Spartanburg County, SC

County Name: 
Spartanburg
State: 
South Carolina

Spartanburg County, SC Inquests

Displaying 301 - 322 of 322
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Type Death Methodsort descending
Rolen Hutcheson January 3, 1803 at the dwelling house of William Davis Homicide shovel
Dick slave May 25, 1845 at the plantation of Margaret Montgomery's near Sedar [sic] Shoal Creek Suicide small rope
John Inlow October 1, 1852 at Hill's Factory Homicide stick
Richard C. Springs October 22, 1877 on the S&U R.R. near Spartanburg C.H. Accident train
M. E. Mason June 16, 1880 at Cowpens Accident train
Thomas Richards July 31, 1888 at the Air Line Railroad Bridge on Broad River Accident train
William Rose July 11, 1877 at Welford in Spartanburg Accident train
Kinley Green February 2, 1878 at Gaffney City Accident train
Lewis Littlejohn May 12, 1881 Accident train
Thomas Bryant August 16, 1887 at Rich Hill Accident train
William Rogers March 16, 1889 at Clifton Accident train
Hosea Jackson free person of color July 10, 1863 upon the Rail Road of the Spartanburg & Union Accident train
Charles Moore November 29, 1889 at Charles Moor Accident train
Adolphus Littlejohn May 31, 1888 at Gaffney City Accident train
J. M. Higgins March 16, 1889 at Clifton Accident train
William Abbott September 26, 1880 on the A&C Air Line R.R. Accident train
James Turner June 27, 1889 at or near Gaffney City Accident train
Augustus Barton December 9, 1884 Accident train
George F. Farmer December 3, 1886 at Thicketty Station Accident train
Bartholomew Darby October 11, 1867 near Emanuel Allen's on the road between Willis Layton's & said Allen's Accident wagon
Obediah Martin July 21, 1853 in the road near Hugh Caldwell's Accident wagon
Edom slave November 7, 1832 Homicide whip

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