G. W. Hammond

First Name: G.
Middle Name(s): W.
Last Name: Hammond

G. W. Hammond Inquests

Displaying 1 - 7 of 7
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Caroline A. Kinnan January 13, 1872 at L. C. Neals[?] Anderson County, SC unknown possible arsenic poisoning

do say that said Caroline A. Kinnon….came to her death by the act of God

Daily Thompson December 8, 1876 at Daniel Thompson's Anderson County, SC Suicide hanging

do say that the said Daily Thompson at about the hours of between…10 and 12 oclock…deceased came to her death by her own hands by hanging herself by the neck until it was broken.

George Hammond June 24, 1871 at Provosts Mill Pond Anderson County, SC Accident drowning

do say that the said….by accidental drowning

James Coleman September 16, 1873 at or near Mrs. Fantt's residence and one and 1/2 miles south east of Anderson Anderson County, SC Natural Causes

do say that the deceased came to his death by the act of God.

Lena Hutchinson October 20, 1873 Anderson County, SC Accident burning

do say according to their knowledge and belief according to the evidence that she came to her death by accident by being burned to death

Peter Williford May 2, 1876 at Daniel Williford's Anderson County, SC Natural Causes

do say that some time between the hours of 3 oclock on the 1st of May 1876 and 8oclock on the 2d day of may May 1876 that the deceased came to his death by the act of God

Strather Freeman March 2, 1876 at Flat Rock Church Anderson County, SC Natural Causes heart disease

do say…deceased came to his death by disease of the heart.

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G. W. Hammond

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