Abraham Jones

First Name: Abraham
Last Name: Jones

Abraham Jones Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Datesort ascending Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
John E. Elsmore November 28, 1869 at the house of John E. Elsmore Edgefield County, SC Homicide pistol

upon their oaths do say That he came to his death from the effect of a blow or blows on his head inflicted by the hands of Wm Pickens Elsmore with a Pistol

Thomas Welheu[?] June 19, 1868 at Benjamin Better[?] wheat field on the Columbia & Augusta Rail Road Edgefield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death by a pistol shot accidentally discharged by his own hands

Charles slave July 31, 1851 at the house of John M. Norris Esqr in Edgefield Edgefield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that by his head being mashed and and his scull broken at the gin house of John M. Norris . . .by the gin running gear, his head passing between the cogs and trunal[?] head, rounds or Wollower

Dinah Woman Slave May 22, 1849 at Allen Griffith Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say, that the said Dinah came to her death by miscarriage and inflamation of the womb at the plantation of Master Michael Long

Michael Long April 17, 1849 at the house of Michael Long Edgefield County, SC Homicide shotgun

upon their Oaths do say, that Michael Long was shot with a double barrel shot gun in the forehead. . .by some person or persons to the Jurors unknown

Rose negro woman Slave March 14, 1846 at Michael Longs Edgefield County, SC Homicide

Upon their Oaths do say that the aforesaid Rose being chained in the Meat house of said M. Long, around the neck with a common chain trace with one ened and the Other end of said chain aforesaid to the Joist broke her neck either by design or by accident

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