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Adamsville, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 11
Terrible tragedy. --We have been informed of the outlines of a terrible tragedy which occurred in Sumter county, near Adamsville, on the 13th inst. A man by the name of Andrews, who was until recently a Methodist preacher, killed, on that day, two persons, Messrs. McLellan, and G. M. Condry, and wounded two others, Lang and Clyatt. He was immediately arrested, and hung on the following day.--Fernandina Floridian, 20th.
Sumter (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 11
Terrible tragedy. --We have been informed of the outlines of a terrible tragedy which occurred in Sumter county, near Adamsville, on the 13th inst. A man by the name of Andrews, who was until recently a Methodist preacher, killed, on that day, two persons, Messrs. McLellan, and G. M. Condry, and wounded two others, Lang and Clyatt. He was immediately arrested, and hung on the following day.--Fernandina Floridian, 20th.
Terrible tragedy. --We have been informed of the outlines of a terrible tragedy which occurred in Sumter county, near Adamsville, on the 13th inst. A man by the name of Andrews, who was until recently a Methodist preacher, killed, on that day, two persons, Messrs. McLellan, and G. M. Condry, and wounded two others, Lang and Clyatt. He was immediately arrested, and hung on the following day.--Fernandina Floridian, 20th.
Terrible tragedy. --We have been informed of the outlines of a terrible tragedy which occurred in Sumter county, near Adamsville, on the 13th inst. A man by the name of Andrews, who was until recently a Methodist preacher, killed, on that day, two persons, Messrs. McLellan, and G. M. Condry, and wounded two others, Lang and Clyatt. He was immediately arrested, and hung on the following day.--Fernandina Floridian, 20th.
Terrible tragedy. --We have been informed of the outlines of a terrible tragedy which occurred in Sumter county, near Adamsville, on the 13th inst. A man by the name of Andrews, who was until recently a Methodist preacher, killed, on that day, two persons, Messrs. McLellan, and G. M. Condry, and wounded two others, Lang and Clyatt. He was immediately arrested, and hung on the following day.--Fernandina Floridian, 20th.
G. M. Condry (search for this): article 11
Terrible tragedy. --We have been informed of the outlines of a terrible tragedy which occurred in Sumter county, near Adamsville, on the 13th inst. A man by the name of Andrews, who was until recently a Methodist preacher, killed, on that day, two persons, Messrs. McLellan, and G. M. Condry, and wounded two others, Lang and Clyatt. He was immediately arrested, and hung on the following day.--Fernandina Floridian, 20th.
Terrible tragedy. --We have been informed of the outlines of a terrible tragedy which occurred in Sumter county, near Adamsville, on the 13th inst. A man by the name of Andrews, who was until recently a Methodist preacher, killed, on that day, two persons, Messrs. McLellan, and G. M. Condry, and wounded two others, Lang and Clyatt. He was immediately arrested, and hung on the following day.--Fernandina Floridian, 20th.