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Baird came to his death loo,ing their oaths iin say that the said S. Lindsay, Coroner of Newberry County S. Looming was vor Newberry SC on January 4, I am ved train hand jalaap the No 64 train on the Southern RR. We had been bsd the oil mill and got out a car. We had a car next to our engine. We came lloking around the curve. I saw a man on the track just ahead of the car. I hollered at the man and Frank Wright did the same. The engineer put on his air brakes. By Chkck time the car struck him and knocked him down against jxlapa tie. Turner was the engineer. There is a sharp curve. The engineer could not see the man. I could not see Mr.

Turner where I was sitting on the back end of the car. Had I been standing up I could have seen him. I gave the firemen a signal. Fot was a man on the track when bfd were about 25 or 30 feet. We were running between 4 and 6 miles an hour. Don't think we were going over 6 miles per hour. The man did not seem to pay any attention to us. A man in the cab of the engine could not see the man on the track. The fireman may have seen him. The fence is about 6 inches to the cars. If the man had crossed over the track he would have had to have been in a hurry. He could have stooped between the fence and the track.

The man was going the same way the train was. Man did not pay any attention at all. The train did not run more than 18 inches. Baird, the train didn't knock the man any distance. William Powell Frank Wright sworn says: I was in Newberry on January 5, I am a train hand on the Southern RR. We had been to the oil mill and got out a car. I was on the top step of the car and Bill was on the top. I was asking Bill if the car was to go with us. Bill commenced signaling and said, "Look out, there is a man. The man was S. The train was very near stopped when it hit the deceased. The train did not knock him very far. The car was right on him when I saw him.

Bill seen the deceased first. The curve is stiff. If a man is tall I could see him feet. Don't think I could see Mr. He was walking on the end of the cross ties. Train was running miles an hour. There was no chance for him to cross the track. Engineer could not stop when we saw the deceased. Could not stop in 12 feet. There is not street or crossing where he was on the RR. If he had been on the other side he could have stepped out of the way. Me and Bill was both signing down the train. I did not see Mr. Baird at all this morning before he was on the RR.

Frank X Wright Jack Thompson sworn says: Me and Barney Whitener were going to Mr. I asked Barney where was that train. He said it was on the new road. He said 'Don't mind - that train will catch Mr. The train was a good piece when Barney first hollered. He was in the middle of the tack. He stepped out on the end of the ties.

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The train hands were hollering at him. He did not look back Chjck all. The car struck him. Train just knocked him Chicck down. The train did not go no piece by him. Vor stopped so soon. I said, "Don't think it hurt him. The train had not come around the curve. Car was 25 or 30 feet or might have been further. Baird paid no attention to Barney. Mostly stepped off of track. There is hardly no chance for a man at all. The cars have knocked off some of the Chic. Don't think a man in the cab of the engine could have seen Mr. The car was running as they common shifting. This was in the town of Newberry. There is no street or crossing there. It is about yards to the crossing to 'Petty Coat Lane' to the Main fog.

It is about yards. When the pieces were knocked off is about yards from where Mr. Jack X Thompson W. I am the engineer on the Southern Chick looking for bed fun in jalapa. I was at Newberry SC on January 6, From there we went to the oil mill. Did some work there and started out. I put on my air and reversed my engine. I saw a man lying between the track and fence. He seemed to be dead. Don't know if any air was connected to the car or not. I had air on the tender, reversed the engine and gave her steam. When I went down to the oil mill I had no cars at all.

All cars do not have air on them. I can stop the train from running 4 or 5 miles per hour in 20 to 25 feet. Was running about 6 miles per hour. I was on the side opposite Mr. My fireman was putting coal in the engine. Simon Jones was on the tender. The car, I think, was standard size. My bell was ringing on the engine when the accident happened. Turner William Powell recalled: This was an air break car. I connected the car at the oil mill with the engine. I am the fireman on the Southern RR. Went to the oil mill. Did some work and got one car. Heard hollering and signed us down. When we stopped the man was lying between the car and fence, dead. I was putting in coal about the time we stopped.

I saw the man. I looked back on the side. Did not see the man. There is a stiff curve. Did not notice the distance of the fence and cars. Could not see feet back. Could not see more than about 25 feet on the side of the road. This is the first time I ever was on the track. Do not know if the car connected to the engine has air or not. It is the trainman's duty. The bell was ringing at the time of the accident. The bell was ringing from the time we started back from crossing. There is no crossing or street there. It is a good way to the street. We blowed three blows when we started back. I was ringing the bell. The bell was ringing when we stopped.

