Cooper, Henry

Cooper, Henry          1868 July 11th          Dinton

An inquest was held by R M Wilson, Esq., at Dinton, on Tuesday last, on the body of Henry Cooper, a travelling tinman, aged 40 years. He had been out of health for the last nine months, and at times threw up large quantities of blood. On Friday, at Tisbury, he became worse, and on Saturday, Dr Zinzan, surgeon of that place, saw him, and directed him to be taken to the Salisbury Infirmary, but being unable to obtain a recommendation he could not go. On Sunday he reached Dinton, when he died in great pain about 9 o’clock in the evening. Verdict — “Visitation of God from disease of the lungs.”

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