Canadian Deaths 1878-1886
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COALLIER, Télesphore – Died August 27, 1886 – Railway accident.. – (ADS 86).

COATES, S. E. – Merchant – Died September 2, 1883, Bulwer Village, Quebec – Died by poisoning by strychnine. His wife is tried at Sherbrooke and acquitted. – (JRO 83).

COCHRAN, Fitzgerald – Barrister (1856) – Died April 16, 1886 at Calgary, N.W.T., where he had resided since 1884, aged about 50 – He wa a son to the late Rev. Dr. Cochran of Halifax, Nova Scotia. – (Obit. 86).

COCHRAN, George Ramsay – Advocate – Born in 1834 – Died July 25, 1878 in Toronto, Ontario – He was a son of the late Hon. A. W. Cochran, Q.C. of Quebec – (Obit. 78).

COCHRAN, Jas. Cuppaidge (Rev., Church of England), D.D. – Born September 17, 1798 at Kings' College, Windsor, Nova Scotia – Died June 20, 1880 at Halifax, Nova Scotia – Son of Rev. Wm. Cochran, who was vice-President of King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia – (Obit. 80-81).

COCHRAN, John – Died January 3, 1886 in Toronto, Ontario – Drowned. – (ADS 86).

COCHRANE – Fireman – Died July 7, 1883, near Beamsville, Ontario – Railway accident – (ADS 83).

COCHRANE (Mrs.) – Died October 15, 1886 at Curryville, New Brunswick aged 97 – (DL 86).

COCHRANE, Arthur McNutt – M.L.C. of N.S. (1875-83), and a mem. of the Provl. Govt. without office (1882-83) – Born October 16, 1811 at Newport, Nova Scotia of Irish descent – Died August 17, 1883 at Maitland, Nova Scotia – (Obit. 83).

COCHRANE, James (Sir), Kt. (1845) – Chief Justice of Gibraltar (1841-77) – Born in 1798 in Halifax, Nova Scotia – Died June 24, 1884 at his residence, ''Glenrocky'', Gibraltar – He was a son of the late Hon. Thos. Cochrane, formerly Speaker of the N.S. Assembly. Sir James' brother, William, reached the rank of Lieut.-General in the army. Of his sisters one became the wife of Bishop Inglis, of N.S., a second, the wife of Dean Ramsay, of Edinburgh, and a third the wife of Sir Denis George, Bart. – (Obit. 83).

COCHRANE, Mrs. Rich'd – Died March 11, 1882, N. W. Arm. Halifax, Nova Scotia aged 60 – Frozen to death – (ADS 82).

COCKBURN – Comr. to consolidate and revise the Statutes of Canada – Deceased, successor appointed on November 13, 1883 – (PAPS Dominion 83).

COCKBURN, James (Hon.), Q.C. (1863) – Speaker of the House of Commons of Canada (1867-74) – Born February 13, 1819 at Berwick-on-Tweed, England – Died August 14, 1883 in Ottawa, Ontario – Came to Canada early in life. – (Obit. 83).

CODE – Died November 6, 1886 near Rogers Pass, B.C. – Railway accident. – (ADS 86).

CODE, Edward – A G. T. R. brakeman – Died June 22, 1885 in London, Ontario – Caught in a frog and before being able to extricate his foot, is run over by a passing train and killed. – (JRO 85).

CODEL, J. C. – Died June 23, 1886 in Montreal, Quebec – Drowned – (ADS 86).

COFFEE, Peter – Died October 15, 1886 at Nanaimo, B.C., aged 32 – From injuries sustained at an explosion of coal dust.. – (ADS 86).

COFFIN, William Foster (Lieutenant-Colonel) – Commissioner of Ordnance and Admiralty Land for the Dominion – Born November 5, 1808 at Bath, England – Died January 28, 1878, Aux Ecluses, Ottawa, Ontario – He accompanied his father, a Major in the army, to Quebec in 1813. He returned to England in 1815. He returned to Canada in 1830. In a paper, read by him in 1872, he says : 'My grandfather, my father and two uncles were all present at Quebec during the siege.' He was married at Boston to one of the two daughters of Deputy Commissary General Clarke, who was nearly related to the late Lord Lyndhurst. The other daughter became the wife of the Honorable Charles Richard Ogden, at one time Attorney-General of Lower Canada. – (Obit. 78).