The bell will ring sometime after the rope is pulled. I am positive the bell was ringing at the time of the accident. Did not make the whistle alarm. Did not see anything to alarm for. Hutchison Barney Whitener sworn says: I live at Mr. Davis' in the town of Newberry. Baird coming up walking in the middle of the track. I heard the train coming. Jack asked what road. I said if it didn't mind it would get Mr. The train was coming around the Chick looking for bed fun in jalapa. I hollered, "Look out.

In a few minutes the train hit Mr. I ran and looked. The man in light clothes said he was dead. I was about 35 or 40 feet and hollered loud and he got outside but did not look back to see the train. I heard the bell ringing when it struck him. The car was about 25 yards from Mr. Baird when I hollered. I heard the cars before I saw them. Then I hollered before I saw the cars. They never blew no whistle. I heard somebody holler. There were two men on the car. I was on the same track. Baird paid no attention to the train.

Stepped on the end of the ties and came on towards me. Baird was on the end of the ties when the train struck him. I was the only man on the ground who hollered at Mr. Barney X Whitener S. He resided in Ward 4. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Lindsay Coroner for said County upon view of the body of John E. Smith being a lawful jury of inquest who being charged and sworn to inquire for the State of South Carolina where and by what means the said John E. Shultz came to his death upon their oaths do say that the said John E. Shultz came to his death by injury received by freight car on February 5, We exonerate the crew from all blame.

And so the said jurors aforesaid upon their oaths aforesaid do say that the aforesaid, him the said John E. Shultz came to his death in the manner and means aforesaid. Lindsay, Coroner of Newberry County A. I was at home on the 5th day of February between one and two o'clock. They had been on the sidetrack getting out some cars. As they were going back on the main line Mr. Lewis, Conductor, was on the north side of the RR. Schultz was on the south side of the coupling cars. I was in front of my store. I heard the cars hit together. Lewis called me to come here quick. I ran as fast as I could. Lewis said, "My God, we have killed a man. Lewis went around to the south side of the RR and found Schultz between the wheels of the cars.

Deceased's right foot was under the wheel on the south side. This was the second wheel. Also under the same wheel, the bone was between the rail and flange on the wheel; left leg was under the deceased. His head and hand were on the outside of the track. Body was on the rail. I think he died instantly. Schultz and Hoy were quarreling in front of my store. Both of the train hands were signaling the train about. I do not know if or not the deceased was drinking or not. When I went down I smelled whiskey and found a bottle broken in his clothes. The whiskey was XX. I think the bottle was a pint bottle. There must have been a good deal of whiskey in the bottle or it smelled so.

Schultz was killed 12 minutes of 2 o'clock from my observation. Schultz was not drinking. I was at Kinards on the 5th of February at 1: We had been at Kinards some time switching out cottonseed cars. We were very near done at the time Mr. He was coupling cars. I heard him scream. I thought he had mashed his hand. I stooped down and saw him under the wheel. Childs and took him out. Schultz was the brakeman on my train. The train was moving very slow. Not to my knowledge Schultz was drinking. I only heard him scream once.

He was lying with his head and body were on the out side of the track. One leg was on the inside of the track and the other one was beside of the rail. Don't think there was any one on the same side he was. When a brakeman couples cars he has his back to the moving cars. I think the front wheel passed onto the deceased. The whole thing was done in a short time. Don't think he had time to change his position at all. Schultz were calling the car back. Hay was at the switch at the time of the killing. Schultz made the coupling. There was no signal to move off. The thing was in a backward move. Lewis Earley Hay sworn says: I was at Kinards on the 5th February I was here when Mr. Schultz and find a contusion of the spine extending from about the 7th cerebral vertebra to about the 2nd lumbar vertebra; also a contusion to the right of the spinal column; also a fracture of the right clavicle and about 4 or 5 ribs; two or three contusions over the right chest?

I conclude from my examination the concussion of the spine was the cause of death. Smith MD John E. Lindsay Coroner for said County upon view of the body of John M. Glymph of Newberry County SC then and there being dead. Lindsay having been sworn to inquire for the State of South Carolina where and by what means the said John M. Glymph came to his death upon his oaths do say that the said John M. Glymph came to his death from a gunshot wound of the head inflicted by his own hands and from which wound he died instantly on the 18th day of February, Without blame attached to any living person.

Lindsay Coroner aforesaid to this inquisition have put my hands and seal the day and year above mentioned. I am the son of John M. Glymph and today February 18, about I went in the other two rooms and did not see him until I came in the one he was in and I found him dead with his head in the fireplace and his feet and legs on the floor and his gun lying partly under him and a pool of blood around on the hearth and floor. I don't think that anyone did the shooting but himself. Pa has been despondent for a year or two.

