The Conference brings together 30 inmates who were freed from death row because of innocence.
The first established death penalty laws date as far back as the Eighteenth Century B. in the Code of King Hammaurabi of Babylon, which codified the death penalty for 25 different crimes.
The object of this great survey was to determine what lands and royalty rights the King actually possessed in the different counties that made up his kingdom.
The Book of Fees, or "Testa de Nevill" [Nevills Evidence or Nevill's Head] as the survey was commonly called, records the names, titles and holdings of all families of rank, fee holders, throughout the kingdom, together with the services or "knights fees" that they provided to the crown and the lands and privileges they received in return for these services.
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When MFC was sold, he supervised the warehouse at Madison County Co-Op in Canton, MS until he retired. June loved her family, especially the annual Thanksgiving Green family gatherings, singing, dancing and music. Pace and the former Flossie Henson, 3 sisters and 1 brother. She was a homemaker and a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church. Survivors are her husband; Charles Stevens, sons; Stephen (Kimberly) Hasty and Christopher Hasty, granddaughters; Leah Hasty, and Tara Hasty, grandson; Reed Hasty,great grandchildren; Kendra, Ken, Hank, and Aubrey, and brothers; Robert (Ann) Ellett and Randy Ellett all of Benton. Stricklin-King Funeral Home of Yazoo City has been entrusted with the arrangements. Holeman, Sr.,77, of Yazoo City passed away Friday July 28, 2017 at Merit Health River Region Medical Center in Vicksburg. David was preceded in death by his parents; Roy Lee & Jeffie Pearl Watkins Holeman. Donnie was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents; Clenton Ray & Mary J. Retired as a Supervisor at Mississippi Chemical Corporation, He was a member of Center Ridge Baptist Church and a U. Fred was preceded in death by his wife; Lou Rite Johnston and son Allen Fredrick Johnston, Jr. He is survived by his sister, Linda Crawford Harrison, Madison, MS, his sister and brother-in-law Dorothy and Bill Farmer of Lafayette, La, as well as many nieces and their families including Tara and Christopher Venetis with children Connor Crawford, his godson, and Cameron; Delle and Jason Smith with children Emma, Adelyn, and Jaxon; Emilee and Matthew Cooley with children Austin and Hudson; and Celena and Dustin Holmes with child Dylan Wyatt.
Earthworks on Castle Hill show evidence of an 11th century Norman motte & bailey castle that once rose above the village. Halton Castle in Cheshire has no relationship with this family.
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A homemaker she was a member of Black Jack Baptist Church. The couple remained married for 60 years until his death. June was born in Louise, MS on June 12, 1941, to Thomas Leo Green and Louella Sanders Green. They had three sons: Jon Michael (Wanda), Gregory Douglas (Karen), and Thomas Vincent (Lisa) Mathis. Pallbearers are; William Twiner, Donald Seay, Richey Cobb, Bozo Burrough, David Drouge and Colton Coody. Survivors are her husband; Michael Mc Namara of Jackson, daughter; Stacy Dunning of Byrum, sons; James R. at Stricklin-King Funeral Home in Yazoo City with services Monday July 17 at P. Survivors include her sisters; Eva (Gene) Martin of Benton & Margaret (James) Bright of Yazoo City, brothers; Sydney Harber of Yazoo City, Talman Harber, & Charles Harber, Lots of nieces & nephews, step-children Marleene Lee, Becky Patterson, & Eddie Fuller. Pallbearers are; Michey Robertson, Ashton Johnston, Fred Johnston, Hunter Johnston, Kyle Athey, & Buddy Reeves. Visitation will be at Stricklin King Funeral Home Saturday July 8th starting at A. Survivors are his wife Joyce Marie Osborne,sons; David (Charlotte) Osborne & Keith Osborne all of Bentonia, grandsons; Christian Osborne & Chad Osborne,granddaughter Chanity Osborne , great granddaughter Wylen Osborne. He worked with his father at Crawford Farms in Eden for many years.
Survivors are her son; Randy (Shurley Rae) Hearst of Benton, sisters-in-law; Amy Martin of Bentonia & Kathryn Broom of Benton, and a host of nieces and nephews. Hearst was preceded in death by her husband; Randolph Hearst, her parents; J. & Mildred Kinnison Martin, and brother Joe Danny Martin. They had 3 children; Thomas “Tim” Sligh, Freddie Sligh, and Coy Sligh. June started her career at King’s Daughters Hospital Yazoo City where she worked 36 years before retiring from the Business Administration Department. Honorary Pallbearers are; Robert Belk, Andy Burt, Frank Hilderbrand, Billy Ray Harris, Boogie Clark, Raymond Petway, and Jeff Tinnan. Stricklin-King Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Fielder of Jackson and Victor Manor of Verona, MS, a grandchild; Mayghan Fielder, Brothers; Robert Ellett and James Randy Ellett and sister; Sharon Stevens all of Benton. She dedicated her life to raising her four children; Dorothy (Robert) Oliver of Benton, Sandra (Steve) Meyerhein of Rio Rancho, NM, George Fuller of Yazoo City, & John (Phoebe) Fuller of Clinton, 6 grandchildren & 3 great grandchildren. Joe was preceded in death by his parents Lecester & Bessie Massey Osborne, brothers; Allen & Marcus Osborne. He later worked for Marathon Oil Company and eventually retired from oilfield production.