H. J. Atkinson

First Name: H.
Middle Name(s): J.
Last Name: Atkinson

H. J. Atkinson Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Typesort descending Death Method Inquest Finding
Mrs. M. C. Williams October 13, 1908 [at] Mrs. Williams Chesterfield County, SC Accident

Upon their oaths, do say: that the aforesaid Mrs. M.C. Williams did some to her death by a gun shot wound by George Williams . . .

Will Williams July 8, 1907 at H. M. Spencers Chesterfield County, SC Accident boat

upon their oaths, do say: Wil Williams came to his Death By strangltion

Older son of Joe Cunningham Older son of Joe Cunningham March 26, 1908 [no location given] Chesterfield County, SC Accident

[No official declaration]

Younger son of Joe Cunningham Younger son of Joe Cunningham March 26, 1908 [no location given] Chesterfield County, SC Accident

[No official declaration]

Joe Alexander Ryan October 24, 1912 at Cheraw Chesterfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths, do say: that he came to his death in an accidental fall in the arms of his mother

Infant of George and Ann Crawford Infant of George and Ann Crawford May 8, 1906 At G A S[??]cers Chesterfield County, SC Accident

Upon their oaths, do say: By strangulation the cause of which is unknown to Jury

Jackson Boan January 12, 1906 [no location given] Chesterfield County, SC Accident

[No official declaration]

Archie Oliver May 9, 1909 at the home of J. P. Thurman Chesterfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths, so say: That the said Archie Oliver came to his death by a gun shot wound in the head= said gun being at the time in the hands of Willis Thurman said sun being discharged accidentally = without any effort of the said Willis Thurman = he at the time not knowing that the gun was loaded

Eliga Clark April 18, 1906 at Purvis Brige in Cheraw Town ship Chesterfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths, do say: that Eliga Clark came to his death by causes unknown to the jury

M. D. Smith December 24, 1906 at W. K. Sellars Chesterfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths, do say: That the said M.D. Smith Came to his death by burns by fire.

James Knight September 9, 1905 [no location given] Chesterfield County, SC Natural Causes

I have examined the body of James Knight Decease and I find . . . [the] cause to his Death from natural causes.

L. M. Stroud August 18, 1909 at Tom Strouds Chesterfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say: that the said Mrs. P. M. Stroud came to her death from natural causes

E. D. Holly September 21, 1907 at Holley's Mill Chesterfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths, do say: She died from natural causes

Infant of Diliar Harrell Infant of Diliar Harrell September 15, 1905 at Mr. Douglass's Mill Chesterfield County, SC Natural Causes

so the said Jurors aforesaid, upon their oaths aforesaid, do say that the aforesaid child came to death by causes unknown to them.

Nancy Johnson June 11, 1906 at Whitfield Johnson Chesterfield County, SC Natural Causes

AND so the said Jurors aforesaid, upon their oaths aforesaid, do say that the aforesaid Nancy Johnson came to her death from natural causes

G. D. Gullege June 14, 1909 near clus Rallings Chesterfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths, do say: that the said G. D. Gullege came to his death from natural causes

Charlotte Johnson July 9, 1906 on the plantation of George Johnson Chesterfield County, SC Natural Causes

[No official declaration]

Haup W. Oliver June 9, 1912 [no location given] Chesterfield County, SC Homicide

[No official declaration]

Thomas Hoiston August 13, 1907 at Bethel Chesterfield County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths, do say: By a pistol Shot wound at the hand of Wes McDonald

Columbus Baskins December 20, 1912 at B R Rivers Doer Chesterfield County, SC Suicide

upon their oaths, do say: Columbus Baskins came to his death by gun shots inflicted wound by his own hand

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