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Article about George Stroh's murder in Oakford, Illinois at the hands of Matthew Thomas
From page 6 of the Muskegon Chronicle on Tuesday, July 31, 1900 and describes the incident where Matthew Thomas's assault on George Stroh resulted in George's skull being cracked. The article reports that another man is also implicated in George Stroh's murder. George was the son of John and Mary (Strassler) Stroh of Oakford, Illinois (formerly of Salisbury, Illinois).
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