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    Samuel Grimshaw (1848-1886) Manchester

    Hi David, I had no luck finding it in the newspapers either, I am hoping there is an archive out there from the Coroner's office.
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    Samuel Grimshaw (1848-1886) Manchester

    Yes that is the death, I'm trying to find the results of the inquest, if a report exists outside the death record.
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    Hello from Boston

    Thanks
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    Hello from Boston

    Hi , my name is Tim Burke a live just outside of Boston, I'm researching the Grimshaw, Openshaw, Wall and Harding families from the greater Manchester area in the 1800's. While I have some experience doing research, I'm still very much learning. I'm also researching the Burke's and other Irish...
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    Samuel Grimshaw (1848-1886) Manchester

    I'm searching for the results of an inquest into Samuel's death. According to his death record, he was "found drowned in the Rochdale Canal" on 2 Jun 1886. An inquest was held on 4 Jun 1886 and a certificate issued by Deputy Coroner Sydney Smelt of Manchester. Would anyone know where to locate...
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