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CAMPBELL, Colin - embezzling (Effie Culver tricked)









COLLIER, Evan - SET FOR TRIAL
 
Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal 26 April 1901

Evan Collier, larceny, May 3.

Connor, Miss Emma
Source: Crawfordsville Review 11 June 1892 p 7
Emma Conner, the Crawfordsville flag heroine, is suing one of her pupils for $5,000 damages. She saved the flag on the school house, when the pupil, named Starke, tried to pull it down – Indianapolis Sun.

Same page:  Miss Emma Connor, of star spangled banner fame, is after Jim Stark’s bacon.  Last Saturday evening, through her attorney, WT Whittington she filed a suit in the circuit court in which she modestly asks James to “pony up” the neat but handy to have about the house sum of $6,000 together with all proper relief. In her complaint Miss Connor alleges that Mr. Stark has long borne her a personal spite and never loses an opportunity to exercise his spleen.  That he recently circulated and caused others to circulate most scandalous and damaging stories against her character which stories had not the least foundation, that in consequence she has been obliged to undergo great annoyance and mental anguish and prays the court to award her the amount above named “On with the dance!”






CREQUE, Annie - Drunk/disorderly -- Source: Crawfordsville Review 18 June 1892 p 1
 
Annie Creque, whose husband was killed in a fight at Champaign, Ill last fall was fined $10 in the Mayor’s court Wednesday morning for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. She is sweating out the fine in one of those delightful cells in the woman’s department at the jail  




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