Robert Long

First Name: Robert
Last Name: Long

Robert Long Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
Daniel September 17, 1816 at Reuben Meadows Laurens County, SC Natural Causes

do Say upon their oaths, that he came to his death by the visitation of God then and there to wit Reuben Meadows field aforesaid he died aforesaid and not otherwise. . .

Ashford D. Clary March 17, 1822 near David Graham's Laurens County, SC Accident

do say upon their oaths, that he being Intoxicated on Sunday the tenth day of this Instant (March) and had attempted to cross the branch aforesaid, and crossing had fallen into the same and was Drowned in the water of said Branch

Jack April 6, 1810 at Thomas McCreary's Laurens County, SC Suicide

say upon there oaths aforesaid that he Jack in manner and form aforesaid then and there with cord made of cotton usually termed a plough line of the value of eleven pence then and there in his cabin with said Rope Round his neck, double in the form of a Noose, and the other part tied round one of the ribs of the cabin aforesaid by which means he was Strangled to death then and there Voluntarily and Feloniously, as a felon of himself, did kill and murder and hang, feloniously against the peace of this State.

John Rea November 21, 1808 at John Lukes Laurens County, SC Other

do say upon their oathes that the aforesaid John Rea did come to his death By Intoxication; or the visitation of God on the morning the twenty first day of November...

Samuel Ferguson Sr. July 21, 1839 at Samuel Fergusons Laurens County, SC Other

do say upon their oaths, that the said Samuel Ferguson came to his death by Intemperance in the use of Spiritous liquors and not otherwise

Source ID: 
181

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