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Australia, South Australia, Police reports to the coroner - City Coroner and successors, 1919-1931

Manuscript/Manuscript on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2017
5991 digital folders

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Digital capture of original records at the State Records of South Australia, Adelaide.

These records were written by police officers and then sent to the City Coroner. Information generally includes name, age, former address, and occupation of the deceased, date, place, and circumstances of death, relatives of deceased, names of witnesses, name of police officer, and date of report. Includes deaths of patients at the Parkside and Adelaide Lunatic Asylums.

To search an index for these records, click http://www.archives.sa.gov.au/content/police-reports-coroner#overlay-context=user (October 2016). The number on the far right of the index corresponds to the last number of the archive number. For example, Mary Ann Crocker , no. 418, would be found on the DGS 103026385, listed as GRG1_44_0_16_418-1911 in the catalog, 418 being the number in the index, and 1911 being the year. Copies of the index are included in the digital image copies also.

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