country music charts before personal problems sidetracked her career, died by her own hand
in Heber Springs, Ark.
In his autobiography, called Coroner, he wrote it was "very probable" Marilyn died by her own hand
Tragically, his mother Ina Raleigh Ladd Beavers (1888-1937) had also died by her own hand
by drinking ant poison, very sad.
Only when his daughter had died by her own hand
did he feel able to communicate with her.
Liverpool coroner Andre Rebello said: "I have no doubt that Victoria Cregan died by her own hand
. I am convinced of that by the kind and considerate note that she left for her family."
The MoD notes from November 20, 1985, said: "Dr Kelly said his mother died by her own hand
in 1964, never having remarried for many years.
An extract from that interview stated: 'Dr Kelly said his mother died by her own hand
in 1964, never having remarried.'
Whether Miss Yates did it on purpose is immaterial; she died by her own hand
. Just as with Mr Hutchence: we shall never know whether he deliberately hanged himself or was playing at some sick sex stunt.
There would be notices telling how the "gifted singer, Joanna Marshall, daughter of Joel Marshall, died by her own hand
- " ...
Next, she who died By her own hand
for love, and broke her vow To Sichaeus's ashes.
The news of these events quickly traveled back to the city, and Creon's wife, hearing of so many misfortunes, died by her own hand
An extract of a 1985 interview for Dr Kelly 's security vetting read: ``Dr Kelly said his mother died by her own hand
Biographies, films, poems and now, we have the first novel about what it was like to be the tormented poet who died by her own hand