COLBY, Benj. (Mrs.) – Died April 17, 1886 at Hatley, Quebec – Suicide by hanging – (ADS 86).

COLCLOUGH, W. H. – Died in May, 1878, Trenton, Ontario – Leaves a widow and three children. The widow sued the Union Mutual Life Insurance Company for her proportion of two policies on the life of her husband. The Company resisted payment on the ground that deceased had committed suicide, poisoning himself. After some deliberation the jury returned a verdict that deceased had taken the poison accidentally and that the Company was liable for the amount of the insurance – (JRO 79, see p. 202-203 ) – (See also Coulclough, W. H.).

COLE, A. – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 7y 6m – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

COLE, Edmund Hearle (Rev.) – Incumbent of All Saints' (Anglican) Church, Whitby, Ontario – Died May 16, 1878, Whitby, Ontario – The body was conveyed to Cobourg for interment – (Obit. 78).

COLEMAN, C. L. – County Atty. and Clk. of the Peace of Hastings, Ontario – Deceased, successor appointed on May 17, 1884 – (PAPS Ontario 84).

COLEMAN, Chas. Lester – Clerk of the Peace and County Crown Attorney for Hastings, Ontario – Died April 23, 1884 at Belleville, Ontario aged 63. – (Obit. 84).

COLEMAN, Rev. William – Superannuated clergyman of the Methodist Church – Died May 30, 1879, Scarboro', Ontario aged 71 – (Obit. 79).

COLEMAN, Thos. – Died December 28, 1882, Whitby, Ontario – Railway accident – (ADS 82).

COLGATE, Miss. – Died September 25, 1882, St. Catharines, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 82).

COLL, M. D. – Died March 6, 1886 at St. Thomas, Ontario – Railway accident. – (ADS 86).

COLLES, Sir Wm., Kt. – Died September 26, 1880, Blyth, Ontario – (Obit. 80-81).

COLLINGS, John – Navvy – Died July 26, 1884 at Jackfish Bay, on the north shore of Lake Superior – Murdered by John Ryan, a fellow navvy. He his tracked to Toronto, but there trace of him is lost. – (JRO 84).

COLLINS, Ellen (Mrs.) – Died February 23, 1882, St. John, New Brunswick aged 104 – (DL 82).

COLLINS, William – Died January 3, 1882 in Toronto, Ontario – Railway accident – (ADS 82).

COLTER, Saml. (Mrs.) – Died in December, 1886 in Downie, Ontario aged 104 – (DL 86).

COLVILLE, Samuel – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario, aged 13 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

COMEAU, Angelique (Mrs.) – Died February 6, 1884 at Cape Bald, Nova Scotia, aged 105 – (DL 84).

CONNEL, Dugald, a miser living at St. Thomas, Ontario – Died December 11, 1886 – He occupied meanly furnished apartments and lived on the plainest of food, frequently going for 24 hours without eating to save the expense of a meal. He leaves considerable property, bequeathing $6000 to his brother, Duncan, an inmate of the Elgin House of Industry. – (JRO 86).

CONNELL, Geo. Heber – M.P. for Carleton, New Brunswick, in the House of Commons, (1878-81) – Born in 1833 at Woodstock, New Brunswick – Died February 16, 1881, Ottawa, Ontario – Died in attendance on his Parliamentary duties – (Obit. 80-81).

CONNILLEAU, Rev. P., SJ. – Born in France – Died April 1, 1879, Ste. Victoire d'Arthabaska, Quebec aged 68 – He was the son of a soldier of Napoleon 1st(Obit. 79).

CONNOLLY, Mary (Mrs) (née Gallagher) – Died October 1, 1879 in Montreal, Quebec – Murdered by Susan Kennedy, wife of Jacob Mears – Mary Gallagher was the wife of James Connolly – Susan Kennedy was sentenced to be hanged on the 5th of December; but her sentence was commuted for imprisonment for life – (JRO 79).

CONNOLLY, Michael – Retired merchant – Born in 1794 in Co. Wexford, Ireland – Died December 7, 1884 in Quebec City, where he had resided for 66 years. – (Obit. 84).

