Killed by falling on barbed wire.

All Saints, Trefonen, Shropshire
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Many of the village's local facilities were built to service the expanding working population of the 18th and 19th centuries and so the Malthouse was built in 1720, the Barley Mow public house in 1760, the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel in 1795, the All Saints parish church in 1821, the school house in 1825, and the Carneddau Independent Chapel in 1832.
George John Dumville Lees died "... from injuries sustained by jumping a fence containing barbed wire whilst hunting ..".

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