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Family Notices

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.?: I ALLEGED CHILD MURDER AT TENBY. At he Town Hall, Tonby', oh Tuesday last, a young woman named Kate Hickey, cook, in the service of Captajn Payne, 4, The Croft, was brought up in custody 1 before the Magistrates and charged with killing her infant child on the 12th of February, 1894, at 4 The Croft. A post- mortem examination had been made, and the doctors' evidence showed that the cause of the death of the child was stn: 1- gulation. At the conclusion of the evideL ft the young woman was formally charged with the crime by the cierk to the justices, and in reply she said she did not kill the child, and" did not know what she was doing. —The Bench then committed her for trial for wilful murder, to the next Pexn" brokeshire Assjbes at Haverfordwest*