History and Information on Hereford in the County of Herefordshire.


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Hereford Pubs

Some history of Hereford

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Hereford : Cathedral [c.1924]

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Hereford : Wye Bridge [c.1908]

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Genealogy Connections

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Related Newspaper Articles

"On Monday last, an inquest was held by N. Lanwarne Esq., upon the body of John Whitmore, collector of tolls at the Mordiford Turnpike Gate, who destroyed himself on Saturday by hanging. The deceased was very honest, civil, and well-disposed man, but it appears that his wife was in the habit of leaving him, getting into debt, and indulging in intoxicating drinks. In consequence they had frequent quarrels, and there was nothing like domestic happiness. On Saturday afternoon, someone told the unfortunate man that his wife was rolling about the streets of Hereford drunk, and about five o'clock the same evening he was found dead in the turnpike house having hanged himself. The feet were almost touching the ground at the time he was discovered, but all attempts at resuscitation failed. Verdict, Temporary Insanity. It will be seen in our police report that the unfortunate man's wife was incarcerated in the station-house, in this city, from Saturday afternoon until Monday morning, she having been found in the streets by the police intoxicated and totally incapable of taking care of herself."
"Consequences of a Wife's Intemperance"
Leicestershire Mercury : August 17th 1844 Page 2