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Partial Georgia Lynchings since 1859

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Partial Georgia Lynchings since 1859

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Partial Listing of African Americans Lynched in Georgia
Simon Adams, Columbus, June 9, 1900, for attempted rape
Bob Addison, Habersham County, May 17, 1892, for alleged murder
Daniel Ahren, Greensboro, April 6, 1894, for alleged rape
Albert Aikens, Lincolnton, May 24, 1909, for alleged assault
Joseph (James?) Allen, Moultrie, March 23-24, 1898, for alleged rape
Rich Allen, Watkinsville, June 29, 1905, alleged murder/theft
Thomas Allen, Monroe, June 30, 1911
Walter Allen, Rome, April 1, 1902, for alleged attempted rape
James Anderson, specific locality unknown, December 6, 1898
Simon Anderson, Wellston, July 31, 1909, for alleged vouyerism
Wiley Annett, Newton, June 24, 1903, for alleged murder
John Anthony, Lincolnton, November 16, 1889, for alleged attempted rape
John Bailey, Cobb County, March 18, 1900, for alleged attempted rape
Albert Baker, Waycross, June 27, 1908, for alleged rape
Jesse Barker, Monticello, January 15, 1915
Samuel Barker, Monticello, January 15, 1915
John Barley, Marietta, March 18, 1900
William Barnes, Montezuma, November 8, 1910
John Belin, specific locality unknown, February 1, 1898
Sim Bell, Johnson County, March 22, 1890, for alleged murder

Arthur Bennett, Clayton County, October 22, 1893, for alleged attempted murder. Note: Bennett tried to poison his employer after a dispute over compensation for his cotton crop.

John Bigley, Palmetto, March 16, 1899
Henry Bingham, Palmetto, March 16, 1899
George L. Bivins, Leesburg, February 11, 1899, for alleged rape
Samuel Bland, Eastman, December 20, 1915
Jeff Bolden, Jackson County, December 25, 1898, for alleged attempted murder
Harrison Boone, Sparta, September 26, 1896
Theo Booth, Wilkinson County, November 1, 1901, for alleged attempted rape
Ann Bostwick, specific locality unknown, June 25, 1912
Harry Bradley, Miller County, August 10, 1883, for Murder
George Brannan, specific locality unknown, January 27, 1897
Allen Brooks, Berryville, April 3, 1900, for alleged rape
John Brosin, Monticello, August 31, 1902
Henry Bingham, Campbell County, March 16, 1899, for alleged arson
Benjamin Brown, Tallapoosa, October 23, 1902, for alleged attempted rape
Edgar Brown, Campbell County, March 16, 1899, for alleged arson

John Brown, Jasper County, August 31, 1902, for scaring a white girl. Note: Brown had scared a young white girl when he offered to conjure for her. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 56)

Nathan Brown, Rochelle, September 20, 1914
Washington Brown, Athens, February 28, 1890
Thomas Brownlee, Butts County, May 2, 1895
Jerry Buchan, Pulaski County, March 5, 1908, for alleged murder
Daniel Buck, Bluffton, July 1, 1891, for alleged attempted rape
George Burden, Spalding County, September 11, 1898, for alleged attempted rape
Homer Burk, Cochran, March 21, 1912
Henry Burney, Laurens County, January 13, 1888, for theft
George Burton, Digbey, September 11, 1898
Murray Burton, Ellaville, April 8, 1911
James Callaway, Liberty Hill, October 24, 1900, for alleged rioting
John Calhoun, Barnesville, May 25, 1918
Austin Callaway, La Grange, September 8, 1940
Lewis Capt, Lumpkin, May 18, 1897
Floyd Carmichael, Lakewood, July 31, 1906, for allegedly scaring a white girl
William Carreker, Talbot County, June 22, 1909, for alleged murder
Bud Catlen, Palmetto, March 16, 1899

William Cato, Statesboro, August 16 or 19, 1904, for alleged attempted rape and murder. Note: Cato, along with Paul Reed, was charged with murdering a white family. At the conclusion of their trial, a mob stormed the courthouse, grabbed the men, took them out of town and burned them alive. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 202-203)

