|Last Name||First Name||Town||Remarks|
|Bannan||Mike||Turkey Run||AOH member|
|Barratt||Pat||Raven Run||AOH member|
Hanged at Pottsville on January 16, 1879, for the murder of Patrick Burns in Silver Creek
|Berrigan||Jack||Mahanoy City||AOH member.|
|Berrigan||Mike||Mahanoy City||AOH member.|
|Boyle||Andrew||Storm Hill||County Treasurer|
|Boyle||Barney||Summit Hill||AOH member
Convicted of committing perjury in Yost trial while testifying on behalf of James Boyle. Sentenced to three years in prison.
|Boyle||Condy||Summit Hill||AOH member|
|Boyle||James||Storm Hill, Lansford,
Born in Schuylkill County about 1852 of immigrant parents from Donegal. Worked at the No. 5 Colliery in the Panther Creek Valley, for the Lehigh & Wilkes-Barre Coal Company. Hanged at Pottsville on June 21, 1877, for the murder of Benjamin Yost.
|Boyle||James||Summit Hill||AOH Bodymaster.
|Boyle||Jamie||Executed in Pottsville.|
|Boyle||John||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Boyle||John||Storm Hill||AOH member|
|Boyle||Kate||16year old wife of James Boyle.
Perjured herself in behalf of her husband at the Munley trial. Sentenced to two and a half years in prison.
|Bradley||James||Conspirator on the murder of Alexander Rea 10/17/1868/|
|Bradley||Pat||Lost Creek||AOH Treasurer|
|Brennan||Andy||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Brennan||Frank||Buck Mountain||AOH Treasurer|
|Brennan||James||Buck Mountain||AOH member|
|Brennan||Paddy||Summit Hill||Witnessed the murder of Gomer James.|
|Breslin||Ellen||Summit Hill||Testified in Alec Campbell's behalf.|
|Breslin||Patrick||Summit Hill||AOH member|
|Burk||Anthony||Connor's Patch||AOH member|
|Burk||Mike||Connor's Patch||AOH member|
|Burke||Pat||Lost Creek||AOH Secretary|
|Burke||Tom||Connor's Patch||AOH member|
|Burns||Peter||Silver Brook||AOH Bodymaster|
|Butler||James||Lost Creek||AOH member|
Turned states evidence when on trial for conspiracy to reward Thomas Hurley for killing Gomer James. Sectenced to two years in prison.
|Callaghan||William||Mahanoy Plane||AOH member|
|Callahan||P. F.||Pleasant Valley||AOH Bodymaster|
|Campbell||Alexander||Storm Hill||AOH Treasurer and Bodymaster.
Cell #14 Carbon County Jail. Born in Dungloe, County Donegal, in 1833. Came to the United States in 1868. Worked in the mines for a year and a half, then opened a hotel, the Columbia House in Tamaqua. Moved to Summit Hill, where he opened another tavern. Hanged at Mauch Chunk on June 21, 1877, for the murders of Morgan Powell and John P. Jones.
