Kershaw County, SC

County Name: 
Kershaw
State: 
South Carolina

Kershaw County, SC Inquests

Displaying 1 - 50 of 233
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Type Death Method
Abram slave December 26, 1847 at Brewer's Plantation unknown
Adam slave August 22, 1828 at Camden Suicide hanging
Aleck slave July 18, 1848 at Major J. Whitaker's plantation Suicide drowning
Alexander McKee January 4, 1817 in the woods near William Gardner's Accident exposure
Alexander Rogers July 15, 1818 lying in the home of F. Blair Suicide razor
Alford Pendleton
Alfred Sowell December 1, 1816 Accident gun
Alice Robinson May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident drowning
Amanda Hogan May 11, 1898 at the late residence of Miss Amanda Hogan Natural Causes heart attack
Ambrose slave September 25, 1828 at the house of [?] Duke Homicide gun
Amelia A. Alexander May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident drowning
Amos slave March 15, 1856 at the plantation of John McRae on the banks of the Wateree Suicide drowning
Andrew Hunter August 26, 1827 Accident cart
Angus McQueen January 17, 1816 at home of Kelly McDermit Accident alcohol
Ann slave January 2, 1844 at Capt. B. Haile's plantation Homicide burning
Anthony slave June 1, 1841 at Camden Suicide hanging
Avery slave November 14, 1831 at a fording place of Singleton's Creek in the plantation of Jacob Champion Accident drowning, alcohol
Belfast slave January 18, 1813 on the plantation of John Damson Esqr Suicide knife
Benjamin Dixon November 4, 1836 Accident alcohol
Benjamin Franklin Hocott May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident drowning
Bethel Ogelsby August 21, 1823 cotton fields belonging to John Doby Esq. Accident alcohol
Betsy Scott February 25, 1842 at Camden Accident alcohol
Bob slave February 18, 1823 near Captain James W. Lang's Mills Accident exposure
Bob slave December 26, 1845 at the residence Mr. Parks Accident exposure
Briant King May 16, 1861 at the resident of W. D. H. McHaughton Natural Causes
Brice slave February 19, 1859 at the residence of Joseph Murphy Accident fall
Burke Chesnut December 14, 1849 near Boykin's T.O. Accident alcohol
Caesar slave August 29, 1861 [at] S. D. Houg['s] unknown
Captain slave January 24, 1824 at plantation of Captain John Boykin Homicide knife
Carey slave February 1, 1831 at the house of John Williams Accident fire
Charlotte slave August 6, 1837 in Camden Natural Causes
Christopher Campbell April 16, 1835 Homicide blunt instrument
colored colored June 12, 1856 at a house on Rutledge Street in the town of Camden and occupied by one John Strickling Natural Causes
Cubiner slave October 27, 1844 at the residence of B. Haile Suicide gun
Daniel Gallis January 31, 1819 at house of Daniel Gillis Accident tree fall
David Griffin July 28, 1873 at T. H. Clark's plantation Accident drowning
Dick slave May 25, 1843 at Camden boat yard Accident drowning
Dorcas Page May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident drowning
Edmond Wages March 12, 1863 two and a half miles from the residence of G .E. Doby Homicide gun
Edward slave August 3, 1824 on the main Charleston Road five miles below Camden Homicide dragging
Eisex Brown February 12, 1869 at John Canty's plantation Homicide stick
Eldridge Brown August 5, 1837 in Camden Homicide gun
Eleck slave May 30, 1850 at the quarter of A.D. Jones Esq. Homicide gun
Elizabeth Belk April 20, 1828 near the Door house Accident fall
Elizabeth Bowing May 30, 1831 at the residence of Mrs. Ann Bowing Homicide blunt instrument
Elizabeth Mathers April 18, 1851 at Mathers' house Homicide knife
Elizabeth McKagen May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident drowning
Emanuel Griffin July 28, 1873 at T. H. Clark's plantation Accident drowning
Esther slave October 24, 1834 at Camden unknown
Fanny slave November 4, 1855 at the plantation of Edward A. Salmond about four miles from Camden Homicide blunt instrument

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