CONNON, C. W. – M.D., LL.D., educationalist – Born April 9, 1815 in Aberdeen, Scotland – Died April 19, 1883 in Hamilton, Ontario – (Obit. 83).

CONNOR (or KOEHNER), John, a German Jew – Workman on the C.P.R. - Died July 17, 1885 at Regina, N.W.T. - Executed for the murder of Hy. Mulasky, a Pole, fellow-workman on the C.P.R. - He had come to Canada in 1882 – (JRO 85, see May 2, 1885).

CONNOR, Eliza (Mrs.) – Died October 18, 1883 in Toronto, Ontario, aged 78 – Relict of the late Hon. Skeffington Connor, LL.D., a Puisne Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Upper Canada. She was a member of the family of Hume of Humewood, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, whose grandfather, uncle and cousin german successively from 1784 represented Wicklow in the English House of Commons, and a niece of the last Lord Hartland. – (Obit. 83).

CONNORS, Patrick – Died July 6, 1883 at Peterboro', Ontario – Railway accident – (ADS 83).

CONO, Peter – Died December 21, 1881, near Richibucto, New Brunswick – Burned to death in his house (JRO 80-81).

CONROY, George ( Rt. Re'vd), D.D. – Apostolic Delegate in America from the See of Rome – Born at Dundalk (County Louth, Ireland) – Died August 4, 1878, St. John's, Newfoundland – He was the son of Nicholas Conroy, of Dromskin, Castle Bellingham, and a nephew of the Primate of Ireland – (Obit. 78).

CONROY, Henry E. – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 16 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

CONROY, Nicholas – Died February 9, 1879, Dromskin, Castle Bellingham, Ireland aged 80 – He was the father of the late Most. Rev. Dr. Conroy, Bishop of Ardagh and Apostolic Ablegate to Canada – (Obit. 79).

CONROY, Nicholas (Hon.) – Registrar of Deeds, P.E.I. – Born in 1816 at Rathdowney, Wexford, Ireland – Died October 13, 1879, Tignish, P.E.I. – He went to P.E.I. In 1835 – (Obit. 79).

CONROY, Thos – Died February 9, 1886 a Côte St. Paul, Quebec aged 32 – Railway accident. – (ADS 86).

CONSTANCE, Mrs. – Died July 10, 1883, London West, Ontario – Drowned in the sudden rise of the river Thames caused by heavy rains. – (JRO 83).

CONSTANTIN, M.H.N. (Rev.) – Priest of the Church of Rome – Born April 5, 1839 in Quebec – Died July 21, 1878, Levis, Quebec – (Obit. 78).

CONVERSE, John A. – Formerly proprietor of the Canada Cordage Works, Montreal – Died May 4, 1886 in Montreal, Quebec – (Obit. 86).

CONWAY – Died January 12, 1886 at Renfrew, Ontario – Stabbed in a quarrel – (ADS 86).

CONWAY, Francis – Died August 25, 1878 in Quebec – Murdured by Michael Farrell who was hanged January 10, 1879 – Francis Conway had a wife and five children. He was accompanied by three of his children and his brother at the time of the murder. He was on his way back having visited his father. A cousin, Michael Conway, had committed suicide a few years after 1863, and while dying confessed that he and Michael Farrell had killed a man named John Davis – (JRO 79, see p. 190-191).

CONWAY, Francis – Farmer – Died August 25, 1878, St. Catharines, Portneuf, Quebec – Brutally murdered by a neighbour Michael Farrell who is convicted on 5th Nov. and sentenced to be executed on 10th January, 1879 – (JRO 78).

CONWAY, Johnnie – Died August 28, 1882 in Toronto, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 82).

CONWAY, Michael – Died a few years after 1863 – In a fit or remorse, committed suicide, and while dying confessed that he and Michael Farrell had killed John Davis. Michael Conway is a cousin of Francis Conway who was murdered by Michael Farrell on August 25, 1878 – (JRO 79, see p. 190-191).

CONWAY, Robt. – Died February 10, 1886 at Harrington, Ontario aged 37 – Suicide by hanging – (ADS 86).

CONWAY, William – Died March 13, 1883 in St. John, New Brunswick – Burnt in fire on schr. Nellie(ADS 83).

