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Name Murdered In Date
Dillard, JamesSullivan, IndianaNovember 20, 1902
Henderson, ThomasRockport, IndianaDecember 16, 1900
Jenning, JanesLocality Unknown, IndianaMay 22, 1891
Ladd, EliBlountsville, IndianaFebruary 8, 1890
Smith, AbrahamMarion, IndianaAugust 7, 1930
Scott, GeorgeBrazil, IndianaDecember 3, 1880
Shipp, ThomasMarion, IndianaAugust 7, 1930
Smith, HenryLocality Unknown, IndianaNovemver 18, 1890
Tompkins, GeorgeIndianapolis, IndianaMarch 16, 1922
Ward, GeorgeTerre Haute, IndianaFebruary 26, 1901

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