Georgia Lynchings Index

Documenting lynchings in Georgia has become somewhat of a passion project. Here is an index of those atrocities chronicled on my blogs. (Count: 51)

- Adams, Simon (1900) : N is for the Negro Lynched Near Columbus (A to Z Challenge)
- Aiken, Albert (1909) : Regulators Lynched Albert Aiken in 1909 Lincoln County, Georgia
- Allen, Rich (1905) : White Man and 8 Negroes Lynched by Watkinsville, Georgia Mob (1905)
- Allen, Tom (1911) : Timeline of Events Leading to the Lynching of Tom Allen
- Allen, Walter (1902) : Walter Allen Met Death at the Hands of a Mob to Him Unknown
- Aycock, Lon J. (1905) : White Man and 8 Negroes Lynched by Watkinsville, Georgia Mob (1905)

- Boyd, General (1913) : General Boyd Lynched in 1913 Walton County

- Calhoun, John (1918) : J. A. Willis Murdered. John Calhoun's Body Riddled as a Result.
- Carreker, William (1900) : 3 Dead: William Carreker, William Leonard, & a Preacher with No Name
- Clark, Ned (1888) : Lynchers Made a Sieve of Ned Clark in 1888 Worth County
- Conley / Connelly, Mary (1916) : Negro Woman Mary Conley Lynched for Trying to Protect Her Son

- Daniels, Morris (1911) : Lynching of Morris Daniels Wasn't a Complete Success
- Dukes, John (1938) : He Probably was Dead Before They Set Him on Fire

- Eberhart, John Lee (1921) : Mob Burns John Lee Eberhart in 1921
- Edward, Rob (1912) : Blood at the Root: a Racial Cleansing in America (Book Review)
- Elder, Claud (1905) : White Man and 8 Negroes Lynched by Watkinsville, Georgia Mob (1905)
- Etheridge, Henry (1912) : Henry Etheridge Lynched for Securing Recruits for an African Colony

- Gibson, Charles (1897) : Charles Gibson had Been Hunted All Day by a Mob (in 1897)
- Glenwood, Ernest (1919) : Rope Around Neck of Ernest Glenwood, of Dooly County (1919)
- Goosby, Dave (1894) : A Horrible Crime: the Lynching of Dave Goosby, Part I
- Green, Alonzo (1915) : Georgia Farmers Kill Negro Boys Who had Nothing to Do with the Murder
- Green, James D. (1915) : Georgia Farmers Kill Negro Boys Who had Nothing to Do with the Murder

- Harris, Bob (1905) : White Man and 8 Negroes Lynched by Watkinsville, Georgia Mob (1905)
- Harvey, James (1922) : NAACP Gets Charges Brought, but Still No Justice for Joe Jordan & James Harvey
- Henderson, Ed (1899) : The Ty-Ty Tragedy: Ed Henderson was Lynched for the Usual Crime in 1899
- Hilsman, Jack (1900) : Usual Crime, Usual Penalty: the Lynching of Jack Hilsman
- Hose, Sam (1899) : Alfred Cranford Murdered. Sam Hose Lynched.

- Jackson, James (1915) : Dynamite Put Under Negro
- Jordan, Joe (1922) : NAACP Gets Charges Brought, but Still No Justice for Joe Jordan & James Harvey

- Mallard, Adam (1887) : Storming a Negro Cabin: Masked Mob Shot Adam Mallard Down with a Load of Buckshot in 1887
- Miles, Will (1896) : Double Lynching: Mob Does Bloody Work in 1896 Columbus, Georgia
- Moncrief, Rufus (1917) : Body of Lynched Negro, Rufus Moncrief, Found Beside Road in 1917

- Odwell, Daniel (1886) : Daniel Odwell Lynched a Year Removed from Alleged Crime (Or was it Henry Barnes?)

- Padgett, Sim (1907) : 4 Members of the Padgett Family Go Down in a Hail of Bullets
- Padgett, Sula (1907) : 4 Members of the Padgett Family Go Down in a Hail of Bullets
- Price, Sandy (1905) : White Man and 8 Negroes Lynched by Watkinsville, Georgia Mob (1905)

- Robinson, Lewis (1905) : White Man and 8 Negroes Lynched by Watkinsville, Georgia Mob (1905)
- Robinson, Rich (1905) : White Man and 8 Negroes Lynched by Watkinsville, Georgia Mob (1905)
- Rouse, George (1885) : Lillis Roundtree Doles Assassinated! Lynching Ensued.

- Shake, John (1913) : When an Event Involving My Relative Sparked a Lynching (Part I)
- Shaw, Lint (1936) : Terrified Members of Lint Shaw's Family Refused to Claim the Body
- Slayton, Jesse (1896) : Double Lynching: Mob Does Bloody Work in 1896 Columbus, Georgia
- Smith, John (1881) : Swift Vengeance Served on John Smith of Laurens County, Georgia
- Snipes, Maceo (1946) : Only Negro Voter Killed: a Georgia Civil Rights Cold Case Project

- Turner, Alfred (1877) : Colored Preacher Alfred Turner Killed
- Turner, Hayes (1918) : The Plight and Legacy of Mary Turner (1897-1918)
- Turner, Mary (1918) : The Plight and Legacy of Mary Turner (1897-1918)

- Ware, John (1904) : Another Lynching in Georgia: John Ware was Strung Up in 1904 Franklin County
- Watts, Joe (1911) : Timeline of Events Leading to the Lynching of Tom Allen
- Williams, Oscar (1897) : Mayor of Griffin, Georgia Said He Would Have Helped to Hang Him
- Wood, Jonah (1904) : Church Burned, and Jonah Wood Strung Up to a Tree

- Yerby, Gene (1905) : White Man and 8 Negroes Lynched by Watkinsville, Georgia Mob (1905)

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