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The Tolliver Faction

 
 
 
 
     
 

The Tolliver Faction or Democratic faction

Alderson, Warren 1819 in Virginia-1903, Colonel robbed in 1885
Arksley, Jim    
Bowling, Alvin M. b. 1857 in Virginia, son of Delaney, also spelled Bolling killed a marshall and imprisoned

Bowling, Jeff Davis
b. 1864 in Kentucky, d. 1830, son of Delaney, also spelled Bolling arrested for killing Ben Rayburn, hung for killing his father-in-law
Collin    
Cooper, Hiram 1865-1887 killed in shoot out at Cottage
Day, Boone 1857, son of Alfred arrested for killing Ben Rayburn
Day, John C. B. 1858-1886, son of Jedediah, sheriff  
Day, Philip George Day (Mick) 1843-1879, married Amanda Oxley, son of John W. Day arrested for murder of Ben Rayburn
Day, Tom Allen 1864-1921 arrested for murder of Ben Rayburn
Day, William (Bill) 1843-1910, son of Jedediah  
Goodwin, Samuel (Sam) (Goodin, Gordon, Gooden) lost election for sheriff, with Floyd Tolliver when he was shot
Hughes, John G. b. 1844 in Virginia per 1870 census killed by Logans in 1884
Keeton, H. Mason (Mase)   arrested for killing Ben Rayburn, killed in January 1887
Keeton, John   offered $100 to kill Howard Logan
Mannin, Green Mannon b, 1846 acquitted of conspiracy to murder Howard Logan
Mannin, John city marshall hunted by posse,
Manning, Burke (Bunk)    
Manning, Jim    
Messer (Misser), Robert E. b. 1853, Morehead constable arrested for killing Ben Rayburn
Nester, Bob    
Oxley, James   arrested for killing Ben Rayburn
Rodgers, John nephew of Z. T. Young hunted by posse, his friends killed Mason Keeton
Tolliver, Andy   hunted by posse
Tolliver, Cate (Cayt)   wounded but escaped shootout, allowed to go home because he was 12
Tolliver, Craig
Burton police judge (1851 -1887, son of Hugh, leader, from Morgan County, Virginia arrested for killing Ben Rayburn, killed in shootout at cottage
Tolliver, Daniel Boone
1853 - 1911, son of Hugh  
Tolliver, Francis Marion
1857 - 1936, son of Hugh  
Tolliver, Jacob Finley (Jay) 1862 - 1887, son of Lightwell, lived in Marion County killed in shootout at cottage
Tolliver, James Calvin (Cal) 1870 - 1898)
  badly wounded
Tolliver, John Reed (Budd)
1857 - 1887, son of Lightwell, lived in Marion County killed in shootout at cottage
Tolliver, Rush Floyd 1855 in North Carolina, son of Hugh killed by John Martin in August, 1884
Tolliver, Wiley Van Buren 1857-1887, son of Lightwell, lived in Marion County killed by Mack Bentley
Trumbo, John son of Thomas Trumbo and Celia Oxley killed, John N. Witcher in 1887, arrested for killing Ben Rayburn
Trumbo, William 1866- 1933, son of Thomas Trumbo and Celia Oxley in fight on election day
Young, Allen W. (Allie) son of Z.T. acquitted of conspiracy to murder Howard Logan
Young, Zachary Taylor b. 1849, county attorney acquitted of conspiracy to murder Howard Logan, shot at July 1, 1885

 

 

 
 

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