Emma Field (c.1841-1890)

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Together with her brother, John Henry Field, Emma Field was the first tenant of the Castle Refreshment Rooms in Beaumont Park

Biography

Emma Field died suddenly at around 8:10pm on 8 January 1890 of a suspected heart attack. Whilst walking past Milton Church in Huddersfield, she complained of feeling ill and collapsed. Her companion, Luther Day, helped her into the church porch where she died a few minutes later.[1] Her probate record listed effects to the value of £205 18s. 8d.

Notes and References

  1. "Sudden Death" in Huddersfield Daily Chronicle (09/Jan/1890).

Emma Field (c.1841-1890)

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