|Campbell||Bryan||Ashland||Accused conspirator in the murder of Alexander Rea 10/17/1868|
|Campbell||James||Junction||AOH County Treasurer|
|Campbell||James||Tamaqua||Returned to Ireland after Alexander Campbell's hanging.|
|Campbell||John||Tuscarora||Miner. Convicted of the second-degree murder of F.W. Langdon and sentenced to five years in prison.|
|Campbell||Michael||Audenreid||Convicted of aggravated assault in a fight at William's Hotel.|
|Campbell||Teague||Tamaqua||Fled the coal region after his brother's execution (Alex Campbell).|
|Canning||Dennis||Locust Gap||AOH Bodymaster Convicted in the Thomas and Major conspiracy cases, and sentenced to seven years in prison on each count. Later turned state's evidence, testifying for the prosecution in the trials of Dennis Donnelly and Peter McManus. Died in prison while seriving a fourteen-year sentence for participation in the murder of Frederick Hesser.|
|Carolan||Michael||Wiggans Patch||AOH member|
|Carroll||James||Tamaqua||AOH Secretary. Born about 1837 near Wilkes-Barre in Luzerne County, of parents who emigrated from Ireland. Married a niece of Margaret O'Donnell, matriarch of the extended Donegal-born family of Wiggans Patch. Moved in 1872 to Tamaqua, Schuylkill County, where he opened a hotel, the Washington House. Took over Alexander Campbell's saloon in Tamaqua, when Campbell moved to Summit Hill. The assassination of Benjamin F. Yost was allegedly planned in Carroll's saloon. Hanged at Pottsville on June 21, 1877, for his role in the Yost case.|
|Carroll||William||Chairman of Clan NA Gael|
|Cary||Tony||Finger Board||AOH member|
|Casey||John||Saint Claire||AOH member|
|Casey||Patrick||Jackson's Patch||AOH member|
|Chapman||Dennis||Honeybrook||Involved in the murder of Frank Langdon.|
|Clarke||Owen||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Clarke||Thomas||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Coleman||John||Mt. Laffee||AOH Bodymaster|
|Collins||Patsey||Palo Alto||AOH Bodymaster|
|Condon||Richard||Port Carbon||AOH Secretary|
|Connory||Patrick "Derrick"||Connor's Patch|
|Conway||Morris||Big Mine Run||AOH Treasurer|
|Corrigan||Mike||Jackson's Patch||AOH member|
Murdered by Gomer James in 1873.
|Coyle||Edward||Shenandoah||WBA organizer mysteriously killed 1/15/1875 at Plank Ridge Colliery.|
|Curry||James||Mahanoy Plane||AOH member|
|Dalton||Jack||Conspirator on the murder of Alexander Rea 10/17/1868.|
|Dalton||Pat||Lanigan's Patch||AOH member|
Assigened to kill John P. Jones with James McKenna.
|Darrian||Pat||Storm Hill||AOH member|
|Dolan||Barney||Big Mine Run||AOH Member. County delegate for Schuylkill County prior to John Kehoe.|
|Dolan Sr.||Patrick||Big Mine Run||AOH Bodymaster. Convicted of conspiracy to reward Thomas Hurley for the murder of Gomer James and sentenced to eighteen months in prison.|
|Donahoe||Matthew||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Donahoe||Patrick||Mahanoy City||Saloon Keeper|
|Donahue||John "Yellow Jack"||Tuscarora||AOH bodymaster. Convicted in the Thomas, Major, and James conspiracy cases.
Hanged at Mauch Chunk for his role in the murder of Morgan Powell on June 21, 1877.
Cell #12 Carboon County Jail.
|Donahue||Thomas||Ashland||Saloon owner in Ashland where murder of Alexander Rea was planned.|
|Donlan||Barney||Big Mine Run||AOH member
County delegate from Schuylkill County.
|Donnelley||Chris||Mt. Laffee||County Treasurer|
|Donnelley||Christopher||Schuylkill Co.||AOH Treasurer. Convicted in the Thomas, Major, and James conspiracy trials. Sentenced to two seven-year prison terms in the first two cases and a two-year term in the third.|
|Donnelley||Dennis "Bucky"||Raven Run||AOH Bodymaster.
Hanged at Pottsville on June 11, 1878, for Sanger-Uren murders.
|Donohoe||John||Mahanoy Plane||AOH Treasurer|
|Donohoe||Thomas||Finger Board||AOH member|
|Donohue||John "Long John||Tuscarora|
|Dooley||Dennis||Mt. Laffee||AOH member|
|Dooley||Martin||Locust Dale||AOH member|
|Dooley||Patrick||Locust Gap||AOH Bodymaster|
Owner of Sheridan House in Pootsville, where McParlan went on his arrival in the coal fields.
|Dougherty||Daniel||Mahanoy City||AOH member
Acquitted of the murder of George Major.
Convicted of the second-degree murder of F.W. Langdon and sentenced to nine years in prison. He is buried in St. Jerome's, Tamaqua.
|Downey||Daniel||Lanigan's Patch||AOH member|
|Doyle||John||Mt. Laffee||AOH member|
|Doyle||Michael||Shenandoah||AOH member. An alleged participant in the shooting of William "Bully Bill" Thomas and the murders of Thomas Sanger and William Uren. Fled the anthracite region and was never captured.|
|Doyle||Michael J.||Mt. Laffee||AOH member. Born in Mt. Laffee of Irish parents. Worked at the No. 5 Colliery in the Panther
Creek Valley, for the Lehigh & Wilkes-Barre Coal Company.