Samuel Chandler, Monroe, July 2, 1895
Andrew Chapwan, specific locality unknown, October 11, 1911
Eula Charles, Monticello, January 15, 1915
Ella Charles, Monticello, January 15, 1915
B. Clark, Sopertown, August 27, 1909
Benjamin Clark, Tarrytown, August 27, 1909, for alleged murder
David Clark, Odum, June 16, 1899, for alleged assault
Edward Clark, Worth County, June 26, 1888, for attempted rape
John William Clark, Cartersville, October 1, 1930
Edward Claus, Eastman, June 14, 1903, for alleged rape
Linton Clinton, Meigs, March 1, 1917
Aaron Coachman, Early County, July 11, 1884, for attempted rape
James Cobb, Cordele, May 23, 1918
George Coldhand, Colquitt County, January 9, 1895, for alleged murder

John Coleman, Wilkes County, December 1, 1888, over a disputed debt. Note: Coleman, along with Tom Smith, got caught in a power struggle between two white men over who owned the sharecroppers' cotton. One of the white men provided the men with guns to defend themselves from a white mob who had attempted to arrest them. Coleman and Smith were eventually captured, had rocks tied around their necks, and were then drowned in a river. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 57)

Thomas Coley, Goldsboro, January 9, 1908, for alleged attempted murder
Bob Collins, Athens, February 10, 1894, for enticing a servant
Robert Collins, Oglethorpe, February 15, 1894
Mary Connell, Leary, October 4, 1916
William Connell, Montgomery County, May 22, 1895, for alleged murder
William Cornaker, Talbotton, June 22, 1909
Bud Cosby, Fayetteville, February 7, 1918
Bud Cotton, Campbell County, March 16, 1899, for alleged arson
T. Z. Cotton, Columbus, August 13, 1912
John Crutchfield, Hamilton, January 22, 1912
Richard Cuff, Calhoun County, August 6, 1884, for an unknown offense
A. B. Culberson, Evans, February 4, 1915
John Cummings, Appling, May 15, 1904, for alleged rape
Robertson Curry, Hawkinsville, March 6, 1908
Enoch Daniel, Lee County, April 27, 1899
Mitchell Daniel, Leesburg, April 27, 1899
Henry Daniels, Cobb County, December 14, 1891, for alleged murder
Ed Dansy, Willacoochee, February 7, 1918
Henry Davis, Randolph County, August 9, 1885, for rape
Peter Davis, Ft. Gaines, August 29, 1911
Warren Dean, specific locality unknown, July 17, 1893
Claxton Dekle, Metter, December 15, 1917
Bill Dennis, Coffee County, May 18, 1893
Jim Dickson, Chattooga County, October 17, 1893, for alleged murder
Dobson, Brooks County, January 2, 1901, for alleged rape
George Dorsey and wife, Mae, Monroe, July 25, 1946
John Dukes, Arabi, July 9, 1938
John Duncan, Spring Place, October 1, 1889, for miscegenation

Frank Earle, Vidalia, July 25, 1901, for alleged theft. Note: Earle, a railroad cook, held up the railroad's payroll agent to get overdue wages that were owed him.

