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 Method
William Foster December 20, 1845 at Bishop's old field Accident alcohol
William Gaston April 30, 1837 at the house of James N. Gaston Accident tree
William Godfrey October 19, 1873 near Leaterwood's Mills Accident fall
William Gowan December 12, 1880 Homicide blunt instrument
William H. Lancaster September 19, 1883 at the residence of Jas. Giddes Natural Causes heart disease
William Hutchins December 9, 1840 at Equilla Burns's[?] Accident drowning
William Lindsey January 10, 1840 at Isaac Lindsey's Accident fall from horse
William Mauldin September 15, 1867 at Emoree Factory Homicide rock
William McAbee April 8, 1885 Accident fall
William Potter February 14, 1875 in Spartanburg County, Cherokee Township Accident drowning
William Rogers March 16, 1889 at Clifton Accident train
William Rose July 11, 1877 at Welford in Spartanburg Accident train
William Stone November 1, 1809 at James Arnold's Homicide pine stick
Willie Senteel August 9, 1885 at Clifton Accident drowning
Willie Sizemore August 7, 1882 Accident factory accident
Willie Thackston June 26, 1882 Accident thrown from mule
Willis slave October 5, 1847 at James Burnett's Homicide rock
Wilson Harris February 12, 1876 at Gaffney City Accident horse race
Wilson Sosbee June 19, 1845 near G.B. Bishop's Homicide shotgun
Woodward June 9, 1879 on the road leading from Dantzler's Bridge on South Tyger River via G. W. Duncan's and R. T. McElvath's to Reidville Homicide gun and knife
Woodward King July 16, 1820 at Capt. Boles[?] Hamilton's Accident gun
Wyatt Harris April 22, 1887 at Limestone Springs Accident hit by rock

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