COOK (Mrs.) – Died January 2, 1883 at Little Rideau, Ontario – Murdered by Frederick Mann who pleaded guilty September 17, 1883 and was executed October 12, 1883. Mann also killed Mrs. Cook's husband R. W. Cook, their daughter Emma Cook, and their son George Cook. – (JRO 83).

COOK, Emma – Died January 2, 1883 at Little Rideau, Ontario aged about 30 – Murdered by Frederick Mann who pleaded guilty September 17, 1883 and was executed October 12, 1883. Mann also killed her parents, Mr. & Mrs. R. W. Cook, and her brother, George Cook – (JRO 83).

COOK, Ephraim – M.D., ex-M.P.P. for South Oxford in the Can. Assembly – Born in 1797 at Hadley, Massachusetts, U.S.A. – Died December 28, 1881, Norwich, Ontario – He settled in Norwich in 1831. – (Obit. 80-81).

COOK, Geo., of Toronto – Died July 27, 1884 in Lake Huron off Whitefish Point, Ontario – Drowned – (JRO 84).

COOK, George – Died January 2, 1883 at Little Rideau, Ontario aged about 30 – Murdered by Frederick Mann who pleaded guilty September 17, 1883 and was executed October 12, 1883. Mann also killed his parents, Mr. & Mrs. R. W. Cook, and his sister, Emma Cook – (JRO 83).

COOK, John – Died September 13, 1882 in Toronto, Ontario – Choked to death while eating – (ADS 82).

COOK, R. W. (Mr.) – Farmer – Died January 2, 1883 at Little Rideau, Ontario – Murdered by Frederick Mann who pleaded guilty September 17, 1883 and was executed October 12, 1883. Mann also killed Mr. Cook's wife, their daughter Emma Cook, and their son George Cook. – (JRO 83).

COOK, Thomas, of the township of Mulmur, Ontario – Died June 20, 1879 – Murdered by Chester Monroe who was jealous of Cook's attentions to his wife. Monroe is placed on trial September 26, 1879. He his sentenced to be hung. The sentence is subsequently commuted to imprisonment for 7 years – (JRO 79).

COONEY, Patrick – Died February 18, 1882 in Montreal, Quebec – Scalded to death – (ADS 82).

COOPER – A young man in the employ of a merchant named R. Scott – Died July 12, 1886 at Minnedosa, Manitoba – Attacked and fatally wounded by intoxicated Finlanders in the employ of the railway at Shoal Lake – (JRO 86).

COOPER (Miss) – Died July 26, 1882, Schomberg, Ontario – Burnt to death – (ADS 82).

COOPER, Alexander (coloured) – Born in Virginia, U.S.A. – Died September 29, 1886 in South Buxton, Ontario, aged 104 – (DL 86).

COOPER, Fannie D. – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 19 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

COPELAND, W. – Died November 20, 1886 at St. Catharines, Ontario – Killed by explosion of boiler – (ADS 86).

COPLAND, Alex. – Died November 10, 1885 in Hinchinbrooke, Quebec aged 97 – (DL 85).

COPP, Anthony – Died May 7, 1886 at Hamilton, Ontario – Falls from a building – (ADS 86).

CORBETT, Augustus Patrick Myers (Surgeon Major) – M.D., late Surgeon P.C.O. Rifle Brigade – Died March 25, 1880 at Gosport, England – He was the eldest son of the late Sheriff Corbett, of Kingston, Ontario – (Obit. 80-81).

CORBETT, John – Mate – Died June 27, 1884 at Hillsboro', New Brunswick – Drowned by the upsetting of a boat – (JRO 84).

CORBY, Henry – ex-M.P.P for East Hastings in the Ont. Assembly – Born at Hanwell, England – Died October 25, 1881, Belleville, Ontario – (Obit. 80-81, see p. 402).

CORDICK (Mrs.) – Died July 11, 1883, Marmora, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 83).

COREY, William Allen (Rev., Baptist) – Born 1836 in Brunswick, Queen's, New Brunswick – Died March 27, 1882 at Portland, New Brunswick – (Obit. 82).

CORLEY, Frank – Died April 6, 1883, Tisdale, Manitoba – Sawmill accident – (ADS 83).

