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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
Lavinia Young June 23, 1867 at Margarett Williams, Laurens County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the deceeased came to her death between the hours of 4 and 6 Oclock A.M. Sunday the 23 June A.D. 1867 from cause 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

William Belott February 8, 1867 near the house of Wm. Hunter, Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths afores'd say that Wm Belott came to his death by mischance or the visitation of God

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

Susan Churchwell October 6, 1884 at Allen Simkins House, Edgefield County, SC

upon the oaths do say that Susan Churchwell Came to her death from dropsey[?] of the Chest

Elizabeth Low June 19, 1828 Spartanburg County, SC
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

Martin Armstrong at Bethel Church, Fairfield County, SC

upon their Oaths do say that he deceased Martin Armstrong came to his death on Saturday the 5th of March 1887 at W.M Curlee's Store from some cause or causes unknown to the Jury[.]

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

Mac Adams [no location given], Chesterfield County, SC

"Missing at time of Filming"

Unknown Freedman Unknown Freedman November 25, 1868 at Parks old field, Laurens County, SC

upon their oaths do say, We the jurors aforesaid do say that the freedman name unknown to us that he came to his Death by an act of God.

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

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.

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

Joseph Parham February 10, 1867 at an out house near Alexander Purcell's[?], Spartanburg County, SC

upon their oaths afores'd do say that aforesaid Joseph Parnham came to his death by mischance by freezing or the visitation of God

female child female child July 17, 1881 at Greenville CH, Greenville County, SC

came to her death do say that. . .Sallie Turner was delivered of a female child and that said female child is the one here by us dead. And the Jurors further say that said female child was still born never having having breathed

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

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

Emeline Low June 19, 1828 Spartanburg County, SC
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

Charles Manigo at Jackson Duncan's House, Fairfield County, SC

upon their oaths do say that Charles Manigo did come to his death by Reasons unknown to the Jury.

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

J. F. Hunter August 22, 1917 at Will Hunter's, Chesterfield County, SC

upon their oaths, do say: pistol shot wound in his own hands

Unknown Man on Badgett's Plantation Unknown Man on Badgett's Plantation November 18, 1889 on Badgetts plantation, Laurens County, SC

upon their oaths do say that the said unknown dead man found at Badgetts Xing 2 1/2 miles from Larens C.H. by Charley Robertson M.C. Cassy and Green Cassey came to his death by his neck being broke by some means to us unknown. . .

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

James Walker August 9, 1867 at the home of J.P. May, Laurens County, SC
Powell slave August 10, 1851 at Mr. John Whitaker's plantation on Wateree River, Kershaw County, SC

on their oaths say ... that Powell in manner and form aforesaid came to his death by some misfortune or accident

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

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

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

Jesse Wood April 13, 1829 Spartanburg County, SC

it appears to us and we verily believe that the sd. Jesse. . .either wilfully, intentionally or accidentally go[t] into the River. . .by which means he was drowned

Gilderoy Chandler January 27, 1837 at the House of John [?], Union County, SC
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

negro negro March 26, 1838 at the Camden Ferry, Wateree River, Kershaw County, SC

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

Unknown Unknown [no location given], Chesterfield County, SC

[No official declaration]

Negro woman Negro woman March 6, 1826 Laurens County, SC

We. . .above mentioned to make inquisition on the decsd. Body of this negroe woman. . .who was found dead by the spring and being sworn according to law have made a strict inquiry into all matters. . .that the sd. Decsd. Came to to death by an act of Providence, but what was the immediate cause of her death we cannot tell unless it was by drinking to much water or by a Act of some kind.

Sam slave, boy October 10, 1857 at the Carolina Hotel, Edgefield C.H., Edgefield County, SC

upon their oaths do say-that the deceased Sam came to his death by a sudden and unexpected disease or causes unknown

Elliott Allan Walker August 9, 1867 at the home of J.P. May, Laurens County, SC
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 April 21, 1869 Spartanburg County, SC

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

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

Anderson B. Branham January 6, 1892 at the plantation of M. C. Parker, Edgefield County, SC

upon their oaths do say That the said AB Branham died from Heart failure

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]

Gregory infant child January 28, 1861 at the House of Starkes Gregory farmer, Union County, SC
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[.]

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

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

Richard Ellerbe December 31, 1925 at Cheraw, Chesterfield County, SC

Richard Ellerbe came to unknown death

Woodroe Wallace February 22, 1931 at Cheraw, Chesterfield County, SC

upon their oaths, do say: by misfortune or accident

Child of Margaret Parker Child of Margaret Parker March 17, 1891 Laurens County, SC
Caroline Free negro August 26, 1858 four miles from Hamburg, Edgefield County, SC

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

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.

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