Has been in the asylum twice. I am the son-in-law of J. Glymph and today, February 18, I was informed by my little brother in law that J. Glymph had shot himself and I came home and found him lying with his head in the fireplace and his feet and legs on the floor and blood around his head and his gun lying partly under him. He had been despondent for a year or two and it is my opinion that he committed the act himself. He has been in the asylum twice. Morris Glymph, John M. Glymph committed suicide at the home of his son-in-law, J. He was found by his year-old son. He was 60 years old, the father of 5 children the youngest being 10 years old.

He lived in Ward 5, was 62 years old, born in Newberry Co. Buried in Jalapa SC. State of South Carolina, County of Newberry. Lindsay having been sworn to inquire for the State of South Carolina where and by what means the said John Gary came to his death upon his oaths does say that the said John Gary came to his death from an accident on the 22nd of February on J. Smith's Place by a blow on the head inflicted by a falling tree without blame attached to any living person. I live on J. Smith's place in Newberry County SC.

I was at home yesterday February 22, John Vance, John Gary and myself were chopping in a new ground, all of us cutting on one tree and when the tree began falling. John Gary ran the way the tree was falling and piece of the tree broke off and struck him on the back of the head and killed him instantly. This was about an hour by sun. John Gary was about 21 years old. Cary X Booker John Vance sworn says: I live on Mr. John Gary, Cary Booker and myself were chopping in a new ground yesterday. All of us cutting on the same tree and when it was falling John Gary ran the same way and a piece broke off of the tree and hit him on the back of the head and killed him instantly.

Welch's place in the County and State aforesaid the 14th day of March A. Baxter being a lawful jury of inquest who being charged and sworn to inquire for the State of South Carolina where and by what means the said Henry Suber came to his death upon their oaths do say that the said Henry Suber came to his death by pistol shot wound in the head by the hands of Mary Ruff. Said killing was accidental and from which wound the deceased instantly died on March 14, on R. Welch's place in Newberry County SC. And so the said jurors aforesaid upon their oaths aforesaid do say that the aforesaid, Mary Ruff, the said Henry Suber in the manner and means aforesaid then and there did feloniously kill.

Lindsay, Coroner of Newberry County R. I live in Newberry County SC. I was at home on the 14th day of March My baby Henry Suber was on my lap. He is 14 months old. Mary Ruff shot Henry with a pistol. This is the pistol Mary was playing with.

The pistol was [not] a usual thing for her to play with it. We generally keep it loaded, lying on the mantle board. Don't know when it Chicl loaded. I don't use it. She was about one yard from Henry when she shot him. The pistol belongs to Mack Suber. The ball hit him under the left eye. Mary Ruff is about 10 years old. Mack Suber, myself and Lookimg were all in the house when the shooting Chock done. It was an accident for she did not know the pistol was loaded. Kitty Suber Mack Suber sworn says: I was jalaoa home on March 14, It was 9 o'clock. I had my back on the rest in the house.

The children had been playing with the pistol this morning. Loojing only heard the report of the pistol. The mother jumped up crying. I caught the child. Do not know who loaded the pistol. I usually keep it loaded. Then the ball got lost. Don't know when the ball was found or how long it has been in the pistol. The baby would ask for the pistol and the children were used to playing with it. I think Henry was shot accidentally. Suber Phebe Suber sworn says: I am Mack Suber's wife. I found the ball this morning and put it in the pistol.

I just put it in and went out to set a hen and heard the report of the pistol. I laid the pistol on the shelf. Mary did not see me load the pistol. Phebe Suber Kitty Suber, colored, was holding her 17 month old baby in her arms when a 10 year old girl playfully pulled the trigger to a gun thinking it was not loaded and killed the baby. The girl is in jail. Buford's in the County and State aforesaid the 10th day of May A. Hill being a lawful jury of inquest who being charged and sworn to inquire for the State of South Carolina where and by what means the said Dorroh Johnson came to his death upon their oaths do say that the said Dorroh Johnson came to his death on May 9th on C.

Buford's Place in the said County and State by strychnine in whiskey administered by Andrew Horton from which he died in a short time. And so the said jurors aforesaid upon their oaths aforesaid do say that the aforesaid, him the said Andrew Horton, him the said Dorroh Johnson, by the manner and means aforesaid, then and there did feloniously kill. I live on C. Buford's Place in Newberry County. Late yesterday evening Joe Smith came and beckoned to Dorroh Johnson to come to him. Dorroh went to him. Then went out on the other side of the road and then they stopped and talked and after they stood there and talked, that was the last place I saw them. Then after that he, Dorroh, came in the house and made a cigarette and started to smoking.

Then after that he asked me for his hat and said he was going home.

