road, Stratford, [London], broker's clerk; 49; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by a fall in Sudeley Street, Brighton; accidental death

HUMPHREY  COR/3/2/1916/96  20 Jul 1916

Contents:
Thomas Philip of 1 Cross Street, Brighton, carman; 39; rupture of the aorta; natural causes

SMITH  COR/3/2/1916/97  22 Jul 1916

Contents:
Jane Sophia Agnes of 52 Russell Street, Brighton, wife of George Smith, French polisher; 41; killed herself by inhaling coal gas from a gas oven at [home], insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide. No warrant

WOODCOCK  COR/3/2/1916/98  22 Jul 1916

Contents:
Francis of 121 Maldon Road, Brighton, of independent means; 59; killed himself by drowning himself in a bath at [home] whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. No warrant

ELDRIDGE  COR/3/2/1916/99  24 Jul 1916

Contents:
Sarah of 73 Islingword Street, Brighton, wife of Albert Eldridge, private, the Veterinary Corps, stationed in Egypt; 44; heart failure following pericardidits accelerated by chronic alcoholism; natural causes. For warrant see 100 below

JONES  COR/3/2/1916/100  24 Jul 1916

Contents:
Jane of 3 Carlton Place, Brighton, wife of Henry Jones, shop porter; 63; suddenly, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

FRY  COR/3/2/1916/101  26 Jul 1916

Contents:
Bertram Benjamin of 102 Sandgate Road, Brighton, tea traveller; 35; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; internal haemorrhage due to rupture of the kidney and spleen caused by his having been knocked down by a horse attached to a van in Church Street, Seaford; misadventure

JENNER  COR/3/2/1916/102  27 Jul 1916

Contents:
Harriett of 67 Bates Road, Brighton, wife of Alfred Jenner, railway goods foreman; 60; found dead, shock due to severe burns, insufficient evidence as to their cause; open verdict

YOUNG  COR/3/2/1916/103  31 Jul 1916

Contents:
Samuel of 75 New England Street, Brighton, railway pensioner; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; 74; shock following multiple injuries caused by being knocked down by a motor van driven by one Henry John Wyatt in Preston Road; misadventure

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1916/104  Aug 1916

MILES alias WEST  COR/3/2/1916/105  7 Aug 1916

Contents:
Reginald, son of Edith Elizabeth Miles alias West of 138 Balfour Road, Brighton, spinster of no occupation; 3 months; acute bronchitis; natural causes

GADD  COR/3/2/1916/106  7 Aug 1916

Contents:
Thomas Herbert of 8 Middle Road, Brighton, cycle repairer; 39; at 72 High Street; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute pneumonia; natural causes

GANDER  COR/3/2/1916/107  10 Aug 1916

Contents:
daughter of Elizabeth Gander of 65 Islingword Place, Brighton, spinster, charwoman; found dead, born dead; stillborn

BIGNELL  COR/3/2/1916/108  10 Aug 1916

Contents:
Jane Ann of 31 Wood Street, Brighton, spinster, needlewoman; 84; heart failure caused by senile decay and accelerated by a fall; accidental death

MARLOW  COR/3/2/1916/109  11 Aug 1916

Contents:
Sarah Yates of the Lion Hotel, Guildford [Surrey], cook, widow of Thomas John Marlow, compositor; 68; at the tram terminus, Old Steine, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; [natural causes]

BAILEY  COR/3/2/1916/110  12 Aug 1916

Contents:
George Daniel of 18 Devonshire Place, Eastbourne, of independent means; 65; opposite 'Sopers', 77-83 North Street, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

St JOHN  COR/3/2/1916/111  18 Aug 1916

Contents:
Maud of 8 Upper Wellington Road, Brighton, spinster of independent means; 68; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following fracture of the skull and other severe injuries caused by her having been knocked down and run over by a motorcar driven by John Charles Wade on the London Road near Pangdean Farm in Piecombe parish, Sussex; accidental death

HALL  COR/3/2/1916/112  18 Aug 1916

Contents:
daughter of Charles Hall of 18 Spring Gardens, Brighton, private, Royal Sussex Regiment, stationed in France; newly born; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with her mother; accidental suffocation

STEVENS  COR/3/2/1916/113  22 Aug 1916

Contents:
Mary Ann of 28 Bloomsbury Street, Brighton, widow of Edward Stevens, master baker; 86; suddenly, rupture of the heart causing haemorrhage into the pericardium; natural causes

GRIFFITHS  COR/3/2/1916/114  28 Aug 1916

Contents:
Charles Leonard of 12 Richmond Hill, Brighton, son of George Henry Griffiths, transport worker; 4; suddenly, pleuro-pneumonia; natural causes

WILLIAMS alias WEST  COR/3/2/1916/115  28 Aug 1916

Contents:
Edward George, son of Maud Matilda Williams of 49 Jubilee Street, Brighton, housekeeper (domestic); 2 months; suddenly, marasmus and enteritis; natural causes. For warrant see 114 above

CHARLES  COR/3/2/1916/116  28 Aug 1916

Contents:
Eli of 2 Dorset Buildings, Brighton, transport worker; 53; suddenly, hypertrophy and dilatation of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 114 above

SAYERS  COR/3/2/1916/117  28 Aug 1916

Contents:
Charles of 4 Redvers Road, Brighton, factory fitter; 18; suddenly, lobar pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 114 above

EVANS  COR/3/2/1916/118  30 Aug 1916

Contents:
David of 11 West View Terrace, South Heighton, near Newhaven, farm labourer; 68; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; pneumonia and collapse of the left lung following fracture of the ribs caused by his having been knocked down by a motorcar driven by Arthur Sankey Adams at Newhaven on 24 Aug; accidental death

TURNER  COR/3/2/1916/119  4 Sep 1916

Contents:
Elizabeth Ann of 48 Richmond Buildings, Brighton, wife of William Turner, master bootmaker; 65; suddenly, mitral disease and disease of the aortic valves of the heart; natural causes

HUGHES  COR/3/2/1916/120  6 Sep 1916

Contents:
Mary Jane of 46 Tivoli Crescent, Brighton, spinster daughter of the late Edward Hughes, printer; 59; found dead in bed, cardiac syncope caused by congestion of the lungs and dilatation of the heart; natural causes

LEGGE  COR/3/2/1916/121  8 Sep 1916

Contents:
Henry Peterson of 27 Newmarket Road Brighton, general labourer; 49; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage caused by atheroma of the principal arteries; natural causes

PUTTICK  COR/3/2/1916/122  11 Sep 1916

Contents:
John of no fixed abode, general labourer; 53; at the 4 Sussex Square branch of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; septic pneumonia following an ulcerated leg and self-neglect; natural causes

HUSSEY  COR/3/2/1916/123  11 Sep 1916

Contents:
Emily Louise of 23 Kensington Street, Brighton, daughter of Albert Hussey, engineer's fitter; 9; suddenly, pleuro-pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 122 above

HARMAN  COR/3/2/1916/124  13 Sep 1916

Contents:
Joseph of 13 Model Dwellings, Jew Street, Brighton; son of John Harman, in the Army Service Corps (general labourer); 5; in the courtyard of the Model Dwellings; laceration of the brain and fracture of the skull caused by a fall; misadventure

BECK  COR/3/2/1916/125  14 Sep 1916

Contents:
Florence Rise, daughter of William Henry Beck of 30 Sun Street, Brighton, general labourer; 7 months; convulsive fit during dentition; natural causes

HOADLEY  COR/3/2/1916/126  14 Sep 1916

Contents:
George William; son of David Hoadley of 24 Carlton Hill, Brighton, general labourer; 6 months; suddenly, debility caused by malnutrition the result of abdominal tuberculosis; natural causes. For warrant see 125 above

