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Re: Inquest in Worcs
« Reply #9 on: Friday 06 March 09 07:41 GMT (UK) »
I've been to the Worcester centre too, and agree, it's a nice place. It's also got some good pubs nearby for a little light refreshment when the eyes are getting somwewhat tired after reading such tiny print.

I was looking for an inquest into my 4x gt grandfather's death - one distant cousin reckons he was murdered in 1823. I couldn't find an inquest, but did find a notice of his death. In the same paper, they were discussing the possible change to decimal currency.  :o  :o

If you liked the Family History Centre, Jane, the archives on the edge of the city are terrific.
I suppose I'm lucky, I only live a few miles up the road.

David
Anderson - Leics., Yorks.; Attwood - Worcs., Staffs.,  Salop; Baylis - Worcs.; Beach/Bache - Worcs., Staffs., Salop; Bills - Devon, Worcs.<br />Dovey - Worcs., Staff., Salop; Gill - Worcs.; Hampton - Worcs., Staffs.; Hancox/Hancocks - Worcs., Staffs.<br />Hill - Worcs., Staffs., Salop; Sherwood - Worcs., Staffs.; Stonyer - Worcs., Staff., Salop, Essex<br />Woodall - Worcs., Staffs.; Potter - Essex.