Inquest into the death of Geoff Gray

The inquest into the death of Private Geoff Gray begins on Tuesday 26 February 2019 at 12 noon.

Pte Gray was found dead at Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut, Surrey in September 2001. The High Court ruled in November 2017 that the inquest into his death, held in March 2002, should be quashed and a new inquest convened. 

The fresh inquest will be conducted by His Honour Peter Rook QC, who has been appointed as an Assistant Coroner for Surrey, and will be held in Court 3, HM Coroner’s Court, Station Approach, Woking, Surrey GU22 7AP.

A room near Court 3 will be reserved for members of the media and public who can’t be accommodated in the courtroom. A live, real-time stream of proceedings – all the evidence to be considered as part of the inquest – will be screened in this room.

A note about the inquest timetable can be found here – running order note.

Last updated: Friday 22 March

Witnesses due to give evidence on:

Wednesday 27 March

Mr Epi Naoiva

Tuesday 26 March

Ms Fay Mulraine

Friday 22 March

Ms Lucene Black

Mr Billy Murphy

Mr Garry Urie

Thursday 21 March

Mr Paul Duncan

Mr Anthony Greenaway

Mr Daniel Park

Mr Gary Urie

Wednesday 20 March

Mr Jack Blackburn

Mr Paul Craig

Mr Lyndon Mort

Mr Jeremy Searle

Monday 18 March

Ms Sandra Hodgson

Mr Stuart Wade

Ms Sarah Wood

Mr Carl Worgan

The inquest is now adjourned until 14 March

Mr Patrick Crimin

Mr Michael Duffy

Mr Jeremy Searle

Wednesday 6 March

Mr Stuart Bown

Ms Sonia Porter

Mr Stephen Simpson

Mr Thomas Vick

Tuesday 5 March (court will be sitting from 10.30am)

Mr Godfred Frimpong

Mr Carl Hine

Mr Alan Reid

Ms Sophia Tierney

Monday 4 March

Mr Philip Burns

Mr Brendan Comiskey

Mr Martin Eales

Mr William Graham

Mr Stephen Sidgwick

Thursday 28 February

Brigadier Christopher Coles (cont.)

Evidence to be read under Rule 23

Wednesday 27 February

Brigadier Christopher Coles

Tuesday 26 February

Mr & Mrs Gray

David Mosson

Claudia Webb

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