Cranmer Local History Group
Researching the history of Aslockton, Scarrington and Whatton-in-the-Vale - Established 2001
 
 
 
 

 

Cranmer Local History Group Newspaper Archive


Nottinghamshire Guardian
Friday 22nd January 1869
Inquest - 11th January 1869
An inquest was held by Mr. Wm. Wallis, deputy coroner, at the Cranmer Arms Inn, on the 13th inst., on the body of Emma Annie Parnham, aged 17 months, who died suddenly on the 11th. inst. In the evening of the latter day, deceased become suddenly convulsed, and Dr. Smyth, of Bingham was sent for, but before that gentleman could arrive, death had occurred.
Dr. Smyth was of the opinion that deceased was suffering from an attack of measles which, being suppressed, caused the convulsions and consequent death.
The jury return a verdict is accordance with such opinion.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Our next meeting
The Great Escape
Tuesday 6th February 2018
19:45:00 p.m.
A Talk by John Becket - Professor of Regional History - University of Nottingham.