1875 - Shooting
A tragedy which grew out of a drunken row, occurred in Thompson, Conn., the 25th, when Edward Ryan shot John Keating in the breast with a revolver. Keating was alive at 10 o'clock the 26th, but his death was momentarily expected. Keating was a farm hand and worked for Ryan who accused the former of going away and leaving the house unlocked, in consequence of which his trunk had been broken open and robbed.
St. Albans Messenger
St. Albans, Vermont
June 04, 1875
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