Robert Anderson

First Name: Robert
Last Name: Anderson

Robert Anderson Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Blassingame Wise April 27, 1848 at or near the Negro quarter of Mrs Wiley Glover, on Savannah River Edgefield County, SC Suicide drowning

upon their Oaths do say, that … the decd Blassingame Wise, … came to his death by voluntarily drowing himself in Savannah River

Charles negro boy November 14, 1842 On Mr Thos Oliver's Plantation, at or near Said Oliver's residence Edgefield County, SC Accident fire

Upon their oaths do say, that the boy Charles … came to his death by being burnt to death in an old house, accidently caught fire in some unknown or misterious way to us

Henry Goodman May 4, 1851 at or near to William H Adams on little horse Creek Edgefield County, SC Accident drowning/mental illness

upon their Oaths do say that the aforesaid Henry Goodman in manner and form aforesaid came to his death by drowning in said little horse Creek

John Butler October 23, 1850 at the House of Mr Seth Butler Edgefield County, SC Homicide sharp instrument

upon their Oaths do say that the said John A. Butler was killed & murdered by some person or persons to the Jurors unknown

John Hester May 13, 1846 at Hamburg in the shop of J.J. Kenedy Edgefield County, SC Accident machinery/mental illness

Upon their Oaths do say, He died in the said shop … while working at the bench in a fit … came to his death by misfortune or visitation of God

John J. Cobb July 23, 1843 at William Elkins Mill Pond Edgefield County, SC Suicide drowning

upon their oaths do say, that Doct John S. Cobb, here lyind dead, came to his death by then & there being alone, in William Elkins mill Pond aforesaid, himself voluntarily and feloniously drowned … then and there himself, voluntarily & feloniously as a felon of himself Killed and murdered

Kenneth Martor[?] January 15, 1852 at Thomas Samar's[?] Mills on horse creek Edgefield County, SC Accident machinery

Upon their oaths do say the decd came to his death … by becoming accidentaly entangled in, and with the running gear of Mr Thos G. Lamar's circular saw mill

Lewis negro man March 20, 1846 at & in the Revd Mr. Brooks Plantation Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes exposure

upon their Oaths do say, that, he decd … the said Boy came to his death by & exposure to extreme hunger & Cold

Milton Barter[?] youth August 24, 1849 at Capt. Andrew J Hammonds Mills Edgefield County, SC Accident drowning

upon their Oaths do say … by accidental drowning in Mr Andrew Hammonds Mill Pond

Minda negro girl August 17, 1851 at Mr Geo Robinsons Edgefield County, SC unknown

upon their oaths do say that … the said negro girl Minda came to her death by congestion of the brain & spine

Prince negro boy December 23, 1849 at Thos G. Lamars Mills on little horse creek Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon their Oaths do say, by a stab in the breast with a sharp pointed knife, held in the hands of a negro boy named Robert, about nine years old

Stepney negro man September 29, 1848 at the Swamp Platation of Wiley Glover, decd on Savannah River Edgefield County, SC Suicide hanging

Upon their Oaths do say, that the said negro man Stepney came to his death by cruel treatment inflicted upon him by the hands of his master, Russel Harden

Tephius[?] Cornwall January 14, 1845 on one of the Public Streets of the Town of Hamburg Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes

Upon their oaths do say, that the decd Tephius[?] Cornwell came to his death as they believe by the visitation of God

Thomas Rosseter[?] August 30, 1852 at Hamburg SC Edgefield County, SC Accident drowning

Upon their Oaths do say, that he, said Thos Rosseter came to his death by drowning … in the street in the town of Hamburg, during the high water Backed[?] out from the Savannah River

Tom negro boy February 5, 1853 at the late residence of Col Harling Quarles[?] deceased Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their Oaths do say the said negro boy … died in some natural way unknown

William M. Tredaway March 27, 1851 at the house of William M Tredaway at Beach Island Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do say that he came to his death from a gun shot fired at him by William Wilson

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