Kite, Elizabeth

Kite, Elizabeth        1887 October 29th       Harnham

On Wednesday, Mr R A Wilson (District Coroner) held an inquest at Harnham, on the body of Elizabeth Kite, wife of a laborer, of West Harnham.

It appears that between eight and nine o’clock on Tuesday evening she was returning from Salisbury station, where she had gone to meet a friend. On arriving at Harnham her breath became very short, and she had great difficulty in getting along. She got a chair outside the Crown Inn, and sat down, whilst someone went for her husband, but before he came she was dead.

Mr Kelland attributed death to heart disease, and a verdict according to this opinion was returned.

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