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Arranged chronologically under each letter. Click on any name to view news clippings and other sources related to the incident.

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A

Adams, Mitchell (December 28th, 1889)
B

Barber, Eula, Ella, Jesse & Dan (January 14th, 1915)

Bell, Arthur (June 4th, 1915)

Bell, Peter (December 28th, 1889)

Brooks, Allen (March 3rd, 1910)

Burns, Tom (November 3rd, 1914)

Byrd, William (November 10th, 1918)
C

Clark, Thomas (September 28th, 1902)

Clarke, Major and Andrew (December 20th, 1918)

D

Davis, Howie/Joe (October 25th, 1914)

Dickerson, Ben (January 27th, 1914)

Durden, Elijah (December 2nd, 1914)

E

Evans, John (November 12th, 1914)
F

Frank, Leo (August 17th, 1915)

Furz, Hugh (December 28th, 1889)

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G
H

Haley, Ron (June 15th, 1915)

Hamilton, Earl / Ed  (May 12th, 1914)

Hartley, Dock (January 5th, 1915)

Hatch, Jesse (May 3rd, 1915)

Henderson, Beard (December 11th, 1914)

Hill, Caleb Jr. (May 31st, 1949)

Hill, Horace / Alexander (February 15th, 1915)

House, Maggie & Alma (December 20th, 1918)
I
J

Johnson, Harrison (December 28th, 1889)

Johnson, Ripley (December 28th, 1889)

Johnson, Ed (March 19th, 1906)

Jones, Judge (December 28th, 1889)
K
L

Lee, Dave  (January 3rd, 1914)

Lewis, Henry (December 20th, 1900)

Lewis, Tobie (December 12th, 1914)

Lewis, Watkins (December 12th, 1914)

M

McGuire, Johnson (February 16th, 1914)

Miles, Will (June 1st, 1896)

Miller, William (August 4th, 1908)

Morral, Ralph (December 28th, 1889)

N

Nelson, Laura and L.D. (May 25th, 1911)
O
P

Persons, Ell (May 22nd, 1917)

Phoenix, Robert (December 28th, 1889)
Q
R

Richards, John (February 16th, 1915)

Robertson, Will (June 5th, 1914)
S

Scott, Marie (March 31st, 1914)

Shields, Dallas (March 17th, 1914)

Slayton, Jesse (June 1st, 1896)

Smith, Ed & Smith, Will (January 2nd, 1915)

Stephens, Samuel (June 14th, 1915)
T
U

Unidentified near Bonifay, FL (July 30th, 1910)

Unidentified near Inverness, MS (March 24th, 1914)
V
W

Washington, Charles (December 11th, 1914)

Washington, Jesse (May 15th, 1916)

Washington, Sylvester (May 8th, 1914)

Whiteside, George (November 12th, 1918)

Williams, Charles (December 22nd, 1914)

Williams, Crockett (August 1st, 1914)

Wilson, Jim (January 28th, 1914)

Y

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