J. M. James

First Name: J.
Middle Name(s): M.
Last Name: James

J. M. James Inquests

Displaying 1 - 14 of 14
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Alexander Moore May 22, 1889 at Wellford Spartanburg County, SC Natural Causes apoplexy

upon their oaths do say that the deceased Alexander Moore came to his death from the evidence given and our belief [is] that he died of apoplexy

Charles Moore November 29, 1889 at Charles Moor Spartanburg County, SC Accident train

upon there oaths do say that Charles Moore came to his death by being struck by an engine on the Spartanburg Union and Columbia Railroad ... and that the occurrance was purely accidental

Gabavila Steadman May 15, 1889 at Joseph Stedman's Spartanburg County, SC Homicide blows to head

upon there oaths do say that the said Gabriella Stedman came to her death by blows inflicted on the head by person or persons unknown to the jury

James L. Cathcart February 18, 1889 at Wm. Cathcart's Spartanburg County, SC Accident gun

upon there oaths do say that James L. Cathcart came to his death by accident of a gun shot in his own hands

John Anderson November 18, 1889 at Jonesville School house (col.) Spartanburg County, SC unknown exposure

upon there oaths do say that John Anderson came to his death by being wet and froze to death

Lewis Jackson July 23, 1889 at Squire Jackson's Spartanburg County, SC Accident brick factory accident

upon there oaths do say that Lewis Jackson came ot his death by being crushed in the machinery of the Brick mill of the Spartanburg Factory by carelessness of the Deceased and disobeying the orders of the foreman

M. H. Miller April 10, 1889 at W. T. H. Miller's Spartanburg County, SC Natural Causes heart disease

upon there oaths do say that from the evidence given Martha Miller died with heart disease

Margret Branan December 15, 1889 at or on Mrs. Alice Taylor's place Spartanburg County, SC Natural Causes heart failure or affliction of the brain

upon their oaths do say that Margret Branan died ... of heart failure or affliction of the brain

Mary Lipscomb May 3, 1889 at Cowpens Spartanburg County, SC Homicide beating

upon their oaths do say that the said Mary Lipscomb died of apoplexy

Moriah McIntire November 21, 1889 at or on H. Z. Taylor's place Spartanburg County, SC unknown heart disease or overwork

upon there oaths do say that the said Moriah McIntire died from heart disease

Nancy Loyns June 25, 1889 at Elias Ballingers Spartanburg County, SC Natural Causes consumption

upon there oaths do say from the evidence heard in case and our belief is that she died of consumption

S. F. White November 22, 1889 at or on General Bates Plantation Spartanburg County, SC Accident fire and epilepsy

upon there oaths do say that Mr. S. F. White came to his death by falling into the fire while suffering from an epileptic fit

twin infants September 15, 1889 at Rosa Foster's Spartanburg County, SC Natural Causes stillbirth

do say that the twin children were stillborn & that no violence has been practiced

W. C. Benson October 25, 1889 at the police station in Spartanburg City Spartanburg County, SC Homicide thrown from train

upon their oaths do say that the decased came to his death by a supposed fall from a trestle ... said fall causing concussion of the brain

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