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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Method Inquest Finding
A. P. Shultz January 9, 1850 at or near Solomon Clickleys[?], Edgefield County, SC unknown/mental illness

upon their oaths do say, that the deceased came to his death by means unknown to us

Abram slave December 26, 1847 at Brewer's Plantation, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death from cause or causes unknown

Aggy Latily[?] negro woman slave June 21, 1848 at the plantation of N L Griffin, Edgefield County, SC

opon their oaths do say, … that the said negro woman aggy, came to her death by excessive drafts of cold water that produced cramp in her stomach which was the cause of her death

Al White October 12, 1898 at Mundy[?] Place, Edgefield County, SC gun

upon their oaths do say that Al White came to his death by a gun show wound in the hands of Will McClenden in the discharge of his duty & that said act was justified in self Defence

Albert Jones April 29, 1885 at Pickens Reynolds house, Edgefield County, SC gun

upon their oaths do say that the said Albert Jones came to his death by a gun shot wound in the hands of Jack Jones in self defence

Alpha Wingo May 7, 1869 on North Pacolet River at Harry Wingo's, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the sd. Alpha Wingo came to her death by providential means, unknown to the jury

Ansabelle Brown October 21, 1866 near the Tambor[?] Soba[?] Rail Road, Edgefield County, SC

upon there oaths do say that the said deceased Ansabelle Brown came to her death by the hands of some person or persons unknown to the Jurors that [? Rest illegible]

Augustus Moore July 16, 1843 at Mary Flemming's, Spartanburg County, SC

do say upon there [sic] oaths that there was a bruse [sic] on his left breast near his hart [sic] and also on the left arm oposit [sic] the bruse [sic] on his breast and also that he came to his death by the bruse [sic] or drowned axidentally [sic]

Bartly negro man January 16, 1846 in the woods near the plantation of Dr Wm M Bent, Edgefield County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the said Bartly came to his death by cause unknown

Ben slave July 7, 1843 at a spring near the plantation fo said Farrow, Spartanburg County, SC
Bill slave September 30, 1860 Greenville County, SC

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death by some means to the jurors unknown

black man black man March 13, 1867 at Batesville, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that they found said dead body lying dead near Batesville near the side of the big road within a few yards of the Rail Road supposed to have been dead saveral days [and that] the said dead body came to his death … by misfortune or accident or natural death

Caesar slave August 29, 1861 [at] S. D. Houg['s], Kershaw County, SC
Caroline Free negro August 26, 1858 four miles from Hamburg, Edgefield County, SC blunt instrument

came to her death from a blow from the sweep[?] of a carry[?] log, the property of A J Rambo

Caroline A. Kinnan January 13, 1872 at L. C. Neals[?], Anderson County, SC possible arsenic poisoning

do say that said Caroline A. Kinnon….came to her death by the act of God

Chaney Pilgrim August 12, 1877 at the plantation of James Anderson, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the aforesaid Chaney Pilgrim came to her death while in the bed with her mother Julia Pilrim … from some cause or causes unknown to the jury

Clarissa Kiericon freedwoman August 12, 1866 at Spartanburg C. House, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the woman Clarissa Kiericon (Freedwoman) came to her death by the act of Providence

Columbus Dempsey August 2, 1858 at the parish, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the said Columbus Dempsey came to his [death] by cause unknown but suppose from an attack of fits to which he was almost daily subject

Edmond Price April 30, 1892 at Kennys Graveyard, Edgefield County, SC

upon their Oaths do Say that he Came to his death from Natural Cause

Edward Johnston December 26, 1892 at William Bushes, Edgefield County, SC

upon their oaths do say aforesaid do say that the aforesaid Edward Johnston … came to his death by a cause unknown

Elizabeth Low June 19, 1828 Spartanburg County, SC
Emeline Low June 19, 1828 Spartanburg County, SC
Esther slave October 24, 1834 at Camden, Kershaw County, SC

upon inquiry find the decased came to her death by the visitation of God

Fed Martin convict September 1, 1895 at Poor House and CH, Edgefield County, SC

upon their oaths do say the said Fed Martin came to his death … working on county chain gang … from causes unknown

Fortune slave April 1, 1838 at Col. James Chesnut's plantation, Kershaw County, SC drowning

upon their oaths do say … that said Fortune came to his death by drowning at Camden Ferry on the night of the twenty third of December eighteen hundred and thirty seven

Friday slave September 10, 1840 at Thomas [?] plantation, Kershaw County, SC drowning

we the jurors are of opinoin that the said negro Fry Day came to his Death by Drowning.

