Samuel Fleming

First Name: Samuel
Last Name: Fleming

Samuel Fleming Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Datesort ascending Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Virgil November 17, 1844 in the woods near to George Blakely plantation Laurens County, SC Suicide

upon their Oaths Do say that the said negro Virgil Slave of Georg Blakely came to his Death By hanging himself to a Dogwood tree with a Muscadine Vine Six or Seven feet in length by tying one end round his neck and the other to the limb of the tree and also Confining his hands Behind him - and we also think that he has been hanging some two or three weeks...

Samuel Kennedy June 8, 1842 at or near Laurens Court House Laurens County, SC Suicide

upon their oaths do say. That the deceased came to his death in the woods near his mothers residence in said District by discharging the contents of a rifle Gun in to his chest in a fit of mental deragement, by resting the Gun on a rock and Tying a String to the trigger and then... pulling the Gun Towards him day and date above mentioned.

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