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Smoky Mountains (Idaho, United States) (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
Atlanta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
Madisonville (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
Cooke (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
James Evans (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
W. Garner (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
Thomas Christian (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
William Jack (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
James Hurley (search for this): article 3
Bushwhackers. --The Knoxville (Atlanta) Register learns that the bushwhackers in East Tennessee have been brutally murdered — James Hurley and son, Thomas Christian, W. Garner, John Leatherwood, and Col. Wm. Jack, of Cooke county, and Jas. Evans, of Jefferson county. The notorious bushwhacker, Hart Duncan, who has been for some time the leader of a band of deserters and renegades in Smoky Mountains, recently went to Madisonville, in Monroe county, and robbed the defenceless men and women of jewelry, watches, etc.
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