Henry C. Tucker-tornado=16 March 1877-page 1-Atlanta Constitution
distressed condition. We learned that another cyclone passed above here near Pfclham on the 8. G. Fla. railroad and from a gentleman from ColquttLwe.learn every house on the place of Hon. Jaa. Viok in that county was blowj down also every panel offence and every tree bat fortunately in j area no one. It also blew down the house of Thos. Grioer. and braised his wife somewhat though it is believed she is not seriously hurt it blew down every house on John Jones' place &ad wounded his wife pretty badly about -the head. It is reported that the places of Rev. a .0 Tucker and Isaac" Royals in Colquitt and of Wm. and Joel Cul pepper in Mitchell county.were badly damaged eonlll on. &J1othe'cyclone d A gen. Colquitt e.lf'an wu.blo.J of fence fortonatelyll1jared loon th w e some what notseriot1lly hOUBeon JoneS'p ce woundedhiawife the'bWL Jep ited thaUhe olRey. TncketandIsaac-RoJaIa C11peppertin Mitche1leo.unty were badll.danuge.t 'i fe we learii Injured brois dhiswile isnot pla esof Eev.H. ¬ ¬ . , , . . . & . , ¬ . . . ; , , , , . , . . , ; ' - . . . . " , . , , . ; . . , & ) , . . , ' . . . , . ! ' . . , ! \ . : : , , , ' ; ! . . . . " ' . ' , . . . - - ; . - , . : .