Date: 28 Sep 1929
Place: Albert Road, Eccles
Wilfred Hollinrake died from prussic acid poisoning.
He was a solicitor from Eccles.
His widow said that she found him lying flat on his back, having apparently fallen from a chair.
She said that there was some brown-coloured saliva around his mouth.
A lady doctor was called and stated that she thought Wilfred Hollinrake had been dead for some time.
She said that he had never threatened to take his own life and said that their financial position had recently been more stable.
see The Scotsman - Saturday 28 September 1929
see Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Thursday 26 September 1929
see Burnley Express - Saturday 28 September 1929
see Portsmouth Evening News - Thursday 26 September 1929