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Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 6
Murder of Rev. John H. Miller. --Rev. John H. Miller, Colonel of a regiment of Mississippi State troops, was murdered near Pontotoc, in that State, a few weeks ago while on his way to preach a Sabbath sermon at Ripley, Miss. The Southern Presbyterian says: He received intelligence that the place was occupied by a regiment of renegade Tennessee Union men, under the notorious Col. Hurst, and knowing that he had rendered himself peculiarly obnoxious to them by his zeal and services in the Southern cause, resolved to return Accordingly, after dining hastily with one of the elders of the church, Judge Rogan, who lived in the country, he left with a view of evading them. But he unfortunately encountered two of them with two prisoners, about two miles south of Ripley, and, being alone, and perhaps too near to escapes when he observed them, he was surrounded, overpowered, knocked off his horse, shot through the head and shot again through the body! His family physician after e
Ripley (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 6
i State troops, was murdered near Pontotoc, in that State, a few weeks ago while on his way to preach a Sabbath sermon at Ripley, Miss. The Southern Presbyterian says: He received intelligence that the place was occupied by a regiment of reneg with a view of evading them. But he unfortunately encountered two of them with two prisoners, about two miles south of Ripley, and, being alone, and perhaps too near to escapes when he observed them, he was surrounded, overpowered, knocked off hish, and a pair of gold spectacles, and his hat (which was a new and fice one) was warn by his murderer into the village of Ripley. They stole the very sermon he had intended to preach that day, and only gave it up to a lady on condition of her furnis the corpse aside to a place of safety, where it lay until it was sent for from the villages. The murderers proceeded to Ripley and reported that they had killed a "Secesh Colonel," and to justify themselves added that he had resisted when they arre
Murder of Rev. John H. Miller. --Rev. John H. Miller, Colonel of a regiment of Mississippi State troops, was murdered near Pontotoc, in that State, a few weeks ago while on his way to preach a Sabbath sermon at Ripley, Miss. The Southern Presbyterian says: He received intelligence that the place was occupied by a regiment of renegade Tennessee Union men, under the notorious Col. Hurst, and knowing that he had rendered himself peculiarly obnoxious to them by his zeal and services in the Southern cause, resolved to return Accordingly, after dining hastily with one of the elders of the church, Judge Rogan, who lived in the country, he left with a view of evading them. But he unfortunately encountered two of them with two prisoners, about two miles south of Ripley, and, being alone, and perhaps too near to escapes when he observed them, he was surrounded, overpowered, knocked off his horse, shot through the head and shot again through the body! His family physician after ex
John H. Miller (search for this): article 6
Murder of Rev. John H. Miller. --Rev. John H. Miller, Colonel of a regiment of Mississippi State troops, was murdered near Pontotoc, in that State, a few weeks ago while on his way to preach a Sabbath sermon at Ripley, Miss. The Southern Presbyterian says: He received intelligence that the place was occupied by a regiment of renegade Tennessee Union men, under the notorious Col. Hurst, and knowing that he had rendered himself peculiarly obnoxious to them by his zeal and services inRev. John H. Miller, Colonel of a regiment of Mississippi State troops, was murdered near Pontotoc, in that State, a few weeks ago while on his way to preach a Sabbath sermon at Ripley, Miss. The Southern Presbyterian says: He received intelligence that the place was occupied by a regiment of renegade Tennessee Union men, under the notorious Col. Hurst, and knowing that he had rendered himself peculiarly obnoxious to them by his zeal and services in the Southern cause, resolved to return Accordingly, after dining hastily with one of the elders of the church, Judge Rogan, who lived in the country, he left with a view of evading them. But he unfortunately encountered two of them with two prisoners, about two miles south of Ripley, and, being alone, and perhaps too near to escapes when he observed them, he was surrounded, overpowered, knocked off his horse, shot through the head and shot again through the body! His family physician after
rdered near Pontotoc, in that State, a few weeks ago while on his way to preach a Sabbath sermon at Ripley, Miss. The Southern Presbyterian says: He received intelligence that the place was occupied by a regiment of renegade Tennessee Union men, under the notorious Col. Hurst, and knowing that he had rendered himself peculiarly obnoxious to them by his zeal and services in the Southern cause, resolved to return Accordingly, after dining hastily with one of the elders of the church, Judge Rogan, who lived in the country, he left with a view of evading them. But he unfortunately encountered two of them with two prisoners, about two miles south of Ripley, and, being alone, and perhaps too near to escapes when he observed them, he was surrounded, overpowered, knocked off his horse, shot through the head and shot again through the body! His family physician after examining the body on its arrival at his late home, pronounced the opinion that either wound would have proved fatal,