Chesterfield County, SC

County Name: 
Chesterfield
State: 
South Carolina

Chesterfield County, SC Inquests

Displaying 301 - 350 of 533
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Typesort descending Death Method
Amanda Ellerbe July 31, 1881 at the residence of John Ellerbe Natural Causes
Mrs. Joe Landon October 11, 1929 [no location given] Natural Causes
Infant of Pearl Oliver Infant of Pearl Oliver December 26, 1894 at D. A. Redfearn's Place Natural Causes
Mary Adams September 23, 1885 at Mary Adams Natural Causes
Mrs. May M. White January 22, 1885 at E. P. Whites Natural Causes
Grover Cassidy December 3, 1885 at W. F. Pates Natural Causes
E. A. Teal September 1, 1883 near and on the north side of the Public Road leading from Chesterfield C. H. to Abrahams Creek and the middle prong of said Creek Natural Causes
Annie Jefferson January 19, 1892 at Bary Rosie Natural Causes
Sallie Perdew January 5, 1902 [no location given] Natural Causes
Charley Turner February 8, 1922 at J W Patsobe Natural Causes
John Polk February 27, 1889 at Hannah Polks House Natural Causes
Vance Melton January 18, 1930 at Cheraw Natural Causes
Mary Elizabeth Rallings February 6, 1900 at Sanford Rallings' Natural Causes
David Hall October 26, 1931 at McBee Natural Causes
Aneliza Perdue January 31, 1913 at Chesterfield County, South Carolina Natural Causes
Charlotte Johnson July 9, 1906 on the plantation of George Johnson Natural Causes
Adeline Terry February 6, 1883 at Henry Grant's Natural Causes
Sarah Acock February 25, 1881 at D. R. Davison Natural Causes
James Knight September 9, 1905 [no location given] Natural Causes
E. D. Holly September 21, 1907 at Holley's Mill Natural Causes
Unknown infant Unknown infant July 14, 1879 at Cheraw Natural Causes
Sebron Miller June 30, 1903 at Jefferson Natural Causes
T. A. Parker June 2, 1897 at the Residence of J. L. Johnson Natural Causes
Spencer Knott August 9, 1890 at Spencer Knotts' Natural Causes
Ann Funderburk August 27, 1880 at Oak Hill Grave Yard Natural Causes
Jackson Cartlidge October 21, 1874 at or near the Brewers gold mine, near the waters of Big Lynches Creek Natural Causes
Ned Redfern January 24, 1916 at Evans Mill Natural Causes
Nancy Johnson June 11, 1906 at Whitfield Johnson Natural Causes
Sarah Ellen Oliver January 2, 1904 at J. W. Crawley's place Natural Causes
R. H. Crawford January 26, 1894 at Elisha Boans Natural Causes
J. W. Hunnicutt December 8, 1896 [no location given] Natural Causes
John Brown January 28, 1902 [no location given] Natural Causes
Alexander T. Johnson December 2, 1895 at the residence of M.J. Johnson Natural Causes
Infant February 3, 1894 at J. B. Presson's Natural Causes
James Hammons March 25, 1884 at Andrew Bristers Natural Causes
Willis Arther Jenkins February 4, 1888 at J. C. Jenkins Natural Causes
Thomas Tillman July 22, 1894 at Thomas Tillman's place Natural Causes
Gilbert Crawford July 22, 1921 at Pageland Natural Causes
Christen Turnage August 29, 1892 at Robert Turnage Natural Causes
Isaac F. Swinney March 12, 1875 at Chesterfield C. H. Natural Causes
Ben Harris July 8, 1910 at McBee Natural Causes
George Myers October 21, 1894 at Hornsboro Natural Causes
W. L. Pegues July 16, 1894 at Cheraw Natural Causes
S. D. Lawton July 19, 1911 at Chesterfield County, South Carolina Natural Causes
Amy Crawford February 2, 1890 at Neal Crawford Natural Causes
Blair Massey Alias: Isaac Funderburk May 16, 1896 at Phillip Arrant Natural Causes
Infant Child Infant Child March 12, 1891 at Ebb Hildreth Natural Causes
W. Thomas Welsh January 16, 1890 at Sebram Welsh Natural Causes
J. H. Collins June 30, 1896 at G.W. Morris' place Natural Causes
Sarah Johnson July 8, 1893 at Hebron Church Natural Causes

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