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Unknown Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
Unknown Infant Unknown Infant September 23, 1900 at James Thompson's, Chesterfield County, SC

upon their oaths, do say: That said infant child came to her death by some manner to the Jurors unknown

Patsy Ervin April 14, 1869 Spartanburg County, SC

after making all the enquiry. . .come fully to the opinion that she came to her death by the hand of Providence

John Myers July 24, 1845 at the big hill east of McRae's Mill on the road from Camden to Darlington Court House, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the deceased came to his death by causes unknown to them

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

James Sloan July 18, 1867 at Solomon Jones, Laurens County, SC

upon their oaths do say that deceased came to his death from cause unknown.

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

child child November 12, 1824 Union County, SC
Burrel Evins November 23, 1814 at the dwelling house of Daniel Evins, Spartanburg County, SC
Woodroe Wallace February 22, 1931 at Cheraw, Chesterfield County, SC

upon their oaths, do say: by misfortune or accident

W. L. Tolson June 22, 1938 [no location given], Chesterfield County, SC

[No official declaration]

negro negro February 23, 1838 at Mrs. McRay's plantation, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say that said Boddy was a negro man and came to his death by drowning but have no evidence before us to warrant us in saying when or where

Unknown April 11, 1860 at or near W.J. Walkers, Edgefield County, SC

upon there oaths do say The person above refered to came to his death by some cause unknown

Tom near the Catawba River, Fairfield County, SC

[came to his death] from causes unknown to this Jury being found in the Catawba River Mortuary Place may have come to his Death form drowning or other causes

Unknown Infant at Samuel Fleming's Plantation Unknown Infant at Samuel Fleming's Plantation July 29, 1855 at Samuel Flemings plantation, Laurens County, SC

on their oaths do say they are unable to form any opinions as to how the infant came to its death or whether it even had life but the manner in which it was buried being put on the Top of a man made grave which grave was the grave of. . .person & only about three or four inches under ground, and wrapped in a small sack or Bag with one End open. . .

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

Unknown December 13, 1846 at Hester Thomas in Market Street, Kershaw County, SC
infant child infant child July 24, 1892 at Promised Land School house, Edgefield County, SC

upon their oaths do Say From Strangerlation due to the accumulation of Phlegm in the throat

James Walker August 9, 1867 at the home of J.P. May, Laurens County, SC
Unknown January 27, 1862 Greenville County, SC
Miles Hart Union County, SC
Joseph Davis September 9, 1820 at the house of George Miller, Spartanburg County, SC

say upon their oaths that the said Joseph Davis. . .was kild [sic] or came to his Death by Misfortune

James Banfield February 27, 1939 near Patrick, S. C., Chesterfield County, SC

upon their oaths do say that James Banfield received in Chesterfield County a mortal wound by Shot Gun Wounds in the hands of own hands by accidental means

negro negro March 19, 1838 at Ja's Chesnut's plantation, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say we find the Boddy is a Negro man and came to his death by Drowning but have no evidence before us in saying when or where

Joshua negro man slave June 26, 1860 at Harmon Gallman, Edgefield County, SC

upon there oaths do say that. . .Joshua a negro man slave of Harmons Gallmans came to his death very sudenly by some internal disease unknwon

Mary Brooks near Bells[?] Bridge, Fairfield County, SC

upon their oaths do say: That Mary Brooks in manner and form aforsaid came to her death by some unknown cause to us[.]

Unknown Man Unknown Man June 17, 1872 at or near Tylers Ville, Laurens County, SC

upon their oaths do say That the said person came to his death by means unknown to them the body being being in such putrid and decaid [sic] condition that the cause of death could not be ascertained.

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

Jack Robinson March 13, 1847 at Sander's Creek[?], Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the said Jack Robinson came to his death by exposure

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

Elliott Allan Walker August 9, 1867 at the home of J.P. May, Laurens County, SC
Rinna Trammell March 24, 1880 at Massena Pruitt's, Greenville County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the said Rinna Trammell died a natural Death from old age hastened by laying out all night . . .undergoing the chills of the cold night

Jake slave November 10, 1855 at William Brownings old field, Union County, SC

upon their oaths do say that . . .it appears that Jake was on Saturday the 3rd Instant laboring under slight mental derangement, that he left home without his permission or Knowledge, and that he had been complaining for about one month before he left home, and was under the medical care of Doct Jesse Lamb, ... the deceased Jake was laboring under an attack of Typhoyd Fever, and had been for several weeks and that he was laboring under a fit of mental derangement when he left home, and that he must have died at [?] in a day or less after leaving home

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

Benjamin Frank April 13, 1943 at Pageland, Chesterfield County, SC

upon their oaths do say that Benjamin Frank Laney received in Chesterfield County a mortal wound by 32 pistol in the hands of Gus Gruggs

negro negro March 25, 1838 at Col. Ja's Chesnut plantation, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say that to the best of our knowneldge the body now before us is the body of a negro man and came to his death by Drowning but having no evidence before us cannot say when or where

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

Martha G. Herring October 27, 1857 at the House of Chauncy Willard, Horry County, SC

upon their Oaths do say that the said Martha G Herring came to her death from natural causes

Unknown Infant Unknown Infant June 29, 1874 at Goodgion Factory, Laurens County, SC

upon their oaths that the said infant came to its death from causes unknown. . .

Viney Miller November 23, 1874 at the house of Daniel Swinney, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oath do say that in their opinion she came to her death from causes unknown

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

Joel Etheridge November 29, 1893 at Joel Etheridge Residence, Edgefield County, SC

upon their oaths do say, that the said Joel Etheridge came to his death from gun shot wounds, from the evidence before us with in his own hands

Binto July 29, 1872 at William Byrd's, Laurens County, SC

do say upon their oaths that the aforesaid negro fellow Binto in manner and form aforesaid the afsd. Binto then and there did come to his Death by the Act of God upon the best evidence that could be adduced upon the occasions.

Reuben Dodson November 7, 1880 at Greenville, Greenville County, SC

upon their oaths do say that. . . the said Reuben Dodson came to his by a visitation of God

James infant October 31, 1855 on Col Tho. Dawkins[?] Plantation in his field, Union County, SC

upon their oaths do say that they believe the Sd Infant came to his fall[?] & Came to its death by some means to the Jury unknown

Elizabeth Low June 19, 1828 Spartanburg County, SC
Unknown July 27, 1864 in and Old garden where Mrs Hariett[?] lived, Fairfield County, SC

The Jury after making an investigation, with out any Evidence come to the conclusion that the said death of said infant was from causes unknown to the Jurors

Moses free person of color December 8, 1850 at the house of Robert McCurley[?], Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the said Moses came to his death by no means of violence byt being old and infirm frozed [sic] to death

negro negro March 25, 1838 at James Chesnut's plantation, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say to the best of their knowledge the Boddy now before them is that of a negro man who came to his death by drowning but having no evidence before them cannot say when or where

Pete slave October 31, 1864 at Liberty hill, Edgefield County, SC

upon there oaths do say that the said Pete was killed and murdered by some person or persons (or by some means) to the Jurors unknown

Ebby September 7, 1867 at Cooperville, Horry County, SC

upon their oaths they say that on the Sixth of Sept 1867 that the deceased came to his death by drown or accident or misfortune

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