Hanged at Mauch Chunk on June 21, 1877 for the murder of John P. Jones.
Cell #12 Carbon County Jail.
|Doyle||Pat||Mt. Laffee||AOH member|
|Duffy||James||Convicted of committing perjury in the Yost trial while testifying on behalf of Thomas Duffy. Presumably a relative of the latter, hence with some connection to Donegal. Sentenced to two and a half years in prison.|
|Duffy||Thomas||Tamaqua||AOH member. Born about 1852 in County Donegal. Came to the United States with his
parents as a child. Lived at Buckville, two miles from Tamaqua, Schuylkill County. Worked
as an engineer at the Buckville Colliery, owned by the PRCI.
Hanged at Pottsville on June 21, 1877, for his role in the murder of John P. Jones.
|Dugan||Hugh||Nesquehoning||Testified in Alexander Campbell's behalf.|
|Dugan||James||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Dugan||Matthew||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Dugan||William||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Dunleavy||Frank||Lost Creek||AOH member|
|Dunleavy||Mike||Lost Creek||AOH member|
|Durkin||William||Port Blauchard||AOH Bodymaster|
|Eagan||William||Conner's Patch||AOH member|
|Fergus||Edward||Big Mine Run|
|Fisher||P. D.LL||Summit Hill||AOH member|
|Fisher||Thomas||Carbon County||AOH delegate. Born in County Donegal in 1837. Came to the United States in 1849. Worked
in the mines at Summit Hill, Carbon County, before opening the Rising Sun Hotel there in 1872.
Active in Democratic politics, he served as the AOH county delegate for Carbon County.
Hanged at Mauch Chunk on March 28, 1878, for the murder of Morgan Powell.
Cell #8 Carbon County Jail.
|Flannery||Pat||Saint Claire||AOH member|
|Gallagher||Barney||Borrowed Alex Campbell's pistol from August 15 to November 1876.|
|Gallagher||Captain||Leader at Pittsburgh.|
|Gallagher||James||Buck Mountain||AOH Bodymaster|
|Gallagher||James||Summit Hill||AOH member|
|Gallagher||P. C.||Wilkes-Barre||AOH Bodymaster|
|Gaughan||John||Raven Run||Fired by the Heaton brothers.
Thomas Sanger was targeted for this.
|Gavin||William||Big Mine Run||AOH Secetary|
|Gibbons||John||Sugar Notch||AOH member
Sentenced to seven years in prison for conspiring to murder William "Bully Bill" Thomas.
|Gormerly||William||St. Nicholas||AOH Bodymaster|
|Harvey||James||Buck Mountain||Post Master and Secretary.|
|Hassett||William||Raven Run||AOH member|
|Hester||Pat||Junction||Born in County Roscommon in 1825. Emigrated to the United States in 1846, settling at Minersville, Schuylkill County. Moved to Locust Gap Junction, Northumberland County, where he opened a hotel and tavern, the Junction House. Active in local Democratic politics, he served in the positions of school director and tax collector in Northumberland County, and was the county's most prominent AOH leader. Executed at Bloomsburg, Columbia County, on March 25, 1878, for the murder of Alexander Rea.|
|Higgins||Mary Ann||Sister-inlaw of James Kerrigan.
Sweetheart of James McKenna.
|Hurley||Thomas||Wiggans Patch||AOH Secretary. Alleged to have killed Gomer James and to have participated in the attempted murder of "Bully Bill" Thomas and James Johns as well as the plans to assassinate Sanger and Uren. Fled the anthracite district and was never captured. Michael O'Brien, Christopher Donnelly, John "Yellow Jack" Donahue, James Roarity, and Patrick Dolan, Sr., were jailed for conspiring to reward Hurley for killing Gomer James.|
|Hyland||Bridget||Convicted for perjury in the Munley trial. Sentenced to two and a half years in prison.|
|Kalbfus||Daniel||Mauch Chunk||Lawyer and AOH defense Attorney.
