History and Information on Droitwich in the County of Worcestershire.

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Some history of Droitwich

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Related Newspaper Articles

"About nine o'clock on Friday evening last, as Oswald Crowther, shoemaker, living at The Vines, Droitwich, was passing a wall on his way home, nearly twenty yards of it fell with tremendous crash, together with a large quantity of earth, completely smothering him. The wall was erected for the purpose of keeping the embankment of a portion of the branch railway to Stoke out of the public road, and was some eight or nine feet high, backed to the top with earth. Nearly the whole of the wall fell in a solid mass on the footway, but most singularly fortunate Crowther was very little injured."
"Droitwich Accident"
Worcestershire Chronicle : January 29th 1862 Page 2

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