Catharine Reynolds

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report > Coronial Inquest
30 June 1825

On Sunday se’enight an Inquest was held at the Government Factory, Parramatta, by Mr. EYRE the Coroner, on the body of CATHARINE REYNOLDS, a prisoner, who met with her death suddenly. She had been previously indisposed with dropsy, and was in a state of pregnancy. The evidence taken on the occasion, from the women of the Factory that belonged to the same mess with the deceased, was quite satisfactory, and such as justified the return of a verdict — Death by the visitation of God; and not in consequence of any improper treatment, in any way whatever.


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