|Across The Fence: No way to treat a lady|
|February 12, 2015 M. Timothy Nolting|
Elizabeth Taylor and Thomas Jones markers at the cemetery in Spring Ranche, Nebraska
The new moon was but a thin crescent of silver in the early midnight hour of March 15, 1885 when a mob of more than thirty, torch bearing, rifle toting citizens left the Village of Spring Ranche, Nebraska on a one and one-half mile jaunt to Taylorís sod ranch house. The mob surrounded the large, squat soddy that housed the widow Elizabeth Taylor, her mother Margaret Jones, twin brother Tom, 5-year-old daughter, Maggie and hired hands, John Farrel...
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