Halton News
Smith, Lockwood (Died)
appeared in Canadian Champion (Milton, ON), 21 Sep 1865, p. 2, column 4

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EPILEPSY. - We regret to learn that Mr. Lockwood Smith, residing near Palermo, came to his death from a severe epileptic fit, in which he bit his tongue so severely that the congulated blood therefrom entering his lungs caused his death. It appears that he had been subject to those fits, and had gone to Orangeville to consult some doctor on the subject, but on returning he was attacked and lay attended by strangers. At length he recovered sufficiently to be able to write his name and residence. He died on Friday last, aged about 24 years.

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Smith, Lockwood (Died)