The office of coroner dates back to the central middle ages, but very few early records survive. After 1888 the coroner was appointed by the County Council.
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- Radnorshire: See also Inquisitions, depositions and related papers 1867-73 (R/D/JGW/CR)
Breconshire (None) - Breconshire: See also coroner's papers for Crickhowell and Tretower 1856-1881 (B/D/DAV/1/76/1-39)
Registers of deaths reported to the coroner, 1953-1975 (R/D/JK/CR)
Please note coroners inquests and expenses sometimes appear in the Quarter Sessions rolls and files.
Powys post 1974 (contact the Archives for details)
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