A Partial Listing of Negroes Lynched in the United States Since 1859

SOURCE: 100 Years of Lynching, Ralph Ginzburg, Black Classic Press; Lynching in the New South, W. Fitzhugh Brundage, University of Illinois Press


2162 records found
  (Total records:2162)
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 NameCityStateDateYear Comments
Jerry Brown Tazewell CountyVirginia February 11893 For assault
Sam Ellerson Tazewell CountyVirginia February 11893 For assault
John Fitzhugh Rappahannock CountyVirginia August 21884 For assault
John Johnson Tazewell CountyVirginia February 11893 For assault
Kellis Moorman Henry CountyVirginia April 191886 For assault
Charles Miller Alleghany CountyVirginia October 171891 For assault and riot. A
policeman in Clifton
Forge Virginia tried to
arrest a group of miners
(Bob Burton Charles
Miller John and William
Scott) for boisterous
intimidating behavior.
They resisted arrest and
made their way out of
town and back to the mi
John Scott Alleghany CountyVirginia October 171891 For assault and riot. A
policeman in Clifton
Forge Virginia tried to
arrest a group of miners
(Bob Burton Charles
Miller John and William
Scott) For boisterous
intimidating behavior.
They resisted arrest and
made their way out of
town and back to the mi
William Scott Alleghany CountyVirginia October 171891 For assault and riot. A
policeman in Clifton
Forge Virginia tried to
arrest a group of miners
(Bob Burton Charles
Miller John and William
Scott) For boisterous
intimidating behavior.
They resisted arrest and
made their way out of
town and back to the mi
Robert Burton Alleghany CountyVirginia October 171891 For assault and riot. A
policeman in Clifton
Forge Virginia tried to
arrest a group of miners
(Bob Burton Charles
Miller John and William
Scott) For boisterous
intimidating behavior.
They resisted arrest and
made their way out of
town and back to the min
Thomas Smith Roanoke CountyVirginia September 201893 For assault. Smith
allegedly assaulted Mrs.
Henry Bishop a
respectable white woman.
The Mayor of Roanoke
(Mayor Trout) tried to
prevent Smith's lynching
by calling out the local
militia. In the ensuing
battle seven mob members
were killed and at least
2

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