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DYSERTH. BURNT TO DEATH.âAn inquest was held at the Red Lion, Dyserth, on the 24th ult., before Wm. Davies, Esq., Coroner, touching the death of Jane Williams, aged 4 years, the daughter of Thomas Williams, carpenter, Ty'n y Pistyll, Dyserth, Mr Robert Roberts, Dyserth Hall, being the foreman of the jury.âAnn Williams, deceased's mother, stated that her little girl went out to play at about a quarter to 12 noon, on the 22nd inst. At 12 she heard screaming in the road, close to the house, and on running there, found her daughter in flames. Dr. Griffiths, Prestatyn, was sent for, and attended the girl up to 2 p.m. on the 23rd, when she died of the effects.âLouisa Roberts, Talargoch Houses, stated that she passed deceased's home at 12 noon on the 22nd inst. The little girl ran up to her, with her clothes on fire. She cried for help, and deceased's mother ran there and took hold of her daughter.âThere was no evidence to show how the girl's clothes caught fire. The jury returned a verdict of "Accidentally burnt."

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