Mary Moore, Richard Wooton, William Jackson

On Wednesday last one Mary Moore, wife of ___ Moore of South Kilworth in this county, was found dead lying behind one of the horses in the stable adjoining to her dwelling house. She was bruised upon several parts of her body, and her right arm was broke. It’s supposed she went into the stable in her husband’s absence to give the horses some meat and was kicked and trampled to death by one of the horses. On Thursday the Coroners inquest sat on the body and brought in their verdict accidental death.
++On Wednesday last one Richard Wooton, a poor old man, was found dead in the liberty of Breedon: He had been at Worthington with wood ashes to sell, and set off from Worthington on Monday last in the afternoon, in order to go to Goadby in Nottinghamshire where he lived. On Friday the Coroners inquest sat on the body and brought in their verdict natural death, there appearing no marks of violence upon the body.
++On Saturday last as one William Jackson of Hinkley, who belonged to the Leicestershire Militia, was riding upon the shafts of a carriers waggon, upon the turn-pike road between Leicester and Hinkley, he had the misfortune to fall from the shafts upon the ground, by which accident the waggon ran over part of his body, he was immediately taken up very much bruised and hurt, and carried to Hinkley, where he dyed about 12 o’clock on Saturday night. — On Monday the Coroners inquest sat on the body and brought in their verdict accidental death.