Lewis Culbreath

First Name: Lewis
Last Name: Culbreath

Lewis Culbreath Inquests

Displaying 1 - 7 of 7
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
Dick male slave July 13, 1859 at Ted Scurrys residence Edgefield County, SC Accident

upon there oaths do say. . .that he came to his death by going in to the Saluda River and got in Deep water an drowned

A. G. Leek February 23, 1859 at A. G. Leeks Residence Edgefield County, SC Other

upon there oaths do say. . .he came to his Death by Excessive hard Drink

Charles negro boy March 7, 1857 at Archy Clark residence Edgefield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say. . .he came to his death by lying down and going to sleep on the wet and cold ground and the Rain and water running over him

Victor male slave April 24, 1859 at A. L. Dearing Plantation Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes

upon there oaths do say that the said Victor came to his death by a providential occurance

Allen Smith Freedman January 19, 1867 at S.B. Chappells Residence Edgefield County, SC Homicide pistol

upon there Oath do say. . .he came to his death by means of a Pistol shot through the head inflicted by some person or persons unknown

Stanmore B. Chappell January 19, 1867 at S.B. Chappells Residence Edgefield County, SC Homicide pistol

upon there oaths do say. . .he came to his death by means of a Pistol shot through head done in and affray with B.F. Payne

Keal Johnson colourd man October 20, 1866 at J.M. Proctors Residence Edgefield County, SC Homicide pistol

upon there Oaths do say that he came to his death. . .by a Pistol shot from the hands of G.J. Smith entering the left side of the mouth and came out at the back side of his head

Source ID: 
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