|Name||Age||Place of Birth > Place of Death||Newspaper||Publication Date||Submitter|
|BRADY, Robert T||Carlyle IL||CarlyleUB||9 May 1872||Linda Holthaus|
The Union Banner
Thursday, May 9, 1872 Page 4 Column 2
Suicide-The dead body of a man was left off the noon train at this station last Sunday. Esq. Meadley summoned a jury and held an inquest over the remains, and from papers in the pockets of the deceased it was ascertained that his name was Robert T. Brady, that his home was 162 Sycamore Street, Cincinnati, and that he had relatives living in Sienbnville, Ohio-a gold watch and one hundred fifty dollars in money was found on the body, and a small cartridge revolver, with five chambers loaded and an empty shell in the sixth. His death was caused by a pistol wound in the head, and the evidence adduced at the inquest tended strongly to show that it was inflicted by himself at or near Vincennes.
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