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Old 08-07-2006, 07:45 AM
 
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
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I am trying to find information regarding a relative who was purported to have been murdered by being placed on railroad tracks in 1884 in Chilhowee, MO. His name was Jacob Hunter McLin, b. 04 Aug. 1844 in Broylesville, Washington Co., TN. Does anyone know if there are newspaper archives or written history of Chilhowee or Johnson County that might shed some light on this incident?
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Old 11-24-2009, 07:20 PM
 
Location: rural Missouri
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I am trying to find information regarding a relative who was purported to have been murdered by being placed on railroad tracks in 1884 in Chilhowee, MO. His name was Jacob Hunter McLin, b. 04 Aug. 1844 in Broylesville, Washington Co., TN. Does anyone know if there are newspaper archives or written history of Chilhowee or Johnson County that might shed some light on this incident?
Jacob Hunter McLin:
I could not find him in the Mo. death records, but I did find genealogy records of him.
"Note: Photo of Jacob in Alexandria pdf file page 17, private, McKenzie's 5th Tennessee Cavalry." Had you seen that on Rootsweb.com?
Arundel@centurytel.net
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Old 11-25-2009, 08:43 PM
 
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Check this web page for a list of newspapers that operated in Johnson County, Missouri during that period. They may be available on microfilm.

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