Retired chef died in France, inquest hears
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A retired chef died in the south of France, an inquest has heard.
Graham Taylor, 55, from Kells Acre in Geldeston, near Beccles, died on August 7, 2018, in Saint-Chinian, France, according to the inquest opening.
The hearing took place at Norfolk Coroner's Court in Norwich on November 5.
Yvonne Blake, area coroner, said two separate post-mortem examinations in France and Britain could not determine a cause of death.
The inquest was adjourned until December 10.
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Hearings into other unrelated deaths opened on November 5 at Norfolk Coroner's Court included:
Kerry Sandor, 46, of Shrublands Court, Holt, whose cause of death on August 17 was mixed drug toxicity. Her inquest was adjourned until April 6.
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Caretaker John Green, 76, from Pauls Lane in Overstrand, died on June 23 due to bronchopneumonia. His inquest was adjourned until February 6.