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Unusual Chatham Death, 1900
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2012, 16:38:14 »
Nottingham Evening Post - Wednesday 03 January 1900

A gentleman named William Small, living in New Brompton, was yesterday morning decorating the Queen's Hall the Chatham Conservative Club with flags in readiness for a ball when fell from the top of a ladder, a distance of 25 feet. He was picked up insensible, and died a few hours after from fracture of the skull.
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