Paint Rock, AL Storm Kills Several, Apr 1880

STRONG KILLER STORM.

Nashville, Tenn., April 26. -- A destructive storm struck Paint Rock, Ala., on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, demolishing five houses and killing three children of P. M. EDWARDS. T. J. MANN was killed by lightning on Sunday six miles from this city.

The New York Times New York 1880-04-27

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