Greenville County, SC

County Name: 
Greenville
State: 
South Carolina

Greenville County, SC Inquests

Displaying 1 - 50 of 139
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Type Death Method
Abemolie[?] Gilreath[?] April 20, 1876 at the residence of A. M. Gilreath Suicide gun
Abram McJunkin March 14, 1867 at the [??] Accident drowning
Alexander Black November 14, 1863 at the house of A. W. Black Natural Causes apoplexy
Allen negro man September 4, 1858 at Mrs. Moor's Suicide gun
Andrew freedman March 13, 1866 at Greenville CH Homicide gun
Andrew Lynch August 22, 1868 at or near Gosmills Mill's Homicide gun
App Chapman July 31, 1883 at the residence of J. D.[?] Chastern[?] Accident
Baylis Edwards May 30, 1864 at the residence of Franis Edwards Homicide blunt instrument
Berry slave October 8, 1859 near the Residence of Richard Hay on the Greenville & Columbia Railroad Accident train
Bill slave September 30, 1860 unknown
black child black child July 31, 1849 at Morton's old place Infanticide unknown
Can Abrahams child July 28, 1883 at the house of Austin Scott
Caroline Batson freed woman November 21, 1866 at Reedy River Church Natural Causes illness
Caswell Waldrop April 18, 1882 at the residence of Caswell Waldrop Natural Causes illness
Catharine Rodgers child September 30, 1879 at Greenville Natural Causes
Charles Goswell February 9, 1883 at John Goswell's Natural Causes
D. Stepp June 9, 1883 at Greenville Accident drowning
David Garison February 23, 1823 [?] the house of David Garison Accident exposure
Dick Keith January 6, 1877 at George Lound's Accident exposure
Dolly Young child March 12, 1879 at Greenville Natural Causes
Edna Black August 6, 1878 at Joseph Davenport's Homicide claw hammer
Elijah Pike December 28, 1856 at the residence of Elijah Pike Accident alcohol
Elizabeth Cook May 27, 1881 at Greenville Natural Causes disease
Elizabeth Pinnel February 27, 1851 at the late residence of Elizabeth Pinnel Natural Causes
Elizabeth Walker March 1, 1879 at P. A. McDavid Natural Causes
Elkanon Wells July 20, 1854 taken in Greenville Dist Suicide gun
Eloise Bird April 23, 1879 at Greenville Accident illness, neglect
Emma Duval September 9, 1878 at Greenville Natural Causes mental illness
Emmar McDonald daughter November 27, 1881 at William McDonald's Natural Causes illness
Eva Lyons February 9, 1880 at Greenville Natural Causes illness
Fayet Walter January 20, 1877 at Greenville
female child female child July 17, 1881 at Greenville CH Infanticide
female child female child May 19, 1879 at Greenville Accident
female child, white child female child, white child January 21, 1881 at Greenville Infanticide drowning
Frank Young infant January 11, 1877 at Greenville Accident
G. Heath December 14, 1877 at S. G. Chapman's Suicide gun
George slave June 24, 1857 at W.B. family[?] plantation Natural Causes
George freedmen October 25, 1865 at John H. Campbell's Homicide gun
George Center October 28, 1880 at George W. Centers Natural Causes disease
George Franklin of color December 4, 1866 at Hush[?] Creek Homicide gun
George Martin November 30, 1880 at Greenville Accident train
Harry McBee May 31, 1876 at Alexander McBee's
Henry colored man May 24, 1852 at Ephraim Few's Accident lightning
Henry freemen formerly the slave October 30, 1865 at or near Dr. Bery F. Few's Homicide gun
Henry slave July 8, 1856 at the house of Wm M. Hawkins Homicide blunt instrument
Henry Blassingham July 10, 1880 at Greenville Homicide gun
Howard Birdsong August 4, 1863 at Greenville Suicide hanging
Humphrey Wilson August 26, 1882 at the residence of Humphrey Wilsons Natural Causes
infant infant June 6, 1876 at Orange Goodlet'ts Natural Causes child birth
infant child infant child July 21, 1851 at the residence of Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell Infanticide suffocation

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