Jagielsky, Victor

Jagielsky, Victor        1920 December 31st

Inquest at the Asylum

The City Coroner (Mr A M Wilson) held an inquest yesterday (Thursday) at Fisherton House Asylum in connection with the death of Victor Apolinatis Jagielsky, aged 87, who had been an inmate since June 13th, when he was removed from London. It was stated that no trace could be found of any relatives of his in England. After hearing the evidence the Coroner found that the patient died from shock following a fracture of the right leg due to an accidental fall in the ward where he slept.

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