Dr. W. H. McDaniel

 
The Standard and Express
Cartersville, Georgia
January 4, 1872, page 3
 
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Our young friend, Lindsay Johnson came to town a few days ago and voluntarily surrendered himself to the officers of the court, waived a preliminary trial and went to jail.  He killed Dr. W. H. McDaniel, his brother-in-law, on Pine Log in this county about a fortnight ago.  The case, we suppose, will be tried at the next term of Bartow Superior Court in March next, when all the facts in the case will be made known.

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The Standard and Express
July 18, 1872, page 2

Lindsay Johnson was tried last week, in this place for the killing of Dr. W. H. McDaniel, his brother-in-law, at Pine Log, in this county, some time back, and the jury returned a verdict of “not guilty.”  Messrs. Hillyer and Walker for prosecution, and Messrs. W. T. and J. W. Wofford and A. R. Wright for the defense.

 

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