WATERMAN  COR/3/2/1916/127  18 Sep 1916

Contents:
Sarah of 22 Connaught Terrace, Brighton, spinster, housekeeper (domestic); 56; in a motor ambulance travelling from London Road to the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and compression of the brain caused by her having been knocked down and run over by a motor car driven by William Mitchell in London Road; accidental death. For warrant see 128 below

STAPLETON  COR/3/2/1916/128  18 Sep 1916

Contents:
Thomas of 61 Bentham Road, Brighton, master carter; 74; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and laceration of the brain caused by a fall from a wagon in North Road on 14 Sep; accidental death

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1916/129  18 Sep 1916

Contents:
male child; in Orange Row, North Road, Brighton; found dead; still born

SUTTLEY  COR/3/2/1916/130  25 Sep 1916

Contents:
Benjamin of 92 Blackfriars Road, London SE, master printer; 55; in St James Street, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute congestion of the lungs; natural causes

WOOLVEN  COR/3/2/1916/131  25 Sep 1916

Contents:
Sarah of 39 Bernard Road, Brighton; widow of John Woolven, master butcher; 82; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and fracture of the femur caused by her having been knocked down in the Old Steine on 22 Sep; accidental death

DRISCOLL, formerly REDFORD  COR/3/2/1916/132  28 Sep 1916

Contents:
Rebecca of 34 Bread Street, Brighton, wife of James Driscoll, bricklayer; 48; in Castle Square; shock and severe internal injuries caused by her having been knocked down and run over by a motor omnibus driven by Alfred Thaxter in North Street; accidental death

BULLEN  COR/3/2/1916/133  2 Oct 1916

Contents:
Annie, daughter of Elsie Bullen of 17 Caledonian Road, Brighton, spinster, domestic servant; 4 months; suddenly, broncho-pneumonia accelerated by acute diarrhoea; natural causes

MILES  COR/3/2/1916/134  3 Oct 1916

Contents:
Sarah Ann of 12 Guildford Road, Brighton, spinster, housekeeper (domestic); 67; found dead in bed, heart failure caused by acute pleurisy; natural causes

LAWRENCE  COR/3/2/1916/135  5 Oct 1916

Contents:
James of 'Rose Cottage', 2 Albion Road, Selsey, Sussex, retired pilot; 72; in North Road, Brighton; syncope caused by fatty degeneration of the heart and disease of the aortic valves; natural causes

SOUTHON  COR/3/2/1916/136  6 Oct 1916

Contents:
Dorothy May of 29 Ewart Street, Brighton, daughter of Frederick Southon, sapper, Royal Engineers (railway labourer); 2; dislocation of the neck caused by a fall at [home]; accidental death

GUNN  COR/3/2/1916/137  7 Oct 1916

Contents:
Mary Ann of 46 Mighell Street, Brighton, wife of George Gunn, fisherman; 68; suddenly, chronic Bright's disease and fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

CLARK  COR/3/2/1916/138  9 Oct 1916

Contents:
William of 13 Ranger Street, Accrington, Lancashire, musician; 52; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; suddenly, syncope caused by disease of the aorta; natural causes

HILL  COR/3/2/1916/139  10 Oct 1916

Contents:
Lily Maud of 69 Park Crescent Road, Brighton, daughter of William Hill, private in 24th Rifle Brigade, stationed in India; 2; suddenly, pleurisy and broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

SPICE  COR/3/2/1916/140  11 Oct 1916

Contents:
Alfred James of 22 Toronto Terrace, Brighton, public playground attendant; 60; syncope caused by double pneumonia; natural causes

PAINE  COR/3/2/1916/141  12 Oct 1916

Contents:
Emma Jane of 56 Bentham Road, Brighton, widow of Joseph Paine, iron trimmer (railway); 72; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage (haemorrhagic effusion); natural causes

DIVER  COR/3/2/1916/142  13 Oct 1916

Contents:
son of Charlotte Diver of 38 Cannon Street, Brighton, laundry worker; newly born; want of proper expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes. For warrant see 144 below

SPICER  COR/3/2/1916/143  13 Oct 1916

Contents:
Jack, son of John Joshua Spicer of 54 Jubilee Street, Brighton, general labourer; 13 weeks; debility due to mal-assimilation of food; natural causes. For warrant see 144 below

HERRIOTT  COR/3/2/1916/144  13 Oct 1916

Contents:
Richard of 35 North Road, Brighton, iron moulder; 69; heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis; natural causes

MUNRO  COR/3/2/1916/145  14 Oct 1916

Contents:
Jane of 1 St Peters Street, Brighton, spinster daughter of James Munro, butler (domestic); 78; coma caused by bronchitis, death accelerated by a fall on 5 Oct; accidental death. No warrant

HUMPHREY  COR/3/2/1916/146  14 Oct 1916

Contents:
Emily of 96 Sandgate Road, Brighton, wife of George Humphrey, machinist; 31; suddenly, perforation of a gastric ulcer; natural causes. No warrant

SHARPLESS  COR/3/2/1916/147  18 Oct 1916

Contents:
Richard of 54 St Georges Road, Brighton, insurance agent; 34; suddenly, rupture of a blood vessel in the lungs (phthisis); natural causes

COMPTON  COR/3/2/1916/148  23 Oct 1916

Contents:
Mary Ann of 5 St Michaels Place, Brighton, wife of Joseph Compton, general labourer; 47; suddenly, pulmonary consumption; natural causes. No warrant

FITZGERALD  COR/3/2/1916/149  23 Oct 1916

Contents:
daughter of Angela Fitzgerald, daughter of Edward Fitzgerald of 38 Montpelier Street, Brighton, solicitor's clerk; newly born; imperfect inflation of the lungs at birth; natural causes. No warrant

STEEL  COR/3/2/1916/150  23 Oct 1916

Contents:
Charles William of 47 Ivory Place, Brighton, son of Katherine May Steel, spinster, laundress; 8 months; intussusception of the bowels; natural causes. No warrant

NORMALLY  COR/3/2/1916/151  23 Oct 1916

Contents:
John of 31 Sun Street, Brighton, general labourer; 60; suddenly, haemorrhage the result of the rupture of a blood vessel on the lungs (pulmonary tuberculosis); natural causes. No warrant

RANDALL  COR/3/2/1916/152  26 Oct 1916

Contents:
Louise, daughter of William Randall of 30 Nelson Place, Brighton, fish hawker, now serving with the army in France; 12 hours; insufficient expansion of the lungs at birth; natural causes

REID  COR/3/2/1916/153  27 Oct 1916

Contents:
William E of 56 Fetter Lane, London EC, hotel manager; 41; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; haemorrhage caused by fracture of the pelvis the result of an intentional fall from a window at 15 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. No warrant

CORNWALL  COR/3/2/1916/154  30 Oct 1916

Contents:
Walter of 69 Warleigh Road, Brighton, millwright; 57; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; cerebral haemorrhage caused by the rupture of a blood vessel; natural causes

SHERIDAN  COR/3/2/1916/155  30 Oct 1916

Contents:
Norman Brinsley, son of James Brinsley Sheridan of 31 Upper Park Place, Brighton, private, Royal Defence Corps (corporation gardener); 10 weeks; suddenly, heart failure caused by double pneumonia. For warrant see 156 below

NEVE  COR/3/2/1916/156  30 Oct 1916

Contents:
Harry of 28 Elder Street, Brighton, retired railway guard; 65; found dead, haemorrhage the result of rupture of the aorta; natural causes

JONES  COR/3/2/1916/157  31 Oct 1916

Contents:
Louisa Ann of 24 King Street, Brighton, widow of William Jones, horse dealer; 80; rupture of an abscess near the brain; natural causes

HARRIS  COR/3/2/1916/158  2 Nov 1916

Contents:
Ronald, son of Charles Harris of 38 Luther Street, Brighton, Corporation sewer man; 13 months; heart failure caused by broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

