Saturday, June 8, 2013

James H. Jacobs.

Little Murders:
From Defenders and Offenders:

James H. Jacobs.

“On the night of 11th of December 1886, Jacobs stabbed Elmer E. Quigley in the stomach with a butcher knife. The affair occurred near Jacobs house, at Lancaster, Pa. Jacobs was abusing his children, who were outside the house. Quigley came along and remonstrated with Jacobs for abusing his children, who were crying. After some words, Jacobs went into the house, got a knife, came out and plunged it into Quigley, killing him.”

Defenders and offenders. New York: D. Buchner & Co., 1888.


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