1874

There are only 8 cases available in the limited copies of the Salisbury Times on microfiche.

The first, Mary Jasper, is a case of poverty and illness compounded upon lack of care by the authorities. Frederick Shergold was one of four young men, working on the lines, who in their other hours went harvest-working in a neighbouring village, but seeking a shortcut, decided to use a trolley on the line to get there.

Jasper, Mary

Whitlock, Allen                  Pitton

Shergold, Frederick            Great Wishford

Musgrove, Eva

Wild, Charles                      Mottisfont

Davies, John                      East Harnham

Coombs, Harriet

Fryar, Henry

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