Surname First name Year Date Place of death Age Description Cause of death Informant
SMITH Ann 1870 9 Feb Leigh 61 Widow of Edward Smith, labourer Dropsy. Not certified The mark of David Loveless, in attendance, Leigh
SMITH Edward 1864 16 Feb Winterborne Steepleton 57 Agricultural labourer Influenza. Pneumonia. Certified The mark of Charlotte Mitchell, present at the death, Winterborne Steepleton
SMITH Henry 1847 5 Apr Sydling St. Nicholas 71 Labourer Influenza. Not certified Henry Smith, present at death, Cerne Abbas
SMITH John 1873 2 Mar Pennocks Moor, Edmondsham 76 Labourer Apoplexy. Softening of brain. Certified William Smith, present at the death, Pennocks Moor, Edmondsham
SMITH John 1905 10 Aug Broadmayne RD 74 Formerly a bricklayer (journeyman) Valvular disease of heart. Dropsy. Certified by Alfred Emson LRCP Maria Smith, widow of deceased, present at the death, Broadmayne
SMITH Sophia 1901 12 Apr Stanridge [Standridge?], Edmondsham RD 66 Wife of William Smith, game keeper Bronchitis. Cardiac syncope. Certified by H. G. Magrath LRCP W. Smith, widower of the deceased, present at the death, Stanridge, Edmondsham
SMITH Sydney Walter 1958 8 Nov The Poplars, Yetminster 70 Platelayer (Railway). (Retired) I(a). Acute ventricular failure. (b). Chronic cardiac disease.
II. Dropsy.
Certified by Geoffrey G. Hill BM
Ursula M. Froude, daughter, in attendance, The Poplars, Yetminster, Sherborne
SMITH Virtue 1867 16 Nov Edmondsham 72 Wife of John Smith, farm labourer Chronic bronchitis 2 years. Dropsy 1 year. Certified Sarah Smith, present at the death, Edmondsham
SMITH William 1915 3 Jan Brockington, Gussage All Saints RD 80 Formerly gamekeeper 1. Aortic disease. Certified by Chas. J. Girling MB Julia Cutler, daughter, present at the death, Brockington, Gussage All Saints