William Bayne

First Name: William
Last Name: Bayne

William Bayne Inquests

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Namesort descending Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Catharine Rodgers child September 30, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that … the deceased came to her death from congestion of the Lungs

Dick Keith January 6, 1877 at George Lound's Greenville County, SC Accident exposure

upon their oaths do say that the said Dick Keith came to his death by freezing to his death from exposure to the cold

Dolly Young child March 12, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident possibly smothered

upont their oaths do say that the said Dolly Young … came to her death by accident or smuthering or by misclued[?]

Eloise Bird April 23, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident illness, neglect

upon their oaths do say that Eloise Bird … came to her death … by misfortune or accident

Emma Duval September 9, 1878 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Natural Causes mental illness

upon their oaths do say that she … came to her death from natural causes

Eva Lyons February 9, 1880 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Natural Causes illness

upon their oaths do say that … the Dec'd came to her death from Laranges[?] Tracheitis or inflamation of the wind pipe.

Fayet Walter January 20, 1877 at Greenville Greenville County, SC

upont their oaths do say that the dec'd Fayet Walter came to his death from a disease known as congestion of the lungs caused from severe cold

female child female child May 19, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the unknown female child … came to her death … by mischance or accident or from causes to this jury unknown

Frank Young infant January 11, 1877 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident

upon their oaths do say that the child came to its by accidentaly being overlaid by its mother.

infant child infant child February 28, 1877 at Greenville CH Greenville County, SC Natural Causes illness

upon their oaths do say that the said infant child of Ella Mitchell came to his death caused by congestion of the liver stomach & bowels

infant male child infant male child March 27, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Infanticide suffocation, exposure

upon their oaths do say that the aforesaid unknown male child came to his death from causes to this jury unknown

J. McGee September 4, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident fall

upon their oaths do say that … the said J. H. McGee came to his death from a fall from a scaffold by misfortune or accident

Jasper Deal January 18, 1880 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do say that … the said Jasper Deal came to his death from the effect of a pistol shot wound in the hands of Henry Townsend. The ball entering the head just below the left eyebrow and passing directly through the brain to the back of the head.

John Day January 28, 1878 at the Guard house Greenville County, SC Natural Causes disease

upon their oaths do say that the said John Day came to his death from the natural cause to wit[?] congestion of the brain

John Haskell March 11, 1878 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident train

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

John Southern February 29, 1880 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Suicide gun

upon their oaths do say that the said John L Southern came to his death by willfully shooting himself with a Pistol fired by his own hand

L. O'Brien August 5, 1877 at Greenville CH Greenville County, SC Natural Causes disease

upon their oaths do say that the said Mrs. L. B. O'Brien came to her death from a natural cuase to[?] with[?] by a disease known as paralasis of the brain

Lansford Mosley June 19, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say … the said Lansford Moseley came to his death from disease unknown to the Jury

Matilda Tippins March 28, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident burn

upon their aoths do say that the said Matilda Tippins came to her death by accidental burnings

Reason Collins November 26, 1879 at Greenville CH Greenville County, SC Suicide gun

upon their oaths do say that … came to his death from the effects of a pistol shot wound in the right temple the ball passing into the brain … himself did kill

Rebecca Sherman child January 4, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident burn

upon their oaths do say that … the deceased Rebeccas Sherman came to her death … from the effects of an accedental burn

Rufus Springs April 20, 1878 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do say that the said Rufus H Springs came to his death … from a gun shot wound in the hands of a party[?] to this jury unknown

Stephen Yeargin March 5, 1880 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Accident sharp instrument

upon their oaths do say that … the said Stephen Yaergin came to his death by misfortune or accident

Van Hendrix February 14, 1877 at John Garmany's Greenville County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do say that the said Van B Hendrix came to his death from a gun shot wound made in his right breast[?] from a gun then and there fired from the hands of Herbert Garmany

Walter Pegg January 12, 1879 at Greenville Greenville County, SC Suicide alcohol, drugs

upon their oaths do say … the deceased Walter W Pegg came to his death … by misfortune or accident

William Hampton July 3, 1877 at T. J. [?] Greenville County, SC Accident gun

upon their oaths do say that the said Wm A Hampton came to his death by the accidental discharge of his gun in his own hands

William Jones September 8, 1877 at Greenville CH Greenville County, SC Accident alcohol/train

upon their oaths do say that Wm Jones came to his death by being accidentally run over by the Train on the Atlanta and Charlotte Line Rial Road

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