Hanging of Fleming "James" Parker
detailsUnknown Unknown 1045.0104.0002.jpg MS-112, Box 1 B&W 1045.0104.0002 h104pb Photo Card Print 5x7 Photo Collections June 3, 1898 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives
Execution of Fleming "James" Parker. Numbers on front 1-8. On back: 1. Johnny Munds, 2. unknown, 3. George Ruffner, 4. Fleming "James" Parker hands strapped to side, 5. Joe Dillon, 6. Shorty Lacey, 7. Father Alfred Quetu, 8. Jeff Davis.
Parker is buried in Citizens Cemetery in Prescott. According to an account, he kicked off the slippers put on him, but he said that he did not want to die with his shoes on.
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