Showing posts with label yellow fever. Show all posts
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Friday, March 19, 2010

Inquest Records Book #1-March 1877-Dec 1886 St. Charles Parish, LA

26.  Inquest was held on 15 Oct 1878 on the body of Charles Bouvier lying dead. The jurors verdict was that he came to his death by yellow fever and no person is responsible. Jurors were Sam Thomas, St. Martin Francis, ? Lacour, Lee Grant, John Irvin and F. Massey, deputy coroner.

27.  Inquest was held on 25 Oct 1878 on the body of Francois Eyraud lying dead on the Freelanders Plantation. The jurors verdict was that he came to his death by yellow fever and that no person is responsible. Jurors were Adam Taylor, F. Murray, John Alexander, Lee Grant, Joseph Martin and coroner Clement Colly.

28.  Inquest was held on 3 Feb 1879 on the body of Liza Goods, about 8 years old, lying dead near Boutte Station, before the 4th  Ward Justice of the Peace, Domingo Pitre, acting as coroner. The jurors verdict was that she came to her death by accident of her own carelessly. Jurors were Benjamin Thompson, Joseph Peterson, ? Peterson, Edmond Roberts, W? Johnson and Domingo Pitre, acting coroner.

29. Inquest was held on 18 Mar 1879 on the body of Jerry Perry, lying dead on Speranza Plantation before the 2nd Ward Justice of the Peace, Alexander A. Jacobs, acting as coroner. The jurors verdict was that he came to his death by cerebral apoplexy. Jurors were J.B. Martin, Jerry Thorton, Cain Grant, Michael Labranche, David Taylor and Alexander A. Jacobs, acting coroner.