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 ====== Draper'​s Meadows Massacre ====== ====== Draper'​s Meadows Massacre ======
-On Wednesday the 30th of July, 1755, the Shawnee attacked Draper'​s Meadows. It has been called a massacre, but a count compiled some time after the event reads: 1755, July 30th, Col. James Patton, at North River, killed; Casper Barrier, at North River, killed; Mrs. Draper and one child, at North River, killed; James Cull, at North River, wounded; Mrs. English and her children, at North River, prisoners escaped; Mrs. Draper, Jr., at North River, prisoner escaped; Henry Leonard, at North River, prisoner escaped.+On Wednesday the 30th of July, [[1755]], the [[Shawnee]] attacked ​[[Draper'​s Meadows]]. It has been called a massacre, but a count compiled some time after the event lists four dead, one wounded, and several captured. The account ​reads: 1755, July 30th, Col. James Patton, at North River, killed; Casper Barrier, at North River, killed; Mrs. Draper and one child, at North River, killed; James Cull, at North River, wounded; Mrs. English and her children, at North River, prisoners escaped; Mrs. Draper, Jr., at North River, prisoner escaped; Henry Leonard, at North River, prisoner escaped.
  
 The prisoners included [[Mary Draper Ingles|Mary Ingles]] (here called English), her two children, Thomas and George, and her sister-in-law,​ Bettie. [[William Ingles|William]],​ Mary's husband, was away at the time and was not captured. The prisoners included [[Mary Draper Ingles|Mary Ingles]] (here called English), her two children, Thomas and George, and her sister-in-law,​ Bettie. [[William Ingles|William]],​ Mary's husband, was away at the time and was not captured.
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