The State vs. the Dead Body of John Haskell

the concussion from which he was suffering when I first saw him was sufficient to cause death. The only surprise was that he lived so long.

Date: 
March 11, 1878

Deceased

Sex: 
Male
Cause of Death: 
Accident
Cause of Death Method: 
train
Inquest Finding: 

upon their oaths do say that the said John Haskell in manner and for aforesaid come to his death by the accidental falling from a train on the Charlotte and Atlanta [?] Line Rail Raod while in motion

Coroner

Coroner: 
Coroner Title: 
coroner

Location

Inquest Location: 
at Greenville

Source

South Carolina Department of Archives & History
Columbia, SC
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