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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

St. Charles Parish Inquest Records Book #1--March 1877-December 1886

Page 110--Inquest on 12 Jun 1885 on the body of an unknown white man lying dead at Boutte Station at a place known as Michle Lockey Store. The jurors verdict is that he came to his death by a gunshot wound by Michele Laque. Jurors were Chas E. Petre, A. Johnson, Jim Barler, A.D. Johnson, Romeo fils, and Clement Colly, coroner.

Page 111-- Inquest held on 14 April 1885 on the body of Celestine Hampton lying dead in the rear of Davis Place about 1 1/2 miles from the river. The jurors verdict is that he came to his death by the natural visitation of God and not otherwise, there being no marks of violence on the deceased Celestin Hampleton and no guilt attaches to any person. Jurors were John Robertson, Claborn Stanly, Simon Sullivan, Chas Haize, James Smith and Clement Colly, coroner.

Page 112--Inquest held on 13 June 1885 on the body of Morgan Carter (at the Denoult Place), a convict in the camp of Captain Hayden. The jurors verdict is that he became sunstruck, there being no marks of violence on his person and no guilt attaches to anyone. Jurors were Chestester Davis, J. M. Dorsey, Joseph Williams, Usnin Paque, Andrew Carter and Clement Colly, Coroner.