G. S. Hinnant

First Name: G.
Middle Name(s): S.
Last Name: Hinnant

G. S. Hinnant Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Datesort descending Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Isaac McMulkin at the Old Smith place Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to his death at his Father's house the 20 June 1895 from accidental burning.

Wilson Clark at Winnsboro Fairfield County, SC Accident train

upon their Oaths do say that Wilson, Clark came to his death on the C.C & A R. Road in Winnsboro the 30th day of May 1889 By being run over by Engine 7B7

Peggyann Goings at S.R. Rutland's Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that aforsaid children came to their deaths by accidental burning of the house in which they were fastined up on the morning of the 16th of March 1893. We also add our condemnation to the general practice of Colored Parents locking up helpless children in houses where there is fire.

Mary Robertson at the Gailiard grave yard Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that deceased came to her death from internal hemorrhage, caused by having a premature birth produced by some cause unknown to the jury

Andrew Caldwell at Rockton Fairfield County, SC Homicide pistol

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to his death on the 21st day of June 1889 near Rockton . . . by a gun shot wound in the head inflicted by parties to us unknown.

Rose Ford at Winnsboro Fairfield County, SC Accident opium

upon their Oaths do say that the deceasd came to her death in Winnsbor between the hours of 12 PM and 6 AM from the conjoint result of an over dose of Opium and Whiskey and disease of the Kidneys

Jesse Goings at S.R. Rutland's Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that aforsaid children came to their deaths by accidental burning of the house in which they were fastined up on the morning of the 16th of March 1893. We also add our condemnation to the general practice of Colored Parents locking up helpless children in houses where there is fire.

Brown Lee at the McCerkin[?] grave yard Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to his death on the 6 day of Nov A D 1889 at his residence from natural causes

Priner Davis near Simm Davis' Spring Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the said Priner Davis came to his death from apoplectic Fit-brought on by drinking bad whiskey and exposure near the Public Road in Fairfield Co SC, leading form Winnsboro to Kincades Bridge on or between the night of the 13th and the morning of the 15th of January 1883[.]

Silvy Holmes at Ben Glenn's place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that Silvy Homes came to her death at her daughters Residence at the night of 28th of April AD 1887 from Providential Visitation[.]

Viola Goings at S.R. Rutland's Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that aforsaid children came to their deaths by accidental burning of the house in which they were fastined up on the morning of the 16th of March 1893. We also add our condemnation to the general practice of Colored Parents locking up helpless children in houses where there is fire.

Charles Aiken at the Bell place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upo their Oaths do say that the deceased Charles Aiken, came to his death form Rupture of a blood vesel at Narthers Church[.]

Crosby Irby at Perry Irby's Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to his death at his home. . .from a gun shot wound accidently fired[.]

Nelson Davis at Blythewood Fairfield County, SC Homicide pistol

upon their oaths do say, that the deceased came to his death. . .the 6th day of April 1893 from a pistol shot wound at the hands of William Gilchrist, and that twelve of the jurors say justifiable homicide and two against. The last tow signing being against justifiable homicide.

Maggie Henderson at the Dr. Sam Mobley place Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the aforesaid Maggie Henderson came to her death from pistol shot wound, discharged by her sister, Millie Henderson accidentily between midnight and day on the 13th of Feb 1886 at the residence of Hall Henderson on the place of Caleb Craig[.]

Sindy Simmons at Winnsboro Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to her death at her Brother, Ben Davis in Fairfield County SC the 12 day of Sept 1898 from natural causes[.]

Mag Potee at N.D. Roberts place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceasd came to her death at her home the night of the 2d of Sept 1892 from natural causes[.]

Sallie Walker at M.J. Steel's[?] place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say tha the deceased Sallie Walker came to her death from heart diseas on the Plantation of Mrs M.J. Slide[.]

John Wallcot at Winnsboro Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

do say upon their Oaths that the deceased came to his death in Winnsboro SC the 7 of Jan 1889 from heart diseas.

Thomas Stevenson at the Jesse Wayride place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the deceased Thos. Stevenson, came to his death from some disease supposed to be disease of the Heart[.]

Martin Armstrong at Bethel Church Fairfield County, SC Unknown

upon their Oaths do say that he deceased Martin Armstrong came to his death on Saturday the 5th of March 1887 at W.M Curlee's Store from some cause or causes unknown to the Jury[.]

Proph[?] Fryday at Willson Fryday's Fairfield County, SC Accident

I am satisfied that the deceased came to his death from a gunshot wound on the evening of the 29 of March at or near his fathers house and that the gun was fired accidentally.

