BY Tulsa Tribune
Jun 2, 1921
1/20/13 at 7:37 AM
A final check of the morgues this morning definitely fixed the number of white dead at nine.
F.M. Baker, Marland, Kansas, who died at the Morningside hospital last night at 9:30 o’clock.
Ernest Austin, 39, 10 ½ N. Main street, an employee of the Patho Phonograph Shop, who was previously identified as F.M. Baker: His former home is in Houghton, N.Y. where his aunt, Mrs. Carry Worden lives.
Walter Daggs, manager of the Pierce Oil Corporation of Tulsa.
Arthur Janes, Wynona, Okla.
Cleo Shumate, of Tulsa, son of William Ingersol of Neosha, Kans.
Carl D. Loispeich, 28, Tulsa.
Homer C. Clyne, 16, Tulsa.
S.J. Withrow, 19-years-old, Tulsa.
An unidentified man about 40-years-old at the Mitchell-Fleming undertaking parlor.
John Wheeler, negro porter, First National bank. Killed while on his way to work Wednesday morning. He was struck by a stray bullet and killed instantly.
Dr. A.C. Jackson, shot to death while running from his burning home. He was one of Tulsa’s most prominent negro physician and surgeon.
William Turner 35, shot through abdomen; died at Morningside hospital last night.
George Jeffery or Jefferies, 36; shot through abdomen; died in Morningside hospital last night.
Sregg Alexander, 26, shot in back; died at Morningside hospital last night.