Abraham, Henry 1868 October 10th Quidhampton
An inquest was held yesterday at Quidhampton, by Mr Cardell (Deputy-Coroner), touching the death of Henry Abraham, a labourer, of that place, aged 39 years. The deceased was not a very healthy man, but was in his usual health on Thursday evening, and after having his supper went to bed at nine o’clock. About two hours afterwards, his mother heard him moaning, and on going to see the cause of it, she found that he was getting black in the face. He died about five minutes afterwards. Mr Bennett, surgeon, of Wilton, was of opinion that the cause of death was cerebral mischief. Verdict accordingly.