Tupelo Journal (MS)
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Description: James Chandler Killed by Train
Date: January 29 1886
Newspaper published in: Tupelo, MS
Source: Lee Co., MS Library
Page/Column: Page 2, Column 3
JAMES CHANDLER, a freight conductor on the Mobile & Ohio railroad, was killed by his train, Tuesday night, near Corinth. He had been in the engine and had started to return to the rear end of the train, and in attempting to step from one car to another, he fell between. Twenty-nine cars passes over him, mangling him in a horrible manner. His residence was in Jackson, Tenn.
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