CORNISH, Ellen G. – Milliner – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 19 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

CORNISH, Francis Evans – M.P.P. – Born February 1, 1831 in London, Ontario – Died November 28, 1878 at Winnipeg, Manitoba – He was a son of Dr. Wm. King Cornish, who came to Canada in 1819 – (Obit. 78).

CORNWALL, Mrs. – Died April 25, 1883, Byron, Ontario – Suicide by hanging – (ADS 83).

CORRIVEAU – Convict in the St. Vincent de Paul (Quebec) Penitentiary – Died April 24, 1886 – Shot dead during a revolt among the convicts. – (JRO 86).

CORSE, Norton B. – Retired merchant – Born in 1808 near Brattleford, Vermont, U.S.A. – Died September 14, 1884 in Montreal, Quebec – He came to Montreal in early youth, and was for 67 years a resident of that city. – (Obit. 84).

CORSON, Rev. Robert – Died October 8, 1878, Brantford, Ontario aged 87 – (Obit. 78).

COSGRAVE, P. – Brewer – Born in 1814 in Wexford, Ireland – Died September 6, 1881 in Toronto, Ontario – He came to Canada in 1850. His business is still carried on by his sons. – (Obit. 80-81).

COSTELLO, John – Died December 11, 1883 in Toronto, Ontario – Railway accident – (ADS 83).

COSTELOW – Died September 12, 1882 in Quebec – Falls from a building – (ADS 82).

COSTER, Charles G. (Rev.), M.A., Ph. D. – Clergyman of the Church of England in New Brunswick – Born in 1824 at St. John's, Newfoundland – Died September 2, 1879, Newark, New Jersey – He was a son of the late Archdeacon Coster, of Fredericton, New Brunswick – (Obit. 79).

COSTER, N. Allan (Rev.) – Clergyman of the Church of England – Born in 1798 at Newbury, Berkshire, England – Died February 4, 1879, Richibucto, New Brunswick – (Obit. 79).

COTÉ – Clerk of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada – deceased – Sussessor appointed on May 20, 1882 – (PAPS Dominion 82).

COTÉ, Alfred – Died September 10, 1886 at Valleyfield, Quebec – Drowned – (ADS 86).

COTÉ, Joseph Olivier – N. P. (1841), Clerk of the Queen's Privy Council of Canada (1880-1882) – Born April 7, 1820 in Quebec City – Died April 24, 1882 in Ottawa, Ontario – (Obit. 82).

COTE, T. C. – Died May 14, 1883 in Quebec aged 14 – Asphyxiated in a well – (ADS 83).

COTREAU, D. – Died November 26, 1886 at Tusket Wedge, Nova Scotia – Drowned in a well. – (ADS 86).

COTTER, Jas – Second officer of the Dominion line SS. Brooklyn – Died October 10, 1885 in Montreal, Quebec – Misses his footing in going aboard his vessel and is drowned. – (JRO 85).

COTTON, Chas. E. – M.D. – Died December 10, 1885 at Cowansville, Quebec aged 69 – (Obit. 85).

COUGHLIN, Edward – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 9 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

COUILLARD, Rev. Jean Baptiste – R. C. Clergyman – Died April 16, 1879, East Douglas, Springfield, U. S. – (Obit. 79).

COULAN, Ann (Miss) – Represented to have been the first lady in Canada to nominate a candidate on the hustings – Died September 20, 1886 at Kingston, Ontario – (Obit. 86).

COULCLOUGH, W. H. (Mr.) – Agent of the Grand Trunk Railway at Trenton – Died May 21, 1878, Trenton (Ontario) – Commits suicide by swallowing a quantity of vitriol solution taken out of the telegraph battery in his office – (JRO 78) – (See also Colclough, W. H. : a jury later returned a verdic that he had taken the poison accidentally).

COUNDLEY, Jas. – Died June 30, 1884 at South Wellington colliery, near Nanaimo, British Columbia – Killed when an explosion of gas occurs in shaft No. 3 – (JRO 84).

COUPAR, Mrs. W. – Died January 13, 1883 in Montreal, Quebec – Fell down stairs – (ADS 83).

