Evidence Type: Newspaper Report > Coronial Inquest
18 April 1834
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The same day [Tuesday] an Inquest was holden at the King’s Arms, Hunter-street, on the body of MARIA MURRAY, who died that morning, owing, it is supposed, from fretting, at having had her head shaved in the factory. The Jury returned a verdict of—died by the visitation of God.
Female Factory Online (femalefactoryonline.org), “Coronial Inquest: MARIA MURRAY,” https://femalefactoryonline.org/coronial-inquests/c18340418/, accessed [insert current date].
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