Robert Mickle

First Name: Robert
Last Name: Mickle

Robert Mickle Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Adam slave August 22, 1828 at Camden Kershaw County, SC Suicide hanging

do say upon their oaths that the said negro man Adam the property of Solomon Legare died by his own act, having hung himself

Elizabeth Belk April 20, 1828 near the Door house Kershaw County, SC Accident fall

do say upon their oaths that in traveling to a neighboring house she fell down and being old & infirm was unable to rise & so perished

infant November 28, 1829 in Camden on the lot on which Mr. Thomas Welsh[?] resided Kershaw County, SC Infanticide unknown

do say upon their oaths that the remains of an infant born at "full time" were found in a smoke house, suspiciuosly concealed in a jar with lime on the lot on which Mr. Thomas Welch[?] resided; but how, or when the infant came to its death we know not.

Isaac slave February 2, 1829 Kershaw County, SC unknown unknown

do say upon their oaths that the said Isaac came to his death by some cause to the jury unknown. They have made all due examination which they could make from the testimony presented to them, and they could not come to any other determination. The surgeon who examined the body gave in evidence that a chemical examination was made of the contents of the stomach and bowels and no traces of mineral or vegetable poison could be found.

Redding Summerville January 9, 1826 Kershaw County, SC unknown

do say upon their oaths that he came to his death by the visitation of God

slave slave January 17, 1827 near McRae's mills Kershaw County, SC Accident exposure

do say upon their oaths that he came to it by intemperate drinking & exposure to the cold in an open field

Unknown May 1, 1826 in a ditch Kershaw County, SC unknown unknown

do say upon their oaths that the cause of the death is to them unknown

William Thompson May 26, 1826 in town of Camden Kershaw County, SC Accident poison

do say upon their oaths that it was by taking a dose of saltpetre though mistake

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