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1839 | Mrs Mary Courts crossing rail road line near Angarrack incline knocked down by descending train and fatally injured

16th May 1839, an elderly person, Mrs Mary Courts, nee Tremayne, when crossing the rail road line near the Angarrack incline, was knocked down by a descending train and fatally injured

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A booklet entitled, "Angarrack, The Singular History of a Cornish Village", by John Higgans, dated 1986 at Newton Abbot

 

 

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