George W. Nixon

First Name: George
Middle Name(s): W.
Last Name: Nixon

George W. Nixon Inquests

Displaying 1 - 7 of 7
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Typesort descending Death Method Inquest Finding
Dave negro man Slave March 16, 1849 at Kilcrease's Ferry Edgefield County, SC Accident boat

Upon their Oaths do say, that the said Dave came to his death by being drowned. . .by accidently falling out of a boat used for carrying and other produce to Market

Curry slave March 17, 1856 at Mrs Elizabeth Middletons Plantation Edgefield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the said Curry came to his death by accidental drowning

negro man negro man April 10, 1850 near Kilcreases Ferry Edgefield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say, that the negro here lying dead, was Killed or drowned by some means to the Jurors unknown

Charles negro man February 27, 1850 at Scotts Shoals on Savannah River Edgefield County, SC Accident

Upon their Oaths do say, that he was drowned by accident, and that the body was too much decayed to admit of examination.

Ryal Negro Slave July 28, 1851 at Mr Thos McKies Batteau landing on Big Stephen's Creek Edgefield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that they boy Ryal went in the creek of his own accord and [?] to swim drowned

Baze negro slave March 31, 1863 at the D. J. Howls Edgefield County, SC Homicide chop axe

do say upon there oaths that said Baze came to his death. . .by reason of two blows from a chop axe in the hands of Anderson another slave belong to said T.D.J. Howl

Sarah Jowls[?] November 16, 1858 at Mrs Mary Ann Keys Edgefield County, SC Suicide rope

upon their Oaths do say that the said Sarah Jowls[?] died of her own hands by hanging with a Rope.

Source ID: 
306

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