|Owner First Name||–|
|Cause of Death||was trying or attempting to cross a cut or a small prong that makes out of Back Creek and not being able to get over it or got in to some hole out of his depth and so was drowned|
|Cause of Death (Additional)||drowning|
|Additional Slave Names||–|
|Additional Free Black Names||–|
|Source||Accomack County Coroners' Inquisitions, 1806-1873|
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