COURSOL, Emélie Henriette Hélène (Madame) (née Taché) – Died August 15, 1886 at Montmagny, Quebec – Wife of C. J. Coursol, Esq., Q.C., M.P. – She was the 4th daughter of the late Col. Sir E. P. Taché, twice Premier of Canada, before confederation. – (Obit. 86).

COURT, James – Broker and accountant – Born in 1811 at Hamilton, near Glasgow, Scotland – Died February 14, 1883 in Glasgow, Scotland – Came to Montreal, Quebec about 1829. He was on a visit to Europe at his death. – (Obit. 83).

COURTAWAY, A. – Capt. of the schooner T. W. Smith – Died November 21, 1882 – Killed on board the schooner by Alf. Boutilier, one of his own crew, in a scuffle. Boutilier disappears, and cannot be found. – (JRO 82).

COURTNEY, Harry – A young man – Died July 21, 1885 near Portage la Prairie, Manitoba – Killed by lightning – (JRO 85).

COUSINS, Edward – Died January 13, 1879 in Ontario – Cut his throat on hearing of the death of his lover Miss. Walker of Ailsa Craig of Ontario – (JRO 79).

COUSINS, Mary E. – Died August 17, 1883, Chatham, Ontario aged 17 – Suicide by poison – (ADS 83).

COUTLEE, Dominique Amable – ex-M.P.P. for Soulanges in Can. Assembly, 1857-61, and in Quebec Assembly, 1867-71 – Born December 24, 1822 at St. Joseph de Soulanges – Died April 11, 1882 in Montreal – (Obit. 82).

COUTTS, Alexander – ex-M.P.P for West Kent in Ont. Assembly (1875-79) – Born April 17, 1824 at Tullich, near Balmoral Castle, Scotland – Died August 14, 1881, Tilbury, Ontario – Died from the effects of a kick from a horse – (Obit. 80-81).

COUTTS, David (Rev.) - Retired minister of the Presbyterian Church – Died March 6, 1884 at Brampton, Ontario, aged 82 – (Obit. 84).

COVERT, John Stewart – M.P.P. for Sunbury in the N.B. Assembly (1868-81) – Born in 1829 at Maugerville, New Brunswick – Died March 3, 1881 at Fredericton, New Brunswick – Died in attendance on his Parliamentary duties – He came of Loyalist stock. – (Obit. 80-81).

COWAN – Sheriff of Bedford, Quebec – deceased – Successor appointed on July 8, 1880 – (PAPS Quebec 80-81).

COWAN, Alexander – Died July 10, 1886 at Battleford, N.W.T. – Drowned – (ADS 86).

COWAN, Peter – Sheriff of the Dist. of Bedford, Quebec – Died May 18, 1880, Cowansville, Quebec aged 64 – (Obit. 80-81).

COWICK – Died June 7, 1883, Bell's Corner, Ontario aged 60 – Railway accident – (ADS 83).

COWLEY, Austin – Died January 25, 1883, Salem, Ontario – Mill accident – (ADS 83).

COX, Ann Eleanor (Lady) – Died May 17, 1879, Sherbrooke, Quebec aged 78 – Widow of the late Sir Edmund Cox, 11th Baronet of Dunmanway, Cork, Ireland. Sir Edmund, her husband, had been an officer in the 87th Regt of Foot, and on his retirement from the army became Registrar of the District of Arthabaska, Quebec, an office he continued to fill up to his death in 1877 – (Obit. 79).

COX, Edmund (Sir), Bart. – Registrar fot the County of Drummond (Quebec) – deceased – Successor appointed on May 27, 1878 – (PAPS Quebec 78).

COX, G. W. – Late Gold Commissioner and Stipendiary Magistrate for Cariboo West, British Columbia – Died October 6, 1878, Bodie, Mono County, California, U.S.A. aged 56 – (Obit. 78).

COX, Richard – Died August 11, 1886 at Rockland Mills, Ontario – Crushed by a pile of lumber – (ADS 86).

COX, Robt. – Died July 22, 1886 at Nelson – Run over by a load of hay – (ADS 86).

COY, Ah (a Chinaman) – Died April 1, 1882, New Westminster, British Columbia – Found hanging with his clothes on fire and body badly burnt – (ADS 82).




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