Griffin Mays November 20, 1897 at W. H. Pordew, Edgefield County, SC gun

upon their oaths, do Say: That Griffin Mays came to his death by a pistol Shot in the hand of John Mays

Gus West October 11, 1883 at Jack Holms, Edgefield County, SC gun

upon there oaths do say that said Gus West Came to his death from gun shot wound by the Hands of some unknown party

Hannah Eves colored July 23, 1872 at D.J. Turt[?]'s, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that she came to her death from cause unknown to the jury

Henry Johnson November 6, 1820 at the [?] of John Mavis[?], Spartanburg County, SC

do say upon their oaths that the aforesaid Henry Johnson was killed or came to his death by misfortune

Hurnon[?] April 4, 1862 at Doct H R Cooks Plantation on Savanah River, Edgefield County, SC

upon there oaths do say that the said person came to his death by misfortune or accident unknown

infant April 21, 1869 Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that it came to its death from causes unknown to the jury

infant September 23, 1837 at Camden, Kershaw County, SC

do say upon oath individually … that the body under examination is a male child supposed to be still born and premature but the evidence adduced places it beyon our power to discover either the mother or parties concerned

infant February 13, 1844 at Lovey Kirby's, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say the child above mentioned came to its death from some cause to us unknown

infant November 20, 1844 at the house of Henry Alley, Spartanburg County, SC

we found on examining the body a tumor on the sacram with some deformations near the fundament, that these appeared to us sufficient to produce death

infant May 10, 1882 on the Howard Gap road, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say taht the said child came to its death ... from causes unknown to the jury

infant February 15, 1845 at the late residence of Samuel Trollinger, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that their deliberate opinions are that the infant was still born & that it came to its death from causes unknown

infant May 7, 1887 near Pelham, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the said infant came to his death by means to the jurors unknown

infant March 16, 1870 at Isaac Young's on Pacolet River, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oath do say that the said child came to its death by some means to the jurors unknown against the peace and dignity of the same state aforesaid

infant November 13, 1857 at Asail Littlefield's, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that from an examination of the dead body of the child and from the testimony produced and examined before us we have no cause to believe that any violence was used upon the body of the child to cause its death but that it came to its death from some cause or causes unknown

infant June 10, 1840 at Cassy[?] Branch at Eleander[?] More's, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the said child came to his death by means un noun to us

infant January 29, 1888 at Spartanburg C.H., Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that there has been no evidence brought out that the said infant was alive at its birth

Infant Infant December 18, 1894 at the Rinheart Grave yard, Edgefield County, SC carelessness

upon their oaths do say, that the said Infant came to his death by carelessness and mismanagement by some one unknown

infant March 2, 1852 at the house of entertainment kept by H.J. Wilson known as the Camden Hotel, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say she came to her death from causes to the jury unknown

infant March 29, 1842 at Tabitha Laird's, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say according to evidence taken before us at this inquest do believe that the Tabitha Laird … did destroy her infant child against the peace and dignity of said state have no proof how the infant came to its death

Infant Boy Child Colored Infant Boy Child Colored February 15, 1883 at the residence of Charles Coleman, Edgefield County, SC

upon there oaths do say the Child Come its death from natural causes

infant child infant child October 6, 1891 at her Residence, Edgefield County, SC strangulation

upon their oaths do Say that the Child Came to its death from Strangulation.

infant child infant child November 17, 1891 at Mr M Toneys place, Edgefield County, SC suffocation

upon their oaths do say that it Came to its death from suffocation

Isaac slave February 2, 1829 Kershaw County, SC unknown

do say upon their oaths that the said Isaac came to his death by some cause to the jury unknown. They have made all due examination which they could make from the testimony presented to them, and they could not come to any other determination. The surgeon who examined the body gave in evidence that a chemical examination was made of the contents of the stomach and bowels and no traces of mineral or vegetable poison could be found.

Jack slave November 19, 1848 at McRae's Mill on the road to Darlington, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death by the visitation of God

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