Surname First name Year Date Place of death Age Description Cause of death Informant
SAMWAYS Henry 1860 21 Aug Portesham 72 Agricultural labourer Felo-de-se [suicide] by hanging Information received from Henry Lock, coroner (deputy) for Dorsetshire. Inquest held August 23, 1860
SAMWAYS Henry 1906 4 Dec Union workhouse, St. Peter, Dorchester UD 90 Formerly a farm thatcher of Dorchester All Saints UD Senile decay. Certified by Alfred Emson LRCP&S Edin G. H. Brown, master, union workhouse, Dorchester
SAMWAYS John (otherwise Charles Henry ALBIN) 1929 3 Mar 29 Churchill Road UD 86 Bricklayer (journeyman) 1(a) Bronchitis acute. (b) Influenza. No PM [post mortem]. Certified by S. E. Rowbottom MRCS Florence J. Fripp, daughter, present at the death, 27 Churchill Road, Upper Parkstone
SAMWAYS Mary Ann 1897 3 Jul 42 Mill Street, All Saints Dorchester UD 81 Wife of Henry Samways, thatcher (master) Old age. Certified by E. J. Day MRCS Mary White, granddaughter, present at the death, 42 Mill Street, Dorchester
SAMWAYS Phillis 1856 7 Apr Portesham 60 Wife of Henry Samways, thatcher Fever. Certified The mark of Elizabeth Manuel, present at the death, Abbotsbury
SAMWAYS Thomas 1922 9 Feb 12 Friary Lane, St. Peter Dorchester UD 81 Formerly a farm laborer [labourer] (1) Bronchitis. Certified by John Parsons FRCS Minnie Green, daughter, present at the death, 12 Friary Lane, Dorchester
SAMWAYS Walter (otherwise Walter MIERS) 1904 11 May Parish of St. Peter’s Dorchester UD 2y 4m Infant child of Lucy Elizabeth Samways otherwise Miers, domestic servant Found drowned – wilful murder against Lucy Elizabeth Samways otherwise Miers Certificate received from Gus. P. Symes, deputy coroner for South Dorset. Inquest held 13th May 1904 & on adjournment 20th May 1904