SCAMMELL  COR/3/2/1916/159  3 Nov 1916

Contents:
Sydney of 9 Norway Street, Portslade, Sussex, railway porter; 40; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; septic poisoning caused by his leg having been caught and crushed between the lift gate and the platform of Hove railway station on 23 Oct; accidental death

JOHNS  COR/3/2/1916/160  8 Nov 1916

Contents:
Charles Thomas, son of George Johns of 22 Ewhurst Road, Brighton, driver, Royal Field Artillery (contractor's carman); 2 months; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his mother; accidental death

BUSBY  COR/3/2/1916/161  10 Nov 1916

Contents:
Ada Jane of 72 Park Place, Clapham, London, wife of Thomas Busby, master dairyman; 40; at Macfadden's Healthatorium, 6 Eastern Terrace, Brighton; syncope caused by extensive disease of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 162 below

FITZGERALD  COR/3/2/1916/162  10 Nov 1916

Contents:
Cecilia Grace of 38 Montpelier Street, Brighton, wife of Edward Fitzgerald, solicitor's clerk; 41; at the Hospital for Women, West Street; peritonitis caused by haemorrhage due to the rupture of an ovarian cyst; natural causes

ISTED  COR/3/2/1916/163  13 Nov 1916

Contents:
Alfred of 31 Princes Crescent, Brighton, railway labourer; 66; in Fleet Street; suddenly, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs (pneumonia); natural causes

BRYANT  COR/3/2/1916/164  14 Nov 1916

Contents:
Norah Frances of 97 Anesbury Avenue, Streatham, London, outfitter's assistant; 21; at 59 Lowther Road, Brighton; acute gastro-enteritis the result of ptomaine poisoning, insufficient evidence as to its cause; misadventure

FREELAND  COR/3/2/1916/165  16 Nov 1916

Contents:
William Henry of 33 York Hill,, head parcels porter, Brighton railway station; 49; at 5 Eastern Terrace branch of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; pericardiditis and cancer of the bladder, death accelerated the fracture of an arm and a thigh caused by a fall at [home] on 10 Nov; accidental death

VILHEMS  COR/3/2/1916/166  17 Nov 1916

Contents:
Ellen of 39 Tichbourne Street, Brighton, widow of Henry Carl Vilhems, master tailor; 69; at 55 Frederick Street; suddenly, heart failure the result of cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

MARSH  COR/3/2/1916/167  17 Nov 1916

Contents:
Mary Ann Matilda of 40 Cavendish Street, Brighton, wife of William Marsh, general labourer; 55; at 4 Eastern Terrace; uraemic convulsions the result of kidney disease; natural causes. For warrant see 166 above

GEALL  COR/3/2/1916/168  20 Nov 1916

Contents:
George of 32 William Street, Brighton, general labourer; 37; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; septic meningitis following fracture of the skull caused by the collapse and fall of a slack of sugar bags at Newhaven Quay near which deceased was at work in the course of his employment on 14 Nov; accidental death

HALL  COR/3/2/1916/169  23 Nov 1916

Contents:
Harriett of 17 Toronto Terrace, Brighton, widow of Richard Hall, house painter; 72; at 6 Sussex Square branch of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; heart failure and broncho-pneumonia following a fracture of the left thigh bone caused by a fall in the Brighton and Preston Cemetery on 11 Nov; accidental death

CHILCOTT  COR/3/2/1916/170  23 Nov 1916

Contents:
Royston Dennis Thomas, son of Hilda Emily Chilcott formerly Macglashan of 15 Bristol Road, Brighton, lodging-house keeper; 4 weeks; debility caused by mal-assimilation of food; natural causes

EDWARDS  COR/3/2/1916/171  27 Nov 1916

Contents:
Henry of 45 Clifton Street, Brighton, master carpenter; in Railway Street; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

MINALL  COR/3/2/1916/172  28 Nov 1916

Contents:
Ellen of 56 Marine Parade, Brighton, spinster, cook (domestic); 55; found dead in bed, heart failure following congestion of the lungs and aggravated by a fatty heart; natural causes

MORLEY  COR/3/2/1916/173  5 Dec 1916

Contents:
Minnie Susan of 97 Montpelier Road, Brighton, spinster, assistant caretaker, daughter of Richard Morley, public lamplighter; 37; heart failure caused by pleurisy and pneumonia; natural causes

STREET  COR/3/2/1916/174  7 Dec 1916

Contents:
Florence Evelyn of 8 Mayo Road, Brighton, daughter of Arthur Street, private, 20th Hussars (motor scout); 9 months; suddenly, intussusception of the bowels; natural causes

HEMSLEY  COR/3/2/1916/175  8 Dec 1916

Contents:
Kate Louise of 34 Carlton Row, Brighton, daughter of Robert Hemsley, greengrocery hawker; 6; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and severe burns caused by her having set fire to her clothing at [home]; accidental death

FEIST  COR/3/2/1916/176  11 Dec 1916

Contents:
Ann of 72 Upper Lewes Road. Brighton, spinster, corset maker; 72; at 4 Eastern Terrace branch of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; heart failure caused by pleurisy; natural causes

TAYLOR  COR/3/2/1916/177  12 Dec 1916

Contents:
Fanny of 22 Lincoln Street, Brighton, widow of Stephen Taylor, railway ganger; 74; heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs and disease of the aortic valves

GRAHAME  COR/3/2/1916/178  14 Dec 1916

Contents:
Helen of 141 Elm Grove, Brighton, spinster, of independent means; 84; shock following a fall at [home] on 7 Dec; accidental death

LAKER  COR/3/2/1916/179  15 Dec 1916

Contents:
Harriett Standing of 61 Upper Lewes Road, Brighton, widow of John Laker, master fruiterer; 78; suddenly, heart failure caused by atheroma of the aorta and accelerated by acute bronchitis; natural causes. No warrant

TAYLOR  COR/3/2/1916/180  15 Dec 1916

Contents:
Ann Maria of 47 Marine Parade, Brighton spinster, lodging-house keeper; 67; found dead in bed, heart failure from extensive valvular disease of the heart; natural causes. No warrant

CLARK  COR/3/2/1916/181  15 Dec 1916

Contents:
Thomas of no fixed abode, glass rivetter; 60; at 73 Eastern Road, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by fibroid phthisis (tuberculous); natural causes

KEWER  COR/3/2/1916/182  18 Dec 1916

Contents:
William Henry of 13 Cranbourne Street, Brighton, antique dealer; 68; found dead, chronic bronchitis and emphysema accelerated by want of proper nourishment; natural causes

AUSTIN  COR/3/2/1916/183  18 Dec 1916

Contents:
Samuel Benjamin of 28 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, commercial traveller; 72; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and laceration of the brain caused by his having been knocked down by a private-hire motor car driven by by Arthur William Akehurst in St James Street; accidental death

HERSEY  COR/3/2/1916/184  20 Dec 1916

Contents:
Charity Ann of 15 Islingword Street, Brighton; 81; at 5 Sussex Square branch of Brighton Workhouse Infirmary; fracture of the skull caused by a fall at [home]; accidental death

FELLINGHAM  COR/3/2/1916/185  20 Dec 1916

Contents:
Joseph of 54 Richmond Buildings, Brighton, cab driver (horse); 73; found dead, ulceration of the bowels and commencing peritonitis; natural causes

GATES  COR/3/2/1916/186  27 Dec 1916

Contents:
Charles, inmate of the 'Sussex House' branch of Brighton Workhouse, Victoria Road, Brighton; heart failure caused by inflammation of the lungs; natural causes

OSBORNE  COR/3/2/1916/187  27 Dec 1916

Contents:
Clarence Stanley, son of Stanley William Osborne of 14 Kensington Gardens, Brighton, gunner, Motor Machine Gun Corps (licensed victualler); 10 weeks; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his mother; accidental death. For warrant see 186 above

