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
John Wyatt May 25, 1834 at House of Harry Gant[?] Homicide
Daniel Coleman November 21, 1837 at the house of Mrs Citha Rowles Suicide
John Savage January 27, 1852 at John Savages Natural Causes
Zechariah Tottey December 4, 1806 at the Mill River Accident
Joseph Negroe man April 29, 1828 at the old Quaker meeting hous Accident
Fany female slave June 11, 1855 at Mrs Jane Clowneys Accident
Samuel M. McJunkin Capt June 1, 1815 Homicide
Miles Hart Unknown
William Fisher September 12, 1855 at the home of Sarah Vanderford Natural Causes
Henry Gibson November 4, 1834 at Abner Benson dweling Accident
Loverberry B. Musgrove October 9, 1866 at the residence of Ms. James, Widow, near the Court House Natural Causes
Friday slave October 6, 1830 at the house of Robt Martin Accident
Mary Cole March 4, 1828 at the premises of D A Mitthers[?] Suicide
infant slave infant slave September 28, 1853 at the house of James R. Jeter Accident
Dick slave March 19, 1837 at the house of Edward Gregory Natural Causes
Unknown March 3, 1818 near the dweling house of Richard Dumpkins Unknown
William Bently March 21, 1851 at Wm Bently's Accident
Thomas Hill May 26, 1825 at Thos Hill's Suicide
J. M. Scott free man of Coller June 12, 1861 at Tho Bishops hous Suicide
James Harmon March 4, 1841 near[?] Nichara[?] Gordon's Natural Causes
Betsy femail slave July 3, 1862 at William Eller's house Accident
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
Ryefield boy October 24, 1846 near the Island Ford on Broad River Accident
Peter Male Slave December 22, 1851 at John Gibbes Unknown
Starkes Whitlock February 16, 1853 at J P Poters Accident
Mordicae Bloice May 14, 1818 at the flat [?] of Edylis[?] Accident
George Negro Slave April 19, 1830 at the house of Reps Edwards Natural Causes
infant Child infant Child August 22, 1842 at or near Mrs Marium Kershaw plantation Homicide
Elizabeth Greer lunatic February 7, 1845 at the dwelling House of Mrs. Mary Greer Suicide
Betsey Smith January 19, 1807 at the Dweling hous of Miles[?] [?] Accident
Samuel Culbertson July 1, 1838 at the house of Samuel Colbertson Accident
Henry Coil man supposed to be Henry Coil December 25, 1824 at the premises of [??] Suicide
Alcy negro child July 22, 1851 at B. J. Gregory's Accident
Enoch McLean August 27, 1840 at Wm C. Brown's Accident
negro Child negro Child August 27, 1849 at James C. Mingo Accident
Henry male infant slave November 23, 1860 at Berry Shells House Accident
James McCannon May 1, 1821 at Joseph Hughes Accident
Henry Woolbright October 26, 1843 at Wm. C. Brown's near Howell's Ferry Homicide
Josephine A. Brookes Thrift infant child March 28, 1860 at Delila Jenkinses Accident
James Lee April 7, 1834 at Amos Lee's Natural Causes
Peter slave February 16, 1865 at the Corman Gaal[?] Unknown
Chaney female slave June 15, 1841 at Mrs. Catherin Bateses Accident
Elizabeth Mitchel October 12, 1845 at the dwelling house of David Mitchel Natural Causes
John Crosley January 11, 1838 at of John W Sartor[?] Natural Causes
George Darby April 20, 1823 at Lores-ford on broad River Accident
Griffin Infant Childe December 26, 1860 at Andy [?] Accident
William Vaugh August 28, 1842 at the dweling house of Patrick Williams Accident
William Bradley December 29, 1841 at Elizabeth Eubank's Accident
James Baldwin infant June 8, 1825 at William Dilliard's plantation Accident
Sarah Hardy free girl of color October 4, 1865 at William Page's Homicide

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