Alcoholism

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon there Oaths do say, that the Decd. Came to his Death from the use of intoxicating spirits.

Sex: 
Female
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that Betsy Scott came to death from the effects of intemperance

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that the said J.F. Brewer died between the hours of 12 & 5 o'clk this morning, caused by intemperance

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

believe that the deceased Mr. Benj. Dixon came to his death by intemperance

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

[do say] that from every circumstance that he came to his death by intemperance

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

do say upon their oaths . . .they do believe that he died on Saturday evening the 15th ... by excessive drinking of ardent spirits

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death at his Residence . . . by excessive use of ardent spirits

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

do say that he came to his death by intoxication with spiritous liquours.

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

do say the said Joseph Poor. . .came to his death most likely by intoxication.

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Other
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

the verdict of the above jury is that he came to his death by intoxication or some other unknown cause.

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