David R. Newton

First Name: David
Middle Name(s): R.
Last Name: Newton

David R. Newton Inquests

Displaying 1 - 15 of 15
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Typesort descending Death Method Inquest Finding
Martha G. Herring October 27, 1857 at the House of Chauncy Willard Horry County, SC Unknown

upon their Oaths do say that the said Martha G Herring came to her death from natural causes

Wilson M. Gilligan July 25, 1855 at the Jail of the Districtaforesaid in Conwayboro Horry County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the deceased came to his death by Dorwning, cause unknown

Titus July 19, 1857 at the Thoroughfair landing Horry County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say, that the said negro slave Titus came to his death by accidental drowning

Jethro July 27, 1857 at the residence of Cornelius B. Sarvis Horry County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the said boy Jethro came to his death by accidental drowning

unknown negro unknown negro April 24, 1855 at Savannah Bluff Horry County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say tha the Said engro (to them unknown) came to his Death by Drowning

W. H. Gordon March 5, 1855 at the house of Alex.r Hampton Horry County, SC Accident buggy

upon their Oaths do say. That by an unjury caused by a fall from his Buggy on the side of the road

Fanny July 22, 1856 at "Gressetts Landing or Store Landing" on the Waccamaw River Horry County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that the said slave Fanny the porperty . . . of the said R. G. W. Grissett did on Sunday the 20.th Inst came to her death by Misfortune or accidental drowning

Hollan April 29, 1856 at Conwayboro Horry County, SC Accident

Upon their Oaths do say, tha the said Girl Hollan came to her Death by accidental Drowning

unnamed infant unnamed infant September 8, 1855 at the Plantation of the late William Montgomery Horry County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say That upon a Post-morten examination, that from the decomposed state of the Child, having been dead 8 days and buried 7 days, that we can not see any sign of violence or Poesen,--but from the emty state of the Childs Stomach and Bowels, believe that the death of the Child was caused by withholding the necessary nurishment, from its Mothers breast, or otherwise

Silvia October 10, 1857 at the House of J.s. W. Holliday Horry County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the said Silvia a slave Came to her death by the Visitation of God

Elizabeth M. Skipper June 5, 1857 at the House of Abraham B. Skipper Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their Oaths do say, That the said Elizabeth M. Skipper, was killed and murdered by some person or persons to the Jurors unknown

Jim April 26, 1856 on the Public Road leading from Conwayboro, to Bull Creek Ferry Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their Oaths do say, that the said slave Jim Came to his death from the effect of Gun shot wounds--discharged from a Gun in the hands of J.s W. Holiday, his (the said Slave imployer) said slave at the time being in a state of insubordiation, and we the Jurors, do say that the aforesaid Jo.s W. Holiday did in self defence and contrary to his will, Kill and slave the said boy Jim

Irving Stallings March 3, 1857 at Court House Horry County, SC Homicide

upon their Oaths aforesaid do say, that the aforesaid Jeremiah Benson, (Called J. M. Benson) in manner and form aforesaid Irving Stallings, then and there feloniously did Kill against the Peace and dignity of the same state aforesaid

Michael Pertell August 2, 1858 at Conwayboro Horry County, SC Homicide knife

upon their oaths aforesaid do say that the aforesaid Joseph J. Rollins feloniously did Kill against the peace and dignity of the same state aforesaid

Edward Faircloth March 2, 1855 at the house of Edward T. Richs Horry County, SC Homicide ax

upon their Oaths do say that at a negro House on the primises of the residence of Edward T. Ricks. Was struck one mortal blow with the edge of an ax, inflicting a wound six inches long and throuhg to his hollow on his left brest by the hands of one Tilson a slave belong to James F. Clark of North Carolina

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