M. B. Whittle

First Name: M.
Middle Name(s): B.
Last Name: Whittle

M. B. Whittle Inquests

Displaying 1 - 6 of 6
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Darling Willis March 4, 1859 at Wade Holeston warter Edgefield County, SC Suicide gun

upon there oaths do say that the said Darling Willis came to his death by the shot of a pistol in his own hands in his house

Eldrige Padgett February 9, 1859 at Eidson Padgetts Edgefield County, SC Accident alcohol/fire

upon there oaths do say that the decased came to his death by being intoxicated and caught on fire and burnt to death in his own house

infant child infant child September 15, 1861 at the residence of Mrs Margret Willis Edgefield County, SC Accident child birth

upon there oaths do say that the said infant child of Elizabeth Hallman was … born dead being prematurely Delivered its Delivery being caused by and injury received by the mother in a fall

Jim negro boy July 23, 1855 at Wade Holsteens Edgefield County, SC Homicide knife

upon their oaths do say, that the said Jim a negro boy … was there killed by a knife in the hands of Tom a negro boy belonging to James D Watson and as the knife belonged to Philip a negro boy belonging to the estate of A. J. Padget which said boy Philip was in compnay with the said Tom at the time

Lousay November 25, 1860 at Doct John E. Padgett Edgefield County, SC Accident fire

upon there oaths do say that the said Loosey came to here death by accidnetal Burning

Lovina negroe girl, a slave September 4, 1860 at Doct H M Folks[Faulk?] Edgefield County, SC Suicide drowning

upon there oaths do say the said Lovina a negro Girl a slave … then and there voluntarily and feloniously here self did drown

Administrative Fields

Original Record: 
M. B. Whittle

Get in touch

  • Department of History
    220 LeConte Hall, Baldwin Street
    University of Georgia
    Athens, GA 30602-1602
  • 706-542-2053
  • admin@ehistory.org

eHistory was founded at the University of Georgia in 2011 by historians Claudio Saunt and Stephen Berry

Learn More about eHistory

Supporters

+ American Council of Learned Societies
+ DigiLab, Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia