City of London Coroners:
Coroners' Inquests into Suspicious Deaths

5th January 1792 - 31st December 1792

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Image 527 of 8615th April 1792


Information of Witnesses taken at London
that is to say at the Parish of Saint Sepulchre
in the Ward of Farringdon without the 5
day of April 1792 on view of the body of
Robert Moore< no role > now lying dead

Stephen Gardner< no role > a Prisoner for Debt in His Majesty< no role > 's Prison the
New Compter maketh Oath that he hath known the deced
Robert Moore< no role > for about eight Weeks part that the was also
a prisoner for Debt in the said Prisonthat he appeared to be
in a weak ill state when he came into said Prison and
appeared to be in a declineand appeared to get worse and
decline daily from the time of his first coming into said
Prison until his Deaththat he eat and drank in same
Room with Dept. since he has been in prison that for these
last eight days he appeared to get mark worse and kept
his Bed most part ofhis timeof the time that he appeared
much worse on Tuesday Morning last appeared to be
a dying state and continued so until this Morning about
part twelve when he departed this Lifethat he
was attended by the Surgeon of said Prison and was
taken as much care of as the situation of the prison would
admit and wanted for nothing.

Stephen Gardner< no role >

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