M. C. M. Hammond

First Name: M.
Middle Name(s): C. M.
Last Name: Hammond

M. C. M. Hammond Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Ben Shubrick col December 24, 1869 at Negro heade Lane Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes possible mental illness

upon their oaths do say That they find that the said Ben Shubrick col came to his death by the act of Providence

George Low col June 6, 1869 at Sand Bar Ferry Edgefield County, SC Accident poison

upon their oaths do say That they find that the said George Low came to his death through drinking a tea made of the stems of the yellow Jessamine having mistaken the same for the cross Vine of which he intended to make tea

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M.C.M. Hammond

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