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In the event, he seems not to have left his family very well off. When war broke out in 1914, he combined this with working as an evening driver to transport medical staff and volunteers to the Bevan Hospital at Sandgate.After his death Mary Anne ran a boarding house in Cobden Road. He was also organist at the Methodist Church where he played every Sunday.You can discover health and wellbeing events and groups in your area.Whether you are looking to increase your physical fitness, or get sound advice about an illness or ailment, there are plenty of people and services to help.There was an inquest two days later at Saltwood, which returned a verdict of accidental death, as the jury supposed that William could not have heard the train coming.This despite the fact that the evidence of the train driver and the Station Master was that William had clearly been lying down, between the tracks and parallel with them, when the train hit him.
At the same time they were developing a car, It was originally powered by an 8hp horizontally-opposed twin engine, but this was replaced by an 8.9hp V-twin J. It was intended to sell the car for £90, but the company overstretched itself and got involved in the other latest transport craze, the aeroplane and in the end failed to produce either car or plane.
It was drizzling and later rained hard, but he did not take a coat with him. This was in the days when there was a railway line running from Sandling station, which is still in use, down to Hythe station which has long since closed.
Shortly after nine thirty, the driver of the train from Sandling to Hythe felt a bump and felt his ballast shift, as if he had hit something.
It seems likely that the verdict was a kind decision on the part of the jury designed to help William’s family and widow, and not just from the stigma of suicide.
He had two insurance policies on his life, but they only covered accidental death.