Kershaw County, SC

County Name: 
Kershaw
State: 
South Carolina

Kershaw County, SC Inquests

Displaying 1 - 50 of 233
Name Deceased Description Datesort descending Inquest Location Death Type Death Method
Paul Williams Homicide brick
Richard Williams
Jim Cantey
Alford Pendleton
Sarah Langley October 27, 1803 Homicide unknown
John Brown September 16, 1804 at Andrew Graham's plantation, near Beaver[?] Creek Accident alcohol
Tom slave May 5, 1805 at plantation of John Chesnut, Esquire Accident drowning
slave slave June 5, 1805 in woods near Camden Suicide hanging
Harry slave August 13, 1807 at McRae & Cantey's Merchant (grist) mill Accident unknown
James Goodson September 28, 1807 Natural Causes
James Spradley August 19, 1808 near Sander's Creek Accident gun
Thomas Clark September 14, 1811 at plantation on Little Lynches Creek Homicide stick
infant November 12, 1811 abortion unknown
George Watts December 2, 1811 Accident drowning, alcohol
Judith Berry December 17, 1811 near Swift Creek ... [at] home of James Berry Accident burning
Sarah Arledge April 22, 1812 at Meeting House Branch Accident exposure
Timothy Spann April 24, 1812 two miles below Camden Homicide gun
Jane Archer January 13, 1813 in house of Alexander Archer on Brown[?] Creek Natural Causes
Belfast slave January 18, 1813 on the plantation of John Damson Esqr Suicide knife
William Arledge December 1, 1813 near Sander's[?] Creek Accident fall
John Bryce March 7, 1815 in the town of Camden Natural Causes
Angus McQueen January 17, 1816 at home of Kelly McDermit Accident alcohol
Alfred Sowell December 1, 1816 Accident gun
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
James Hall September 25, 1818 in town of Camden Natural Causes
Daniel Gallis January 31, 1819 at house of Daniel Gillis Accident tree fall
Milly Roler November 2, 1819 Natural Causes
Sam Sinclair slave March 24, 1820 at John Chesnut plantation near Chesnut's Ferry on Wateree River Homicide beating
slave slave July 23, 1820 Homicide gun
Nicholas Lowery December 28, 1820 on the Ridge Road near John Lowrey's Accident horse
Scott September 14, 1821 near the mill pond of Duncan McRae, Esquire Accident alcohol
Sylvia slave May 21, 1822 at John Brown plantation Homicide large switch
John McLeod August 23, 1822 at house of Widow McLeod in the fork of Lynches Creek Accident burning
Rachel Evans August 25, 1822 at house of Elias Parish Accident lightning
Bob slave February 18, 1823 near Captain James W. Lang's Mills Accident exposure
Bethel Ogelsby August 21, 1823 cotton fields belonging to John Doby Esq. Accident alcohol
Goodall September 15, 1823 at the boatyard near Camden on the Wateree Suicide drowning
Captain slave January 24, 1824 at plantation of Captain John Boykin Homicide knife
slave slave March 12, 1824 on the river bank at the plantation of Edward Brevard Accident drowning
Somerset slave March 24, 1824 Accident horse
Tom slave July 10, 1824 at the plantation of Mr. Wm. W. Lang Homicide gun
Edward slave August 3, 1824 on the main Charleston Road five miles below Camden Homicide dragging
slave slave August 15, 1824 near the head of the Bell Brach within half a mile of the stage road unknown unknown
Robert Anderson January 31, 1825 at the camp near the Wateree Canal Accident gun
John Adamson August 23, 1825 Homicide gun
Patt slave October 10, 1825 at the residence of Mrs. Mary Mathis in Camden Suicide hanging
Redding Summerville January 9, 1826 unknown
John Cotton March 15, 1826 at the river bank in Mr. Jno. Nelson's field Accident drowning
Unknown May 1, 1826 in a ditch unknown unknown

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