5 edition of Coroners" reports, New York City, 1823-1842 found in the catalog.
Coroners" reports, New York City, 1823-1842
|Statement||abstracted by Kenneth Scott.|
|Series||Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society ;, v. 12|
|LC Classifications||F116 .N36 vol. 12, RA1063 .N36 vol. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||89061237|
New York City's chief medical examiner is confident Jeffrey Epstein died by hanging himself in the jail cell where he was being held without bail on sex-trafficking charges, but is awaiting more information before releasing her determination, The New York Times reported on Sunday, citing a city . Nearly 75% Of New York City Students Plan To Return To Classrooms This FallThe mayor said more than , students opted for in-person classes as part of the city.
Police officials in New York State and in Lake County said that Dr. Runkle, without notifying friends or relatives, had flown from Albany to Chicago . A simple notation of “drowning” was as frequently entered as any explanation for decease. Wrote Kenneth Scott, in his Introduction to Coroners’ Reports, New York City, “Inasmuch as New York was a port, drowning was an extremely common form of death.
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Genre/Form: Genealogy Vital statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scott, Kenneth, Coroners' reports, New York City, The Minutes of Coroners Proceedings: City and County of New York, John Burnet, Coroner, and the two volumes of Coroners’ Reports New York City,report the deaths of people in British colonial New York and nineteenth century New York City, respectively.
The causes of deaths are many, such as smallpox, accidents, drowning, murder, and falls. NYGBS Collections Volume XII: Coroners' Reports, New York City, – () NYGBS Collections Volume XIII: Naturalizations in the Marine Court, New York City, – () NYGBS Collections Volume XIV: Coroners' Reports, New York City, – ().
Coroner's Reports, New York City, These books are digitized copies of works published in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.
The book covering eighteenth-century Coroner's Proceedings was authored by Francis J. Sypher Jr., and the volumes covering the nineteenth-century Coroner's Reports was authored by Dr.
Kenneth Scott. The Coroner of New York City issued death certificates and performed autopsies and inquests for New York County, New York for 1823-1842 book homicides, suicides and accidental deaths and any suspicious deaths. The office served only Manhattan until when the city expanded.
After the consolidation of New York City the office handled the outer boroughs, with each outer borough having two coroners. Coroners' reports, New York City, (Collections of the New New York City Genealogical and Biographical Society) by Kenneth Scott (Author) Published by New York Genealogical & Biographical Society () ().
Suicide cases from the NYC Coroner's Reports +7 votes. views. A few years back I copied down a few suicide cases out of the New York City Coroner's reports for my own curiosity. I'm posting them here in case they can help someone. They are from the book abstracted by Kenneth Scott.
The original records are on microfilm. [Kenneth Scott: Coroners' Reports New York City,Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Volume XII, ]. The entire "inquest" series is microfilmed; however it should be noted that towards the latter part of this. The New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) conducts independent investigations using advanced forensic science in the service of families, communities and the criminal justice system.
Our work provides answers for those affected by sudden and traumatic loss, and helps protect public health. Coroner's inquisitions,New York, N.Y. WorldCat Coroner's reports, New York City, Family History Library Coroners' reports, New York City, Family History Library Coroners' reports, New York City, WorldCat Death Notices from the New York Evening Post, American Ancestors.
Coroners' reports, New York City, (Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Kenneth Scott (Author) › Visit Amazon's Kenneth Scott Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search Author: Kenneth Scott. Genre/Form: Genealogy: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scott, Kenneth, Coroners' reports, New York City, New York: New York.
Barbara Sampson was appointed the Chief Medical Examiner of the City of New York in December In this role, she oversees investigations into deaths in New York City, and the operation of the largest DNA laboratory in the nation. She is the first woman appointed to lead the Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME).
Genealogical data from New York administration bonds, / abstracted by Kenneth Scott. --v. Coroner's reports, New York City, / abstracted by Kenneth Scottv.
Naturalizations in the Marine Court, New York City, / abstracted by Kenneth Scottv. - New York Book Indexes to Passenger Lists, Death records from to the present can be obtained from the New York City Department of Health ($). - New York, New York Coroner's Reports (incomplete) at NYGenWeb.
During her tenure, the most popular suicide spot in New York City was the atrium in Times Square’s Marriott Marquis hotel.
Melinek autopsied two jumpers: One, a. Coroners’ reports: New York city, – New York: The New York Genealogical and Bibliographic Society. New York: The New York Genealogical and. CORONERS’ REPORTS NEW YORK CITY, Kenneth Scott (Abstracted by) New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Hard Cover.
A clean copy with no marks of any kind. Facsimile reprint by the Higginson Book Company, with no marks. In a library style blue cloth binding. Price sticker on the rear board. Coroner reports helped the C.D.C. link more than 50 unexplained deaths to methylene chloride, a chemical common in paint strippers, which led.
One example of a major published source used by genealogists searching in New York City would be the "Coroner's Reports, New York City, " This title is published by the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society.
Similar titles have been published in other areas of the country.Books. Search The National Archives’ bookshop to see whether any of the publications below may be available to buy.
Alternatively, look in The National Archives’ library catalogue to see what is available to consult at Kew. J Gibson and C Rogers, ‘Coroners’ records in England and Wales’ (The Family History Partnership, ).Nn v Coroners’ Reports, New York City, Nn v Coroners’ Reports, New York City, Nbi Index to Marriage and Death Notices in the New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung, M27i Index to Marriages and Deaths in the New York Herald .