James Perry

First Name: James
Last Name: Perry

James Perry Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Allen Bauknight freedman June 11, 1866 at William Bauknights Edgefield County, SC Accident gun

upon there oaths do say that the said Allen Bauknight came to his death by a discharge of a Gun in the hands of Suson Bauknight freeman his wife by the Gun going of axcidentally

Andrew slave September 3, 1850 at A.P. Butlers plantation Edgefield County, SC Homicide rail

upon their oaths do say that … Andrew came to his death by a lick on the head on the right side inflicted by Ben a slave of A.P. Butler with a half of rail done in the heat of passion while in an affray

Callen O'Neall November 11, 1855 at Luke Havirds[?] Edgefield County, SC Accident alcohol

upon their Oaths do say, that the said Callen Oneall came to his death … By drinking too much liquor and supposed to have strangled to death by Throwing up

Clem slave, boy October 3, 1858 at Tabitha Abney's Edgefield County, SC Accident gun

upon their oaths do say that the aforesaid Lem[?] came to his death by the accident firing of a gun in his own hands

Hardy Boulware January 2, 1862 at Hardy Boulwares Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

by the oaths of that Hardy Bolware came to his death by a gun shot wound from the hands of David W. Padgett

Hugh Duffey Sr. August 26, 1855 at Bethany Church Edgefield County, SC Accident fall

upon their oaths do say, that the said Hugh Duffey senr did come to his death by accident by his horse falling into a large ditch with him, the horse was blind

John Shumport[?] November 7, 1851 at John Shumports[?] Edgefield County, SC Accident wagon

Upon their oaths do say, that John Shumport … did come to his death by misfortune or accident

Joshua Miller December 22, 1851 at Joshua Millers Edgefield County, SC Suicide gun

Upon their Oaths do say, that he came to his death … by a discharge of a Shot Gun loaded with powder and lead, carried by himself and that the said Joshua Miller … voluntarily and feloniously himself did Kill

Ras slave December 6, 1850 at D Dennys Mill Edgefield County, SC Accident drowning

upon their oaths do say that the said Ras came to his death … coluntarily feloniously, himself did Kill

Unknown August 30, 1866 at Fosity[?] Creek ford Edgefield County, SC unknown

upon there Oaths do say from all circumstances he came to his death by the Visitation of God as the body had bin dead some time and the flesh was consumed or decayed from the skeleton the bones was all hole[?]

William C. Goff May 7, 1865 at Bethany Church Edgefield County, SC Accident drowning

upon there Oaths do say that W.C. Goff came to his death by Mischance or accidentally falling in big saluda when fishing

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