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■ — —J LAPSE OF MEMOhiY 7 j HARBOUR TRUST SIGNAL- MAN'S FATE. DISTRESSING PORT TALBOT DISCOVERY. Mr. L. M. Thomas held an inquest at Aberavon on Wednesday on the death of Charles Parkhouse, who was found dead near the railway in the vicinity of Port Ta.lbot docks. He was a signalman under the Swansea Harbour Trust. Evidence of identification wa-s given by deceased's wife, who said deceased who lived at 84, Ysgol-street, Port Tennant, had been ill for some time and suffered from fits that caused lapses of memory, and he had been missing since last Monday. David John Morgan, foreman under the Port Talbot Docks Co., deposed to rinding deceased lying in the six foot way with a leg amputated. Witness said he thought deceased might have had his foot caught between the check rail and the rail (where it was found) and a passing engine ran over ? Dr. Raddine said death was due to shock f| Dk.  said death wais due to s. hock following injunes received. 'V?uict accordingly.

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