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  • Events > Accidents

    Invergordon - Donald MacKay, son of Donald MacKay, late hostler at Commercial Hotel, left leg amputated 3 inches above the knee by thrashing machine

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, July 9, 1880

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    Evanton - Malcolm MacKinnon, young boy, fell off 'old chapel' roof whilst looking for young pigeons, severe internal injuries, later died

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, July 16, 1880

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    Inverness - John Grant, mechanical dentist, fell down flight of stairs in King's Restaurant, Inglis Street, died, report

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, July 23, 1880

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    Kilmachalmag, Kincardine - John MacDonald, crofter, gored to death by a bull, report

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, July 27, 1880

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    Golspie - James Thomson Hall, merchant, fell 10 ft to ground from haystack, landed on his head, died 1 hour later

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, August 13, 1880

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    Croick - Robert MacKay, shepherd at Forest Farm, accidentally shot himself whilst working on a gun, died

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, August 17, 1880

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    Kiltarlity - Sarah MacDonald, was killed by bull belonging to Archibald MacDonald, farmer, Cruive

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, August 27, 1880

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    Thurso - Reverend Robert Sutherland, found dead lying on rocks at Fresgoe, Reay, was native of Caithness, thought to have died from heart disease

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, September 3, 1880

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    Thurso - Two children, Alexander Sinclair & Elizabeth Smith, accidentally trapped themselves in a meal chest & died, whilst guardian out at harvest work at Tain, Olrig, near Thurso, report

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, September 10, 1880

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  • Events > Accidents

    Lochgorm - Alexander Penrose, Hay MacDonald, son of Robert MacDonald, blacksmith, Petty Street, Inverness, buried when heap of sand fell on him whilst played on sandbank, report

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, September 14, 1880

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  • Events > Accidents

    Inverness, Muirtown Street - Donald Grant, labourer, 57 King Street, was struck by point of hayfork below right eye, died later in Northern Infirmary

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, September 14, 1880

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    Evanton - James MacKintosh, carpenter, fell whilst carrying loaded gun, it shot him in the left side, happened near Fowlis Station, he later died

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, September 17, 1880

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    Fearn - Teenage boy called Garrow fell out of loft, fractured skull, died

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, November 9, 1880

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    Alness - High Williamson, farm servant, Dalmore, got hand smashed between 2 train wagon buffers at railway station, needs operation

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, November 9, 1880

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    Forres - A boy named MacKerrow was run over by a machine while he was crossing the road, received some minor injuries to his head & face

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, November 9, 1880

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  • Events > Accidents

    Balnain - Kenneth MacKenzie, labourer, of Back Street, Maryburgh, crushed by threshing-engine, broken ribs & internal injuries

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, November 12, 1880

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  • Events > Accidents

    Alness - William Campbell, farm-servant, leg run over by wagon wheels, crushed badly, he died & was buried in Rosskeen Churchyard, report

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, November 23, 1880

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  • Events > Accidents

    Scalpa Sound, Skye - Smack 'Gazelle' of Gairloch, put in here due to bad weather & ran into Dunan's fishing boat & cut her to water's edge, 'Gazelle' undamaged

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, November 23, 1880

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    Inverness - John MacKenzie, Muirton Street, accidentally drove cab into Caledonian Canal at night, presumed drowned, report

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, December 7, 1880

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    Inverness - John MacKenzie, Muirton Street, still missing after accidentally driving cab into Caledonian Canal at night, presumed drowned

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, December 10, 1880

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  • Events > Accidents

    Invergordon Harbour - Collision between schooners 'Orion' and 'Gazelle', much damage done, report

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, December 10, 1880

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    Inverness - John MacKenzie, Muirton Street, accidentally drove cab into Caledonian Canal at night, body found

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, December 14, 1880

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  • Events > Accidents

    South Kessock - Alexander MacDonald, ferryboat steersman, got boat rope twisted round thigh & it cut main artery, he bled to death

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, December 14, 1880

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  • Events > Accidents

    Ardgay, Kincardine - Donald Ross, alias 'Beky', labourer, Hill of Ardgay, was strangled by rope he used to suspend bag of peats from his neck, found dead, report

    Inverness Advertiser Tuesday, December 21, 1880

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  • Events > Accidents

    Logie, Tain - Donald Urquhart, dug tunnel in soil, to seek lost ferret, was trapped by earthfall & suffocated, report

    Inverness Advertiser Friday, December 24, 1880

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