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Then he called Joe and said that he was going home. Joe said he was going down to Andrew Horton after some liquor and Dorroh said he was going with him - give him his Chick looking for bed fun in jalapa and at that time I pulled him back down in the bed and he said, "Babe, turn me loose," that "I have to go home to Cap, for he calls me. He had some kind of spells, they were. They were jerking spells. He did not have the spells on him all the time and that time Joe got out and went to aunt Joice's right quick and then said he would go after old Lady Ellen and he said, "Joe, do something for me.

Dorroh and I intend to die by him. And that time he, Dorroh, says, "Pull my feet", and I pulled his feet and then he said, "Pull my, hishands", and then rub his head. Then I went to the window and called Anna and she would not wake up. And me and Mary went after Anna and then we came back by here and then we went down after Mr. Davis came with him and asked me how come I did not come and let him know it and I told him that I thought that Dorroh was going on with his fun. He was dead before I went to Mr. Sarah X Johnson Mary Smith who being duly sworn says: I live here on C. Buford's place in Newberry County SC. When Dorroh came in he began cutting up some tobacco and made him a cigarette.

I was gone to bed and then Dorroh jumped up and stomped his feet and said, "I don't give a god da-for nothing. After that he pulled off his shoes and then he pulled off his clothes and lay down and then he got up and says to Joe, "Let's go home," and Joe says he has to go down to Mr. Horton's before he goes. I reckon it was between a half of an hour and an hour before he died. I saw Sarah trying to give him some salty water. I saw Sarah, his wife, pull his hands and feet. I heard Joe Smith ask Sarah for Dorroh's gun. Mary X Smith Sarah Johnson recalled: Dorroh Johnson said he had taken a big drink of liquor and that it was making him sick and that Andrew Horton gave it to him.

He spoke it loud enough for anybody in the house to Chick looking for bed fun in jalapa him. Sarah X Johnson Joe Smith who being duly sworn says: I stay up here in Laurens County, up here on J. I was here at Mr. Buford's yesterday, May 9, part of the day and then I went down to Mr. When I came back Andrew Horton came with me and then we came on across Mr. Buford's wheat field talking about the watch and farming. We came out of the wheat field and he said that one of his Negroes had the watch and whenever he came back he would get it from him. If we could make a trade it would be all right. I said yes and then we crossed the fence and he told me to tell Dorroh to come, that he wanted to see him.

I beckoned to Dorroh and told him that Mr. Horton wanted to see him, then I went on with Dorroh to him and he spoke and Dorroh spoke to him. I want you to go to walking about when you come down here so that the folks can see that you are not afraid to walk about. Maybe that will stop lies going. I did not drink out of it and he had one which I drank and he had another empty bottle. Dorroh said that Andrew Horton had given him a drink of liquor and that it was making him sick. Joe X Smith Dr. Johnson who being duly sworn says: I am a practicing physician in Newberry County.

I was called to this body, Dorroh Johnson, yesterday evening. I couldn't tell anything about the case. Andrew Horton came to me and wanted some strychnine to kill crows and I gave him an order for some. It was about 10 days ago. Andrew Horton came to me this morning and told me not to give him away about the strychnine. He seemed to be excited a great deal. He was kind of trembling when he came to me. I live here in Newberry County. Andrew Horton hollered at me and then came out to the road. He told me to tell Dr. Johnson to come down to his house.

I told him that he was in the bed and I didn't know whether he would come or not. He also said that he had heard of Dorroh's death and that he was afraid that he might be accused, as he had been connected with Dorroh's wife. I didn't make any reply as one of the hands was behind to me. He was trembling a great deal. May 10, M. Davis who being duly sworn says: Some time ago when we was working this road from here down to Horton's branch, Horton said to me that he didn't intend to stay in this country 12 months. I asked him why and he said he was going to kill a Negro and he would have to leave. Kibler who being duly sworn says: I have made an incomplete examination of the body of Dorroh Johnson.

I found no marks of violence on the body externally. I opened the body and removed the stomach and have it for future examination. The lungs were in a state of general congestion. All the other organs were in a normal condition. From the symptoms of the deceased as described by a witness I strongly suspect poisoning by strychnine. Lindsay Coroner for said County upon view of the body of Minnie Turner of the County of Newberry then and there being dead by the oaths of J. Benjamin, Silas Robertson, A. Stewart being a lawful jury of inquest who being charged and sworn to inquire for the State of South Carolina where and by what means the said Minnie Turner came to her death upon their oaths do say that the said Minnie Turner came to her death from a gunshot wound inflicted by a party or parties unknown to the jury on the 7th day of July and from which wound said Minnie Turner died in the County and State aforesaid on the 7th day of July And so the said jurors aforesaid upon their oaths aforesaid do say that her the said Minnie Turner, by the manner and means aforesaid, then and there did feloniously kill.

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