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Legislator Ramsey Killed, 1906
published at Spring Place, Georgia,
April 27, 1906:
HONORABLE A. K. RAMSEY KILLED
By Deadly Bullet From assassin's Gun.
ONLY LIVED FOUR DAYS
After the Fata Shot was Fired–Assailant Caught.
Hon. A. K. Ramsey was shot and fatally wounded on last Sunday night at 7 o'clock by Jim Franklin near his home six miles south of town.
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