17th February 1902
A bishop’s daughter is killed on Jersey Railway
Several papers carried the story of Emma Chadwick’s suicide on the Jersey Railway. Passers-by had spotted the girl, whose father was the Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, step in front of an oncoming train. She had been in Jersey since the previous November, having been sent to the island to recover from overwork.
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Other events that occured in February
A suspected arms dealer is arrested at his father’s funeral
- A suspected arms dealer was arrested at his father's funeral on a charge of having obtained a false passport.
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