James Phillips

First Name: James
Last Name: Phillips

James Phillips Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Typesort descending Death Method Inquest Finding
Unknown August 1, 1840 at the plantation of Benoni[?] Robinson Fairfield County, SC Unknown

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death by Causes unknown to us

Alias July 14, 1838 at the plantation of Samuel Mobley Fairfield County, SC Accident lightning

do say upon their oaths that they believe from the evidence given that the two aforesaid Negro Men came to their death by Lightning and by no other way

Matt July 14, 1838 at the plantation of Samuel Mobley Fairfield County, SC Accident lightning

do say upon their oaths that they believe from the evidence given that the two aforesaid Negro Men came to their death by Lightning and by no other way

Ann June 28, 1837 at the house of Andrew Yongue[?] Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths that they do believe agreeable to evidence that the said Ann came to her death by accidentily falling into the Creek and getting drowned and not otherwise.

Sam October 31, 1840 at the house of Nelson [?] Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the said boy Sam came to his death by the shot of a gun -which gun was accidently shot by a negro boy Allen about 8 years of age

John Young October 1, 1857 in Winnsboro Fairfield County, SC Accident

We the jury after hearing the evidence offered to us on the above inquest find that the deceased came to his death by an injury or hurt received in the suffer with James Guy, either by a from said Guy or by falling upon Guys knee when said was fallen down

Spencer Bradford November 2, 1840 at the house of Spencer Bradford Fairfield County, SC Accident horse

upon their oaths do say that [?] [?] Bradford was thrown from his Horse against the Body[?] of a tree near [?] Bridge on Little River

Bacchus September 28, 1840 at the plantation of John Lowery Fairfield County, SC Homicide whip

upon their oaths do say..that the believes the said negro Bacchus came to his death on the 26th day of Sept. Instant by Certain Blows inflicted on him by Wm L. Galloway with the but end of a waggon whip and by no other way

Martha Armstrong March 30, 1840 at the house of Archibald Armstrong Fairfield County, SC Homicide

The following jurors on the inquest are of the opinion that Mrs Martha Armstrong came to his death by violence inflicted as they believe by Mr Armstrong the husband of the deceased

Source ID: 
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