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Decipher a Coroners' Inquest

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Hi Everyone, The Coroners' Inquest re the death of my husband's 3xg grandfather is available on Ancestry but I am unable to read/decipher it all. I can work out some words but not enough to be able to fill in the gaps. I was wondering if anyone out there was willing and able to have a go at it for me please.
It is for the death of Matthew Everingham in 1817 in Australia.
Next question is how do I upload it here so you can have a go at it please?

Cheers, Barbara redf)
 
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Thanks Leefer. There is so much out there available on this family. The afore mentioned Matthew was sent out here on the First Fleet in 1788...he would not have had any idea at the time, I think, of the impact he and his descendants would have in shaping and populating this wonderful country of ours! I think we could form our own small kingdom now!
 

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