Went insane years latter.
|Kane||Edward||Silver Creek||AOH Secretary|
|Kane||Jeremiah||Mount Laffee||AOH Bodymaster. Alleged participant in the conspiracy to reward Thomas Hurley for the murder of Gomer James. Fled the anthracite region and was never captured.|
Fugitive from justice.
|Kehoe||Ed||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Kehoe||John "Black Jack"||Girardville||AOH county delegate called "King of the Mollies". Born in County Wicklow, Ireland, in
1837. Came to Schuylkill County with his family in 1850. Married Mary Ann O'Donnell, a
native of Gweedore, County Donegal, in 1866. Worked first as a miner and went into the
tavern-keeping business in 1870. Served two terms as high constable of the borough of
Girardville, where he ran the Hibernia House tavern. Related by marriage to the
O'Donnell family of Wiggans Patch. Convicted and jailed in the Thomas and Major conspiracy
trials. Was hanged at Pottsville on December 18, 1878, for the murder of F.W. Langdon in 1862.
He was Pardoned my Gov. Shapp in 1979.
|Kehoe||Pat||Lanigan's Patch||AOH member|
|Kelly||Daniel||Girardville||(a.k.a. Manus Cull and "Kelly the Bum"). Informer. Born in County Donegal in 1842. Came to the United States in 1865. Self-confessed murderer of Alexander Rea, turned state's evidence as the chief witness of the prosecution in the trials of Patrick Hester, Peter McHugh, and Patrick Tully for the murder of Alexander Rea, and the trial of Charles Sharp for the murder of George K. Smith. Was never tried for his own part in the Rea case.|
|Kelley||David||Wild Cat Run||AOH Bodymaster|
|Kelly||Edward||Mount Laffee||AOH Member. Born in Mount Laffee, Schuylkill County, of Irish parents. Hanged at Mauch Chunk on June 21, 1877, for the murder of Benjamin Yost.|
|Kerrigan||Fanny||Tamaqua||Wife of James Kerrigan who testified againsthim for hanging innocent men.|
|Kerrigan||James "Squealer||Tamaqua||AOH Bodymaster. "Powder Keg". Informer. Born near Tuscarora, Schuylkill County, about 1845. Served in the Union army during the Civil War. Worked at the Alaska collieries, Tamaqua. Self-confessed participant in the assassinations of Benjamin Yost and John P. Jones. Appeared as the chief witness for the prosecution in the trials of James Carroll et al., Alexander Campbell, John Kehoe et al., John "Yellow Jack" Donahue, James McDonnell, and Charles Sharp. Was never tried for his own part in the killings of Yost and Jones. Lived after the trials in exile in Richmond, Virginia, under the name of his wife's family. Died in Manchester, Virginia, on October 1, 1898.|
|Killday||James||Silver Run||AOH member|
|Kinney||John||Glen Carbon||AOH member|
|L'Velle||Martin||Pottsville||Defense Attorney for the Molly Maguires.|
|Lafferty||Roger||Conspirator on the murder of Alexander Rea 10/17/1868.|
|Laughlin||Owen||Plank Road||AOH Bodymaster|
|Laville||Arthur||Fish Back||AOH member|
|Laville||John||New York||AOH member|
|Lawler||Ed||Pottsville||Nephew of Muff Lawler.|
|Lawler||Michael "Muff"||Shenandoah||AOH Member. Informer. Saloon-keeper. Implicated in the killings of Sanger and Uren, he turned state's evidence and testified for the prosecution. Convicted as an accessory after the fact in the Sanger-Uren case and sent to prison.|
|Leonard||John||Lanigan's Patch||AOH member|
|Love||William||Alledged murderer of Squire Gwyther.|
|Lowery||Mike||Turkey Run||AOH member|
|Maguire||Hugh||Storm Hill||AOH member|
|Maguire||Neil||Storm Hill||AOH member|
|Mahoney||Florence||Turkey Run||AOH Bodymaster|
|Malloy||John||AOH Member. Alleged accessory to the murder of Morgan Powell, acquitted.|
|McAlinden||John||Fowler's Patch||AOH member|
