Marion County

News Articles

Adair County News, 1902

Clarence Shipp, who shot and killed Richard Hord and Dave Allen and wounded two other men, on Scott's ridge, Marion county, is now in the Lebanon jail, he having surrendered to officers of Taylor county, who turned him over to the jailer of Marion county. He is only eighteen years old. His 11 year old brother, charged with being implicated with him in the killing, is also in jail. Their pictures indicate that they would not turn from any character of crime. (Adair County News, July 24, 1901) Clarence Shipp, who was acquitted at Lebanon ten days ago, upon a murder charge, has married his sixteen year-old cousin, who testified in his favor. (Adair County News, March 5, 1902.)


Mr. John Maupin and family will leave here for New Market, Marion county, in a few days where they will permanently locate. (Pellyton community newsletter, Adair County News, February 27, 1901) John Maupin removed his family to Marion county.  (Pellyton community newsletter, Adair County News, January 15, 1902.)




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