Oxford Observer, Rōrahi XII, 23 Poutūterangi 1901, Page 3
Yet another old- lifuch rospeited/ resideDt'has passed away under Avery sudden and painful circumstaiices on Saturday last Deidrick:. Dohniisnn (aged 70); residing at the Carle; ob.
The deceased m company wifli an employee named Frank Smith at 7 a. m. passed thr >ugh ore of his paddocks near hi-; la«e residence with two horse^ and a dray a'»d ,i led h >rse at bictt— Mr Dohrmann jumpeJ into the dray ami wh-lbt tlie man closed the gat.*, the bosses bo ted, thunviug Mr Dohrmann rut of the dray which pass-ed over his i.eck and kilbd him insianth. At t'rre inquest. heJd a verdict of accidental li was leiumed The late 3£e Djhr minn^.who Ims residol t c diStiicD ov.-r forty eirs leavts a widow five dau.> libera and two S Ul-" tj illuUlU )tl> 1 J!,'. His genia* good ntiure an I m Iwtnfy mtde Inui a m^n m.il't'rsailv' reqVotid by all wh came m ou'iict with a>», and lis ii'inHiu^ wei? .pilaw il t<> tue grai 5 at tl c Oxford Ce.i c i> nn Tuesday la^t by i<pr-»en i ivs <>f evt-ry ric-ilmt m u 'ie CaiLifn iJibt.ict; eiv iiiiju -s-i lifter iye w. s held at IS: J>nclreyb s C|hui*' h a-. u uvea* Y*}S"* Yiec c<ind o'htv m^rurrr. h, bowed Ibe'fe 111..i.Ua "UWAI lh4 CtfIUVM iO I 1- OtJLU^S ,r,i<« O'