GOWER  COR/3/2/1916/188  26 Dec 1916

Contents:
Flora Blanche of 1 Round Hill Crescent, widow of Herbert William Leveson Gower, schoolmaster; 68; found dead, heart failure following consumption; natural causes. No warrant

GRANGER  COR/3/2/1916/189  28 Dec 1916

Contents:
Francis George of 15 Picton Street, Brighton, schoolboy, son of Thomas William Granger, general labourer; 8; heart failure following congestion of the lungs; natural causes. No warrant

DAY  COR/3/2/1916/190  29 Dec 1916

Contents:
George William, private 839076, 147 Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, Shoreham Camp; 43; at St Mark's Schools Hospital, Kemp Town; septicaemia following a compound fracture of the right leg caused by his having been knocked down by a motor car driven by Lionel Frank Daville (a driver in the Canadian Army Service Corps stationed at Shoreham Camp) in Buckingham Road, Shoreham on 6 Dec; accidental death. No warrant

INQUESTS OF 1917  COR/3/2/1917  1917

HUNTLEY  COR/3/2/1917/1  1 Jan 1917

Contents:
William of 50 Charlotte Row, Brighton, general labourer; 77; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull and other severe injuries caused by his having been knocked down by a motor hackney carriage driven by Samuel Matthews in York Place on 25 Dec 1916; accidental death

BLEACH  COR/3/2/1917/2  3 Jan 1917

Contents:
Sarah of 20 North Gardens, Brighton, widow of George Bleach, pork butcher's assistant; 78; at the 6 Sussex Square branch of Brighton Workhouse; diabetes and coma, death accelerated by the fracture of her right thigh and other injuries caused by having been run into by a taxi-cab driven by Harry Harling in Queen's Road on 8 Dec 1916; accidental death

ROGERS  COR/3/2/1917/3  3 Jan 1917

Contents:
Arthur John Clarke of 51 Upper Russell Street, Brighton, insurance agent; 63; strangulation of the bowels due to an adhesion caused by a growth; natural causes

COOPER  COR/3/2/1917/4  8 Jan 1917

Contents:
Bernard of 20 Lorne Road, Brighton, jobbing tailor; 30; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; suddenly, cardiac failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes

NORMAN  COR/3/2/1917/5  8 Jan 1917

Contents:
Alice of 15 Over Street, Brighton, widow of Newton Norman, draper's clerk; 55; found dead in bed, syncope following acute pleurisy and bronchitis

WELLS  COR/3/2/1917/6  10 Jan 1917

Contents:
Elizabeth of 16 Ewhurst Road, Brighton, widow of George Wells, master greengrocer; 57; found dead in bed, syncope following fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

ARNOLD  COR/3/2/1917/7  18 Jan 1917

Contents:
Thomas of 92 Church Street, Brighton, news vendor; 45; at 5 Eastern Terrace; heart failure following pulmonary congestion of the lungs; natural causes

KNIGHT  COR/3/2/1917/8  20 Jan 1917

Contents:
Daisy of no fixed abode, formerly of 84 Gloucester Road, Brighton, domestic servant, daughter of James Knight, farm foreman; 20; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary, 4 Eastern Avenue; pelvic cellulitis and peritonitis caused by gonorrhoeal infection; natural causes

HIDE  COR/3/2/1917/9  23 Jan 1917

Contents:
Sarah Jane of 21b The Lanes, Brighton, widow of Charles Henry Hide, hotel chef; 70; suffocation during a fit (epileptic); natural causes

MOLLADY  COR/3/2/1917/10  25 Jan 1917

Contents:
Ernest Rawson of 20 Edwin Place, Brighton, newsagent; 66; heart failure caused by acute pneumonia and valvular disease of the heart

SALVAGE  COR/3/2/1917/11  2 Feb 1917

Contents:
James the younger of 1 Claremont Street, Brighton, general labourer; 32; at 5 Eastern Terrace branch of Brighton Workhouse; cerebral haemorrhage caused by a fall during an epileptic fit at [home] on 28 Jan

DORRINGTON  COR/3/2/1917/12  5 Feb 1917

Contents:
John of 47 Arnold Street, Brighton, jobbing bricklayer; 65; suddenly, valvular disease of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 13 below

MASKALL  COR/3/2/1917/13  5 Feb 1917

Contents:
Edward of 78 Grand Parade, Brighton, of independent means; 70; found dead in bed, acute dilatation of the heart caused by fatty degeneration; natural causes

TRILLWOOD  COR/3/2/1917/14  6 Feb 1917

Contents:
Mary Hannah of 241 Elm Grove, Brighton, wife of Thomas Henry Trillwood, general hawker; 35; tuberculosis of the kidneys followed by general tuberculosis; natural causes

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1917/15  6 Feb 1917

Contents:
female person; in the sea near Palace Pier; found dead, suicide. For warrant see 14 above

BARTTRAM  COR/3/2/1917/16  6 Feb 1917

Contents:
Mary of 66 Toronto Terrace, Brighton, found dead, fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 14 above

JIMPSON  COR/3/2/1917/17  7 Feb 1917

Contents:
Florence Ethel, daughter of William Henry Jimpson of 5 London Street, Brighton, railway labourer; 17 months; broncho-pneumonia. For warrant see 18 below

WILKINSON  COR/3/2/1917/18  7 Feb 1917

Contents:
son of Dorothy May Wilkinson of 63 Franklin Road, Brighton, spinster, general servant; newly born; suffocation caused by want of proper attention at birth; natural causes

HOWARD  COR/3/2/1917/19  7 Feb 1917

Contents:
Sydney, twin son of Frederick William Howard of 106a Albion Hill, Brighton, coach smith; 24 hours; debility due to premature birth and want of proper expansion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 18 above

HOWARD  COR/3/2/1917/20  7 Feb 1917

Contents:
William, twin son of Frederick William Howard of 106a Albion Hill, Brighton, coach smith; 24 hours; debility due to premature birth and want of proper expansion of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 18 above. Documentation bundled with 19 above

ROBSON  COR/3/2/1917/21  9 Feb 1917

Contents:
Hannah of 84 Eastern Road, Brighton, spinster, cook (domestic); 71; exhaustion and want of sufficient nourishing food caused by self-neglect; [no verdict]

PERKINS  COR/3/2/1917/22  12 Feb 1917

Contents:
Jane of 60 Clyde Road, Brighton, widow of Henry William Perkins, prison warder; 90; shock following injuries caused by a fall; accidental death. For warrant see 23 below

GRAY  COR/3/2/1917/23  12 Feb 1917

Contents:
Isabella McLennon of 47 Marine Parade, Brighton, spinster of independent means, daughter of the late Donald Gray, colonial stockbroker; 60; cardiac syncope caused by shock following a fall; accidental death

DENMAN  COR/3/2/1917/24  12 Feb 1917

Contents:
Catherine Agnes of 146 King's Road, Brighton, wife of Arthur Denman, barrister-at-law; 57; fracture of the skull caused by having fallen from a window at [home] with intent to kill herself [whilst temporarily of unsound mind]; suicide. For warrant see 23 above

FISHER  COR/3/2/1917/25  14 Feb 1917

Contents:
Casimer, son of Gertrude Jessie Fisher of 120 Hythe Road, Brighton, parlour maid (domestic); 2; at 58 Buller Road; convulsive fit and status lymphaticus; natural causes

WILLARD  COR/3/2/1917/26  15 Feb 1917

Contents:
Daisy of 87 Hanover Street, Brighton, schoolgirl, daughter of Walter Willard, contractor's carter; 10; double pneumonia; natural causes

PRITCHARD  COR/3/2/1917/27  16 Feb 1917

Contents:
Frederick William of 31 Marlborough Place, Brighton, buttery-shop assistant; 69; suddenly, double pleurisy and pneumonia; natural causes

