Killing on Pass Creek; money disappears

 


101 years ago

Dec. 5, 1912

Killing on Pass Creek

Mrs. Hawkins, a colored woman in the employ of James Dickinson on Pass Creek, shot and instantly killed a colored man by the name of Jackson, also employed by Dickinson. She claims that Jackson came in the house drunk and wanted her to run off with him, she refused. They had a quarrel and he left the house in a rage, telling her he would kill her if she came out. Later when she had occasion to go out she took a rifle and when she stepped out of door, Jackson was setting on a log with a revolver in his hand which he tried to aim at her, but sh...



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