The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 4
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Printed page #16. 22 April 1890
NONE-Infant child prematurely born, colored.
.....deceased was maturely (sic) born and dead when delivered. Body was found in stable
loft in rear of Dr. Allen's former residence on Market Street.
Printed page #17. 9 May 1890
JAMES ADKINS-About five feet and 10 inches high, light complexion, sandy hair,
about 35 years of age.
.....came to his death from being knocked off the T. P. RR. bridge over Trinity River and
drowning in said river.
Printed page #18. 2 June 1890
JOSEPHINE DECKER-white, about 22 years old,light complexion.
.....came to her death from an overdose of morphine.
Printed page #19. 17 May 1890
JOHN SCOTT-about 6 feet high, 35 years old, fair complexion
....died a natural death which resulted from disease. Information given by S. A. Rhodes,
jailor at the Dallas County Jail.
Printed page #20. 21 May 1890
TOM GREEN-colored man about 30 years old, 5 feet and 10 inches high.
......came to his death from gunshot wound inflicted on his right side below the navel
by H. C. Lamar. Lamar in Dallas County Jail; 19 May 1890. Bail bond 21 May 1890
for $500. Names of sureties on bond: E. F. Gates, R. P. Sanders, J. Herrin and J. C.
Printed page #21. 15 July 1890
ED COIEMAN-colored, about 25 years old, weight supposed to be 75(sic) pounds.
.......came to his death from being run over by the cars on the Missouri Pacific Ry. cars
near the Dallas Cotton & Woolen Mills.
Printed page #22. 11 August 1890
WILLIAM HENRY- white, 22 years old, fair complexion, about 5 feet and 10 inches
high. ......came to his death from accidental drowning in the Trinity River.
Printed page #23. 17 August 1890
MOLLIE BARNEHI.T L-white, fair complexion, about 25 or 35 years old, female.
....came to her death from taking an overdose of morphine.
Printed page #24. 18 August 1890
ELLA McVAY-medium size, dark complexion, 16 years old, female.
...came to her death from an overdose of morphine.
Printed page #25. 5 September 1890
T. L. FLEMMING-white, about 40 years old, hair inclined to be gray, about five feet
and 10 inches high, about 150 pounds.
.......that the deceased had several wounds inflicted on his left side and thigh with a
sharp instrument, and in finding a note written stating that he intended to kill himself;
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