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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
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

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

Bethel Ogelsby August 21, 1823 cotton fields belonging to John Doby Esq., Kershaw County, SC

do say upon their oaths that they believe he came to his death by the visitation of God, no marks of violence appearing to us upon him

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

Esther slave October 24, 1834 at Camden, Kershaw County, SC

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

Mary Williams September 23, 1843 at the residence of Mary Williams, Kershaw 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

Elliott Allan Walker August 9, 1867 at the home of J.P. May, Laurens County, SC
Burrel Evins November 23, 1814 at the dwelling house of Daniel Evins, Spartanburg County, SC
Bart October 30, 1822 Laurens County, SC

do say upon their oaths, that the aforesaid Negro Bart, was killed, or came to his death, either by an accidential fall from a horse, or some other misfortune.

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.

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

Peter Male Slave December 22, 1851 at John Gibbes, Union County, SC

upon there oaths do say that the said Peter came to his Death from causes unknown to us

William Thompson May 5, 1835 at the house of Mrs Rochester, Union County, SC

[no inquest in file]

Martin Dunn July 31, 1868 at Samuel H. Stevenson's, Fairfield County, SC

upon their oaths do that he came to his death by the hands of the Almighty

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

John Westmorland August 1, 1847 at James Hopkins's, Spartanburg County, SC

do say upon their oaths that it was by the act of God

Bob freedman October 10, 1865 near David Holcomb's, Spartanburg County, SC
John Anderson November 18, 1889 at Jonesville School house (col.), Spartanburg County, SC

upon there oaths do say that John Anderson came to his death by being wet and froze to death

negro negro March 16, 1834 at the big Raft, the body lodged in the river Wateree, Kershaw County, SC

do say that the said negro came to his death by drowning[?] from [?] mischance unknown. The body was clothed with two pair of pantaloons -- outside wool & cotton with one leather[?] coarse cotton shirt, patched round coat filled with white wool

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

Unknown January 27, 1862 Greenville 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

slave slave August 15, 1824 near the head of the Bell Brach within half a mile of the stage road, Kershaw County, SC

do say upon their oaths. . . that we suppose that he was a negro fellow belonging to Thomas Stephens of Chesterfield District and that the sd. Negro has been dead nearly two months, which does appear that he has died immediately after he left his master and he has died a natural death without something occurr[ing] before he came there

Nancy September 20, 1830 at Banks creek, Laurens County, SC

we are of the opinion that the said Nancy came to her death by wandering about And being willfully Neglected by her owner.

Miley slave April 5, 1858 at a house near the jail in York Street, Camden, Kershaw County, SC

opon their oaths do say that the said negro woman died from exhaustion consequent upon hysterical mania in the jail

Mell Barksdale March 17, 1873 near Eden, Laurens County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the said Mell Barksdale came to his death by means unknown to them as all the body was not found

Peter slave February 16, 1865 at the Corman Gaal[?], Union County, SC

do Say . . .did came to his death by causes unknown

Unknown June 25, 1823 at the Dwelling house of Saml J. Hocy[?], Union County, SC
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

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

Moriah McIntire November 21, 1889 at or on H. Z. Taylor's place, Spartanburg County, SC

upon there oaths do say that the said Moriah McIntire died from heart disease

Obadiah Thomson March 1, 1886 Spartanburg County, SC

[do say] that the said Obidian Thomspon came to his death by hanging at the hands of some person or persons to the jury unknown

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

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

Unknown May 1, 1826 in a ditch, Kershaw County, SC

do say upon their oaths that the cause of the death is to them unknown

Caesar slave August 29, 1861 [at] S. D. Houg['s], Kershaw County, SC
infant March 30, 1874 at Silas Kay's, Anderson County, SC

do say that the said child came to its death by injurys [sic]?by violence or otherwise unknown to us.

William Knighton June 23, 1873 Laurens County, SC
Unknown February 17, 1854 Kershaw County, SC
Unknown March 3, 1818 near the dweling house of Richard Dumpkins, Union County, SC

do say on their that Know Not how the Said person Come to his Death

A. P. Shultz January 9, 1850 at or near Solomon Clickleys[?], Edgefield County, SC

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

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

Unknown male Unknown male August 28, 1866 at the old tool house, Chesterfield County, SC

upon [???] says of the body of a [calico?] [person?] there by [???] dead and how he came to his death Foul [page rip] [????] as yor'e well aware the [Consequences?] of your peril

Jane Burden May 10, 1833 at Selby Rogers grave yard, Union County, SC

upon their oaths do say that Mrs. Jane Burden came to her death by the Will of God

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

John Covington October 26, 1849 at the house of John Covington, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the deceased came to his death by the hands of God with an Apoplectic fit

Redding Summerville January 9, 1826 Kershaw County, SC

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

slave slave November 1, 1864 at the depot in Camden, Kershaw County, SC

upon their oaths do say that he died from causes unknown to the jury

Mary Magdalene Saxton December 6, 1876 at the house of Enoch Saxton, Anderson County, SC

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