J. P. Sloan

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

J. P. Sloan Inquests

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Namesort descending Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Will Love January 27, 1891 Laurens County, SC Homicide

We the Jury of inquest in the case of the state vs the dead body of Will Love find from the testimony taken in the above case that, he the said Love came to his deth from the Effects of gun shot wounds from the hands of Geo Demly, that he died on the Morning of the 27 inst.

Will Metts March 16, 1895 at Clinton Laurens County, SC Accident train

we the jurors impaneled find from the testimony produced that the said Will Metts came to his death By being caught between Box Car and platform, crushing his body. In our opinion there could be no Blame attached to any one.

William Evans July 4, 1894 on the Foley plantation Laurens County, SC Homicide hoe

we the jury find that Wm Evans Died from the Effects of repeated blows on the head, with a hoe, in the hands of a four year old boy, John Stevens, who had been left to nurse it. And we think from his age, that he is not, intelligently responsible to the law for the said act.

William Moore April 15, 1893 in a lake near little river Laurens County, SC Accident

Being a lawful Jury of inquest and being charged and sworn to inquire for the State of S.C. how and by what means the said Wm. Moore came to his death on the 14th of April inst. In Laurens County By Accidental drowning, in a lake near little river.

William Roster June 9, 1891 on the plantation of Go Y Young Laurens County, SC Homicide rock

upon their oaths do say that the said Wm Roster alias Berges came to his death From a blow received by a rock thrown from the hands of Rafe Dickson this the 9th day of June 1891.

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