John Nabors

First Name: John
Last Name: Nabors

John Nabors Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
Jesse Woods September 3, 1870 at Lewis Dial Laurens County, SC Natural Causes

we do say he came to his Death by Dropsey the act of God

Unknown Freedman Unknown Freedman November 25, 1868 at Parks old field Laurens County, SC Unknown

upon their oaths do say, We the jurors aforesaid do say that the freedman name unknown to us that he came to his Death by an act of God.

Infant enslaved by W.B. Henderson Infant enslaved by W.B. Henderson January 14, 1865 at W.B. Hendersons Laurens County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say that they beloeve the Infant slave above mentioned came to its death by violence inflicted by the hands of some unknown person by thrusting a common sewing needle through the scalp into the brain. . .Either by the hand of the Mother, or The Slave Girl Lucy, The property of W.B. Henderson.

Sam Dehays October 23, 1870 at Thernus quarter Laurens County, SC Homicide

upon the oaths do say that the said Sam Dehay came to his death on the road between Duncans creek & Clinton on the 22d Oct 1870 by a gunshot from parties unknown to the jury

Ann July 26, 1861 at Barrington Avery, Esq's Gin Pond Laurens County, SC Suicide

upon their Oaths do say That having examined the body of Ann they are satisfied she came to her death by drowning herself in B. Avery's Gin Pond by her own act

John August 16, 1859 at Edw Garreth Laurens County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do Say that the Boy John aforesaid came to his death by going in to the water and by accident got into deep water and not being able to swim was drowned.

Unknown Infant at William L. Powers Unknown Infant at William L. Powers March 10, 1867 at the late residence of Wm L. Powers Decsd. Laurens County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say - that the said Infant child came to its death by hand of Nancy A. Morgan formerly Nancy A. Powers by choking it with her drawers tied round its neck - the time unknown to the Jury. . .

Clarisa Epps July 20, 1868 at Laurens C.H. Laurens County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do Say that the afore said Claricy Epps came to her death by the visitation of God.

Nehemiah Franks July 27, 1859 at Nehemiah Franks Laurens County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that he the aforesaid Nehemiah Franks in manner and form aforesaid do say that he came to his death in his own house by the act of God.

John Davis September 6, 1859 at Jas. H. Parks Laurens County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say - That he came to his death by misfortune and accident by a plate falling struck him on the head about 1 o cl'k on the 5th Inst. Which caused his death in about six hours.

Ben October 10, 1865 at Abram Putnams Laurens County, SC Homicide

upon their Oaths do say that the freedman came to his death from a Gun shot wound in the head and the cutting of his throat with some sharp instrument, by persons unknown to the jurors

Infant Child of Caroline Hunter Infant Child of Caroline Hunter January 13, 1872 at Samuel J. Bryson plantion Laurens County, SC Accident

upon their oaths d say We Jurors afforesaid did examine the dead body of the said infant do say that the dead infant came to its death by accidental Smothering. . .

Alexander January 2, 1862 at Dr. Austins Laurens County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the said Alexander came to his death Jany 1st by accident having been caught in the running gear of the gin.

Dr. E. C. Shell November 5, 1868 at Henry Shell's Laurens County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say that they do believe from the evidence given that from the evidence given that Jess Woody, Rich Dial, Nathan Crews, Bill Bryson, Samuel Allison Sr., Daniel Allison Jr., Harry Shell Jr. and Mar Williams either as principals or accessories did willfully and feloniously kill and Murder Dr. E.C. Shell by a shot gun or musket shot on the second day of Nov 1868 near the residence of his father H R Shell against the peace and dignity of the State afore said.

Charmes October 7, 1865 at Levison Fowlers Laurens County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the Freedman Charmes came to his death by the act of God

Benjamin Yeargan December 11, 1865 at the residence of Benjmain Yeargans Laurens County, SC Suicide

upon their oaths do Say that he voluntarily and felloniously himself did Kill by hanging him self to a Pine limb against the peace and dignity of the State aforesaid

George April 21, 1858 at Dr J G Tragham's Laurens County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the deceased came to his death by the act of God.

Female Infant of Milly Campbell Female Infant of Milly Campbell October 17, 1867 at Laurens C.H. Laurens County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say - that it came to its death by accidental Suffocation.

Anthony October 30, 1860 at Dr. McCoys Laurens County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say that Antony came to his death from Shot wounds of a gun in the hands of John P Templeton on the 29th day of Oct

Samuel D. Owings November 12, 1869 Laurens County, SC Homicide pistol
W. S. Rodgers March 8, 1866 at Clinton Laurens County, SC Homicide pitcher

fom the testimony befouse us, that W.S. Rogers came to his death by wounds inflicted upon his head on the 7th inst. By several blows with a metal Pitcher & the blow with a Decanter in the hands of W.A. Rose

William Owens May 28, 1859 at Wm Owens Laurens County, SC Homicide stick

upon their oaths do say that Wm Owens came to his death by blows inflicted upon his face neck and head with a large stick in the hands of Thomas Owens on the evening of the 18th day of May 1859

Charles June 17, 1865 at Dr. M.M. Hunters Laurens County, SC Accident wagon

by their oaths do say on the 16th June 1865. The slave Charles was thrown from a wagon loaded with wheat - by a large limb causing accidental death instantly by the face.

Source ID: 
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