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0289 Report of Persons Murdered in District of Brunswick Ga [[7 columned table]] | Name of Persons Murdered White | Name of Persons Murdered Colored | Name of Supposed Murderer White | Name of Supposed Murderer Colored | Date | County | Remarks | | --- | --- | --- | --- | --- | --- | --- | | Dr. R.H. Eaton | | | Robert Armstrong George Johnson Silas Pickley Joshua Pickley York Williams Henry Williams Moras Floyed | June 22nd 1866 | Camden | Five of those men was arrested, tried and found guilty, upon the evidence of Robert Armstrong who turned State evidence. Three was comdemn to be hang but escaped from jail. | | | George Nicklas | | | September 1865 | Glen | Found in the road, about two miles from Brunswick, with his head cut off. Surposed Murdered by two drunken men, Strangers | | | Smith | | | November | Glen | Missing. surposed to be murdered. | | | Mary Wright | N. Parker | | | June 24th 1866 | Camden | Put in jail with four others for killing a Mule, Taken out and hanged to a tree. Parker was arrested but escaped on his way to jail. The deceased was about 14 years old | | | Nancy Wright | Dr. Wm Wright | | May 5th 1866 | Camden | Was shot by Dr. Wright when he was drunk. A bill was found against the Dr. He made his escape before arrested. | Note.- The disposition made of the case will be reported in Column of Remarks. Geo. T. Crabtree Capt V.A.C. A.S.A, Com
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