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Charles Guiver's Suspicious Death

Post by Karen on Sat 21 Sep 2013 - 11:58

SEQUEL TO THE WHITECHAPEL TRAGEDY.

At the inquest in London on Monday on the body of Chas. Guiver, aged 34 years, lately acting as night watchman at a common lodging-house in White's-row, Spitalfields, who died suddenly on Wednesday last, it was shown that death was due to apoplexy accelerated by excitement. The deceased was one of the principal witnesses in the inquiry into the circumstances attending the murder of Frances Coles in Swallow-gardens, and had suffered from pains in his head since he identified the body.

Source: Cardiff Times, 7 March 1891, Page 3

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