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Tragic death in a bank

Hampshire Advertiser

A tragic death occurred the Southampton Branch of the London City and Midland Bank on Monday.

Mr. Alfred Albert White, aged 44. a beer retailer, of 16. Grove Street, Chapel, entered the premises, asked for £2 worth of coppers, and became suddenly ill.

Other customers in the bank rushed to his assistance, but in a minute or two death ensued. The deceased leaves a wife and family of five with whom the greatest sympathy is felt.

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2019) Tragic death in a bank (Hampshire Advertiser, Saturday 14th January 1922, ref: #79, published 31 October 2019, generated 22nd January 2021 05:24:33 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/tragic-death-in-a-bank-79.html