O. H. Hart

First Name: O.
Middle Name(s): H.
Last Name: Hart

O. H. Hart Inquests

Displaying 1 - 7 of 7
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
Peyton Bird colored September 29, 1869 at Edgefield CH Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes

do say as follows: That we the Jurors find that the deceased Peyton Bird came to his death by visitation of God from rupture of a blood vessel called Aorta

James Thomas colored July 20, 1869 at Liberty Hill County Edgefield County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say that James Thomas came to his death by a gun shot wound in the stomach . . .from a gun in the hands of some person or person unknown

Charles M. Creswell August 5, 1869 at Edgefield CH Edgefield County, SC Homicide

the said Charles M Creswell came to his death do say that . . .the deceased Charles M Creswell came to his death by a gunshot wound from a gun in the hands of some person or persons unknown

Lucius Walker October 5, 1869 at James Doziers plantation Edgefield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say: "That Lucius Walker came to his death by having accidentally fallen into the machinery of the Cotton gin of Mr James Dozier. His body passing through a pair of cog wheels in motion and breaking his spine

John Laudrum October 11, 1869 at Dons Steam Mills near Rocky Creek Edgefield County, SC Homicide knife

upon their oaths do say: That he said John Landow[?] came to his death by stabs in the body from a knife in the hands of some person or persons unknown

Louisa Laudon October 11, 1869 at Dorns Steam Mills near Rocky Creek Edgefield County, SC Homicide knife

upon their oaths do say That Louisa Laudon came to her death by a knife in the hands of some person or persons unknown

Hampton Weaver colored July 17, 1869 at the house of and on the farm of James T Outz Edgefield County, SC Accident shotgun

the said Hampton Weaver came to his death do say . . .by the accidental discharge of a single barreled shot gun held in his own hands inflicting a mortal wound under his right Jaw

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