Lewis Edwards, Wayne County, October 14, 1888, for murder
Robert Edwards, Cummings, September 10, 1912
Claude Elder, Watkinsville, June 29, 1905, alleged murder/theft
Alex Etheridge, Hancock County, November 26, 1885, for alleged theft
Henry Etheridge, Jackson, April 26, 1912
Spencer Evans, Crawfordville, March 22, 1918
Robert Evarts, April 26, 1894, for alleged rape
William Fambro, Griffin, February 24, 1903
William Ferguson, Adel, December 13 or 19, 1893, for alleged informing
Gus Fish-Head, Safford, July 23, 1899
Peter Flambe, Cochran, July 21, 1915
Isaac Flowers, Wayne County, July 8, 1892, for allegedwild talk
William Fluid, Jesup, December 25-26, 1889, for alleged murder
George Foot, Leesburg, February 11, 1899, for alleged rape
Charles Forsythe, Jeffersonville, January 22, 1897, for alleged murder
Frank Fountain, Miller County, September 4, 1883, for attempted rape
Joseph Fowler, Blakely, March 2, 1909, for alleged assault
Will Frambo, Spalding County, February 23, 1903, for alleged indecency
Fayette Franklin, Mitchell County, June 28, 1894
George Franklin, Mitchell County, June 24, 1894, for alleged rape
Charles (Eli?) Frazier, Brooks County, December 23, 1894, for alleged murder
George Fritz, Brooks County, December 23, 1894, for alleged murder
Charles Fuller, Monroe County, September 7, 1906, for alleged attempted rape
George Fuller, Marion County, December 28, 1900
Armor (Amos?) Gibson, Forsyth, March 14, 1895, for alleged attempted rape
Charles Gibson, Mason, September 12, 1897, for alleged rape
Samuel Gibson, Troup County, July 18, 1884, for incest
Mitchell Gilbert, Dooly County, October 16, 1903
John Gilham, Macon, September 3, 1918
Jacob Glover, Monticello, December 6, 1898, for alleged murder
James Glover, Polk County, August 22, 1904, for alleged rape
Welcome Golden, Waycross, December 16, 1891
Augustus Goodman, Bainbridge, October 29, 1905, for alleged murder
John Goolsby, Twiggs, October 26, 1899, alleged assault
David Goosby, Atlanta, September 19, 1894, for alleged murder
Kennedy Gordon, Portal, April 15, 1901, for alleged attempted rape
Benjamin Gorman, specific locality unknown, June 1, 1903
Hardy Grady, Effingham County, May 14, 1884, for attempted rape
George Grant, Darien, September 8, 1930
Alonzo Green and his son, Wayside, October 21, 1915
Andrew Green, Lovett, August 23, 1897
King Green, Gum Branch, July 20, 1909
James Greer, Pike County, October 24, 1900, for alleged rioting
Ross Griffin, Oglethorpe County, July 9, 1887, for attempted rape
William Grouslsby, Elberton, April 29, 1901
James Guer, Liberty Hill, October 24, 1900
Sidney Gust, specific locality unknown, January 5, 1897
Charles Hale, Lawrenceville, April 7, 1911
Lee Hall, Johnson County, Februry 7, 1903, for alleged attempted murder
Robert Hall, Newton, January 30, 1943
Albert Hamilton, Cordele, January 30, 1912
Cap Hamilton, Johnson County, November 17, 1885, for arson
Balam Hancock, Gibson, November 25, 1895
William Hardee, Nicols, May 10 or 12, 1896, for alleged assault
Frank Hardeman, Willaston, October 19, 1900
Willis Harden, Troup County, May 11, 1884, for rape
Joseph Hardy, Talbotton, June 22, 1909, for alleged wild talk
James Harmon, Social Circle, July 11, 1890
Albert Harris, Monroe County, October 23, 1899
Charles Harris, Dearing, May 7, 1907, for alleged murder
George Harris, Dublin, June 18, 1895
Harvin Harris, Macon, February 12, 1916

Jim Harris, Echols County, February 26, 1908, for alleged assault. Note: Harris was lynched for leading a small group of black men who severely beat a white doctor who had shot a black man to death. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 74)

John Harris, Mitchell County, August 12, 1895, for alleged murder
Robert Harris, Watkinsville, June 29, 1905, alleged murder/theft
Sherman Harris, Randolph County, March 13, 1901, for alleged murder
William Harris, Colquitt County, August 12, 1895
John Harvard, Cochran, December 1, 1909, for alleged murder
Belle Hathaway, Hamilton, January 22, 1912
Will Head, Brooks & Lowndes Counties, may 17, 1918
Eugene Hemming, Hamilton, January 22, 1912
Anthony Henderson, Unadilla, January 9, 1897, for alleged murder
Ed Henderson, Worth County, September 14, 1899, for alleged attempted rape
Louis Henderson, Blakely, August 3, 1899, alleged attempted rape
John Henry, Hawkinsville, March 6, 1908
George Herbert, Cowen, July 2, 1907
Samuel Hevens, Toccoa, June 14, 1915
Caleb Hill, Jr., Irwinton, May 30, 1949
Lee Hill, Wrightsville, February 7, 1903
Thomas Hill, Spring Place, March 1, 1893
Jack Hillsman, Crawford County, July 24, 1900, for alleged attempted rape
Jordan Hines, Molena, June 27, 1900
Hamp Hollis, Sumter County, August 20, 1898, for alleged murder
Lucius Holt, Concord, December 2, 1893, for alleged murder
William Holt, Concord, December 2, 1893, for alleged murder
William Holt, Leesburg, February 11, 1899, for alleged rape
Will Hood, Merriwether County, May 17, 1887, for attempted rape
Jack Hopkins, Jasper County, July 31, 1885, for alleged assault
William Hopkins, New Bainbridge, May 29, 1903
William Hopps, Jesup, December 25-26, 1889, for alleged murder

