G. L. Gregory

First Name: G.
Middle Name(s): L.
Last Name: Gregory

G. L. Gregory Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Abner Nelson December 31, 1849 at the House of abner nelson Union County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say … the said Abner Nelson died a natural death as we believe from old age an of god

Alcy negro child July 22, 1851 at B. J. Gregory's Union County, SC Accident suffocation

upon their oaths do say that the dieast came to its death by being overlaid by its mother

Bill slave November 19, 1851 at Colonel Samuel Beaty's Union County, SC Accident horse

upon their oaths do say that by being flung and dragged by the horse with his feet wound in the chain some hundred and fifty yards … came to his death by misfortune or accident

Dinah slave January 25, 1859 at the late residence of John Gregory deseast Union County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that she died of [?] of the heart which has been protracted[?] for the last ten or twelve months

Emaline slave April 4, 1862 at R. G. H. Faws[?] Union County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say … that the deseast came to her death by the visitation of god or some unknown cause

Franklin Turner son December 26, 1850 at John Turners Union County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say … that the aforesaid Franklin Turner … came to his death by misfortune or accident

infant infant December 13, 1851 at A. J. Gregorys Union County, SC Accident suffocation

upon their oaths do say that it was accidently smoothered by its mother

Jane slave April 16, 1849 at John J. E. Gregory's Union County, SC Accident suffocation

upon their oaths doo say that … the said Jane was accidently or unknowinly smuthered by her mother or some one Else in bead

Jim slave October 4, 1858 at Giles Sharps Union County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that Jim came to his death for some cause unknown or the visitation of god

John Savage January 27, 1852 at John Savages Union County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that … John Savage Sr was Providentially taken away by the act of God

John Williams freed person infant June 23, 1867 at John Meadows Union County, SC Accident suffocation

upon their oaths do say that … it came to its death by being smuthered by him in her sleep

Levy negro man slave January 9, 1849 at Austin Wilson's Union County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that Levy Came to his death by natural Cause and that was an Act of God

Limbrick negro child a slave July 22, 1856 at Wm. R. A. Thomas's Union County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that limbrick here lying dead came to his death by a visitation of god

Lora slave January 6, 1852 at Gerrymiah Gregory's Union County, SC Accident suffocation

upon their oaths do say that … the child Lora she was accidently smothered by its mother

Mastin Comer January 6, 1862 at Mastin Comer's Union County, SC Homicide knife

upon their oaths do say … that the deceased came to his death by a wound inflicted in the forepart of the head by seaborn[?] woolbright with a knife

Mint slave May 22, 1859 at Sims McDaniels Union County, SC Suicide hanging

upon their oath do say that Mint a slave the property of Sims McDaniel did hang herself by the neck with a hemp rope

Roanoake slave April 3, 1861 at James R Jeters Union County, SC Accident lightning

upon their oaths do say that … Roanoake came to his death from being struck with lightning

Sally slave December 15, 1850 at Gerrymiah Gregorys Union County, SC Accident

upon their oaths doo say … that the aforesaid sally … came to her death by misfortune or accident

Thomas R. Sparks January 1, 1851 at George Greghams Union County, SC Accident alcohol

upon their oaths do Say that he came to his death by an appoplectic fit in consequence of in temperance[?]

William Bently March 21, 1851 at Wm Bently's Union County, SC Accident wall plate

upon their oaths doo say that the said Wm Bently came to his death … by a wall plate that fell from the top of the house which he was Building which was by misfortune or accident

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