J. P. Sloan

First Name: J.
Middle Name(s): P.
Last Name: Sloan

J. P. Sloan Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Datesort descending Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Andrew Dawkins June 25, 1895 at Laurens CH Laurens County, SC Accident

From testimony produced, I find he died from a fracture of the skull received from a fall while engaged in unloading a Lumber car, at the Factory at Laurens County. I also find that there was no one to blame for same.

Jane Forgy March 10, 1896 on the plantation of Mattie McPherson Laurens County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that she the said Jane Forgy came to her death from the Effects of a gun shot wound from the hands of Tom Forgy by Accident on the 9th day of March inst.

George Roberts May 2, 1896 Laurens County, SC Natural Causes

we the Jury Empannelled in the case of the State vs dead body of George Roberts find that he died From Heart failure

Will Harris June 16, 1896 in Clinton Laurens County, SC Accident train

We the Jury of inquest Empaneled in the case of the state vs dead of unknown colored man (supposed to be William Harris) found dead on or near the track of the G.C. & N. R.R. at Clinton S.C. find that said unknown man came to his death from bruises and shock supposed to be received by jumping or falling from train no 41 on Georgia Carolina and Northern Railway about midnight June 16th 1896 while trying to steal a ride.

Spencer Simpson November 25, 1896 at Clinton Laurens County, SC Homicide

We the Jury of inquest. . . find that Spencer Simpson died in Laurens County on 21st Day of Nov AD 1896 - from the Effects of a gunshot wound from the hands of Jno. Miller, and so we all agree.

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