James Marshall

First Name: James
Last Name: Marshall

James Marshall Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
Littleton Hollis December 11, 1831 at the house of Sanders Gibson Fairfield County, SC Other

do say upon their oaths, that according to the evidence adduced to them, they have reason to believe; that for some time past the deceased has been in the habit of drinking spiritous liquors to excess on every occasion, or at least every opportunity, and on the 9th instant, had drank very freely, and fell once or twice off his own feet. might have been hurt thereby, but they believe, there was no other causes, unless, An appoplectic fit. or Epilectic, might have been brought on thereby

Aggey September 14, 1830 near the house of Edward P. Mobley Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths that according to the evidence addressed to them they believe that said Negroe Aggey came to her death on the night of the 11th this instant by the breaking of a joist or two in a house, which fell on her

Unknown September 6, 1827 near the house of James Walling Fairfield County, SC Homicide

do say upon their oaths that they believe the sd infant came to its death by being struck against a log which lay about four or five steps from the place of its birth on Tuesday morning the 4th instant by Letitia Vaugh, who they believe delivered the child

John November 24, 1829 at the house of Robert G Bagley Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths that according to such and all evidence it is their belief that on the night of the 23rd instant the before mentioned Alexander Caldwell and his little son (the deceased) was in a Small House and A Sleep an they believe that a pallet whereon the deceased lay or the house caught fire, by accident, and consumed the house and the child...

May March 20, 1832 at the plantation of Doctor William Bratton on Wateree Creek Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

do say upon their oaths, that according to the evidence adduced to them, they believe that on the 19th instant in a field where the said May was breaking Cotton Halks, he was taken with an appoplectic fit and expired in an instant

Edward Young December 26, 1833 at the house of Mrs. Mathews on the waters of Wateree Creek Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths that accord=ing to the evidence adduced to them, they believe, that the evening of the 25th December instant Riding at a smart rate, in company with Robert Harper. The said Edward Young by his horse suddently taking a contrary side of a tree from what he expected, or intended. thereby was thrown or dashed against the same which we believe caused the death of the said Edward.

Freeman Holten November 5, 1826 at, or near, Mr. John B. Pickett's rig[?] at Mr. Richard Harrison's Mill Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths that the said Freeman Holton came to his death on the 4th of November in A Mill house of Mr. Richard B Harrison's came to his death by a Fall from the upper Story in the inside of the House, the floors not being laid

Hugh Barkley September 20, 1836 in the house of Hugh Barkley Fairfield County, SC Homicide

do say upon their oaths that according to the evidence adduced to them the said Hugh Barkley came to his death by a wound inflicted on him with a dirk or knife by Baby Flemming on the left side above the Pubis which we suppose cut the spermatic[?] artery & caused the effusion of blood into the scrotum

James Blackie August 17, 1836 in the house of Ezekiel Hoy Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

do say upon their oaths that they believe James Blackie died on the 16th of August & and that his death was caused by a 'severe acute disease aggravated & hurried to a fatal termination by previous organic affection of all the viscera of the systems

Rachel February 18, 1834 at the grave of a female Negroe Slave named Rachel near the house of Benjamin Boulware Fairfield County, SC Homicide

do say upon their oaths that they believe that the said negro Rachel came to her death by a blow or stroke on the head from a violent hand which broke her Scull and also from circumstances rest their suspicion on Thomas D Peay owner of said Rachel.

Unknown July 13, 1830 at Rocky Mount Ferry Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths that upon the evidence adduced that the said child was found on the evening of the 18th Inst. found in a fish Trap near the above named ferry prior to that time they are not able to asertain and from not being able to asertain any marks of violence do believe to[?] come to its death by being drowned

Phillis August 18, 1831 at the house of Charles P. Stone Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

do say upon their oaths that, according to all the testimony adduced to them, they are inclined to believe, that on the 17th instant, the said Phillis being often last spring, complaining of Hysterical, vapours she was taken with a Hysteric Attack which caused her death

Herman Peters November 2, 1836 on the Camden Road near the house of Hugh Y.[?] Rosborough Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths that they believe according to all evidence adduced to them, the said Herman Peters came to his death from intoxication and inclemency of the weather, some time of the morning of the 2nd instant, on the Camden Road four miles from Winnsborough

Eliza February 15, 1837 at the house of Mr. John Cockrell Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths, that according to the evidence adduced to them they believe, that upon the morning of the 15th instant, the said Eliza came to her death, by a tree falling on her; Breaking her scull, also her thigh and perhaps other injuries we know- nothing of.

Ned February 15, 1831 near the house of Joseph Gladney Little River Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths that according to the evidence addressed to them they believe that on the 25th December in attempting to cross little river at a Ford [he] was thrown off a mule on which he rode and then and there was drowned, without any Person being accessory to his death but think they have some reason to believe he was in some degree intoxicated which might in some manner procured his being thrown from said mule

Rachel McBurney October 21, 1833 in the house of Major James Barkley Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths, that according to the evidence adduced, they believe that on the morning of the 20th this instant, or some time in the night of the 19th, a small house adjoining the dwelling of the said Major James Barkley, occupied by said Rachel McBurney as a Bed Room, caught fire, how, not known, was consumed with the contents, and her, the said Rachel.

George Craig January 19, 1825 at the house of Mathew Richmond Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths that, according evidence and their own belief a tree which he assisted to cutdown, by misfortune fell on him and broke his scull on the evening of the 18th.

William Bonner Jr. August 20, 1832 at the house late the Residence of William Bonner Jr. Fairfield County, SC Accident horse

do say upon their oaths, that according to the evidence adduced to them they believe, that on the vening of the 11th day of August instant, in sight, of the said Williams House, the said William Bonner Jr. came to his death by his Horse running against a tree. The Gig in which he was being suddenly stopped therewith, and he either against the tree or by a kick from his horse as he fell from his Gig or afterwards, they cannot tell how, received a mortal wound on his head thereby breaking his scull, which cause his death about ten hours afterward, without violence of any kind from the hand of man.

Isaac December 31, 1832 the house of Mrs. Jane Brown of Horse branch of Wateree Creek Fairfield County, SC Accident horse

do say upon their Oaths, they believe the said Negroe Isaac, in the act of riding a race was thrown off the Mare on which he rode, and the injury he then received caused his death

John Rowland August 22, 1825 at the Presbyterian Church known by the name of the Ebenezer meeting house Fairfield County, SC Homicide knife

do say upon their oaths that one John Brown, late of the district aforesaid, on the 4th day of June 1825, did commit a violent assault on the said John Rowland by the infliction of two greivous and dangerous wounds on the body of the said John Rowland John Rowland died, on the 19th instant, then and there feloniously killed and murdered the said John Rowland against the peace of the said state.

Phillip McDonough December 13, 1829 at the house of Thomas Nelson in the town of Winnsborough Fairfield County, SC Suicide razor

do say upon their oaths that said deceased died of his own voluntary act put an end to his life by cutting with a razor through his windpipe & also through the veins and arteries of his left arm.

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