Spartanburg County, SC

County Name: 
Spartanburg
State: 
South Carolina

Spartanburg County, SC Inquests

Displaying 51 - 100 of 322
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Type Death Methodsort ascending
William Brice July 11, 1830 at the house of Jesse Wakefield Accident lightning
Nancy Smith February 10, 1847 at the resident of Elijah Smith Accident lightning
Landrum Hopper August 17, 1882 at Truman S. Webber's Accident lightning
T. Clark Singleton August 27, 1841 at Spartanburgh Court House Accident laudanum
Coleman slave September 30, 1849 at the house of A.M. Smith Homicide large stick
Adam slave December 29, 1828 at the house of Jesse Crook Homicide large stick
William Byers December 30, 1837 at William Z. Ford's blacksmith's shop Homicide large knife
Hezekiah Robbins November 5, 1865 at the house of Hezekiah Robbins Homicide knife
Thomas Smith January 16, 1838 at George Born's[?] Homicide knife
John H. Kelley December 21, 1882 on the [?] Road near the city of Spartanburg Homicide knife
Edward Simpson January 9, 1836 at William Simpson's Accident horse
James Gregory August 28, 1880 at Geo. W. Turner's Accident horse
William Boken April 17, 1841 at Flint Mill Accident horse
Jeremiah Morgan January 12, 1881 at or near the residence of Accident horse
Caleb Woodruff February 5, 1831 at Bethel Meeting House Accident horse
William Lindsey January 10, 1840 at Isaac Lindsey's Accident horse
Wilson Harris February 12, 1876 at Gaffney City Accident horse
Allen slave September 19, 1843 at Samson Bobo's Homicide hickory clubs
Bill slave May 14, 1848 at John H. Wofford's Suicide hickory bark
Judy Cook August 9, 1861 at or near the residence of Mary Ann Cook Suicide hank of yarn
Nancy Hawkins March 13, 1864 near the residence of Wm. Hawking Suicide hank of cotton thread
Patsy Cleary December 30, 1857 at the house of Lewis [?] Suicide hank of cotton
Sarah Shacleford September 3, 1849 at the house of Richard Shacleford Suicide handkerchief
Sarah Ray May 3, 1850 at William P. Ray's Suicide case knife
Carna Blackwood June 23, 1879 at the residence of William Blackwood Suicide bridle
Henry Heavener March 5, 1853 at Thomas Lynch's Homicide axe
Holman Smith May 28, 1855 at the late residence of Holman Smith Homicide ax
Nancy Loyns June 25, 1889 at Elias Ballingers Natural Causes
twin infants September 15, 1889 at Rosa Foster's Natural Causes
infant September 30, 1884 at the residence of W. A. Reed Natural Causes
Joshua Clark January 26, 1885 on a rode leading from B. B. Martin's to John Champions Natural Causes
Woodward King July 16, 1820 at Capt. Boles[?] Hamilton's Accident
infant August 23, 1888 at Spartanburg Homicide
Leander Pack August 14, 1883 at the residence of Elias Atkins Accident
Tip Jackson November 29, 1885 near New Prospect Accident
William Foster December 20, 1845 at Bishop's old field Accident
Moses free person of color December 8, 1850 at the house of Robert McCurley[?] Unknown
infant November 13, 1857 at Asail Littlefield's Unknown
Chanya slave December 31, 1849 at A.G.W. Gordon's Natural Causes
Lodrick Dobson February 18, 1836 at the dwelling house of John Sarratt Accident
Henry Standard October 28, 1835 at the dwelling house of Robert Martin Other
infant February 13, 1844 at Lovey Kirby's Unknown
Peter C. Oclan January 7, 1850 at C. Burch's Natural Causes
James Boiter May 20, 1887 near Wakefield Bridge Natural Causes
James L. Cathcart February 18, 1889 at Wm. Cathcart's Accident
Elizabeth Rudisail July 14, 1872 at the late residence of John N. Rudisail Suicide
colored colored May 9, 1872 at Ja's Turner's Accident
William H. Lancaster September 19, 1883 at the residence of Jas. Giddes Natural Causes
Benjamin Farmer April 9, 1804 at the dwelling house of Benjamin Farmer Homicide
Lewis Jackson July 23, 1889 at Squire Jackson's Accident

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