Tutt, Charles

Tutt, Charles         1885 October 3rd

An inquest was held at the “London” Inn on Wednesday, by Mr G Smith (city coroner), on the body of an old man named Charles Tutt, who had lived in Windsor-street.

It appeared that the deceased got up at an early hour that morning in his usual health, and having had his breakfast went to his stable to harness his horse. Shortly afterwards his nephew went into the stable and found that he was dead. It is supposed that he had a fit.

Dr Gordon said he believed deceased died from natural causes, and the jury returned a verdict to that effect.


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