F. I. DeHay

First Name: F.
Middle Name(s): I.
Last Name: DeHay

F. I. DeHay Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Methodsort descending Inquest Finding
colored colored June 12, 1856 at a house on Rutledge Street in the town of Camden and occupied by one John Strickling Kershaw County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that from the evidence before the jury the child came to its death naturally having had severe convulstions at several times during the two previous days

Miley slave April 5, 1858 at a house near the jail in York Street, Camden Kershaw County, SC unknown

opon their oaths do say that the said negro woman died from exhaustion consequent upon hysterical mania in the jail

Unknown February 17, 1854 Kershaw County, SC
Unknown April 23, 1854 at a spot near Chesnut's field about four miles from Camden Kershaw County, SC unknown

upon their oaths do say that the person aforesaid came to his death by causes uknown

James Tiller March 9, 1854 at the Mansion House in the Town of Camden Kershaw County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the said James Tiller came to his death by a visitation of God

James Graham June 8, 1858 at the place known as the public square in Logtown Kershaw County, SC Accident alcohol

upon their oaths do say that the said Jame Graham here lying dead came to his death from intemperance and exposure

Fanny slave November 4, 1855 at the plantation of Edward A. Salmond about four miles from Camden Kershaw County, SC Homicide blunt instrument

do say that that the Negro woman came to her death by a fit of apoplexy on the morning of the fourth day of November 1855 in her own house.

Jim slave June 19, 1858 at the plantation of A.H. Boykin Kershaw County, SC Homicide blunt instrument

upon their oaths do say that the said negro Jim came to his death … from three wounds inflicted on and across the face by some weapon or instrument to the jury unknown in the hands of Dick a slave of William Sanders

Unknown June 26, 1856 at a spot near the Wateree River and on or near the Road leading to Chesnut's Ferry Kershaw County, SC Accident drowning

upon their oaths do say that after such examination as was in their power to make they are clearly of opinion that the decased came to his death by falling into the ditch leading from Bolton's[?] Branch while in a state of intoxication and being unable to help himself was drowned

George slave July 19, 1855 near Pine Tree Creek Kershaw County, SC Homicide drowning

upon their oaths do say that the said negro child George, from the evidence adduced before the Jury came to his death by the hands of one Jackson Bradley aided and abetted by one William Adkins on the Saturday night before the said Jackson Bradley was committed to Jail

Amos slave March 15, 1856 at the plantation of John McRae on the banks of the Wateree Kershaw County, SC Suicide drowning

upon their oaths do say that the said negro Amos came to his death by jumping into the Wateree River where he was drowned

William slave November 10, 1856 near Prospect Church near the line of Richland and on the waters of Wayland's Creek Kershaw County, SC Homicide gun

do say that the said negro man William came to his death from a wound in the back caused by a shot gun in the hands of some person or persons to the jurors unknown

Jerry slave June 6, 1857 at the residence of Rev. J.K. Mendenhall on Lyttleton Street within the bounds of the Town of Camden Kershaw County, SC Homicide jug

upon their oaths do say that the said negro boy Jerry came to his death from a blow on the left side of the head … inflicted by a jug in the hands of Bob a slave of Thomas E. Shannon

W. F. Hunter June 1, 1853 at the residence of William Clyburn Kershaw County, SC Homicide knife

upon their oaths do say that the said William Ferdinand Hunter came to his death by wounds inflicted by a knife in the hands of John Love, Junior, in the woods near the residence of William Clyburn, about twelve miles north of Camden, on the road leading to Lancaster, on the thirty-first day of May A.D. 1853

William I. Graham September 13, 1854 at the Camden Hotel kep by William M. Watson in the Town of Camden Kershaw County, SC Homicide knife

upon their oaths do say that the said William I. Graham came to his death from a wound in the left breast inflicted by a bowie knife in the hands of John Lee Dixon

George West August 26, 1855 at the plantation of William Jesse Taylor Kershaw County, SC Accident mauling (elephant)

do say that the aforesaid George West came to his death by wounds inflicted by the tusks of an Elephant

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