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Charlotte (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 18
Sentenced to be hung. --Owen Norment, who shot and killed Charles Tittermany, of Philadelphia, at Charlotte, N. C. in July, 1859, and who surrendered himself a few days since, after long wandering, was tried last week, and sentenced to be hung on the 15th of February. The jury signed a petition to the Governor for his pardon. Robert T. Wilson, convicted of murder at Greensboro', N. C. has been sentenced to be hung on the 30th inst.
Greensboro (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 18
Sentenced to be hung. --Owen Norment, who shot and killed Charles Tittermany, of Philadelphia, at Charlotte, N. C. in July, 1859, and who surrendered himself a few days since, after long wandering, was tried last week, and sentenced to be hung on the 15th of February. The jury signed a petition to the Governor for his pardon. Robert T. Wilson, convicted of murder at Greensboro', N. C. has been sentenced to be hung on the 30th inst.
Robert T. Wilson (search for this): article 18
Sentenced to be hung. --Owen Norment, who shot and killed Charles Tittermany, of Philadelphia, at Charlotte, N. C. in July, 1859, and who surrendered himself a few days since, after long wandering, was tried last week, and sentenced to be hung on the 15th of February. The jury signed a petition to the Governor for his pardon. Robert T. Wilson, convicted of murder at Greensboro', N. C. has been sentenced to be hung on the 30th inst.
Owen Norment (search for this): article 18
Sentenced to be hung. --Owen Norment, who shot and killed Charles Tittermany, of Philadelphia, at Charlotte, N. C. in July, 1859, and who surrendered himself a few days since, after long wandering, was tried last week, and sentenced to be hung on the 15th of February. The jury signed a petition to the Governor for his pardon. Robert T. Wilson, convicted of murder at Greensboro', N. C. has been sentenced to be hung on the 30th inst.
Charles Tittermany (search for this): article 18
Sentenced to be hung. --Owen Norment, who shot and killed Charles Tittermany, of Philadelphia, at Charlotte, N. C. in July, 1859, and who surrendered himself a few days since, after long wandering, was tried last week, and sentenced to be hung on the 15th of February. The jury signed a petition to the Governor for his pardon. Robert T. Wilson, convicted of murder at Greensboro', N. C. has been sentenced to be hung on the 30th inst.
February 15th (search for this): article 18
Sentenced to be hung. --Owen Norment, who shot and killed Charles Tittermany, of Philadelphia, at Charlotte, N. C. in July, 1859, and who surrendered himself a few days since, after long wandering, was tried last week, and sentenced to be hung on the 15th of February. The jury signed a petition to the Governor for his pardon. Robert T. Wilson, convicted of murder at Greensboro', N. C. has been sentenced to be hung on the 30th inst.
Sentenced to be hung. --Owen Norment, who shot and killed Charles Tittermany, of Philadelphia, at Charlotte, N. C. in July, 1859, and who surrendered himself a few days since, after long wandering, was tried last week, and sentenced to be hung on the 15th of February. The jury signed a petition to the Governor for his pardon. Robert T. Wilson, convicted of murder at Greensboro', N. C. has been sentenced to be hung on the 30th inst.
July, 1859 AD (search for this): article 18
Sentenced to be hung. --Owen Norment, who shot and killed Charles Tittermany, of Philadelphia, at Charlotte, N. C. in July, 1859, and who surrendered himself a few days since, after long wandering, was tried last week, and sentenced to be hung on the 15th of February. The jury signed a petition to the Governor for his pardon. Robert T. Wilson, convicted of murder at Greensboro', N. C. has been sentenced to be hung on the 30th inst.