City of London Coroners:
Coroners' Inquests into Suspicious Deaths

5th January 1792 - 31st December 1792

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Image 546 of 86110th April 1795



An Inquisition [..] Indented taken for our Sovereign Lord the King at London
that is to say at the parish of Saint Bridget alias Bride in the ward of Farringdon without
in London aforesaid on the tenth day of April in the thirty second year of the reign of our
Sovereign Lord George the third by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland
King defender of the faith and so forth before Thomas Shelton< no role > Gentleman Coroner for
our said Lord the King for the City of London and Borough of Southwark on view of the
Body of George Worster< no role > an infant now here lying dead by the oath of Justus Hudson< no role > ,
William Bath< no role > , William Toulon, John Browne< no role > , William James< no role > , David Wood< no role > James Dawson< no role > ,
John Laasinby< no role > John Willis< no role > , Richard Briggs< no role > , William Green< no role > , and John Foster< no role > , good and
lawful men of the City of London aforesaid [..] who being now here duly chosen
sworn and charged to enquire for our Lord the King when how and in what manner the
said George Worster< no role > came to his death say upon their Oath that the said George Worster< no role > [..]
on the seventh day of April in the year aforesaid being in a certain one pair of Stairs room
in the dwelling house of one [..] Worster there situate and being near to the window of the
saw Room It so happened that the said George Worster< no role > [..] accidentally casually and
by misfortune fell from and out of the said Window into the street and to upon and against
the Stone pavement there [..] by means whereof he the said George Worster< no role > did then
and there receive one mortal wound and contusion in and upon the back part of the head
of him [..] the said George Worster< no role > of which said mortal wound and contusion he
said George Worster< no role > on the same day and year aforesaid at the parish and ward aforesaid
in London aforesaid did die And so the Jurors aforesaid upon their Oath aforesaid do say
that the said George Worster< no role > in manner and by the means aforesaid casually and by
misfortune was accidentally killed. In Witness whereof as well the said Coroneras the
said Coroner
as the said Justus Hudson< no role > the foreman of the said Jurors an behalf of himself
of himselfand the rest of his fellows in their presence have to this Inquisition set their
hands and seals the day year and place first above written.

Justus Hudson [mark] Foreman

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