Malcolm McCaskill

First Name: Malcolm
Last Name: McCaskill

Malcolm McCaskill Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Benjamin Dixon November 4, 1836 Kershaw County, SC Accident alcohol

believe that the deceased Mr. Benj. Dixon came to his death by intemperance

Frankey slave May 23, 1835 at the Maj. R. Gibson Plantation on the Wateree Kershaw County, SC Suicide drowning

The jury are of an opinion from the evidence before them that the deceased came to her death by drowning whether accidental or intentional they are unable to determine

Jenny slave April 28, 1836 Kershaw County, SC Natural Causes

do on their oath say that they believe she died of an apoplectic fit, the visitation of God

Lydia Parish December 6, 1835 at the house of Mrs. L. Parrish on Rutledge Street in the town of Camden Kershaw County, SC Natural Causes

find no reason to suppose the deceased came to her death otherwise than by the act of God or in the course of nature from diesease the particular character of which is unknown to us

Marcus April 12, 1836 at Gibson's Neck on the Wateree River Kershaw County, SC Homicide unknown

we find that the negro is Marcus the property of D. A. Brevard but are unable to say whether his death was caused by certain blows inflicted on the head & drowning or by drowning alone

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