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The Following list of surnames are mentioned in the  27 page narrative "Native Sons Gone Wrong" which is about the murder of Arthur  Brown on May 4, 1892 in Bryan, Ohio. 

A
Amsbaugh, Applegate, Aungst
B
Bailey, Baxter, Beavers, Bennett, Bottrall, Boyers, Boynton, Brannan, Brown, Bruner, Burchell, Bushnell
C
Carter, Chappius, Chessman, Clawson, Cocke, Crawford, Crum
D
Davis, Dawson, Diehl, Digin, Dillman, Dixon, Doggett, Dormois, Driscoll, Dugan, Dunn, Durham
E
Eager, Eaton, Elkins, Evans, Everett
F
Fisher, Flowers, Floyd, Furr
G
Garrett, Garver, Gilson, Gleason
H
Harrington, Heidley, Henin, Henke, Hoagland, Hodson, Holden, Howe, Hudson
I
(none)
J
Jones
K
Kaiser, Kauke, Keedor, Keiser, Kemp, Kenninger, Kent, Klein, Klopfenstein
L
Landaman, Lenient, Lindersmith
M
Mankin, Masters, McCafferty, McColhum, McCollough, McCord, McCoy, McDonald, Metzgar, Miller, Milligan, Moundy, Moiser, Murphy, Muskett, Myers
N
Nelson, Norris
O
(none)
P
Parker, Partee, Pemberton, Perkins, Pettinger, Plummer, Price, Pryke
Q
(none)
R
Ralston, Ramsey, Rawson, Rinkle
S
Schamp, Scott, Shirley, Silver, Snook, Starner, Stinebaugh, Strock, Stroufe, Swanson
T
Taylor, Thorne, Tressler, Tugwell, Tyler
U
(none)
V
VanWormer, Viets
W
Walker, Wells, Whistler, Willett, Wilson, Winegardner, Wright, Wyatt
X
(none)
Y
Young
Z
Zeller, Zuver

 

 

 

 



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