HAINES  COR/3/2/1917/28  17 Feb 1917

Contents:
Harriett of 26 Sussex Terrace, Brighton, widow of George Haines, corporation scavenger; 77; suddenly, heart failure caused by broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

REILLY  COR/3/2/1917/29  19 Feb 1917

Contents:
William of 52 The Lanes, Brighton, former wine merchant; 75; in a tram car in Queen's Road; suddenly, heart failure following chronic bronchitis and valvular disease of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 30 below

STEVENS  COR/3/2/1917/30  19 Feb 1917

Contents:
Ellen Laura Ophelia of 65 Rugby Place, Brighton, widow of Henry Stephens, medical practitioner; 79; suddenly, heart failure and chronic pleurisy; natural causes

BARNARD  COR/3/2/1917/31  21 Feb 1917

Contents:
Charlotte of 57 Coventry Street, Brighton, widow of Charles Hall Barnard, cooper; 74; at 79 Springfield Road, Preston, heart failure caused by acute pleurisy and pericarditis; natural causes. For warrant see 32 below

WATKISS  COR/3/2/1917/32  21 Feb 1917

Contents:
Frank Harry, son of Harry Thomas Watkiss of 77 Hanover Terrace, Brighton serving in the Royal Naval Air Service (carpenter); 14 months; heart failure following a convulsive fit caused by acute broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

ROBINS  COR/3/2/1917/33  22 Feb 1917

Contents:
Sydney William Joseph of 5 Blenheim Place, Brighton, waiter; 43; cerebral haemorrhage the result of injuries to the head probably caused by a fall, no evidence as to the circumstances; open verdict. For warrant see 34 below

WILLMER  COR/3/2/1917/34  22 Feb 1917

Contents:
Charles of 8 Kensington Place, Brighton, musician; 67; suddenly, heart failure; natural causes

WRIGHT  COR/3/2/1917/35  23 Feb 1917

Contents:
Edward of 2 Elder Row, Brighton, pensioned railway ganger; 81; heart failure caused by chronic bronchitis and fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

THORPE  COR/3/2/1917/36  26 Feb 1917

Contents:
daughter of Edith Thorpe of 176 Ladysmith Road, Brighton, housekeeper (domestic); newly born; debility caused by premature birth; natural causes

NEWTON  COR/3/2/1917/37  26 Feb 1917

Contents:
Louisa Caroline of 29 Gloucester Street, Brighton, spinster, parlourmaid (domestic); 50; found dead in bed, heart failure caused by valvular disease of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 36 above

BRICKWOOD  COR/3/2/1917/38  26 Feb 1917

Contents:
Elizabeth of 16 Hampton Place, Brighton, 57; suddenly, cardiac syncope caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

CHATFIELD  COR/3/2/1917/39  27 Feb 1917

Contents:
son of Rose Jessie Chatfield of 23 New England Street, Brighton, spinster, grocer's assistant; newly born; want of proper attention at birth; inattention at birth

DOUGHTY  COR/3/2/1917/40  28 Feb 1917

Contents:
Harry Dyer of 34 Portland Terrace, Southampton, captain in mercantile marine; 58; killed himself by drowning himself in the sea off the east side of the Palace Pier, Brighton, insufficient evidence as state of mind; suicide

WENHAM  COR/3/2/1917/41  28 Feb 1917

Contents:
Harry, son of Amy Wenham of 21 Islingword Street, Brighton, charwoman (domestic); 5 days; premature birth and imperfect expansion of the lungs; natural causes

PACK  COR/3/2/1917/42  1 Mar 1917

Contents:
George Henry Surridge of 6a Florence Road, Brighton, master coach builder (retired); 39; suddenly, heart failure following double pneumonia; natural causes

DENMAN  COR/3/2/1917/43  5 Mar 1917

Contents:
Elizabeth Ann of 3 Hamilton Road, Brighton, widow of Charles Denman, general labourer; 68; suddenly, rupture of an aneurysm of the aorta; natural causes

MITCHELL  COR/3/2/1917/44  8 Mar 1917

Contents:
Dawson of 83 Stonefield Road, Brighton, railway guard; 49; at Brighton Central railway station; suddenly, valvular disease of the heart; natural causes

JUPP  COR/3/2/1917/45  8 Mar 1917

Contents:
Mary of 6 King Street, Brighton, wife of William Jupp, newspaper seller; 69; heart failure caused by pleurisy and tubercular disease of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 44 above

WHITLEY  COR/3/2/1917/46  8 Mar 1917

Contents:
Frank Arthur of 20 Foundry Street, Brighton, general labourer; 49; rupture of a blood vessel in the lungs caused by consumption; natural causes. For warrant see 44 above

PAYNE  COR/3/2/1917/47  9 Mar 1917

Contents:
Ellen of 3 St Peters Street, Brighton, spinster, former cook (domestic), daughter of William Payne, cabman; 79; heart failure caused by broncho-pneumonis; natural causes

NORMAN  COR/3/2/1917/48  12 Mar 1917

Contents:
Charles of the Barley Mow PH, 92 St Georges Road, Brighton, licensee; 50; suddenly, heart failure caused by cirrhosis of the liver and fatty infiltration; natural causes

CLARK  COR/3/2/1917/49  13 Mar 1917

Contents:
Laura of 45 East Street, Seaford, wife of Charles Clark, gas collector (pensioned); 72; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; tubercular disease of the lungs, death accelerated by a fall at [home] on 26 Feb; accidental death

HOWLETT  COR/3/2/1917/50  14 Mar 1917

Contents:
Sarah Beulah of 22 Kew Street, Brighton, widow of Robert Howlett, bailiff; heart failure caused by a dilated stomach pressing on a weak heart; natural causes

BEECH  COR/3/2/1917/51  16 Mar 1917

Contents:
William of 8 Devonshire Street, Brighton, solicitor's clerk; cardiac syncope caused by chronic heart disease (aortic regurgitation); natural causes. For warrant see 53 below

STORY  COR/3/2/1917/52  16 Mar 1917

Contents:
George James Upcott of 24 Dorset Gardens, Brighton, retired ranch owner; 68; haemorrhage of the brain and fracture of the skull caused by having been knocked down by a motor car driven by Lieutenant Samuel John Sibley of the Royal Flying Corps in St James Street on 12 Mar; accidental death. For warrant see 53 below

LINTOTT  COR/3/2/1917/53  16 Mar 1917

Contents:
William Charles, son of Charles Henry Lintott deceased, house painter, and Maria Lily Lintott of 10 Rochester Street, Brighton; 16 months; convulsive fit following measles; natural causes

MITCHELL  COR/3/2/1917/54  19 Mar 1917

Contents:
Walter Arthur Albert of 35 Port Hall Place, Brighton, son of Walter Philip Mitchell, corporal, RAMC (engine fitter); 4 months; suffocated whilst sleeping in bed with his mother; accidental death

BATCHELOR  COR/3/2/1917/55  20 Mar 1917

Contents:
Ellen of 98 Beaconsfield Villas, Brighton, daughter of Frederick Batchelor, merchant seaman (deceased); 15; perforation of the bowels caused by tuberculous ulceration following tuberculosis of the lungs; natural causes. For warrant see 57 below

KILTING  COR/3/2/1917/56  20 Mar 1917

Contents:
Edward of 58 High Street, Brighton, umbrella repairer; 72; heart failure caused by broncho-pneumonia and aortic disease of the heart. For warrant see 57 below

PLUMBRIDGE  COR/3/2/1917/57  20 Mar 1917

Contents:
George of 28 Elder Street, Brighton; retired hammerman (railway); 73; heart failure following a rodent ulcer in the neck and throat; natural causes

HALLETT  COR/3/2/1917/58  21 Mar 1917

Contents:
John of 8a Circus Street, Brighton, contractor's carter; 53; suddenly, heart failure following broncho-pneumonia; natural causes. For warrant see 60 below

