M. M. Padgett

First Name: M.
Middle Name(s): M.
Last Name: Padgett

M. M. Padgett Inquests

Displaying 1 - 8 of 8
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Clara Bell colored child June 23, 1868 at Rev. H.T. Baitleys Edgefield County, SC Homicide fire

upon their oaths do say: … the elder Child was conscious before it died and did say that a black man, and others say that she (the child) said that it was a yellow man that set fire to the house which burnt her & the other child to death hence we find that the Children were burnt to death but unknown by whom, and if it shall appear that the deceased were wilfully killed by another

George Watkins October 10, 1866 at George Watkins Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon there oaths do say that George Watkins came to his death by a Gun shot wound in the hands of Newton Corley

Henry Padget freedman November 14, 1866 at Wm Padgets premises on Clouds Creek Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon there oaths do say that … he came to his death by a Gun shot wound … in the hands of Job McGee

Lewis slave May 21, 1861 at S. H. Roggers Edgefield County, SC Suicide hanging

upon there oaths do say that Lewis came to his death by his own hands … then and there voluntarily and feloniously did hang and him self did kill

Milledge Denny colored child June 23, 1868 at Rev. H.T. Baitleys Edgefield County, SC Homicide fire

upon their oaths do say: … the elder Child was conscious before it died and did say that a black man, and others say that she (the child) said that it was a yellow man that set fire to the house which burnt her & the other child to death hence we find that the Children were burnt to death but unknown by whom, and if it shall appear that the deceased were wilfully killed by another

Nelson Smith freedman, boy October 4, 1866 at Andrew Warts Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon there oaths do say that Nelson Smith freedman came to his death from being shot with some kind of fire arms in the hands of two persons from the way he was shot by persons unknown

Wesley Weaver[?] June 15, 1858 at Mrs Lydia Nevus[?] Edgefield County, SC Suicide gun

upon their oaths do say that Wesley Weaver by the discharge of a double barreled gun, held in his own hands, … then and there voluntarily and feloniously himself did Kill

Wilson Griffin freedman February 13, 1867 at Luke Rodgers Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do say that the said Wilson Griffin freedman came to his death from a gun or pistole shot wound in the hands of some person or persons to the jurors unknown

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Variant: Padget
Original Record: 
M.M. Padgett

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