John Quattlebaum

First Name: John
Last Name: Quattlebaum

John Quattlebaum Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Datesort descending Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Basil M. Boone November 4, 1855 at the residence of Daniel Boone Edgefield County, SC Suicide rifle

upon their oaths aforesaid do say that. . .they did then and there find the body of Basil M Boone of said District, prostrate upon the ground with his face upwards with a mortal wound in his forehead, which we believe was inflicted by a Rifle ball, finding a rifle gun there lying, with the muzzle, under the left leg of the deceased ... we believe that the said Basil M Boone ... himself did shoot and Kill

Doublin male slave, boy April 5, 1857 at the Residence of Mrs Delila Philips Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say. . .that the deceased Doublin in manner and form aforesaid came to his death by a Providential occurrence under the influence of an apoplectic fit.

Rhoda female slave July 4, 1857 at Dorn's[?] Mill Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say, they believe the said slave Rhoda came to her death by some invisible and unknown cause or causes; perhaps a disease of the heart

Solomon Ellenberg February 18, 1859 near the Residence of G.M. Ouzts[?] Edgefield County, SC Suicide

unanimously determin and conclude that the said Solomon Ellenberg in maner and form afore said then and there volunterly and feloniously himself did kill by hanging himself by the neck

Rebeca Eidson May 29, 1861 at the Residence of William Eidson Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes

upon there oaths do say that it is made evident to theme that the said deceased came to here death. . .from Congestion Pneumonia

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