could be related to frank's grandmother mary poynter of somerset ky

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could be related to frank's grandmother mary poynter of somerset ky - n BODY BROUGHT TO LOCK'VILLE i W. M. Poynter....
n BODY BROUGHT TO LOCK'VILLE i W. M. Poynter. of this city. w-lt'ed w-lt'ed w-lt'ed and three tramps were seriously iniured in a railroad wreck which occurred rty yesterday morning sixty-six sixty-six sixty-six miles Iron the city on the Louisville and NasV'lfle railroad. Two of the tramps ro badly Injured It is thought tney wiil ! The wreck occurred about a my nonh of Bonnieviile. a small station, t jJO o'clock yesterday morning. Tie train was No. 72, a north-bound north-bound north-bound through. freight from Nashville to Louisville. Richard R. Rtyoolds, of 1362 Twelf street, was the) conductor of the train . t i m;aam-it m;aam-it m;aam-it at civrht frert iOU tfUUM tm miiww . - m and Broadway, was the engineec I-oyo-ter I-oyo-ter I-oyo-ter I-oyo-ter I-oyo-ter was what is known as th '." or middle brakeman. It was t Place to be about the middle of the tru - At th time of the accident he waa fated on the top of the fourteenth car tYom the caboose. There were twenty-six twenty-six twenty-six lV la the train. The threi tramps wvto riding in a coal "gondola." The train was running at the rate of about thlrtyl miles an hour. An axle of one of the, trucks of the car Just in front of the one on which Poynter was sitting broke and the wheels left the track, letting the box of the car fall to the rails. The twelve cars behind piled up on this car. many of them being smashed. Poynter Poynter was thrown from his seat to the eidd of a truck and in under a freight car. He must have been killed Instantly. He we pulled out of toe wreck by, Engi neer MiddenUorff. The three tramps hsd been scattered about promiscuously, and two of them were mashed by a freight car. The other was not so badly Injured Injured and will recover. The wreck delayed traffic for nearly four hours. Poynters body was placed on passenger train No. S. which should hav arrived at Tenth street and Broadway Broadway at 11 o'clock yesterday morning, but did not get In until S o'clock yesterday yesterday afternoon. The body was removed to bis mother's home, 121S Lexington street. The injured tramps wen taken to Casey vllle, which is only a short distance distance from the scene of the wreck. ' One of them, whose name. It is thought. Is Wheeler, is badly hurt aboat the head and face. He Is unconscious. A physician physician from Caseyvill attended the Injured Injured men. . . -. -. Poynter was twenty-six twenty-six twenty-six years f ff and unmarried. He began worki-. worki-. worki-. rr the Louisville and NasnviU road 1.4 1 May and soon after brought his motaer snd sister to Louisville. He formerly lived in Cave City. Ky where his body will be shipped for burial at 1 o'clock this morning. A Wrecking train which left for the scene soon after the accident, had not returned to the city at a late hour last highu

Clipped from The Courier-Journal17 Sep 1895, TuePage 6

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky)17 Sep 1895, TuePage 6
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