Asa Clinkscales

First Name: Asa
Last Name: Clinkscales

Asa Clinkscales Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Typesort descending Death Method Inquest Finding
Aaron Hardin June 24, 1845 at plantation of Mr. Moses Chambles Anderson County, SC Accident

do say that they believe the said Aaron Hardin came to his death by mischance and accident by the hand of God, the body being in such a state of putrifaction and mutilation as to prevent a discovery of any marks of violence or other causes of death.

John Vandiver March 28, 1845 at residence of Daniel Gentry Anderson County, SC Accident horse

do say that the Deceased came to his death by accidentaly falling from his horse which produced an extensive fracture of skull about an inch and a half above the year [ear] on the left side and copious affusion on the same side within the cranium thereby producing fatal compressions of the brain.

James Wilson March 27, 1846 at the house of Alexander Moorehead Anderson County, SC Natural Causes

do say that the said James Wilson came to his death by the hands of Providence causes unknown to the jury.

Israel slave November 3, 1845 on the plantation of David Gentry Anderson County, SC Natural Causes

do say that the said Israel came to his death by mischance, and not from any injury inflicted by the hand of another, but by the act of God.

Moses Slave April 10, 1844 at Clayton Webb's Plantation...near the Spring Branch Anderson County, SC Homicide shotgun

do say that Moses died?we are of the opinion that Sd Moses came to his death by a wound that we have seen below the back bone of the rightshoulder inclining to the right nipple rather downward made by a leaden ball or buck shot shot out of a double barrell gun...by Clayton Webb the owner of Moses

Source ID: 
402

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