Union County, SC

County Name: 
Union
State: 
South Carolina

Union County, SC Inquests

Displaying 1 - 50 of 212
Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location Death Type Death Methodsort descending
Sally slave December 15, 1850 at Gerrymiah Gregorys Accident
Clara slave February 18, 1861 at Thos Bayds[?] Natural Causes
Hannah negro woman April 15, 1860 at Smith Cooks Natural Causes
Abner Nelson December 31, 1849 at the House of abner nelson Natural Causes
Abraham Ison July 17, 1855 at Abraham Ison's House
Priscilla Clark March 28, 1837 at the house of Jesse Clark Natural Causes
James infant October 31, 1855 on Col Tho. Dawkins[?] Plantation in his field unknown
John Savage January 27, 1852 at John Savages Natural Causes
Cole white infant November 18, 1827 near the house of William Cole Infanticide
Thomas Henry at the Dweling Hous of Samuel
Franklin Turner son December 26, 1850 at John Turners Accident
Peter slave February 16, 1865 at the Corman Gaal[?] unknown
Emaline slave April 4, 1862 at R. G. H. Faws[?] Natural Causes
David Wilson
Negro child Negro child September 29, 1835 at Robt Beety[?] Natural Causes
Patrick Keenan June 18, 1869 at Union Court House Natural Causes
infant slave infant slave September 28, 1853 at the house of James R. Jeter Accident
negro woman negro woman March 26, 1840 at John Garrotts Homicide
infant child infant child August 9, 1837 on the plantation of Mr. Austin Wilson Natural Causes
Sharp infant male child June 5, 1861 at Wm Bovels[?] Natural Causes
Amos Lee July 10, 1852 at Amos Lee's Natural Causes
Fany female slave June 11, 1855 at Mrs Jane Clowneys Accident
William Fisher September 12, 1855 at the home of Sarah Vanderford Natural Causes
Jane Wisher September 30, 1848 at the residence of Mrs. Jane Wisher Natural Causes
Unknown June 25, 1823 at the Dwelling house of Saml J. Hocy[?]
white infant child, boy white infant child, boy March 24, 1858 at John Thomas Boat Landing Homicide
negro child negro child November 1, 1837 at Union C.H. Natural Causes
Joseph Prince April 13, 1842 Natural Causes
Benjamin Bishop November 26, 1840 taken one mile and a half south of the [?] on the main road leading to Jones' ford on Enoree[?] river Natural Causes
James Lee April 7, 1834 at Amos Lee's Natural Causes
George Negro Slave April 19, 1830 at the house of Reps Edwards Natural Causes
Unknown March 3, 1818 near the dweling house of Richard Dumpkins unknown
Levy negro man slave January 9, 1849 at Austin Wilson's Natural Causes
Elizabeth Mitchel October 12, 1845 at the dwelling house of David Mitchel Natural Causes
Charles negro man May 2, 1847 at J Greens
Matt negro man February 9, 1832 on the plantation of Doct. Jas Macham Natural Causes
Gregory infant child January 28, 1861 at the House of Starkes Gregory farmer
negro child negro child September 23, 1848 at the plantation of Davis Foudalock Natural Causes
Gilderoy Chandler January 27, 1837 at the House of John [?]
Samuel Mitchell April 10, 1837 on the plantation of Robert Glen Natural Causes
John Gregory September 3, 1862 at John Gregory Natural Causes
negro child a slave negro child a slave January 27, 1835 on the plantation of T Hooker Natural Causes
Zechariah Tottey December 4, 1806 at the Mill River
Christopher Norral January 5, 1815 at the Dweling house of John Norals Natural Causes
Jim slave October 4, 1858 at Giles Sharps Natural Causes
Limbrick negro child a slave July 22, 1856 at Wm. R. A. Thomas's Natural Causes
negro child negro child July 13, 1835 at the house or on the plantation of Charles Humphries Natural Causes
infant Child infant Child August 22, 1842 at or near Mrs Marium Kershaw plantation Infanticide
Aaron old negro man slave February 23, 1858 in J[?] M Gadbury's[?] plantation Natural Causes
John Crosley January 11, 1838 at of John W Sartor[?]

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