Joseph Mickle

First Name: Joseph
Last Name: Mickle

Joseph Mickle Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Typesort descending Death Method Inquest Finding
Jane Archer January 13, 1813 in house of Alexander Archer on Brown[?] Creek Kershaw County, SC Natural Causes

do say upon their oaths that said Jane Archer came to her death on the night Sautrday the tenth of January Instant in a natural way in the house of Alexander Archer

John Bryce March 7, 1815 in the town of Camden Kershaw County, SC Natural Causes

do say upon their oaths that the said John Bryce came to his death in the Town of Camden aforesaid, on the night of the sixth Instant of a visitation of God.

Sarah Arledge April 22, 1812 at Meeting House Branch Kershaw County, SC Accident exposure

do say upon their oath that the said infant child as aforesaid came to its death by being lost in the woods & perished to death by hunger and cold on the night of the twelfth of this Instant on Meeting House Branch

Nicholas Lowery December 28, 1820 on the Ridge Road near John Lowrey's Kershaw County, SC Accident horse

do say upon their oaths that the aforesaid Nicholas Lowrey came to his death by being run against a tree by the Horse he rode

slave slave March 12, 1824 on the river bank at the plantation of Edward Brevard Kershaw County, SC Accident drowning

do say upon their oaths that the said Negro man came to his death by (as we suppose) from the evidence profused the falling out of a Batteaux accidently and drowning

Robert Anderson January 31, 1825 at the camp near the Wateree Canal Kershaw County, SC Accident gun

do say upon their oaths that the said Robert Anderson came to his death by a gun going accidentally off as William Forten was laying it up, the cock of said gun striking against the place where it was to be laid, which caused it to go off and the load was lodged in the neck of said Robert Anderson

John Cotton March 15, 1826 at the river bank in Mr. Jno. Nelson's field Kershaw County, SC Accident drowning

do say upon their oaths that on the second day January last that the said John Cotton came to his death by attempting to go to the shore from a boat that was lodged in the shoal near Jones Mills within said district and was drowned accidentally and not otherwise

Judith Berry December 17, 1811 near Swift Creek ... [at] home of James Berry Kershaw County, SC Accident burning

do say upon their oaths that the said Berry to came to her death by a violent burn which she received from her clothes taking fire at the fireplace in the house of James Berry … of which she instantly died.

Timothy Spann April 24, 1812 two miles below Camden Kershaw County, SC Homicide gun

do say upon their oaths that they believe that said Timothy Spann came to his death in consequence of a wound received by a shot in a duel with a certain ---- Lowell

Sam Sinclair slave March 24, 1820 at John Chesnut plantation near Chesnut's Ferry on Wateree River Kershaw County, SC Homicide beating

do say upon their oaths that the said Negro man slave the property of John Chesnut son of James Chesnut Esquire was violantly [sic] Murdered

Sylvia slave May 21, 1822 at John Brown plantation Kershaw County, SC Homicide large switch

do say upon their oaths that the said Negro woman Sylvia came to her death by two strokes which she received with a large switch, one across her arm and the other over her breast and shoulder from the hand of Gabiel Coats on the 14th Instant which seems to have been done without intention to kill or maim ... and what most men would have done in such a case and not otherwise

Ambrose slave September 25, 1828 at the house of [?] Duke Kershaw County, SC Homicide gun

do say upon their oaths that the said Negro man slave Ambrose came to his death early in the morning of the twenty-forth of September instant by buck shot discharged from a gun presented at him by Kirkland Harmon … [the shot] entering his back loins & hips

Elizabeth Bowing May 30, 1831 at the residence of Mrs. Ann Bowing Kershaw County, SC Homicide blunt instrument

do say upon their oaths that they believe the said Elizabeth Bowing came to her death by abuse inflicted on her by the hand of Priscilla Robertson

Goodall September 15, 1823 at the boatyard near Camden on the Wateree Kershaw County, SC Suicide drowning

do say upon their oaths that the said Goodall not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the Devil at the boat yard near Camden … then and there himself voluntarily and feloniously downed [himself]

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