POORE  COR/3/2/1917/59  21 Mar 1917

Contents:
George of 46 Grosvenor Street, Brighton; corporation stone breaker; 71; at the Corporation stone-breaking yard, Hollingdean Road, Preston; suddenly, aortic disease of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 60 below

KING  COR/3/2/1917/60  21 Mar 1917

Contents:
Nellie of 14 Inverness Road, Brighton; wife of Richard King, general labourer; 45; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1917/61-68  Mar 1917 - Apr 1917

FUNNELL  COR/3/2/1917/69  14 Apr 1917

Contents:
William of 15 Park Place, Brighton, rag and bone man; 61; broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

WALDENFELS  COR/3/2/1917/70  16 Apr 1917

Contents:
Harriet Eleanor Jessy von of 25 Norfolk Square, Brighton; widow of Carl Ferdinand Wilhelm Heinrich Ernst Emil Julius Maria, Baron von Waldenfels, of independent means; 81; shock following fracture of the right thigh-bone caused by a fall on 9 Apr; accidental death

CROFTER  COR/3/2/1917/71  8 May 1917

Contents:
son of Ellen Florence Crofter of 32 Regency Square, Brighton, waitress; newly born; want of proper attention at birth; inattention at birth; 8 May by adjournment from 17 Apr 1917

STEPHENSON  COR/3/2/1917/72  18 Apr 1917

Contents:
Jane of 30 Hampton Place, Brighton, widow of George William Stephenson, insurance clerk; 74; found dead, cardiac syncope caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 73 below

BLUNDEN  COR/3/2/1917/73  18 Apr 1917

Contents:
Elizabeth Maria of 77 Richmond Street, Brighton, wife of John Blunden, greengrocer; 60; at the Northern Hotel, London Road; suddenly, cardiac suncope caused by atheroma of the aorta; natural causes

CHATFIELD  COR/3/2/1917/74  18 Apr 1917

Contents:
son of William Charles Chatfield of 18 Sandown Road, Brighton, railway carriage cleaner; newly born; want of proper attention at birth; inattention at birth. For warrant see 73 above

BISHOP  COR/3/2/1917/75  19 Apr 1917

Contents:
Henry of 8 Oriental Place, Brighton, cabinet maker; 84; killed himself by hanging himself by the neck whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

GEALL  COR/3/2/1917/76  20 Apr 1917

Contents:
Samuel Joseph, farm labourer; 68; at Brighton Workhouse Infirmary, 4 Sussex Square; heart failure caused by inflammation of both lungs; natural causes

WRIGHT  COR/3/2/1917/77  2 May 1917

Contents:
daughter of Georgina Adelaide Wright of King's Head Hotel, 9 West Street, Brighton, barmaid; born dead; [no verdict]

BAILLARGEON  COR/3/2/1917/78  5 May 1917

Contents:
Joseph Alphonse, sergeant, 10th Reserve Battallion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, Shoreham Camp; 44; whilst being conveyed in a motor ambulance from the 2nd General Eastern Hospital, Dyke Road, to St Marks Schools Hospital; aortic regurgitation of the heart caused by valvular disease; natural causes

JEATER  COR/3/2/1917/79  9 May 1917

Contents:
William Henry of 25 Round Hill Crescent, butcher's shopman; 64; heart failure caused by the rupture of an abscess into the left pleura; natural causes

TAYLOR  COR/3/2/1917/80  9 May 1917

Contents:
Alfred Invincible of 74 Ewart Street, Brighton, son of James Taylor deceased, naval stoker petty officer, and Mary Ann Taylor; 3 months; suffocation caused by a convulsive fit; natural causes. For warrant see 79 above

BARRETT  COR/3/2/1917/81  10 May 1917

Contents:
Charlotte Evelyn of 3 Dean Street, Brighton, spinster, tailoress' assistant, daughter of George Barrett, dock labourer; 29; perforating ulcer of the stomach; natural causes

PERCIVAL  COR/3/2/1917/82  14 May 1917

Contents:
Elizabeth of 27 William Street, Brighton, widow, charwoman; 53; at the Infirmary, 4 Eastern Terrace; clot of blood in the pulmonary artery; natural causes(Bundle includes a copy of the Registrar General's 'Suggestions to Medical Practitioners Regarding Certificates of Causes of Death', June 1912)

LEWIS  COR/3/2/1917/83  16 May 1917

Contents:
George Henry, son of Elsie Lewis, widow, charwoman, of 6a Nelson Place, Brighton; 17 months; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children; marasmus caused by malnutrition; natural causes

SAWYER  COR/3/2/1917/84  17 May 1917

Contents:
Mary Annie of 31 Buckingham Place, Brighton, widow of Frederick Ernest Sawyer, solicitor; 67; whilst being conveyed in a taxi cab from 7 Queens Road to 31 Buckingham Place; syncope caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

JENNINGS  COR/3/2/1917/85  18 May 1917

Contents:
Elizabeth Stephenson of 11 Gloucester Road, Brighton, daughter of the late Sarah Elizabeth Annis Jennings, domestic servant; 17 months; heart failure caused by hypostatic pneumonia (following rickets); natural causes

RASTIN  COR/3/2/1917/86  22 May 1917

Contents:
Hyacinth Augusta May of 34 Baker Street, Brighton, wife of William Arthur Rastin, carman; 41; heart failure caused by cancer of the left breast; natural causes

WATERS  COR/3/2/1917/87  24 May 1917

Contents:
Herbert of 59 Beaconsfield Road Brighton, blacksmith (master); heart failure caused by pleural effusion; natural causes

OLIVER  COR/3/2/1917/88  25 May 1917

Contents:
Allan of 7 Spring Street, Brighton, hotel under porter and lift attendant; 14; at the Royal Hotel, Queens Road; suffocation caused in the course of his employment whilst working an electric lift; accidental death

HEASMAN  COR/3/2/1917/89  26 May 1917

Contents:
James of 2 Aberdeen Road, Brighton, skin dresser; 67; killed himself by strangulating himself with a rope, insufficient evidence as to state of mind; suicide

WILSON  COR/3/2/1917/90  1 Jun 1917

Contents:
Leslie Wallace, lance corporal, 2nd Battallion, Australian Imperial Force; 24; at Kitchener's Military Hospital, Elm Grove, Brighton; from a diseased condition of his blood technically termed 'anaphylaxis'; natural causes

ROBERTS  COR/3/2/1917/91  2 Jun 1917

Contents:
Evan of 99 Freshfield Road, Brighton, physician and surgeon; 77; found dead in bed, aortic valvular disease of the heart; natural causes

RUSSELL  COR/3/2/1917/92  4 Jun 1917

Contents:
Albert Edward of 27 Claremont Place, Brighton, son of Frederick James Russell, railway labourer; 4; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; infective meningitis following injuries to the nose caused by having been knocked down by a motor car driven by Samuel Hyman Coplans on the Kings Road on 28 May; accidental death. For warrant see 93 below

ATTREE  COR/3/2/1917/93  4 Jun 1917

Contents:
John Henry of 8 Hythe Road, Brighton, hotel porter; 62; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock and haemorrhage caused by wounds in his throat (self-inflicted) at Patcham on 30 May whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

LOVETT  COR/3/2/1917/94  8 Jun 1917

Contents:
Walter of 26 New York Street, Brighton, bath-chairman; 71; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; rupture of the intestines caused whilst drawing a bath chair down Church Street; accidental death

TRUSSELL  COR/3/2/1917/95  11 Jun 1917

Contents:
Henry James of 11 Market Street, Brighton, master builder; 69; at the Central Police Station; suddenly, cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

EVEREST  COR/3/2/1917/96  13 Jun 1917

Contents:
Edgar James of 6 North Road, Brighton, indoor servant; 57; killed himself by hanging himself whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide

