Isaac G. Long

First Name: Isaac
Middle Name(s): G.
Last Name: Long

Isaac G. Long Inquests

Displaying 1 - 16 of 16
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
Eli Thompkins September 5, 1860 at Conwayboro near the residence of Samuel Bell Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say That Eli Thompkins came to his death by a wound inflicted from a knife in the hands of William P. Hughes

Absalom Causey September 27, 1863 at Reaves Mill Branch Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say; that he came to his death by wounds inflicted with a hickory club on the head and side and hip in the hand of Doctor Miles Gilmore

Enoch Stevens August 2, 1859 at Stephens Mill Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say that the said Enoch Stevens came to his dith by the wound received from James Huggins and Samuel Taylor one wound on the head the skull bone broke, one wound on the leg and the bone ruptured then and there feloniously did kill the said Stevens

Nancy Suggs September 15, 1863 at Seth Belleme's . . .and continued by adjournment and taken at M.r J. J. Worthams Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say that she came to her death by Arsenic and that the same was administered by Arthur Suggs at his own residence

Bookey January 26, 1863 at Conwayboro Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say that the slave Bookey came to his death by a State of General Congestion through the internal organs caused bya whipping at the hands of Henry Mardy, Murphy Hughes N. A. McLeod and R G W Grissett Instruments a Strap & Paddle Justifiable in the punishment they inflicted

unnamed infant unnamed infant January 21, 1868 at Conwayboro Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do Say,--That they find the Said Infant to have dead some two or three weeks--that from the evidence before them they belie vethe Said Infant to be the offstriping of Emma Gallard a colored woman now in the Jail . . . and that they believe that the said Infant came to its death by Violence at the hands of the Said Emma Gaillard

Toney Moore November 29, 1865 at Conwayboro Horry County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say That the said Toney Moore came to his death by Mischance from the accidental explosion of a Steam Boiler

Ebby September 7, 1867 at Cooperville Horry County, SC Unknown

upon their oaths they say that on the Sixth of Sept 1867 that the deceased came to his death by drown or accident or misfortune

Charlotte February 22, 1862 at Conwayboro Horry County, SC Homicide

Upon their oaths do say that Charlotte a slavey here lying dead before us came to her death by a wound inflicted by a six Barreled repeater in the hands of James J. Wortham on the 20th of February 1862

Gabriel Rabon October 9, 1862 at Turf Camp Bay Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do Say he came to death by wounds inflicted by shot penetrating the heart by some means to the Jurors unknown . . . But according to evidence we believe that Johnathan J Carroll did kill the said Gabrell Rabon

Allagood Suggs April 4, 1860 at the house of Alfred Jernigan Horry County, SC Accident

upon there oaths do say that the said Allagood Suggs came to his death by misfortune or accident

Polly December 25, 1866 at Darlings Lake Horry County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do Say that She came to her death by accident or mischance

Elijah February 8, 1860 at the house of D.r J. H. Norman Horry County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the said Infant Slave "Elijah" the property of Eliza Jane Hughes (A Mintor) came to its death by accident by being overlain either by its mother or another child of hers

Ludley February 8, 1860 at Conwayboro in Horry District (near the River Landing) Horry County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say tha the said Slave "Ludley" the property of D. W. Jordan came to his death by accidentally falling from a Flat the property of his master into the Reiver and was drowned

John G. Tyler January 28, 1868 at M.r Allens Store Horry County, SC Accident alcohol

upon their oaths do Say the Deceased came to Death from the effects of ardent Sperits administered of himself by his own act

Gilbert Grissett December 20, 1867 at Snow Hill Horry County, SC Accident boat

upon there oaths do Say. That he the Said Grissett came to his death on the 20.th day of December A. D. 1867 by accidental drowning

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