Date: 31 Mar 1922
Percival Hopkins was taken ill on a train and later died from poisoning.
He was a doctor who lived at White House, Westcliff.
He had taken the train from London to Bournemouth on 31 March 1922 during which he was taken ill and later died.
An analyst found enough belladonna and aconite in him to cause death. However, there was insufficient evidence to show how the poison had been administered.