Alexander McBee

First Name: Alexander
Last Name: McBee

Alexander McBee Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Alexander Black November 14, 1863 at the house of A. W. Black Greenville County, SC Natural Causes apoplexy

upon their oaths do say that the said decd came to his death … by the act of God unknown to them

Caswell Waldrop April 18, 1882 at the residence of Caswell Waldrop Greenville County, SC Natural Causes illness

upon their oaths do say that … the said Caswell Waldrop … came to his death from the effect of an epileptic fit.

Elizabeth Cook May 27, 1881 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Natural Causes disease

upon their oaths do say that … the said Elizabeth came to her death from heart disease

Elkanon Wells July 20, 1854 taken in Greenville Dist Greenville County, SC Suicide gun

upon their oaths do say that the said Elkanon Wells in manner and form aforesaid they and there voluntarily and feloniously did himself kill or so wound himself

female child female child July 17, 1881 at Greenville CH Greenville County, SC Infanticide

came to her death do say that … Sallie Turner was delivered of a female child and that said female child is the one here by us dead. And the Jurors further say that said female child was still born never having having breathed

female child, white child female child, white child January 21, 1881 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Infanticide drowning

upon their oaths do say that … the said unknown female child came to her death from violence at the hands of a party or parties to the Jury unknown

George Martin November 30, 1880 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident train

upon their oaths do say that … the said George W. Martin was accidentally struck and killed by passenger train No 42 of the Atlanta and Charlotte [?] Line Rail Road

Henry Blassingham July 10, 1880 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do say that … the said Henry Blassingham came to his death from the effects of a gun shot wound. The gun ebing in the hands of Frank Nelson. The ball entering the body to the left and a little above the left nipple and ranging[?] upwards

infant female child infant female child March 31, 1857 at Turner Duncan's Greenville County, SC Infanticide unknown

upon their oaths do say that the infanct was killed or homicideed by some person or persons, or (by some means) came to its death to the jurors unknown

infant male child infant male child October 28, 1851 at the Reedy River Factory Greenville County, SC Homicide drowning, exposure

upon their oaths do say that the said infant male child was killed and homicideed by some person or persons (or by some means) to the jurors unknown

James Moore September 8, 1881 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Suicide drugs

upon their oaths do say that the said James P. Moore came to his death from the effect of anodynes administered by himself; but whether with the intention of taking his life or not the jury are unable to say.

James Pinson deserter December 5, 1864 at Greenville CH Greenville County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do say that … was killed and homicideed by some person or persons (by a gun shot (in the breast on the morng of the 4th inst) to) the jurors unknown

John Goodlett December 28, 1880 at Greenville CH Greenville County, SC Homicide blunt instrument

upon their oaths do say that the deceased John H. Goodlett came to his death from a wound on the head how caused the Jury are unable to say

John Lyons July 1, 1882 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident alcohol

upon their oaths do say that … came to his death from congestion of the Lungs

Lawrence Lenhardt July 5, 1882 at Greenville CH Greenville County, SC Natural Causes illness

upon their oaths do say that … came to his death from strangulation of the hernia[?] of long duration

Pressly Foster boy August 1, 1882 at Mr. Wm G[?] Greenville County, SC Accident fell in branch during fit

upon their oaths do say that … came to his death by falling in a branch in an epileptic fit & causing strangulation

R. Davis May 1, 1881 at Grove Station Greenville County, SC Accident train

upon their oaths do say that the deceasd R J. Davis came to his death … from mischance or accident by being knocked off a freight Train

Richard Stenhouse November 1, 1857 at the house of Richard Stenhouse Greenville County, SC Accident tree fall

upon their oaths do say that the deceased Richard Stenhouse was killed … by the accidental falling of a tree near his own house.

William Barrett March 15, 1884 at Telephone Exchange in the City of Greenville Greenville County, SC Suicide drugs

by their oaths do say that … the said William T Barrett came to his death from the effects of an over dose of morphine administered by himself

William Cooper September 22, 1882 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Natural Causes disease

upon their oaths do say that … Wm T. Cooper came to his death from heart disease

Zilpha Fisher July 19, 1882 at Greenville CH Greenville County, SC Accident exposure

upon their oaths do say that … the said Zilpha Fisher came to her death from sun stroke

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Cleanup Notes: 
Variants: Alexander M. Bee; A. M. Bee
Original Record: 
Alexander McBee

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