I remember, when doing local history, having to read through some copies of old church ledgers, there was indeed a lot of accidental deaths.
At least three of them, over a period of, IIRC, eleven years, were youngsters who were "killed by Parson's bull"
It looks like the church owned a proper monster of a beast, but was unchallenged on safety and containment issues by the local peasants.
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