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 John Phair

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John Phair

Birth
New Haven, Addison County, Vermont, USA
Death
10 Apr 1879 (aged 33–34)
Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont, USA
Burial
Vergennes, Addison County, Vermont, USA
Plot
OLD91 Phair/Holden
Memorial ID
106546323 View Source

Additional from Tom Ledoux, vermontcivilwar.org: This is a CW Navy veteran, enlisted in Boston, 9 Jan 1864 as a Landsman, served on USS Ohio and USS Iosco. Died 4/10/1879.

Suggested edit: The Southern Standard, Arkadelphia, Arkansas. April 19, 1879, Saturday. Page 1:
John P. Phair was hanged at Windsor, Vt., on the 10th, for the murder of Miss Anna Freize, the keeper of a house of ill repute, in June 1874. The evidence against Phair was largely circumstantial, and he died protesting his innocence. He had been once reprieved, the time of his execution being originally set for April 6, 1877.
Contributor: AH (46872656)

Additional from Tom Ledoux, vermontcivilwar.org: This is a CW Navy veteran, enlisted in Boston, 9 Jan 1864 as a Landsman, served on USS Ohio and USS Iosco. Died 4/10/1879.

Suggested edit: The Southern Standard, Arkadelphia, Arkansas. April 19, 1879, Saturday. Page 1:
John P. Phair was hanged at Windsor, Vt., on the 10th, for the murder of Miss Anna Freize, the keeper of a house of ill repute, in June 1874. The evidence against Phair was largely circumstantial, and he died protesting his innocence. He had been once reprieved, the time of his execution being originally set for April 6, 1877.
Contributor: AH (46872656)


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