Chesterfield County, SC

County Name: 
Chesterfield
State: 
South Carolina

Chesterfield County, SC Inquests

Displaying 351 - 400 of 533
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Typesort descending Death Method
Mary Jane Rivers September 12, 1900 [no location given] Natural Causes
Blair Massey Alias: Isaac Funderburk May 16, 1896 at Phillip Arrant Natural Causes
R. H. Crawford January 26, 1894 at Elisha Boans Natural Causes
Laura Doneyhue October 17, 1901 at the Plantation of Geo Gregory, M.D. Natural Causes
W. Thomas Welsh January 16, 1890 at Sebram Welsh Natural Causes
Earnest Leland Smith Jr. December 12, 1945 at Chesterfield Natural Causes
Allen Melton January 6, 1893 at the residence of Mr. James Cottege Natural Causes
Waterman Fleming August 3, 1925 at Jule Fleming's Natural Causes
S. D. Lawton July 19, 1911 at Chesterfield County, South Carolina Natural Causes
Richard Lewis January 4, 1910 at Cheraw Natural Causes
L. M. Stroud August 18, 1909 at Tom Strouds Natural Causes
Ann Funderburk August 27, 1880 at Oak Hill Grave Yard Natural Causes
Caroline Timons January 10, 1901 at Mount Croghan Natural Causes
Malsey A. Blakeny August 12, 1894 at the house of W. E. Courtney Natural Causes
Thomas Tillman July 22, 1894 at Thomas Tillman's place Natural Causes
Infant of Peter and Mary Hancock Infant of Peter and Mary Hancock March 1, 1898 at B.C. Moons Natural Causes
Isabelle Huggins February 5, 1896 at Jm S. Haggan place Natural Causes
Authur Lee Johnson October 1, 1904 at the place of Mary Cassidy Natural Causes
Pleas Jackson August 6, 1899 at M. E. Tomlinsons Natural Causes
Robert Inglish April 25, 1891 at Cheraw Natural Causes
Martha McFarlan September 20, 1890 at Robert Mcfarlan Natural Causes
George Myers October 21, 1894 at Hornsboro Natural Causes
George Bracy August 19, 1871 the plantation of Wm Cassady Natural Causes
Grover Cassidy December 3, 1885 at W. F. Pates Natural Causes
Rose Brodie June 5, 1897 on MacFarland plantation Natural Causes
Annie Jefferson January 19, 1892 at Bary Rosie Natural Causes
T. A. Parker June 2, 1897 at the Residence of J. L. Johnson Natural Causes
John Polk February 27, 1889 at Hannah Polks House Natural Causes
Sarah Johnson July 8, 1893 at Hebron Church Natural Causes
Lee Roy Almond November 18, 1893 at R. J. Almond's Natural Causes
Charley Turner February 8, 1922 at J W Patsobe Natural Causes
Nathan Moore April 1, 1870 at Cheraw Natural Causes
Adeline Terry February 6, 1883 at Henry Grant's Natural Causes
Huston Griffith August 24, 1910 at J. N. Sowell's Place Natural Causes
Alexander T. Johnson December 2, 1895 at the residence of M.J. Johnson Natural Causes
Spencer Knott August 9, 1890 at Spencer Knotts' Natural Causes
Infant of Mary Sellers Infant of Mary Sellers December 1, 1894 at J. H. Seller's Natural Causes
Angeline Allen February 27, 1899 at A.L. Sims' Natural Causes
Unknown Infant Unknown Infant March 27, 1895 at Daniel McGarland's place Natural Causes
Kissey Blakeny October 22, 1884 at Kessey Blakenys Natural Causes
Sarah Acock February 25, 1881 at D. R. Davison Natural Causes
Bird Yarbor December 20, 1903 at McBee, SC Natural Causes
Infant of Diliar Harrell Infant of Diliar Harrell September 15, 1905 at Mr. Douglass's Mill Natural Causes
Mittie Mitchell September 19, 1902 at Chesterfield County, South Carolina Natural Causes
Amanda Ellerbe July 31, 1881 at the residence of John Ellerbe Natural Causes
J. W. Hunnicutt December 8, 1896 [no location given] Natural Causes
D. L. Campbell October 21, 1894 at the residence of D. L. Campbell Natural Causes
J. H. Collins June 30, 1896 at G.W. Morris' place 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
Emma Bennett July 10, 1888 at Cheraw Natural Causes

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