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Teesside Coroner Michael Sheffield said he accepted the view that the cause of death was unascertained and recorded a verdict of natural causes.
In relation to Kasey, it was defined to be unascertained.
Consultant pathologist Dr Mark Lord said because of a lack of evidence, the cause of death was unascertained.
A spokesman said: "The cause of death has been given as unascertained, awaiting toxicology results.
But he said the medical cause of death was unascertained and could not be fully explained.
Ysbyty Gwynedd pathologist Dr Mark Lord said: "The cause of death remains unascertained.
He concluded the inquest with an open verdict due to the unascertained cause of death.
Instead county coroner Alan Crick more recorded a verdict of natural causes, explaining George had died from a rare condition known as Sudden Unexpected Death in Childhood, due to an unascertained disease.
Dr Birch said Mr Richmond was a fit and healthy young man and the exact cause of death remained unascertained.
Exeter Coroner Ian Arrow said: "This death clearly attracted attention because the original medical cause of death was unascertained.
Mr Arnold added: "The provisional cause of death is unascertained.