The Times/1927/Inquest/Benjamin Daydon Jackson
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|Source: The Times, Thursday, Oct 20, 1927; Issue 44717; pg. 5; col G|
A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned at the resumed inquest at Westminster on Tuesday on the body of Dr. Benjamin Daydon Jackson, aged 81, of Cautle-avenue, Clapham Common, curator of the Linnean Collections, who was knocked down by a motor-car at Buckingham-gate on October 1 and died in Westminster Hospital 11 days later.
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