Details of the Accident
|Date||Thursday 24th June 1847, 5.45 p.m.|
|Railway Company||Croydon Railway|
|No. of Fatalities||1|
|Cause of Accident||Struck by train|
|Description||Father of the victim owned Anerley Tavern and tea garden, also some fields on other side of track. Victim was supervising the haymaking and whilst crossing the track, was struck by a pilot engine on the way to London.|
- The Era, Sunday 27 June 1847
- The Times, 28 Jun 1847 p3
List of Fatalities
The 1 fatalities are listed in the table below together with brief notes of any other information found so far.
The last column shows the General Register Office (England and Wales), Statutory Register (Scotland), General Register Northern Ireland or Civil Registration for Ireland reference where this has been identified.
|Surname||First Names||Age||Occupation||Residence||Notes||GRO/SR/GRONI/GROIE Reference|
|BUCKMASTER||George Joseph||19||Anerley Tavern, Anerley, SRY||1847/Sep Croydon 4 74|