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Robert Lewis Serjeant - Canada

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Stuart

Stuart Report 5 Apr 2013 23:01

Looks like an accidental duplicate post - answers are on the other one, apart from Reggie's above

http://www.genesreunited.co.uk/boards/board/ancestors/thread/1322740

Reggie

Reggie Report 5 Apr 2013 22:57

The death cert will record cause of death.

If it was a major accident, the newspapers of the time/area may have carried reports

Have you googled for info?

David

David Report 5 Apr 2013 22:49

My great uncle, Robert Serjeant, was born in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia in 1891. He ultimately died in what I understand was a mining accident at Grand Forks, British Columbia, Canada, on the 24th October 1933. I am trying to find out the circumstances of his death.