Charles Broderick was "fatally injured at the Tamworth Colliery".

 St Matthew, Shuttington, Warwickshire
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St Matthew's at Shuttington is the simplest and most humble of this northern group of medieval churches, a tiny two cell building perched on a hillside with a plain wooden bellcote. The exterior shows much Norman work in most of the windows (and some blocked in remnants) and an impressive west doorway, also 12th century and believed to have been transferred from nearby (and otherwise completely vanished) Alvecote Priory.

Charles Broderick was "fatally injured at the Tamworth Colliery" when he was aged 23.

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