Kershaw County, SC

County Name: 
Kershaw
State: 
South Carolina

Kershaw County, SC Inquests

Displaying 151 - 200 of 233
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Typesort descending Death Method
Thomas C. Reaves May 25, 1899 Natural Causes
Henry Clarkson May 10, 1871 at Antiark Church Natural Causes
Isaac slave March 4, 1841 at Col. Wm. J. Taylor's plantation Natural Causes
James Hall September 25, 1818 in town of Camden Natural Causes
Amanda Hogan May 11, 1898 at the late residence of Miss Amanda Hogan Natural Causes
John Bryce March 7, 1815 in the town of Camden Natural Causes
John McDonald April 15, 1839 at Daniel McDonalds Natural Causes
colored colored June 12, 1856 at a house on Rutledge Street in the town of Camden and occupied by one John Strickling Natural Causes
Willy Hall February 19, 1845 at Black River in the stage road Natural Causes
Milly Roler November 2, 1819 Natural Causes
John McDaniel May 31, 1839 at McCaskill's graveyard Natural Causes
James Goodson September 28, 1807 Natural Causes
John Pettigrew January 17, 1843 at the Irish buying ground Homicide knife
infant March 29, 1842 at Tabitha Laird's Homicide
March slave February 24, 1845 at Chesnut's Ferry Homicide
infant November 28, 1829 in Camden on the lot on which Mr. Thomas Welsh[?] resided Homicide
John Adamson August 23, 1825 Homicide
Elizabeth Bowing May 30, 1831 at the residence of Mrs. Ann Bowing Homicide
W. F. Hunter June 1, 1853 at the residence of William Clyburn Homicide knife
Sarah Langley October 27, 1803 Homicide
John Pitts June 11, 1842 at Elias Ford's Homicide shotgun
infant July 16, 1868 in the town of Camden, Camden, S.C. Homicide
Sam Sinclair slave March 24, 1820 at John Chesnut plantation near Chesnut's Ferry on Wateree River Homicide
Eisex Brown February 12, 1869 at John Canty's plantation Homicide stick
R. J. Lester March 19, 1851 at Camden Homicide pistol
infant July 28, 1836 at the palntation of Mr. Richard Shotford[?] Homicide
Elizabeth Mathers April 18, 1851 at Mathers' house Homicide knife
William I. Graham September 13, 1854 at the Camden Hotel kep by William M. Watson in the Town of Camden Homicide bowie knife
Ambrose slave September 25, 1828 at the house of [?] Duke Homicide
infant April 14, 1869 at Capt. J.D. Jakell's plantation Homicide
slave slave July 23, 1820 Homicide
Summer slave November 7, 1864 at the plantation of Burwell Boykin Homicide
Mack Kirkland colored man October 31, 1868 at Camden, Camden, S.C. Homicide pistol
Wesley Murrell colored January 6, 1869 at Col. W. J. Reynolds plantation Homicide spade
Tamar Clark November 9, 1871 at Henry L. Hunter's resident at Liberty Hill Homicide shotgun
Christopher Campbell April 16, 1835 Homicide
Thomas Clark September 14, 1811 at plantation on Little Lynches Creek Homicide stick
Eleck slave May 30, 1850 at the quarter of A.D. Jones Esq. Homicide shotgun
Paul Williams August 23, 1869 Homicide brick
Jane Young February 11, 1853 at the late residence of Mrs. Jane D. Young Homicide
Thomas Waters April 7, 1866 on the plantation of Daniel McCaskill on Lynches Creek Homicide
Jake slave July 24, 1852 at the plantation of Mrs. Amelia Haile near the bridge crossing the Wateree River Homicide brick
John Peagles November 30, 1846 at Camden Homicide pistol
Timothy Spann April 24, 1812 two miles below Camden Homicide
Edward slave August 3, 1824 on the main Charleston Road five miles below Camden Homicide
William slave November 10, 1856 near Prospect Church near the line of Richland and on the waters of Wayland's Creek Homicide
John Roe September 11, 1868 at William Elliott's Homicide
Captain slave January 24, 1824 at plantation of Captain John Boykin Homicide knife
Tom slave July 10, 1824 at the plantation of Mr. Wm. W. Lang Homicide shotgun
George slave July 19, 1855 near Pine Tree Creek Homicide

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