CITRONO  COR/3/2/1917/97  14 Jun 1917

Contents:
Pasquale of 32 Baker Street, Brighton, ice cream vendor; 56; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; haemorrhage and severe internal injuries caused by having been run over by a motor omnibus driven by William Brazier Gage in London Road

GUNN  COR/3/2/1917/98  18 Jun 1917

Contents:
Cornelius Pope of 19 Stanford Road, Brighton, licensed waterman; 70; near the tram shelter, Old Steine; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes

BURLEY  COR/3/2/1917/99  19 Jun 1917

Contents:
Nellie Frances of 43 Buller Road, Brighton, daughter of Sidney Frederick Burley, private, Royal Irish Rifles (motor van driver); 6 months; general tuberculosis; natural causes

STENNING  COR/3/2/1917/100  21 Jun 1917

Contents:
Charlotte of 36 Buller Road, Preston, Brighton, wife of Henry Stenning, private, Middlesex Regiment (farm labourer); 38; heart failure caused by pleurisy; natural causes. No warrant

Missing on transfer  COR/3/2/1917/101-140  Jun 1917 - Oct 1917

GRAVITZKI  COR/3/2/1917/141  12 Oct 1917

Contents:
Susan alias Griew, Sophia of 31 Cannon Place, Brighton, widow of David Griew alias Gravitzki, leather manufacturer; 74; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute indigestion; natural causes. Fragile: cannot be issued

BURKE  COR/3/2/1917/142  13 Oct 1917

Contents:
Edmund of 36 North Road, Brighton, jobbing bookmaker; 42; at the Workhouse Infirmary, 5 Eastern Terrace; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes. Fragile: cannot be issued

McMAHON  COR/3/2/1917/143  15 Oct 1917

Contents:
Clara of 14 Claremont Place, Brighton, wife of Arthur McMahon, dock labourer; 50; suddenly, heart failure caused by bronchitis and congestion of the lungs; natural causes. Fragile: cannot be issued

PARROISSE-POUGIN  COR/3/2/1917/144  16 Oct 1917

Contents:
Fernande Marguerite of 30 St Georges Terrace, Brighton; 37; on the beach opposite Burlington Street; [found drowned]. Fragile: cannot be issued

TERRY  COR/3/2/1917/145  18 Oct 1917

Contents:
Alfred of 5 Mighell Street, Brighton, tinman; 80; at 28 Bentham Road; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute congestion of the lungs; natural causes. Fragile: cannot be issued

WAYLAND  COR/3/2/1917/146  19 Oct 1917

Contents:
Matilda Grace of 18 Rugby Road, Brighton, widow of Joseph Wayland, of independent means; 86; at 67 Preston Drove; shock following fracture of the left thigh caused by a fall at 1 Clyde Road on 11 Oct; accidental death. Fragile: cannot be issued

HAYES  COR/3/2/1917/147  22 Oct 1917

Contents:
daughter of Winifred Hayes wife of Mortimer Hayes, seaman, RN, of 115 Cowley Road, Brixton; at 10 George Street, Brighton; 2 days; suffocation caused by a convulsive fit; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

GIBBS  COR/3/2/1917/148  23 Oct 1917

Contents:
Alice Maud of 60 Southampton Street, Brighton, wife of William Henry Gibbs, private, 2nd Battn Bedfordshire Regiment, former fisherman; at the Workhouse infirmary, 4 Eastern Terrace; exhaustion following inflammation of the lungs and syphilis. Fragile: fungal damage

BROOKS  COR/3/2/1917/149  25 Oct 1917

Contents:
Charles William of 7 Victoria Cottages, Hove, porter (domestic) 47; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton; acute gastro-enteritis caused by ptomaine poisoning the result of eating unsound mackerel. Fragile: fungal damage

KELLOW  COR/3/2/1917/150  25 Oct 1917

Contents:
Annie Maria of 59 Ditchling Rise, Brighton, wife of Richard William Kellow, retired boarding-house keeper; 79; congestion of the lungs following fracture of the thigh bone caused by a fall at [home] on 7 Apr

RICH  COR/3/2/1917/151  25 Oct 1917

Contents:
Frances of 20 Coleman Street, Brighton, widow of George Alfred Rich, bricklayer; 73; at 26 Devonshire Street; heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 150 above

DAVEY  COR/3/2/1917/152  25 Oct 1917

Contents:
Charles Albert William of 17 St Mary Magdalene Street, Brighton, son of Albert Henry Davey, sapper, Royal Engineers, stationed in France (general labourer); 2 months; suffocation whilst asleep; misadventure. For warrant see 150 above

WEST  COR/3/2/1917/153  29 Oct 1917

Contents:
George of 22 Tichborne Street, Brighton, basket maker; 79; found dead in bed, chronic bronchitis and pleurisy; natural causes

TOMPKINS  COR/3/2/1917/154  30 Oct 1917

Contents:
Daisy May of 9 Grand Junction Road, Brighton, spinster, boarding-house keeper; 27; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; heart failure and shock caused by severe burns from having set fire to her clothing at [home]; accidental death

DONALDSON  COR/3/2/1917/155  30 Oct 1917

Contents:
William, private, 13th Reserve Canadian Regiment stationed at Shoreham; 22; at 16 Lewes Crescent; died from the effects of a certain poisonous substance the origin and nature of which cannot be ascertained; misadventure. (Bundle includes the Registrar General's 'Suggestions to Medical Practitioners Respecting Certificates of Causes of Death' of October 1911)

PACKHAM  COR/3/2/1917/156  5 Nov 1917

Contents:
Sarah Ann of 3 West Hill Road, Brighton, spinster, cook (domestic); 76; at 5 Sussex Square; cerebral haemorrhage caused by having been knocked down by a motor van driven by Arthur Robert Wright in Dyke Road on 1 Nov; accidental death

FINLEY  COR/3/2/1917/157  7 Nov 1917

Contents:
George of 13 Princes Road, Brighton, railway guard; 58; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; cerebral haemorrhage; natural causes

TURNER  COR/3/2/1917/158  7 Nov 1917

Contents:
Barbara Joan, daughter of Sydney Herbert Turner of 142 Herbert Road, Woolwich, London, factory engineer; 9 months; at 10 Devonshire Place, Brighton; found dead in bed, heart failure due to double pleurisy; natural causes

PRICE  COR/3/2/1917/159  14 Nov 1917

Contents:
Joseph of 20 Rugby Place, Brighton, transport worker; 58; suddenly, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes

FORD  COR/3/2/1917/160  15 Nov 1917

Contents:
William of 6 Upper Hollingdean Road, Brighton, brewer's drayman; 61; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; fracture of the skull caused by a fall from a brewer's dray driven by Edward Mobsby with which a tramcar driven by Leonard Flint collided in Waterloo Place. For warrant see 161 below

ALLEN  COR/3/2/1917/161  15 Nov 1917

Contents:
Bert of Cockhaise Mill Cottages, Lindfield, Sussex, farm carter; 28; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; haemorrhage caused by laceration of the kidney the result of a kick from a horse at Cockhaise Mill Farm on 10 Nov; misadventure

SMITH  COR/3/2/1917/162  16 Nov 1917

Contents:
Catherine Clapham of 16 Bedford Place, housekeeper (domestic); 56; found dead in bed, heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs and dilatation of the stomach; natural causes

WIERZBICKA  COR/3/2/1917/163  20 Nov 1917

Contents:
Sophie of 71 Sandringham Road, Dalston, London, single woman, no occupation; 20; in the sea opposite Sussex Square, Brighton; found drowned, killed herself by drowning herself in the sea, no evidence as to state of mind; suicide

POLLARD  COR/3/2/1917/164  22 Nov 1917

Contents:
Lilian Beatrice of 63 Hollingbury Road, Brighton, daughter of William Thomas Pollard, private, Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment, former milkman; 16 months; at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children; meningitis the result of injury to the left leg caused by a scald at [home] on 10 Nov; accidental death