Samuel Hose, Newman, April 25, 1899, alleged murder. Note: Hose had asked his employer to allow him to return home to visit his ailing mother. The employer refused, and after a two day argument, drew his pistol and threatened to kill Hose, who responded by hurling an axe into his employer's head, killing him instantly. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 82-83)

Benjamin Howard, Josselin, August 25, 1892, for alleged attempted murder
Peter Hudson, Cuthbert, September 26, 1916
Reuben Hudson, Dekalb County, July 27, 1887, for alleged rape.
Tip Hudson (Hutson?), Palmetto, Campbell County, March 16, 1899, for alleged arson
James Irwin, Ocilla, February 1, 1930
Henry Isaac, Brooks County, July 2, 1909, for alleged attempted theft
Thomas Israel, Screven County, October 5, 1886, for attempted rape
Alfred Iverson, Randolph County, April 10, 1909, for leaving his employer
Jackson, Cochran, July 21, 1915
Charles Jackson, Amboy, April 15, 1910
Henry Jackson, Glynn County, February 21, 1891, for alleged assault
Peter Jackson, Jesup, December 25-26, 1889, for alleged murder
Lenny (Renny?) Jefferson, Metcalf, June 11, 1900, for alleged attempted rape
Lewis Jefferson, Homersville, November 4, 1895, for alleged attempted rape
Edward Jenkins, Clayton, October 22, 1893
John Jessy, Forsyth, August 30, 1892
Bill Johnson, Pulaski County, October 13, 1888, for alleged rape
Collins Johnson, Sale City, November 17, 1917
D. C. Johnson, Sale City, November 17, 1917
Frank Johnson, specific locality unknown
Henry Johnson, Valdosta, May 8-10, 1901, for alleged assault

Jack Johnson, Carroll County, August 20, 1884, for rape. Note: Johnson was shot to death by a gang of blacks who had waited outside the jail until Johnson was allowed to relieve himself. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 30).

