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The Argus/1890/Sudden death: Thomas Wayth Gudgeon



Yesterday a passenger by the 12.27 train leaving Melbourne for Brighton was taken out of the train at the Richmond station in a very critical state. Before medical aid could be obtained he died, and it is believed that he died from heart disease. In the pockets of the deceased were found a number of cards bearing the name of Thomas Wayth Gudgeon, as well as several letters with the initials "T.W.G." A first class monthly ticket from Melbourne to Elsternwick was also found in his pockets. The body was taken to the Morgue, where it now lies. The deceased, who is well dressed, is about 60 years of age. An inquest on the body will be held in due course.

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