William Ogleton drowning - Laytons, Penn. 3-26-1882

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William Ogleton drowning - Laytons, Penn. 3-26-1882 - Lattons. Penn., March 26. Four colored men were...
Lattons. Penn., March 26. Four colored men were drowned here to-day to-day to-day while coming down the Youghlogbeny River In an old boat, which sank when it reached the falls. Their names were Gus Conntee. of Washington, D. C ; William Ogleton, Isaac Bailey, and John Sanders, of Arlington, Arlington, Vs. . None of the bodies have been recovered. PouGHKEEPsnc, March 26. Charles Beck, of Hillbrook. was choked to death to-day to-day to-day while eating eating his dinner.

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 27 Mar 1882, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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