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Title: Coroner's Inquest. (Continued)
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We the undersighed jurors, make the following report of the person and effects of Henry Snyder, deceased: Hight of deceased 6 feed, color of hair dard auburn, dark whiskers and mustache, red and black crossbared flannel shirt, striped black and white woolen pants, badly worn, new woolen drawers and heavy boots, a heavy ring on little finger of right hand, supposed to be brass, a leather pocket book containing one dollar and fifty-three cents in currency, nickels and coppers, and one fine and one coarse comb.--O.H.P. SHEFFER, Foreman. T. BEEBE, ROBERT HASS, H.C. JOHNSON, LORENZO MILLER, JOHN STEDMAN, A.S. COBB, W.P.R. MOORE, ROBERT PEARSON, M. BEEBE, WILLIAM HORR, R.C. DOWLER, ELIHU A. SANDERS, Coroner of Warren County, Ind. After the inquest, the Coroner took the body of the deceased to Galveston, Ind., and delivered it into the hands of the relatives. April 21, 1870

Date: 4/21/1870
Origin: Warren Republican
Record ID: 00003014
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 3/7/2011
Collection: Newspaper Clipping Scrapbook
Entered By: WCHS

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