|Birth: ||unknown, Ireland|
|Death: ||Aug. 31, 1865|
residence: St Clair St.
Leader- Sept. 2, 1865 : Thomas Gilmartin was charged with striking John Divine on the left side of the head, causing insensibility for ten minutes. Divine then arose and went to his home, where he died shortly after. Both men were drunk. Gilmartin is in jail.
Jan. 4/1866: Thomas Gilmartin, indicted on the charge of man-slaughter, was on trial before Judge Coffinberry yesterday. The defendant is accused of killing John Devine in a drunken fight in a saloon on River st. Aug. 31.
Jan. 4/1866: Thomas Gilmartin, indicted on the charge of man-slaughter in the death of John Devine, was acquitted yesterday.
Plot: sect 20, lot 16, grave 38
Created by: CypressGreen
Record added: Apr 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68320479
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