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SAD FATE OF AN OLD MAN AT PENMARK. The body of a man, named Edward Morris, age 65, employed as a farm labourer at Garnllwyd, was found drowned in the brook at Penmark, n-ear Barry, on Saturday evening last. It appears that the same afternoon the deceased, and another man named Thomas Harris, were returning from Llancarfan, when the latter lay down to sleep in a wood through which they passed, but Morris continued his journey, and it is believed he also lay down to sleep on the bank of the brook, and whilst asleep he must have rolled over the edge into about 4ft of water, and wa.s drowned. Harris was still asleep when found. At the Coroner's inquiry on Tuesday, Dr Neale said death was due to drowning. Deceased had in all probabilty gone to the brook for a drink, and had fallen in. The jury returned a verdict of Found drowned."

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