J. P. Sloan

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

J. P. Sloan Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
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.

W. H. Searsey October 21, 1890 at Laurens CH Laurens County, SC Accident train

by their oaths do say that We the undersigned Jurors find that the deceased WH Searsey came to his death Oct 20th 1890 at Laurenns SC by accident - caused from Jumping from the Engine on account of a collision, caused by service Train, and from the Evidence, it was carelessness upon the Part of the Engineer and conductor of Service Train, and RR authorities of PR and WC RR.

Wade Adair December 13, 1891 at Clinton Laurens County, SC Accident train

upon their oaths do say that he said Wade Adair came to his death by being accidentally run over by the C N & L Train No. 151 P.C. Gailard Conductor and we find Railroad Company in no wise responsible for his death.

Lillie Washington December 22, 1892 on the plantation of J.O.C. Flemming Laurens County, SC Accident train

upon their oaths do say that she came to her death "By the train running against her throwing her off the track, and in our opinion unavoidable.

L. W. Warren July 26, 1894 in Clinton Laurens County, SC Accident train

we the jury find that he died from the effects of a fall from the Lever, it being fastened by the flagg [sic] staff in the hands of himself, and a man on the RR car, running at great speed, causing a jack to fall from Lever and jump it up throwing Mr Warren and hands from car. We also find that he alone was the sole cause of the accident and the RR in no way to blame.

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