Bristol, CT Horse Accident, May 1853

ACCIDENT AT BRISTOL. We learn by telegraph, that on Tuesday Mr. F. H. Kidder, received a kick from a horse which broke in the back part of his head. It was not expected he would survive---Mr. Kidder, was formerly a conductor on the Northern Railroad, where he met with an accident by being knocked from a car which nearly proved fatal. (Concord Reporter.

The Farmers' Cabinet, Amherst, NH 12 May 1853