Edwin M. Gregory

First Name: Edwin
Middle Name(s): M.
Last Name: Gregory

Edwin M. Gregory Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Aaron old negro man slave February 23, 1858 in J[?] M Gadbury's[?] plantation Union County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say … that the said negro came to his death in a manner unknown

Abraham Ison July 17, 1855 at Abraham Ison's House Union County, SC

upon there Oaths do say … that the Deceased came to his death by the act of God

Betsy femail slave July 3, 1862 at William Eller's house Union County, SC Accident gun

upon their oaths do say dec'd came to her death by an accidental shot from a horsemans[?] Pistole Loaded with buckshot 5 in number openly[?] hitting the Decsd just above the hip passing through inflicting one mortal wound causing her death in the hands of Wm Ellis he shooting at a dog in his yard & Decsd was sitting in the kichin of sd Wm Ellis ... the said Wm Ellis did the said Decsd by accident and Contrary to his will

Clara slave February 18, 1861 at Thos Bayds[?] Union County, SC Natural Causes

uppon there oaths do say … the decd came to her death by hand of the Almity

Fany female slave June 11, 1855 at Mrs Jane Clowneys Union County, SC Accident

upon there Oaths do say that they Believe she Dsed Came to her death … by some cause to the Jury unknown think she might have died sadingly from some Lingering diseasas she was very often Complaing … or might have Falen in the Beauch & was unable to get out & Drowned as she was found in the Beach

Henry male infant slave November 23, 1860 at Berry Shells House Union County, SC Accident suffocation

uppon their oaths do say that the Decest Came to his death by accidental overlaying of his Mother & smothering to death

infant slave infant slave December 30, 1857 at Isaac Gregorys house Union County, SC Accident suffocation

upon there oaths do say that … it came to its death by accidental overLaying or strangling by the mothers breast

J. Edward Sims March 2, 1855 at the house of Doct. James Gages Union County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oathes do say … that the aforesaid N R E Mayer Feloniously did with a Pistol against the Peace & dignity of the state aforesaid near the printing office in unvile shoot & Killed the said J Edward Sims

J. M. Scott free man of Coller June 12, 1861 at Tho Bishops hous Union County, SC Suicide fall, mental illness

uppon there oaths do say that Decsd came to his death by coluntarily jumping into Mr Thomas Bishops well which was beyond Douby from the Testimony of the witness Caused by Insanity which it appears Decsd was subject to at times

James infant October 31, 1855 on Col Tho. Dawkins[?] Plantation in his field Union County, SC unknown

upon their oaths do say that they believe the Sd Infant came to his fall[?] & Came to its death by some means to the Jury unknown

James Busby June 21, 1860 at J[?]essey L. J[?]eter Union County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do say that from wounds on the decsd and the evidence before them they do believe decsd came to his death by the hands of one David E Jeter[?] in the yard of Jessey[?] L Jeter … [?] shooting him with a shot gun

John Gregory September 3, 1862 at John Gregory Union County, SC Natural Causes

do say that the Decd Came to his death by the hand of God

Joseph A. McJunkin March 15, 1858 at Wm Hawkins House Union County, SC Accident drowning, mental illness

upon there oaths do say that they believe the Decd came to his death from what testimony they can get from a [?] Fits[?] & in that condition had fallen in to the river where he Decsd was Fishing & drowned

July infant slave September 8, 1856 at the House of Mrs Elender[?] Martin Union County, SC Accident suffocation

upon there oaths do say … the Decsd came to its Death by misfortune or accident occasioned by the overLaying of its mother

Mary Jane Johnson child September 25, 1856 at Sarah [?] house Union County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that they believe … that it Came to its by the visitation of God

Nicy female slave October 8, 1859 at Philip Downs[?] Hous Union County, SC Accident train

upon their oaths do say that from … marks found on the arm and head of Decsd that decsd Came to her death by the cars [?] attemting to cross the track before the cars … by misfortune or accident

Peter slave November 23, 1862 at Mrs Colemans Union County, SC Accident drowning, mental illness

upon there oaths do say that Decsd Came to his by the hand of the Almighty he was Suppond[?] as he was subject to having fits & Falling at any place where he might be. We Conclude that the Decsd fell in the Branch in a Fit on his face & Drownd

Sarah slave December 31, 1855 at or near Thomas Fowlers House Union County, SC Suicide hanging

upon there oaths do say that the sd sarah did with her own hands tie a Rope around her own neck & to a chesnut Lim standing on a stum & then stepped off & did her self hang

Sharp infant male child June 5, 1861 at Wm Bovels[?] Union County, SC Natural Causes

uppon there oaths do say that … we conclud that Decsd Came to its Death by the hand of the Almighty

Washington negro man at Pullok[?] Union County, SC Suicide hanging

upon there oaths do say that they believe Decsd Came to his death by misfortune though intoxication & exposure to rain & cold

William male slave, boy March 12, 1857 at Doct Milton [?] Union County, SC Homicide blunt instrument

upon there oaths do say that from what testimony they can get they are together with the wounds & bruises found on the body of the boy both on the head & [?] made by one Lewis Jones… came to his death that the said Lewis Jones the said boy William by misfortune & contrary to his will in manner & form afforesaid did Kill & Slay

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Edwin M. Gregory

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