George W. Frame

 Alleged Lyncher


•  The lynching of Horace Maples (1904) is a focus in the book "The Sins of Madison County" (the accounts of the lynching begin on page 211) George Frame was tried for murder for his alleged role on the night of the lynching. The story of his trial begins on page 265. He was not convicted. The book covers the details. - Simpson+

•  "Frame, George W.; Alleged Lyncher. In 1896, George W. Frame lived in the home of John Frame, at 423 Rison Avenue, who is presumed to be George's father. They both worked at the Dallas Manufacturing Company. George married Rebecca and had a grocery store by 1900, located on Fifth Avenue. He also worked at the Dallas Mills." - Simpson+

Related Links:

•  Simpson+ - The Sins of Madison County, by Fred B. Simpson with Mary N. Daniel & Gay C. Campbell, 2000