Sydney Johnson, Brooks & Lowndes Counties, May 17, 1918
Washington Johnson, Safford, July 23, 1899
William Johnson, specific locality unknown, January 22, 1911
Jones, Echols County, February 26, 1892, for alleged murder
Hosea Jones, Murray County, May 3, 1891
Joe Jones, Pierce County, September 14, 1886, for attempted rape
Marshall Jones, Douglas, May 4, 1900, for alleged assault
Newt Jones, Appling County, November 29, 1893, for alleged murder
Owen Jones, Pulaski, November 1, 1890, for rape
Robert Jones, Augusta, February 25, 1911
Solomon Jones, Forrest, August 1, 1899
Dawson Jordon, Ellaville, April 8, 1911
John King, Dodge County, July 20, 1909, for alleged attempted rape
Wesley King, specific locality unknown, February 21, 1891
Robert Kingut, Waycross, December 14, 1891
William Kirkland, Thomasville, September 25, 1930
Gus Knight, Johnson County, for rape
Henry Kyle, Decatur County, October 13, 1883, for alleged rape
Dewey Lake, Sylvester, January 21, 1916
Felix Lake, Sylvester, January 21, 1916
Frank Lake, Sylvester, January 21, 1916
Major Lake, Sylvester, January 21, 1916
Lee Lawrence, Jasper County, November 8, 1894, for alleged rape
Rodium Leamon, Sylvester, January 21, 1916
Rufus Lesuere, Thomaston, August 17, 1901
Lewis, Valdosta, August 21, 1916
Wesley Lewis, February 21, 1891, Glynn County, for alleged assault
Thomas Linton, specific locality unknown, May 22, 1899
Charles Lokie, Tifton, August 7, 1908, for alleged wild talk
Sam Long, Colquitt County, September 5, 1888, for rape
Martin Love, Tunnell Hill, July 11, 1889, for attempted rape
Terry Lovelace, Manchester, October 19, 1911
Robert Lovett, Morgan, August 15, 1913
Will Lowe, Lowndes County, October 30, 1890, for alleged attempted rape
Dan Lumpkin, Columbus County, February 20, 1910
Charles Mack, Safford, July 25, 1899, alleged rape/robbery
Charles Mack, Swainsboro, September 26, 1891, for alleged rape
Roger Malcolm and wife, Dorothy, Monroe, July 25, 1946
Robert Mallard, Lyons, November 20, 1948
Charles Martin, Madison County, January 29, 1899
Ed Martin, Talbot County, September 21, 1904
Samuel Martin, Wrightsville, March 24, 1890
Sebastian McBride, Portal, August 30, 1904
Arthur McCauley, Harris County, July 28, 1902
William McClure, Clem, August 11, 1899, for alleged attempted rape
Jess McCortele, Cartersville, February 25, 1916
Garfield McCoy, Newton, June 24, 1903, for alleged murder
William McGroff, Baconton, July 11, 1911
George McKinney, Newton, June 24, 1903, for alleged murder
John McLeod, Swainsboro, May 18, 1911
John Meadows, Carmel, August 8, 1898, for alleged rape
Edward Merriweather, Monticello, November 23, 1898, for alleged murder
William Miles, Columbus, June 1, 1896, for alleged rape
Charles Miller, Culloden, September 10, 1906
Tom Miller, Brooks County, August 22, 1898, for alleged attempted rape
Henry Milner, Griffin, October 15, 1896, attempted rape
S. S. Mincey, Ailey, July 29, 1930
Ephraim Mitchell, Coffee County, May 22, 1893, for alleged murder
Lacy Mitchell, Thomas County, September 28, 1930
Robert Mitchell, Mitchell County, August 31, 1889
Bill Mobley, Dooley County, September 6, 1902, for alleged attempted rape
Rufus Moncrief, Whitehall, September 18, 1917
John Moody, Bryan County, March 2, 1901, for leaving his employer
Bill Moore, Wayne County, October 10, 1889, for assault
John Moore, Hamilton, January 22, 1912
Joseph Moore, Crawfordsville, May 22, 1911
William Moore, Jesup, October 12, 1889
Anderson Moreland, Forsythe, June 11, 1892
Will Morman, Dodge County, May 13, 1906, for alleged rape
Peter Morris, Arlington, January 23, 1915
Ephrim Muchlea, Hazelhurst, May 23, 1893
Jim Neely, Henry County, August 19, 1898, for alleged assault
Joe Nowling, Pelham, March 28, 1917
Owen Ogletree, Monroe County, June 17, for alleged rape
Richard Olliver, Donaldsonville, May 27, 1898
Owen Opietress, Forsythe, June 18, 1894
William Owens, Jesup, August 29, 1891
Samuel Owensby, Hogansville, May 5, 1913
Sam Padgett's wife and son, Tattnall County, May 21, 1907, for alleged murder
Edward Pearson (Pierson?), Swainsboro, July 11, 1906, for alleged attempted rape
Banjo Peavey, Fort Valley, June 8, 1903, for alleged murder
George Penner (Penn?), Elberton, June 5-13, 1890, for rape
Rich Perry, Marion County, June 10, 1890
Charles Pickett, Ellaville, April 8, 1911
Samuel Pike, Brooks County, December 23, 1894, for alleged murder
John Henry Pinkney, Pulaski County, March 5, 1908, for alleged murder
Jesse Poke, Eastman, June 10, 1890
Polasco, Valdosta, October 31, 1890
Henry Pope, Chattooga County, May 1, 1888, for rape
Charles Powell, Macon, February 4, 1912
Warren Powers, East Point, September 4, 1889, for attempted rape
Sandy Price, Watkinsville, June 29, 1905, alleged murder/theft
George Prince, Elbert County, June 10, 1890
Ike Radney, Colquitt, August 11, 1918
Andrew Rainey, Bainbridge, April 23, 1903, for alleged arson
Evan Ralent, specific locality unknown, July 27, 1910
George Read, Rome, January 3, 1901
Jim Redmond, Habersham County, May 17, 1892, for alleged murder

Paul Reed, Statesboro, August, 16, 1904, for alleged murder. Note: Reed, along with William Cato, was charged with murdering a white family. At the conclusion of their trial, a mob stormed the courthouse, grabbed the men, took them out of town and burned them alive. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 202-203)

