Historian’s Office, Martyrdom Account

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come and burn the town, whereupon the citizens of fled in all directions, and the and his posse fled towards , and did not consider themselves safe until they had reached Augusta, 18 miles distant from .
At day break eat breakfast.
Capt. Singleton, of Brown County, arrived from with his troops. at daybreak
<​Nailed boards together to carry the bodies in​>
About 8 A. M., started for with the bodies of Joseph and on two wagons, accompanied by their brother , , and a guard of 8 soldiers who had been detached for that purpose by . The bodies were covered with bushes to keep them from the hot sun. They were met by a great assemblage of the citizens of on Mullholland Street [4 lines blank] [p. 71]
come and burn the town, whereupon the citizens of fled in all directions, and the and his posse fled towards , and did not consider themselves safe until they had reached Augusta, 18 miles distant from .
At day break eat breakfast.
Capt. Singleton, of Brown County, arrived from with his troops.
Nailed boards together to carry the bodies in
About 8 A. M., started for with the bodies of Joseph and on two wagons, accompanied by their brother , , and a guard of 8 soldiers who had been detached for that purpose by . The bodies were covered with bushes to keep them from the hot sun. They were met by a great assemblage of the citizens of on Mullholland Street [4 lines blank] [p. 71]
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