File CNR/1/1057 - Case file for Kate Elizabeth Barker

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Case file for Kate Elizabeth Barker


  • 18 February 1925 (Creation)
  • 18 February 1925 (Creation)

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The first entry of a coroner in York dates from 1229, and there were three in 1279 and the 1630s. Though appointed and salaried by the corporation, the coroner is an independant official, ultimately responsible to Crown and Lord Chancellor. In 2019 the office of the City of York Coroner moved from York to Northallerton to co-locate with the services of the North Yorkshire Coroner. At present the two offices are still functionally separate.

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Of 2 Bond Street, The Groves.
Age: 46
Cause of death: Accident


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