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 Methodsort descending
Unknown December 13, 1846 at Hester Thomas in Market Street Unknown
Friday slave September 10, 1840 at Thomas [?] plantation Unknown
John Ronnie February 15, 1898 Accident
Muse slave September 18, 1831 at the resident of Roger Parish Accident
S. G. W. Dill June 5, 1868 at the house of S.G.W. Dill Homicide
Richard Williams November 23, 1880 Unknown
Scott September 14, 1821 near the mill pond of Duncan McRae, Esquire Other
J. F. Brewer September 16, 1841 at Camden Other
Bob slave December 26, 1845 at the residence Mr. Parks Accident
Mary Jenkins May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident
Miley slave April 5, 1858 at a house near the jail in York Street, Camden Unknown
Warren slave July 13, 1859 at Camden at the residence of John Workman Homicide
H. McKnight April 14, 1842 at the house of Thomas Tegues, Esq in the Town of Camden ... upon the view of the dead body of Henry McKnight who was found dead in the Wateree River near the bank of said river & raised by means of a hoop Accident
Adam slave August 22, 1828 at Camden Suicide
Fortune slave April 1, 1838 at Col. James Chesnut's plantation Unknown
Margaret McKeown May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident
James Hall September 25, 1818 in town of Camden Natural Causes
slave slave June 24, 1843 at Thomas Holland's Accident
Margaret Scanlon April 12, 1872 at Margaret Scanlon's residence Other
Brice slave February 19, 1859 at the residence of Joseph Murphy Accident
Timothy Spann April 24, 1812 two miles below Camden Homicide
Nestor Ellison freedman June 5, 1868 at the house of S.G.W. Dill Homicide
Marcus April 12, 1836 at Gibson's Neck on the Wateree River Homicide
Dick slave May 25, 1843 at Camden boat yard Accident
Lucius LeGrand May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident
William slave November 10, 1856 near Prospect Church near the line of Richland and on the waters of Wayland's Creek Homicide
infant March 2, 1852 at the house of entertainment kept by H.J. Wilson known as the Camden Hotel Unknown
Isaac slave March 4, 1841 at Col. Wm. J. Taylor's plantation Natural Causes
Isaac slave February 2, 1829 Unknown
infant September 23, 1837 at Camden Unknown
Smith T. T. Richboury May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident
David Griffin July 28, 1873 at T. H. Clark's plantation Accident
William Johnson January 20, 1871 at William Johnson's residence in Camden Accident
Henry Purse September 23, 1838 at Camden, on the corner of Market & York Streets Homicide
Judith Berry December 17, 1811 near Swift Creek ... [at] home of James Berry Accident
John Brown September 16, 1804 at Andrew Graham's plantation, near Beaver[?] Creek Other
John Oaks May 5, 1860 at Boykin's Mill Accident
James Tiller March 9, 1854 at the Mansion House in the Town of Camden Unknown
John Adamson August 23, 1825 Homicide
Micajah Hilliard November 28, 1829 in the house of Joseph Ward Homicide
negro negro March 25, 1838 at James Chesnut's plantation Unknown
W. F. DeBruhl April 20, 1859 at the late residence of W.F. DeBruhl Natural Causes
Jefferson slave July 27, 1840 at the plantation of H.R. Cook Accident
Viny Davis June 1, 1872 at Camden, Camden, S.C. Homicide
Mary Champion November 10, 1870 at Camden, Camden, S.C. Natural Causes
William Pettifoot free black January 21, 1847 at Camden Accident
Goodall September 15, 1823 at the boatyard near Camden on the Wateree Suicide
Briant King May 16, 1861 at the resident of W. D. H. McHaughton Natural Causes
Harry slave August 13, 1807 at McRae & Cantey's Merchant (grist) mill Accident
Benjamin Dixon November 4, 1836 Other

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