William Reed, Bainbridge, May 25, 1937
George Reede, Floyd County, January 3, 1901, for alleged attempted rape
Albert Reese, Cuthbert, June 25, 1909, for alleged assault
Sandy Reeves, Waycross, September 24, 1918
Sylvester Rhodes, Collins, March 5, 1894, for alleged murder
Eugene Rice, Brooks & Lowndes Counties, May 17, 1918
Bill Richardson, Chattooga County, October 17, 1893, for alleged murder
John Riggins, Bainbridge, August 17, 1915
Hollis Riles, Bainbridge, September 3, 1949
Chime Riley, Brooks & Lowndes Counties, May 17, 1918
Curry Roberson, Pulaski County, March 5, 1908, for alleged murder
Gus Roberson, Habersham County, May 17, 1892, for alleged murder
Andrew Roberts, Waycross, June 28, 1890
Richmond Roberts, Burke County, December 17, 1882, for attempted rape
Charles Robertson, Allendaletown, March 2, 1895, for alleged murder
Andrew Robinson, Clinch County, June 27, 1890, for attempted rape
Lewis Robinson, , Watkinsville, June 29, 1905, alleged murder/theft
Reuben Robinson, Miller County, August 10, 1883, for murder
Rich Robinson, Watkinsville, June 29, 1905, alleged murder/theft
Albert Rogers and son, Stagesboro, August 17, 1904
Jeff Rogers, Walker County, February 4, 1884, for rape
Warren Ross, Early County, June 14, 1893, for alleged murder
George Rouse, Dooly County, March 15, 1885, for murder
Albert Royal, Amboy, April 15, 1910
Joshua Ruff, Gibson, November 18, 1897, for alleged theft
Tom Ruffin, Dade County, March 8, 1888, for attempted rape
Bud Rufus, Floyd County, December 8, 1900, for alleged rape
Louis Sammin, Sufford, July 23, 1899, for alleged rape/robbery
Robert Sapp, Blakeley, May 6, 1941
Simon Schuman, Brooks & Lowndes Counties, May 17, 1918
A. L. Scott, Wilcox County, August 28, 1904, for alleged murder
Ben Scott, Echols County, September 2, 1897
George Scott, Russellville, June 26, 1898
Thomas Seabright, Bainbridge, October 8, 1905, for alleged rape
Abe Sebens, Pierce County, July 2, 1900
John Shake, specific locality unknown, July 28, 1913
Peter Shaw, Troup County, May 28, 1898, for alleged rape
Caesar Sheffield, Valdosta, April 16, 1915
Barry Sherard (Harry Sherod?), Brooks County, December 23, 1894, for alleged murder
Harris Sherman, Shellman, march 13, 1901
Moxie Shuler, Bainbridge, September 29, 1916
Cato Simmons, Decatur County, August 29, 1891, for informing
Hurbert Simmons, Neal, November 29, 1904
John (Jim?) Simmons, Cairo, November 19, 1890, alleged attempted rape
Jesse Slayton, Columbus, June 1, 1896, for alleged rape
Benjamin Smith, Swainsboro, may 21, 1911
Charles Smith, Sandersville, October 7, 1916
Henry Smith, Effingham County, August 13, 1886, for rape
Neal Smith, specific locality unknown, October 4, 1895
Serborn Smith, Covington, May 21, 1892

Tom Smith, Wilkes County, December 1, 1888, over a disputed debt. Note: Smith, along with John Coleman, got caught in a
power struggle between two white men over who owned the sharecroppers' cotton. One of the white men provided the men with guns to defend themselves from a white mob who had attempted to arrest them. Coleman and Smith were eventually captured, and with rocks tied around their necks, drowned in a river. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 57)

Peter Stamps, Douglas County, July 24, 1885, for miscegenation. Note: Stamps had been a secret lover of his white employer's 16 year old daughter for about a year before impregnating her. Though the girl refused to accuse him of rape, he became the victim of a lynch mob. The girl eventually committed suicide. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 62)