JOHNSTONE  COR/3/2/1917/165  23 Nov 1917

Contents:
Constance Mary of 20 Gloucester Street, Brighton, spinster daughter of Walter Young Johnstone, of independent means; 60; advanced pulmonary tuberculosis; natural causes. For warrant see 166 below. Fragile: fungal damage

TUGWELL  COR/3/2/1917/166  23 Nov 1917

Contents:
George of 10 Sussex Street, Brighton, schoolboy, son of Elizabeth Tugwell formerly Peacock, railway portress; 7; in Western Road; fracture of the skull caused by having been knocked down and run over by a motor omnibus driven by Charles Edward Bates in Western Road; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

WILLIAMS  COR/3/2/1917/167  24 Nov 1917

Contents:
Charles Thomas of 9 Prestonville Terrace, Preston, Brighton, of independent means; 50; suddenly, phthisis; natural causes. Fragile: fungal damage

PIPSON  COR/3/2/1917/168  26 Nov 1917

Contents:
George Henry Hayward of 15 Vernon Terrace, Brighton, master cabinet maker; 59; at 48a Portland Street; suddenly, haemorrhage caused by the rupture of an aortic aneurysm; natural causes. For warrant see 169 below. Fragile: fungal damage

HILL  COR/3/2/1917/169  26 Nov 1917

Contents:
Arthur of 46 Dewe Road, Brighton, tramway timekeeper; 79; heart failure caused by acute bronchitis; natural causes. Fragile: cannot be issued

TOWNSEND  COR/3/2/1917/170  28 Nov 1917

Contents:
Elias of 147 Queen's Park Road, Brighton, retired railway engine driver; 78; heart failure caused by congestion of the lungs; natural causes. Fragile: cannot be issued

YOUNG  COR/3/2/1917/171  30 Nov 1917

Contents:
James of 52 Upper North Street, gardener; 80; killed himself by cutting his throat with a knife whilst temporarily of unsound mind; suicide. Fragile: cannot be issued

GRUMMETT  COR/3/2/1917/172  3 Dec 1917

Contents:
Bertram Kitchener of 27 Caledonian Road, Brighton, son of Margaret Grummett of 129 Chandos Road, Stratford, [London NE], single woman, munition worker; 15 months; heart failure caused by a convulsive fit during dentition; natural causes. Fragile: cannot be issued

MILLER  COR/3/2/1917/173  7 Dec 1917

Contents:
Thomas Arthur of 208 Elm Grove, Brighton, Canteen Board clerk; 40; whilst being conveyed in a taxi cab from Queen's Road to Preston Barracks; heart failure caused by [...]; [natural causes]. Fragile: cannot be issued

FISHER  COR/3/2/1917/174  10 Dec 1917

Contents:
Frederick Walter of Burghfield Common, Mortimer, Berks, farrier in the Army Service Corps; 30; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; [...] colitis aggravated by food [...]; misadventure(Documentation includes a report on an outbreak of food poisoning at the Hospital). Fragile: cannot be issued

WILKINSON  COR/3/2/1917/175  10 Dec 1917

Contents:
William of [...] Tichbourne Street, Brighton, son of William Mark Wilkinson, transport worker; imperfect expansion of the lungs at birth; [natural causes]. Fragile: cannot be issued

SHEPHERD  COR/3/2/1917/176  14 Dec 1917

Contents:
Leslie of 1 Trinity Street, Brighton, son of George Shepherd, tramway labourer; 9; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; [...] shock following fracture of the leg and [severe injuries caused by his] having been knocked down and run [over by a military motor lorry] driven by Private Robert Austen [Randall of the A S Corps in Lewes] Road. Fragile: cannot be issued

UNKNOWN  COR/3/2/1917/177  18 Dec 1917

Contents:
female; newly born; in the sea opposite Arundel Road, Brighton; found dead, no evidence as to separate existence; found drowned. Fragile: cannot be issued

HALL  COR/3/2/1917/178  18 Dec 1917

Contents:
Ellen Augusta of 30 Crown Gardens, Brighton, spinster, charwoman; 60; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following fracture of the skull and other severe injuries caused by having been knocked down and run over by a taxi cab driven by Guy Henry ?Brown in the Queen's Road; accidental death. Fragile: cannot be issued

HORDER  COR/3/2/1917/179  19 Dec 1917

Contents:
John Trodd of 46 Buckingham Road, Brighton, retired chartered accountant; 78; rupture of the large vein in the stomach following cirrhosis of the liver; natural causes. For warrant see 181 below. Fragile: cannot be issued

WARES  COR/3/2/1917/180  19 Dec 1917

Contents:
Edward John son of Sarah Ann Wares of 50 Arnold Street, Brighton, single woman, munition worker; 7 months; double pneumonia following an attack of measles; natural causes. For warrant see 181 below. Fragile: cannot be issued

TANNER  COR/3/2/1917/181  19 Dec 1917

Contents:
Elizabeth of 9 Exeter Street, Brighton, widow of Joseph Tanner, coachman; 85; heart failure caused by pleurisy and pneumonia; natural causes. Fragile: cannot be issued

WALTON  COR/3/2/1917/182  21 Dec 1917

Contents:
Victor Frederick of 29 May Road, Brighton, son of George Alfred Walton, former private in the Royal Sussex Regiment; 2; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; shock following severe burns caused by his clothes being set on fire at [home] on 17 Dec; accidental death. Fragile: fungal damage

REEVES  COR/3/2/1917/183  22 Dec 1917

Contents:
Henry Walter of 35 Regency Square, Brighton, boarding-house keeper; 38; at 38 Gardener Street; suddenly, atheromatous condition of the aorta and hypertrophy of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 184 below. Fragile: fungal damage

McMAHON  COR/3/2/1917/184  22 Dec 1917

Contents:
Molly Rose, daughter of Mabel Rose McMahon of 16 Marshalls Row, spinster, parlourmaid (domestic); 23 months; pleurisy and broncho-pneumonia; natural causes

EGAN-FOWLER  COR/3/2/1917/185  24 Dec 1917

Contents:
George Michael of 33 Narborough Road, Leicester, brewer's representative; 54; on the sea beach opposite Lewes Crescent; found drowned. For warrant see 186 below

ENGLEDOW  COR/3/2/1917/186  24 Dec 1917

Contents:
Gwendoline Mary, daughter of Archibald Engledow of 35 Buckingham Street, Brighton, farmer; 6 weeks; suddenly, inflammation of the lungs; natural causes

WARD  COR/3/2/1917/187  27 Dec 1917

Contents:
Alexander Alfred of 49 Lower Market Street, Hove, general shop keeper; 43; at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; heart failure whilst under the influence of an anaesthetic properly administered for the purpose of performing a necessary surgical operation; misadventure

DWYER  COR/3/2/1917/188  27 Dec 1917

Contents:
Cecil of 2 Essex Court, Temple, London, barrister-at-law; 47; at the Hotel Metropole, Kings Road, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart; natural causes. For warrant see 189 below

MOPPETT  COR/3/2/1917/189  27 Dec 1917

Contents:
Henry of 82 Dewe Road, Brighton, retired maltster; 77; suddenly, heart failure caused by a clot of blood obstructing the main artery leading to the heart; natural causes

PARSONS  COR/3/2/1917/190  29 Dec 1917

Contents:
Henry of 'Oak Croft', Old Park Ridings, Winchmore Hill, London, builder and contractor; 53; at 'Harley House', 11 Marine Parade, Brighton; suddenly, heart failure caused by acute pneumonia; natural causes

TILLEY  COR/3/2/1917/191  31 Dec 1917

Contents:
Maria Rebecca of 102 Lewes Road, Brighton, widow of William Tilley, undertaker; 74; cerebral haemorrhage caused by a fall at 94 Upper Lewes Road in Sep 1917; accidental death

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