ALS, IHi. Speed had sold his store on January 1, 1841, and two or three months later had gone home to the Speed plantation near Louisville, Kentucky.
 For a more complete account see infra, ``Remarkable Case of Arrest for Murder,'' April 15, 1846.
 Probably William H. Myer.
 James W. Keyes, at the time postmaster at Springfield.
 Probably Charles Stice, postmaster at Greenbush, near where Trailor lived.
 Josiah Wickersham and James Maxcy were deputy sheriffs.
 Addison and Horace Hickox operated a mill on Spring Creek.
 Dr. Elias H. Merryman.
 William L. May, mayor, and William Lavely, justice of the peace.
 Josiah Lamborn.
 Stephen T. Logan.
 Edward D. Baker.
 Wharton Ransdell, tavern keeper.
 Andrew J. Galloway, Egbert M. Mallory.
 James R. Langford, carpenter and joiner.
 Ellis Hart.
 Mary Todd.
 Sarah A. Rickard, sister-in-law of William Butler, who made her home with the Butlers.