Laurens County, SC

County Name: 
Laurens
State: 
South Carolina

Laurens County, SC Inquests

Displaying 51 - 100 of 350
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Typesort ascending Death Method
Unknown Infant Unknown Infant October 17, 1873 at Abraham Cooks Homicide
Ephram Neetles February 1, 1890 at the residence of Ephram Neetles Homicide
Seabrook Leak March 24, 1870 at Tumbling Shoals Homicide pistol
Infant enslaved by W.B. Henderson Infant enslaved by W.B. Henderson January 14, 1865 at W.B. Hendersons Homicide
Ineed Madden Daughter of Perry & Della Madden July 12, 1897 at Buford Burns plantation Homicide
Unknown Infant Unknown Infant April 8, 1873 at Martins Depot Homicide
Jarrett February 9, 1809 at the House of James Loughridge Homicide hoe
Agness Fowler January 26, 1897 at J.Y. Petts Homicide
Infant of Nann Williams Infant of Nann Williams February 4, 1889 at Nelly Sanders Homicide
Clem Davis August 31, 1894 Near Barksdale station of the Greenville and Laurens RR Homicide
John Kellett July 24, 1876 at the residence of John Kellet Homicide
Infant child of Susanah Finny Infant child of Susanah Finny June 8, 1821 at the House of Mary Holland Homicide
Willis Lodd July 25, 1877 at Loutens [?] cross roads Homicide
Robert Davis July 17, 1897 at Garlington Homicide
Sam Dehays October 23, 1870 at Thernus quarter Homicide
Unknown Infant, supposed to be of Amanda Simpson Unknown Infant, supposed to be of Amanda Simpson December 1, 1846 at James Brewsters Homicide
Will Simpson July 30, 1894 at Ella Nelson's residence Homicide
Infant Child Infant Child July 27, 1809 at the house of John Brysons Homicide
Perry Rook May 28, 1894 in Clinton, Laurens Co Homicide
Elias Earl January 22, 1867 at Boyds Mills Homicide
Unknown Infant at William L. Powers Unknown Infant at William L. Powers March 10, 1867 at the late residence of Wm L. Powers Decsd. Homicide
Arch September 4, 1864 at SR Todds plantation Homicide
J. M. Clark July 19, 1897 at J.M. Clark's residence Homicide
Bob January 16, 1847 at Francis Thomasson's Homicide stick
Jno Fuller October 6, 1890 on the plantation of Melmoth Hooker Homicide
Elizabeth South June 23, 1839 at the dwelling House of William South Homicide
Lankin Suber February 22, 1884 at the Vance Place Homicide knife
unknown Negro unknown Negro October 24, 1865 at the plantation of Saml. Todd Homicide
Haman Miller October 30, 1824 at Blacks Store Homicide
John Wilson July 26, 1817 at Laurens Court House Homicide stake
Charles Williams July 5, 1885 Homicide
Robert Templeton May 5, 1837 at Benj Puckett's old place Homicide
Jeff Evins March 24, 1895 at the residence of Jeff Evans Homicide
Wade Burnside December 7, 1893 at Wade Burnside's residence Homicide
Hon. Joseph Crews September 14, 1875 at Laurens C.H. Homicide
Squire October 24, 1865 at the plantation of Saml. Todd Homicide
William Roster June 9, 1891 on the plantation of Go Y Young Homicide rock
William Leak October 11, 1812 at Brant Leaks Homicide knife
William Owens May 28, 1859 at Wm Owens Homicide stick
George Sullivan June 26, 1893 at Prospect church Homicide
Maria Stephens April 9, 1833 at Robt. F Stephens Homicide
John James April 13, 1892 at the Traynham place Homicide
Littleberry Sullivan July 28, 1808 Homicide
Thornton Nance August 7, 1891 at Milton Homicide
Isaac Salter June 7, 1872 at the old Colemans Quarter Homicide pistol
Male Child Male Child January 30, 1809 at David Cowens Homicide
Infant male child of G.Y. Jennings Infant male child of G.Y. Jennings April 10, 1893 behind Elihu Bullock's stables Homicide
John Nickle October 30, 1853 at the House of David Owens Homicide whip
John South September 30, 1818 at Allen Clarks Homicide stone
Meredith Griffin February 15, 1889 at F D Hunters Homicide

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