The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 5
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it is the opinion of said justice [Braswell] that deceased came to his death by wounds
inflicted on his person by himself.
Printed page #26. 18 September 1890
R. T. McDONALD-white, about 25 years old, five feet and 10 inches high, weight 140
pounds, fair complexion.
......came to his death by being run over by the cars on the Dallas and Greenville
Railway Company near Hall Street.
Printed page #27. 24 September 1890
B. C. COX-about 35 years, white male, dark complexion, weight 150 pounds.
.....that deceased came to his death from wounds inflicted by himself on his own person
with intent to produce death.
Printed page #28. 20 October 1890
UNKNOWN- mulatto female, infant child, 12 (sic) day October... body of a mulatto
female, unknown infant child, then and there lying dead. It is the opinion of the said
justice [Braswell].. that the said child was not born twenty-four hours before the inquest
was held and that it came to its death from some unknown and unnatural means.
Printed page #29. 26 October 1890
WILLIAM FINLEY-white, 21 years old, weight 160 pounds, 6 feet 3 inches high, light
hair and gray eyes.
......came to his death from typhoid fever. Jailor of the Dallas county Jail gave
Printed page #30. 24 October 1890
WALTER SIMS-colored, 21 years old, weight 172, 5 feet 9 inches high.
28 (sic) October 1890. came to his death from typhoid fever. Jailor of Dallas County Jail
Printed page #31. 28 October 1890
JOHN ALEXANDER-white, 42 years old, five feet 8 inches high, weight 150 pounds.
...came to his death from having been run over by the cars on the Santa Fe Railway.
Printed page #32. 1 December 1890????????
MINNIE PINCHO-colored female about 20 years old, medium size.
....came to her death from use of intoxicants and morphine. Dr. Keating gave
Printed page #33. 10 November 1890
ROMANTICO AMATO (MAZZA)-white man about 4_ (?) years old, five feet 8 inches
high, weight 150 pounds.
....came to his death from heart disease or some unknown cause.
Printed page # 34. 27 November 1890
J. R. HEATON-white man 35 years old, sallow complexion and about five feet 10
....came to his death from being run over by the cars running on the Oak Cliff railroad.
DGS Journal 1995
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