Note: [The May-Lethbridge Family.FTW]
I found this article in the Glencoe Transcript- September 14, 1882. "On Saturday last, Mr. James Lethbridge, of South Ekfrid, met with a very painful and probably fatal accident. As he was returning home from Glencoe with the empty wagon the bolt came out of the whiffletrees, when on top of a high grade. The horses, a spirited team, became unamanageable and the wagon and driver were toppled over the embankment. Mr. Lethbridge alighted on his head and was stunned for a while, but managed to get to Strathburn where he related what had happened. Immediatly afterwards he became unconscious, and has remained in a precarious condition ever since. One of the horses was badly injured and has since been shot. At the place where the accident occured- about mid-way between Strathburn and Coulthard's mill- the road is very high and narrow."
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