Jesse Staten, Quitman, November 16, 1917
William Stewart, Eastman, December 20, 1915
Elijah Strickland, Palmetto, April 25, 1899, alleged accomplice to a murder
Allen Sturgis, McDuffie County, June 3, 1888, for theft
Elijah Sturgis, Cuthbert, September 26, 1916
Virgie Swanson, Greenville, August 25, 1913
John Sweeney, Tarrytown, August 27, 1909, for alleged murder
James Tabor, Alamo, April 11, 1910
Samuel Taylor, Brooks County, December 23, 1894, for alleged murder
Tom Tench, Merriwether County, January 16, 1887, for alleged rape
Sam Teott, Echols County, September 3, 1897, for alleged cattle stealing
Calvin Thomas, Decatur County, December 25-26, 1893, for alleged rape
Frank Thomas, Coffee County, June 10, 1902
George Thomas, Ft. Gaines, September 22, 1908, for alleged attempted murder
John (James?) Thomas, Midville, November 10, 1889, for alleged attempted rape
Arthur Thompson, Arlington, June 1, 1904, for alleged murder
Gilbert Thompson, Statesboro, February 24, 1908
Milly Thompson, Clayton County, July 29, 1880, for an unknown offense
Sterling Thompson, Campbell County, January 3, 1901, for informing
Will Thompson, Brooks & Lowndes Counties, May 17, 1918
Alf Thurman, Lee County, April 27, 1899, for wild talk
John Towns, Damascus, September 5, 1908, for alleged attempted theft
Jack Troy, Talbotton, September 21, 1904
Hayes Turner, Brooks & Lowndes Counties, May 17, 1918
Mary Turner, Brooks & Lowndes Counties, May 17, 1918
John Vease, Augusta, February 25, 1911
Daniel Walker, Washington, October 28, 1911
Jack Walker, Gay, August 18, 1905
John Walker, Houston County, October 27, 1907, for alleged assault/robbery
John Walker, Montezuma, November 8, 1910

John Ware, Royston, September 18, 1904, for alleged attempted murder. Note: After a dispute with his employer over who he would sell his cotton crop to, Ware killed the man in a fight.

John Warren, Donald, December 21, 1911
Lem Warren, Terrell County, September 16, 1896
Lewis Warren, Miller County, Miller County, August 26, 1883, for attempted rape
Brown Washington, Morgan County, February 27, 1890, for murder
Joe Washington, Bryan County, August 10, 1901, for alleged attempted rape
Foser Watts, Monroe, June 31, 1911
Moses Weaver, Tifton, October 12, 1904
Isaac Webb, Goldsboro, January 9, 1911, for alleged attempted murder
Grant Welly, Thomasville, September 8, 1900
Allen West, Abbeville, February 26, 1891, for alleged attempted rape
William West, April 14, 1892
Henry White, Durand, September 21, 1916
Henry White, Younker, October 11, 1908, for alleged assault
William White, Jeffersonville, January 22, 1897, for alleged murder
Alex Whitney, Harlem, May 13, 1900
Walter Wilkins, Waycross, June 27, 1908
S. Wilkinson, Burke County, September 14, 1886, for alleged attempted rape
John Wilks, Byron, October 27, 1907
Williams, Odum, June 16, 1899, for alleged attempted rape
Alonzo Williams, Oboopee, July 29, 1903
Alonzo Williams, Toombs County, July 29, 1908, for alleged attempted rape
Charles Williams, Emanuel County, October 7, 1896, for alleged murder
Chesbley Williams, Cordele, November 30, 1912

General Williams, Burke County, October 24, 1890, for alleged murder. Note: Williams was 15 years old when he was lynched for allegedly murdering a white boy who was the nephew of the local constable. The Constable used his home as the jail and while he and his prisoner were in transit, a mob stopped them and executed Williams. (Lynching in the New South, pg. 31)

Jesse Williams, Eastman, September 6 or 8, 1892, for alleged attempted rape
John Williams, Fowistown, September 7, 1898
John Williams, Waynesboro, October 24, 1890
Oscar Williams, Griffin, July 23, 1897, alleged rape
Vance (Vincent?) Williams, Louieville, August 25, 1908, for alleged murder
Will Williamson, Toombs County, March 1, 1910, for alleged attempted murder
William Willis, Grovetown, May 14, 1900
Charles Wilson, Albany, May 27, 1910
Jack Wilson, Whitfield County, October 23, 1892
James Wilson, Dalton, October 26, 1892
William Wilson, Columbia County, May 13, 1900, for alleged murder
John Wise, Pembroke, July 28, 1902, for alleged rape
William Womack, Eastman, may 14, 1906
Frank Wosten, Homer, October 12, 1890
Rolley Wyatt, specific locality unknown, February 19, 1909
Yarborough, Americus, October 5, 1912
Gene Yerby, Watkinsville, June 29, 1905, alleged murder/theft
Harry Young, specific locality unknown, April 22, 1902
Richard Young, Savannah, March 29, 1902

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