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Four Funerals and a Wedding is the fifth episode of the ninth series of the popular ITV crime drama Midsomer Murders and originally aired on 12th June 2006.

Synopsis

Tom takes the family on an excursion when he is going to give an opening speech, accompanied by Joyce, daughter Cully and Joyce's mother, who is visiting, the Chief Inspector soon finds himself investigating the murder of Mildred Danvers, whose flask of brandy was apparently spiked with barbiturates. They were all there to attend the annual Skimmington Fair, a decades-old village fête that essentially pitted the women against the misogynist men. There are several suspects including Henry Marwood who returned Danvers' flask to her but did lie to the police about it; the local Doctor who seems just a tad too quick to pronounce the death to be of natural causes; and the Rev. Anthony Gant, who, in addition to being Mrs. Danvers' cousin, was also mounting a court action against the Skimmington women in a attempt to stop what he saw as the annual denigration of men. A second murder, this time from a target-shooting rifle, clearly puts Barnaby and DS Jones in the middle of a major investigation. A third death leads to the discovery of hidden family connections and the solution to the mystery.

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Prior to the Episode

In the Episode

Supporting Cast

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Midsomer Murders Series 9 Episode 5 - Four Funerals and a Wedding Preview

First World War Victims

  • Aidred John S.
  • Alexander Paul G.
  • Aynscombe John W.
  • Aynscombe George W.
  • Aynscombe William G.
  • Aynscombe Peter G.
  • Aynscombe Frank W.
  • Aynscombe Ernest W.
  • Aynscombe John C.
  • Aynscombe Gregory G.
  • Bathhurst Harold E.
  • Broome Simon H.

Victims of the Marwood Manor Fire

In 1960 August the 15th at the Marwood Manor there was a terrible accident. A fire started, killing almost everyone that was inside.

The People who died in the Fire

  • Richard Henry Marwood (aged 45 years)
  • Elizabeth Ann Marwood (aged 37 years)
  • George Richard Marwood (aged 9 years)
  • Montagu Henry Marwood (aged 67 years)
  • Catherine Elizabeth Marwood (aged 56 years)
  • Henry Edward Marwood (aged 61 years)
  • Elizabeth Marwood (aged 58 years)
  • Frederick Hastings (aged 36 years)
  • The real Henry Marwood (aged 1 or 4 years)
  • Dorothy Sairfield (aged 28 years)
  • Harold Sairfield (aged 32 years)

Notes

The following actors and actresses who appeared in this episode have also appeared in the following episodes:

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