During World War II Torquay was regarded as safer than the towns of South East Englandand played host to evacuees from the London area, the town did, however, suffer minor bomb damage during the war, mainly from planes dumping excess loads after participating in the Plymouth Blitz.
Although she was born in Dover, Joss Stone moved to Ashill, a village near Cullompton, as a teenager. The blood throughout the body was fluid. He stated that he had been working with the deceased and others, and had put down the rail; also that he was under the pile engine, fastening it, at the time the accident occurred.
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He enjoyed a prosperous TV career, appeared in a variety of films and partially funded the popular satirical magazine Private Eye. He was with him at half-past eight on Saturday night; witness and the deceased all sex actress in Torquay taking up a railway metal to carry it out on a balk, and he helped to take it out with him.
In the stomach he found a few mustard seeds and a little undigested food, but no trace of beer - only a slight alcoholic smell. A fellow servant, named Ham, extinguished the flames by throwing a blanket over the deceased, but she died on Sunday last from the effects of the burns.
Wellswood and the Lincombes were built up by wealthy Victorians who, influenced by their travels around the Mediterraneanbuilt large villas with Italianate features and towers. Some lamentable facts were elicited by the Jury from the witness relative to the character of the house in which she lives.
Boundy proved being called to see the deceased on Sunday morning, and finding him dead, in the house No. Torbay Council Library Services. The Coroner reviewed the case and pointed to the state of the body, as one of the strongest facts of the case.
When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. During this period the cottage has been thatched two or three times; but the rain permeated the straw and settled upon the wooden supports of the house, so as to cause them to rot.
The crime was discovered by Mr William Pollard, surgeon, who was called to attend the young woman at the request of her mistress, SMITH herself having refused to have medical assistance. Mr Rose, the governor, said the deceased was received into the Prison on December 15th last year.
These were remarkable sounds to issue from a supposed empty house, but Mrs Short was satisfied with her husband's suggestions that "it might be some one outside," and made no remark to any body till last Friday morning, when CLEMENTS not having returned, and nothing having been heard of him, she told a man named Samuel Lewis, who was passing, that she was distressed at the deceased's disappearance, and induced him to look into the bedroom window, which he did by means of a gate, and there he thought he saw the old man on the bed.