Spartanburg County, SC

County Name: 
Spartanburg
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South Carolina

Spartanburg County, SC Inquests

Displaying 251 - 300 of 322
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Type Death Method
Rowland Cash March 11, 1853 at the residence of Ephraim Jackson Accident
Rufus Yarbrough March 17, 1872 at the residence of John Davis Esqr. Homicide pole axe
S. B. Layton March 11, 1885 at S. B. Layton's Store near S. S. Johnson's residence Suicide gun
S. F. White November 22, 1889 at or on General Bates Plantation Accident fire and epilepsy
Sallie McDowell August 12, 1882 Natural Causes stomach
Samuel Flagg February 18, 1833 near Wilson's old field Natural Causes
Samuel Kelso December 21, 1817 at the plantation of Sam'l Kelso Natural Causes apoplexy
Samuel Kilpatrick July 28, 1882 at Jackson Grove Church unknown swollen face
Sarah Ray May 3, 1850 at William P. Ray's Suicide knife
Sarah Shacleford September 3, 1849 at the house of Richard Shacleford Suicide hanging
Saul slave January 9, 1833 at Cowpen Furnace Accident fall
Sherman Bowden May 7, 1878 at Spartanburg Accident drowning
Sidney Rhinehart December 26, 1883 at Spartanburg, Spartanburg, S.C. Natural Causes
Silas McKinney July 8, 1871 at the Parrish Suicide hanging
Simon slave December 24, 1830 at the house of Mrs. Mary Moore Accident fire
Simon West March 25, 1857 near the house of dec'd Natural Causes
slave slave March 10, 1835 at the house of W.W. Dickies Accident fire
Spartin L. Gaddis August 30, 1876 near John O. [?] Accident tree fall
Sylvester Robins September 20, 1883 Accident fell out of bed
T. Clark Singleton August 27, 1841 at Spartanburgh Court House Accident overdose
T. G. Cooper June 5, 1886 at the late residence of T. G. Cooper Natural Causes heart disease
T. N. Owens April 1, 1887 near Reidville Suicide pistol
Thomas Bryant August 16, 1887 at Rich Hill Accident train
Thomas Davis March 30, 1884 at John Davis Accident drowning
Thomas Harrell January 19, 1838 near the Union line south of Tygar River Natural Causes
Thomas Linder November 2, 1842 at Spartanburgh Court House Homicide knife
Thomas P. Benson October 10, 1880 unknown suspected poisoning
Thomas Phearby September 1, 1882 on the Mill's Gap Road Homicide pistol
Thomas Richards July 31, 1888 at the Air Line Railroad Bridge on Broad River Accident train
Thomas Smith January 16, 1838 at George Born's[?] Homicide knife
Tip Jackson November 29, 1885 near New Prospect Accident fall
Toney Clawson February 16, 1873 at Spartanburg Accident drowning
twin infants September 15, 1889 at Rosa Foster's Natural Causes stillbirth
Viney Miller November 23, 1874 at the house of Daniel Swinney unknown
Violet Gray February 25, 1877 at the house of Violet Gray Accident fire
W. C. Benson October 25, 1889 at the police station in Spartanburg City Homicide thrown from train
Watson Jackson June 5, 1880 at Jackson Grove Church Homicide blunt instrument
Wesley McCombs July 11, 1858 at Martin M. Comb's Suicide gun
Will Smith December 9, 1882 at Reidville, Reidville, S.C. Accident gun
William Abbott September 26, 1880 on the A&C Air Line R.R. Accident train
William Abernathy July 12, 1855 Suicide hanging
William Belcher December 2, 1888 at or near Duncans Suicide poison
William Belott February 8, 1867 near the house of Wm. Hunter unknown
William Blanton January 14, 1884 at the house of Langdon Blanton Natural Causes heart disease
William Boken April 17, 1841 at Flint Mill Accident fall from horse
William Brice July 11, 1830 at the house of Jesse Wakefield Accident lightning
William Brotton October 1, 1820 at the house of Ely Vice Homicide gun
William Byers December 30, 1837 at William Z. Ford's blacksmith's shop Homicide knife
William Cockerham December 16, 1813 at the Widow Bea[?]'s Suicide gun
William Davis January 16, 1841 at or near the residence of Alex. McMakin Accident alcohol

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