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or...George Maupin?

And if the judge was in office at the time of the massacre and died or was incapacitated by the wound, it might possibly have been George Maupin.

Here are the three Callaway county judges in 1862--George Maupin, S.B. Collier, George E.O. Hockaday

And here are the Callaway county judges in 1863--George Bartley, S.B. Collier, George E.O. Hockaday

Where'd George Maupin go? Now you see him, now you don't. There was an election for his seat two months after the massacre. The candidates were Thomas Patton 87 votes; J.B. Duncan 211 votes; George Bartley 688 votes....Bartley takes over Maupin's position....

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