Heart

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

do say that the said Daniel Brown died. . . in the cotton field on the plantation of Willis Watkins by no act of violence or foul means but by heart disease.

Sex: 
Female
Race: 
Black
Slave Status: 
Enslaved
Owner: 
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

do Say upon their oaths that the said negro woman Abby, on the 28th Inst 1840 at Thomas Carters in the District afforesaid was found dead and that She dyed by the visitation of god in a natural way & not otherwise.

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
Black
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say That Ned Dial came to his death from natural causes.

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

by their oaths do say that the said Austin King came to his death "From heart disease."

Sex: 
Female
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that the said Rachel Dullivan came to her death from natural cause (Heart disease).

Sex: 
Female
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that the said Elsie Sloan came to her death by the act of God.

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that the said Jack Dendy came to his death "From Providential Causes."

Sex: 
Female
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that near the Residence of W. B. Fuller in above state and county on the 29th July 1889 the said Rachael Watts came to her death by "Visitation of God."

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
Parent(s): 
M A Martin
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that the said Charley Martin came to his death by "Heart Failure."

Sex: 
Male
Race: 
White
COD Category: 
Natural Causes
COD: 
COD Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that the said Hillary Suber came to his death on the plantation of Mrs NB Copeland from Heart Disease

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