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An Architect's Suicide

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An Architect's Suicide

Post by Karen on Wed 27 Jul 2011 - 19:37


On Saturday Mr. Wynne Baxter held an inquest at the Felstead mission hall, Bromley, respecting the death of Joseph Harris, aged 52, an architect and surveyor, lately residing at 60, Coborn-road, Bow, who was found drowned on Wednesday. Mr. William Harris, a builder, of 34, East India-road, deposed that the deceased, who was his brother, called upon him on Tuesday. After chatting for some time they walked together to the corner of Burdett-road, where they parted, deceased saying he was going home. James Wyse, a lighterman, deposed to finding deceased's body on Wednesday in the Lea near Bromley railway-bridge. Mr. Edward Harris, a son of the deceased, said his father had lately been under the idea that he was in monetary difficulties, although this was not the case, and this idea had depressed him. The jury returned a verdict of "Suicide while temporarily insane."

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, August 30, 1891, Page 12

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