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Three in five of the deaths were recorded as cot deaths, with the remaining 40% recorded as unascertained.
He gave the cause of Keian's death on November 4 last year as unascertained and added: "There is the association [of febrile convulsions] with deaths in this sort of age group.
Dr Dasgupta ruled that the medical cause of death was unascertained.
Ysbyty Gwynedd pathologist Dr Mark Lord said: "The cause of death remains unascertained.
Yesterday consultant pathologist Dr Christopher Johnson told an inquest that the 53-year-old's cause of death was unascertained.
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.
North West Wales Coroner Dewi Pritchard Jones said: "There is no evidence of self harm or outside involvement, and I am left with no option but to record the cause of Miss Lee's death as unascertained.
But he said the medical cause of death was unascertained and could not be fully explained.
He concluded the inquest with an open verdict due to the unascertained cause of death.
Cot death, or whatever you want to call it - unascertained death - should be left as it is on the file by that I mean, rather than when there have been two or even three deaths and then it automatically becomes murder.
At the opening of an inquest in Ruthin John Gittins, coroner for North Wales East and Central, said the cause of death had been unascertained but as one could not assume that it was a natural death an inquest would have to be held.