SUDDEN DEATH AT WINDSOR. - An inquest was held at Wilberforce, on Wednesday last (our correspondent writes), before Mr. L. White, coronor, and a jury, on the body of Ann Wall, wife of Thomas Wall, farmer. Mr. Wall deposed : The deceased is my mother ; I am twenty two years of age, and have lived with my father and my mother from my infancy ; the deceased took ill with vomiting about half-post 10 last night ; she had several fits, and continued to throw up blood ; she complained of pains in her throat, and desired that warm tea might be given her - she said she was dying ; after taking the tea she rallied a little and sat up in the bed: she died twenty minutes to 12 ; the deceased was sixty-four years of age, and a native of the colony. George Alexander Cobcroft, innkeeper, corroborated the testimony of the winess Mary Wall. Dr. Day certified that he viewed the body of the late Ann Wall. Prom the description given of the symptoms previous to death, and from the appearance of the body, he was of opinion that death resulted from internal haemorrhage, cause by the rupture of some internal blood vessel. Tbe jury found a verdict according the medical testimony.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Ann by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage (beta) of DNA with Ann: