Death Follows Fall from Car

Dundee Evening Telegraph 27 July 1914

In front of Shandon Hydropathic a gentleman Mr George Aman, a Romanian gentleman, while stepping out of his motor car driven by his wife, fell and fractured his skull. He was promptly attended to by Mr Douglas McAlpine, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow residing at the Hydropathic but he died within 3 hours.

Deceased was married to a daughter of a Glasgow gentleman Mr William Robb, 5 Park Quadrant, who was also in residence in the Hydropathic at the time. The deceased, who was of independent means, was on tour with his wife. He was 28 years of age. He had a home at 73 Bis Avenue, Niel, Paris where his mother resides.

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