Date: 6 May 1910
Place: Hunslet, Leeds
Bathsheba Coates died after a street disturbance.
It was said that a 31-year old steel worker had pushed her down in the disturbance causing her fatal injuries and he was arrested for her manslaughter.
The steel worker was indicted at Leeds Assizes for her manslaughter but was found not guilty and discharged after the stipendiary magistrate declined to commit him and the counsel re-read the depositions and concluded that a conviction could not be sustained.
see Derry Journal - Friday 06 May 1910
see Tenbury Wells Advertiser - Tuesday 17 May 1910
see Belfast News-Letter - Thursday 05 May 1910
see Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Thursday 05 May 1910
see Leeds Mercury - Tuesday 03 May 1910
see Leeds Mercury - Thursday 05 May 1910
see The Cornish Telegraph - Thursday 07 April 1910