I've just received the Death certificate of my great x 3 grandmother Eliza Taylor
The cert is very hard to read, but I did manage to make out that an Inquest had been
held on 8th October 1890. She died on the 4th October 1890 at her husbands Pub which I
think I can make out to be the 'Give us your Hand'? Public House in Wollaton
Can anyone tell me if there ever was such a pub in Wollaton Street? I think maybe it
was The Hand pub, where Eliza's husband (widower), William Taylor, is living with her
daughter, Florence Tugby, at the 1891 census.
How can I find out if there is any written information about any Inquest held for her
Why would an Inquest have been held? Because she died at home?
How can i find out Who the coroner was in Nottingham North West in 1890, as I can't
read most of his name (first name, I think is Arthur)?
Neither my partner or myself can make out the first line of the Cause of Death, but the
second line is 'Heart Disease', followed by a P.M. (which I took to mean post
Any help would be gratefully received.
Jo in sunny Cyprus
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