NP, MAP 4/11/1862

From the Memphis Appeal
April 11, 1862
Railroad Accident
   A serious accident occurred to a train on the {Memphis &} Charleston railroad yesterday about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of tracks, several cars were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties: Col. W. C. Baily, Macon, Tenn, killed; O. Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Hunter, Macon, Tenn. seriously injured; H. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken; --- Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss, badly bruised and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.