Date: 15 Nov 1920
Alfred Bernard Preece was found near a railway engine shed with his skull fractured.
He was bleeding from his nose and ears when he was found and died shortly after.
Three men were tried for his manslaughter, but they said that Alfred Preece had originated the quarrel in a vindictive mood and that he had fallen down and they were acquitted.
Alfred Preece had lived in Kingsbridge, Pembroke and was employed as a driller at the local engineering works.
see Western Mail - Monday 15 November 1920, p9
see Leicester Daily Post - Tuesday 17 August 1920
see Portsmouth Evening News - Saturday 13 November 1920
see Lancashire Evening Post - Tuesday 17 August 1920