Thomas Thompson at Capt. Manus' place Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the said Thomas Thompson came to his death from the affect of a burn caused by falling in the fire[.]

Unknown at the House of Frank Stephanie Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that the deceasd came to his death from Accidental Smothering in bed at its Fathers house[.]

Oscar Latter at the Nancy Rabb place Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to his death sometime between mid night and day the 27th of Feb 1889 on the Plantation of W.C. Rabbs from accidental Suffocation

Dolly Glenn at the Doly place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceasd came to her death at the home of Joe Jackson the 21st of Aug 1892 from some Natural Causes[.]

Ed Caldwell at Jas. McFir's[?] place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased Ed Caldwell came to his death from heart dissease at his home[.]

Dorisa Byrd at Martin Byrd's Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that Dorisa Byrd came to her death from congestion of the lungs at on the plantation of Oliver Sloan[.]

Wade Chappell at William Steele's Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased Wade, Chappell, came to his death from an affection of the heart[.]

Anarky Thompson at Joe Freshleys Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the deceased came to her death from diseas of the heart called osfication of the valve of the heart, on the plantation of Joe Freshley, in Fairfield County SoC. The 1st of May 1884.

Hilliard Brown at Washington Ashford's house on the Boyd place Fairfield County, SC Accident mule

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to his death from being thrown dragged & kicked by his mule while returning from his field on the Boyd place[.]

Maria Powell at the Paggitt place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to her death at her residence the 4 day of May A D 1891 from heart failure.

Lizzie Coleman at A.P. Irby's plantation Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the child Lizzie, Coleman, came to her death by burning in a house on the Plantation of Capt A.P. Irby's the 21st of Nov 1884 the origin of the fire unknown to the jury[.]

Flemming Taylor at Jack Taylors house Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that deceased came to his death near his home on P W Clarks place in Fairfield County SC the 15 day of Nov 1896 from a Pistols Shot Wound at hands of Abram Kennedy

A. E. Powell at A.E. Powell's residence Fairfield County, SC Suicide

upon their oaths do say that deceased A.E. Powell came to his death by a Pistol Shot in his own hands in his parlor of his residence[.]

Unknown at Davis Lyles'[?] place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the aforesaid Infant came to his death from Premature birth[.]

Elsie Starks at N.C. Roberts' place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the deceased came to her death from some cause uknown to the Jury between two & seven Oclock the 21st Jan 1883[.]

Emanuel Thomas at Winnsboro Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to his death from natural causes[.]

Mary Cook at Henry Cook's Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say the deceased came to her death at her home from heart disease[.]

Caleb Campbell near Winnsboro Fairfield County, SC Homicide

upon their oaths do say that the deceased Caleb Campbell was killed and murdered by hanging by some person or persons to the jury unknown[.]

Willie Dawkins at the old Ashford place Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that Willie, Dawkins came to his death at the house of Edward Rodgers the 12 of Feb 1891 from Accidental Burning

Rachell Smith at the McDowell place Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to her death from dissease of the heart.

Kitty Young near Rock City Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their Oaths do say that the said Kity Young came to her death from a pistol shot wound, the pistol being fired by her little brother Johnnie Young, and that the shooting was purely accidental.

Unknown at the Gailiard Plantation Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the said infants death was from premature birth, from best evidence we can get, it not being over six months old the 17 of Feb 1886[.]

Ephram Ashford at [?] Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say that the deceased came to his death at his home from heart failure

Oscar Matthews November 23, 1877 at C.H.[?] Matthews' Fairfield County, SC Accident

upon their oaths say that the aforesaid Oscar Mathews came to his death on the 22nd day of November 1877 at the Mill dam by the accidental falling from the pear[?] trial[?] of the grist mill or from drowning after the fall unknown to the jury[.]

Unknown December 10, 1877 at Alexander Harris' Fairfield County, SC Accident

do say that the deceased came to its death by being Smothered in bed. & that infant in manner and form afore-Said, came to its death by misfortune or accident

Unknown July 12, 1878 at Winnsboro Fairfield County, SC
Lucinda Scott September 9, 1878 at P. Hastings' Plantation Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the said Lucinda Scott came to her death at the house of John Scott; on P. Hastings plantation. September 8th 1878. from hemorrhages of the Lungs.

E. P. Brown January 1, 1879 at Mrs. E.P. Browns Fairfield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the Deceased came to to her death at her Residence Dec. the 31st A.D. 1878 from enlargement of the heart[.]

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