Private John A. Charlick drowned in Bermuda Harbour.
The first court of Enquiry would have been testimony of anyone who might have knowledge of his actions, etc, etc.
The second would be unknown, but may have been a revisit of the first, if new information had been received or a decision made.
No indication of his death being attributed to person or persons unknown. There may have been rumblings it was not an accident as a person action by Charlick himself.
His death was ruled accidental. For further, these proceedings are sealed for 99 years, so we don't have long to wait to find out.
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