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Dr. Timothy Robert Killeen

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Dr. Timothy Robert Killeen

Post by Karen on Sun 5 Dec 2010 - 17:25

Seeing as it is extremely difficult to find much information on Dr. Timothy Robert Killeen, I decided to start a thread for him.



The insurance of the lives of young children is often regarded with some suspicion, more especially when the insured die of supposed neglect. At an inquest held yesterday by Dr. Macdonald, at the Black Swan, Spitalfields, on Mary Ann Elliott, an infant of ten months old, some curious disclosures were made. The mother has been an unfortunate enough to lose three children of tender age, all of whom were illegitimate. The subject of the present inquiry was attended by Dr. Killeen, of Brick-lane, Spitalfields, who severely reprimanded the mother for the dirty state the child was in. A few minutes after she was taken from the doctor's the poor little child died, and finding that its life was insured the medical man refused to sign a certificate of death. It did not appear in the evidence whether the two former children were insured or not; but, as they died at the respective ages of five and 14 days, there was presumably no time to take this precaution against accident. After a long discussion, the jury found that Mary Ann Elliott had died from the effect of exhaustion following upon diarrhea although the doctor stated that "it looked as if the child had been the victim of extreme, if not absolute, starvation." Comment upon cases of this nature is hardly needful.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, August 19, 1888, Page 7

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