A. M. Kennedy

First Name: A.
Middle Name(s): M.
Last Name: Kennedy

A. M. Kennedy Inquests

Displaying 1 - 18 of 18
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Typesort descending Death Method Inquest Finding
Jack slave November 19, 1848 at McRae's Mill on the road to Darlington Kershaw County, SC Unknown

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death by the visitation of God

Abram slave December 26, 1847 at Brewer's Plantation Kershaw County, SC Unknown

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death from cause or causes unknown

James C. Wise May 13, 1847 at Camden Kershaw County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death by accidental drowning

Nelson Pettifoot free black February 11, 1848 at the edge of the town of Camden Kershaw County, SC Accident wagon

upon their oaths do say the deceased came t his death by the wagon running over him

John slave November 13, 1849 at the house of Mrs. J.S. McRae Kershaw County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say the deceased came to his death by the falling of a tree

William Pettifoot free black January 21, 1847 at Camden Kershaw County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the deceased came to its death by being accidentally overlaid & smothered in the course fo the night by its mother

J. J. Watts April 17, 1848 at the house of J.J. Watts Kershaw County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the deceased came to his death from the accidental discharge of a gun in the hands of Zack Gupple

Thomas Robinson December 23, 1847 at the house of William Clyburn Kershaw County, SC Accident horse

upon their oaths do say that the deceased Thos. Robinson came to his death by a fall from his horse

slave slave December 4, 1852 at the plantation known as Stockton's Kershaw County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death by his appearance from privation and exposure

James Parker February 4, 1852 at James Parker's house Kershaw County, SC Accident horse

upon their oaths do say that deceased came to his death by a fall from his horse

Burke Chesnut December 14, 1849 near Boykin's T.O. Kershaw County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the deceased came to his death by falling from the cars and exposure while intoxicated

Micjah Ward February 9, 1849 at the house of M. Ward Kershaw County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death by the visitation of God

John Peagles November 30, 1846 at Camden Kershaw County, SC Homicide pistol

upon their oaths do say that the said John Peagles came ot his death from a pistol shot fired by the hands of Wm. B. Hamilton

Jake slave July 24, 1852 at the plantation of Mrs. Amelia Haile near the bridge crossing the Wateree River Kershaw County, SC Homicide brick

that the slave Jake came to his death from a blow or blows inflicted on his head by a brick in the hands of Ceily the nurse, a slave property of Charles Haile

R. J. Lester March 19, 1851 at Camden Kershaw County, SC Homicide pistol

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death from a ball shot from a pistol in the hands of Samuel I. Love and that Samuel Wilson Love was accessory to the act

Eleck slave May 30, 1850 at the quarter of A.D. Jones Esq. Kershaw County, SC Homicide shotgun

do say that he came to his death by a shot gun wound inflicted by the hands of Thos. Mickle under justifiable circumstances.

Aleck slave July 18, 1848 at Major J. Whitaker's plantation Kershaw County, SC Suicide

that he came to his death by drowning in attempting to escape from Capt. Hale & Col. J. Chesnut's hands on the 10th inst

Jane Crowder July 10, 1848 at the jail of Kershaw District, town of Camden Kershaw County, SC Suicide

upon their oaths do say that he deceased came to her death by suicide from hanging herself from the bar of her prison

Source ID: 
478

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