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Killed January 21st, 1915, near Arlington, Georgia, in Early County. Morris was arrested, then taken from the sheriff en route to jail and killed nearby. No investigation was made into who was responsible, nor was the sheriff disciplined for losing his prisoner.
The Bellingham Herald, January 22nd, 1915
The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 22nd, 1915
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, January 22nd, 1915
The Jackson Citizen Patriot, January 22nd, 2015
The Augusta Chronicle, January 23rd, 1915
The Columbus Enquirer-Sun, January 23rd, 1915
The Idaho Daily Statesman, January 23rd, 1915
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