On Tuesday, Mr Percy Morrison held an inquiry at the Mortuary Chapel, Mitcham, relative to the death of Emily Mills, the wife of Joseph Mills, a builder’s labourer, living at 26, Sibthorp-road.
— The husband stated that the deceased was 40 years age, and since her father’s death, which took place in March last, had not been in good health.
— Dr Oscar Berridge Shelswell deposed that he attended the deceased on the 3rd inst., and found that she was suffering from pains under the heart and slight pleurisy. On the 13th inst. he discovered that she was suffering from pneumonia and pleurisy, to which he attributed her death.
— The jury returned a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence.
Source: Surrey Mirror – Friday 24 May 1895 from the British Newspaper Archive (subscription required)