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The Martin Faction

 
The Tolliver-Martin Feud
 
 

The Martin faction or Republican faction

Bailey deputy sheriff wounded
Baumgartner, Stuart 1857 in Virginia-1885, Deputy Sheriff killed by Tolliver faction in March, 1885
Bentley, Mack    
Bradley, Solomon 1847-1884 died in election fight in 1884
Carey, James Madison 1825-1906, judge owned Gault house hotel
Humphrey, Wesley Cook 1853-1941 elected sheriff
Keeton, James b. 1851 ambushed on the way to court to testify in 1887
Logan, Henry Shelton, Dr. 1818-1888 arrested for killing Hughes
Logan, Howard    
Logan, W. O. son of Howard resisted arrrest of his father
Logan, John Houson (Jack) 1869-1887, son of Dr. arrested for killing Hughes and killed by Tollivers
Logan, William H. Wadsworth 1862-1887, son of Dr. arrested for killing Hughes and killed by Tollivers
Madden, Bud   killed in shootout in 1887
Manning, John   killed, Floyd Tolliver, wounded by Tollivers
Martin, ? Tusse   at Martin house when Rayburn was killed
Martin, Annie   at Martin house when Rayburn was killed
Martin, Benjamin Dr. 1823-1898, John's father  
Martin, David 1850-1930, John's brother  
Martin, Elliott   murdered on the way to court to testify in 1887
Martin, John P. 1846-1884, married Lucy Ann Trumbo, son of Ben wounded in election day fight, killed by Tolliver faction in December, 1884
Martin, Rena   at Martin house when Rayburn was killed
Martin, Susan
John's sister, married J.M. Brain at Martin house when Rayburn was killed
Martin, William (1848-1930, John's brother)  
Mrs. Vina Martin wife of Ben arrested for selling poisoned food to Cottage Hotel to poison Craig Tolliver
Pelfrey, Whit   murdered at Elliotsville
Perce/Pierce, Ed
hired gun shot at Z. T. Young
Perry, Alf P.   acquitted of killing Craig Tolliver
Pigman, Hiram 1860-1888, married Laura Logan daughter of Howard acquitted of killing Craig Tolliver
Price, H. G.   in fight on election day
Ramey, Lewis Henry b. 1860, son of William, d. 1846 wounded
Ramey, William Neal b. 1834 in KY Sheriff murdered in July 1886
Rayburn, Benjamin b. 1858 killed in June, 1885
Sizemore, Apperson

1846-1901

name reported as Ad Seyremore,
Ed Lemmerman,
Add Sizemore,
Ed Simmerman,
Ad Sizzerman)

lived in Gates Station

 

shot by John Day, but recovered in election day fight in 1884
Sizemore, John b. 1844 carried weapon
Taylor, John b. 1856 in Virginia wounded the way to court to testify in 1887
Vance, John   wounded the way to court to testify in 1887

 

 

 
 

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