The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 6
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Printed page #35. 3 December 1890
ALEN LEIGH-white man about 25 years old, five feet and 8 inches high.
....came to his death from an overdose of morphine. Death reported by Mrs. Williams,
proprietor of St. James Hotel.
Printed page #36. 1 January 1891
LANOLA EDWARDS-colored female about 35 years old, copper complexion.
......came to her death from hemorrhage of the lungs.
Printed page #37. 1 January 1891
GEORGIA FINE-colored woman about 35 years old, copper complexion.
...came to her death from disease of the heart. Information given by a woman named
Printed page #38. 20 January 1891
ROBERT PORTER-colored man about 20 years old. 140 pounds in weight.
...came to his death from the effects of a gun shot wound accidently inflicted on his side.
Printed page #39. 31 January 1891
CHARLES MAYER-white man, 30 or 35 years old, about 5 feet 10 inches high.
....that the deceased in a fit of delirium kindled from fever, escaped from his friends
who were watching him and wandered into the Trinity River and was there drowned
by accident or intention. Ed Smith, undertakers.
Printed page #40. 17 March 1891
DELIA CLOSE-white woman about 30 years old.
....came to her death from gunshot wound in her head inflicted by one George Martin.
Information from Scott Hall.
Printed page #41. 18 February 1891
E. T. YOUNG-white man about 35 years old, light complexion and about 5 feet and 10
......at Shook and Boykins Drug Store.....decedent came to his death from gunshot
wounds inflicted upon the back of his head and on the left side of his breast by a man
Printed page #42. 18 February 1891
THOMAS SWAN-white man about 40 years old, 5 feet and 8 inches high, weight 150
.....came to his death from the result of wounds received on his head and heart. G. B.
Moody gave information.
Printed page #43. 5 March 1891
UNKNOWN-infant female white child.
...that the deceased was born before its proper time and that it was an intentional
abortion to conceal the depravity of the mother.
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