You mentioned children's names, so this (and the McGinn) may not apply.
From the Coroner's Case Book 1876-1878
4-1219 / Distance travelled 4 miles
Held on view of the body of Patrick KEARNS 10th August 1877 in the townland of Cremoyne, Parish Kilmore, Baronony of Monaghan
James KEARNS. Deposeth that deceased was his father and about 80 years of age. Though so old, yet of industrious habits. On yesterday between 11 and 12 a.m. he left the house to go and look at some hay and near to which was a flax hole and near to which he had been cutting some grass with a hook. About 3/4 of an hour after deceased having been missed I went to look after him and passing by the flax steep, I saw his hat floating on the water and on looking saw deceased in it in & on this I jumped in and lifted my father out & at the time quite dead. He had been subject to fits of epilepsy. Unable to take care of himself.
_ Verdict: Death on eight day of August 1877 from accidental drowning.
8-1193 - Distance travelled 15 miles. Paid Dr. HENRY £1.0.0 Paid for room for Jury 2.0 / Held on view of the body of Bridget McGINN 16 October 1876 in the town of Clones, Parish of Clones & Barony of Dartry
May REILLY - Deposed to deceased living in a room of her house. She was over 80 years of age. Lived as a mendicant. During past five weeks though poorly in health. Kept stirring about on her feet. On Saturday last, was afoot as usual. About 8:00 p.m., I saw her at the street door throwing out some slop water. She did not die of want having food in the house with her. The person now seen by the jury is that of the late Bridget McGINN.
James REILLY - Deposed that on Friday last deceased who lived in my house. I saw walking up the street in Clones. On the morn of Sabbath 15 instance from hearing no noise in her room got a neighbour girl to go in to deceased's room with me. Having first knocked at the door and receiving no answer I pushed it open and on going in saw deceased lying dead on her bed. On which I gave words to the police.
Dr. R. HENRY - Deposed to being called on by the police to go and see the deceased who my found lying on her bed her left arm lying across her chest, her face greatly swollen as also her left arm. On examining found that the swelling proceeded from air. I consider her death though sudden proceded from natural causes.
_ Verdict: If the deceased on 15 October 1876 from natural causes.
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