Middlesex Coroners:
Coroners' Inquests into Suspicious Deaths

1st May 1781 - 31st December 1799

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An Inquisition indented taken for our sovereign Lord the King at The Parish of Saint James
Clerkenwell in the County of Middlesex , the nineteenth Day of [..] in the 21st 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, Etc. before Edward Umfreville< no role > one of the Coroner s of Our said Lord the
KING, for the said County, on view of the body of Samuel Hinds< no role >
then and there lying dead, upon the oath of John King< no role > , Thomas
Evans Thomas< no role > Gommery, James Foes< no role > , Henry Chapman< no role > and Matthew
Rokes good and lawfull Men of the said County duly chosen And
John Munday< no role > , Jeremiah Bird< no role > , John Delaney< no role > , William Burrell< no role > , John
Grant and John Hughes< no role > Prisoners in the Prison called Clerkenwell Bridewell
good and lawful Men of the said County duly chosen as by Law required,and who being then and there duly sworn
and charged to enquire for Our said Lord the KING, when, how, and by what means the said Samuel Hinds< no role >
came to h is Death, do upon their oath say, That the said Samuel Hinds< no role >
on being a Prisoner in the said Prison in the Parish and County aforesaid
on the Eighteenth Day of January in the Year aforesaid at the Prison
aforesaid Departed this Life by the visitation of God in a Natural
way to Wit of a Fever and not otherwise

In Witness whereof, as well the said Coroner, as the said John King< no role > the Foreman of
the said Jurors on behalf of himself and the rest of his Fellows, in their presence, have to this Inquisition set their
Hands and Seals the Day and Year first abovementioned

E: Umfreville [mark] Coronr.
John King< no role > [mark] Foreman

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