Coronerís Inquest - 1842
BRADSTREET, ROSS, HENDERSHOTT, MARLOW, HOBART, REID, NAGLE, FAYERWEATHER
Posted By: cheryl moonen (email)
Date: 9/24/2017 at 22:42:58
Thursday, April 14, 1842
Paper: Hawk-eye and Iowa Patriot (Burlington, Iowa)
At a Coronerís inquest, held on the body of Mr. John Porter Bradstreet, at the National Hotel, this city, the jury returned a verdict that said Bradstreet came to his death by the three pistol balls shot by Mr. William G. Ross, one in the head, one passing through the right breast, and the other through the loin.
D. Hendershott, Foreman
S. P. Reid
Charles Nagle, Sec.
J. R. Fayerweather, Acting Coroner
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