|McAllister||Charles||Wiggans Patch||John Kehoe's in-law. Suspect in the Sanger-Uren killings. Escaped from Wiggan's Patch when vigilantes attacked his home on December 10, 1875, killing his wife, Ellen (nee O'Donnell), a sister of John Kehoe's wife. Mistakingly arrested instead of his brother James for the Sanger-Uren murders, but released when his case came to trial in September 1876. Imprisoned for the attempted murder of James Riles.|
|McAllister||Ellen||Wiggans Patch||Murdered by Modocs.|
|McAllister||James||Alleged murderer of Sanger-Uren. A target of the vigilante attack at Wiggan's Patch on December 10, 1875, he fled the anthracite region and was never captured.|
|McCahill||Condy||Buck Mountain||AOH member|
|McCahill||Mike||Buck Mountain||AOH member|
|McCann||John||Alleged murder of George Major.|
|McClusky||Patrick||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|McColl||Charles||Buck Mountain||AOH member|
|McCool||James||Resident of Carbon County Jail.|
|McCool||Patrick||Beaver Dale||AOH Bodymaster|
|McDermott||Mike||Lanigan's Patch||AOH member|
|McDonnell||James "Hairy Man"||Tuscarora||Hanged at Mauch Chunk on January 14, 1879, for the murder of George K. Smith in 1863. Testified for the prosecution in the 1878 trial of Martin Bergin for the murder of Patrick Burns, but if he expected a commutation of his sentence in return, none was forthcoming.|
|McDonnell||John||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|McDonnell||Thomas||Shoemaker's Pat||AOH member|
|McGee||Columbus||Honeybrook||AOH Bodymaster. Accused and acquitted of killing F.W. Langdon in 1862, along with his brother Michael. A native of west Donegal.|
|McGee||Michael||Acquitted of killing F.W. Langdon in 1862.|
|McGeehan||Hugh||Summit Hill||AOH member. Kept a saloon at Summit Hill. Born about 1852 in Carrickfin, County Donegal. Emigrated to the United States with his family as a child. Worked for the mine superintendent John P. Jones, who blacklisted him. The prosecution alleged that he had participated in the Yost killing in the understanding that the favor would be returned by the murder of Jones. Hanged at Pottsville on June 21, 1877, for the murder of Benjamin Yost.|
|McGettigan||James||Mahaony Plane||AOH Secretary|
|McGinley||Teague||Mauch Chunk||AOH Secretary|
|McGinty||James||Buck Mountain||AOH member|
|McGinty||James||Mahanoy City||Saloon keeper|
|McGlinn||John||Buck Mountain||AOH member|
|McGrady||Pat||Locust Gap||AOH member|
|McGuire||Hugh||Storm Hill||AOH member|
|McHugh||Cornelius T.||Carbon County||AOH bodymaster and president of the Summit Hill chapter of the Workers Benevolent Association (WBA). Informer. Tried in 1876 for the killing of Morgan Powell, he turned state's evidence and helped convict Alexander Campbell of the crime.|
|McHugh||Frank||Mahanoy City||AOH Secretary. Informer. Born in Tamaqua in 1856 or 1857. Worked as a mine laborer in Mahanoy City. Charged with conspiracy to murder William "Bully Bill" Thomas, he turned state's evidence and testified against his codefendants. Convicted in the Thomas case with a recommendation of mercy from the jury, he was later released.|
|McHugh||Mike||Big Mine Run||AOH member|
|Born in Ireland (probably Donegal) in 1834, moved to England as a child, and came to the United States in 1864. Settled in Northumberland County, where he lived until his arrest, except for an eight-month stay in Rhode Island in 1872. Hanged at Bloomsburg on March 25, 1878 for the murder of Alexander Rea.|
|McKanna||Frank||Storm Hill||AOH member|
|McKanna||Mike||Storm Hill||AOH member|
|McKenna||Pat||Houtzdale||AOH Bodymaster. Convicted of the second-degree murder of Morgan Powell and sentenced to nine years in prison.|
|McLaughlin||Patrick||Connor's Patch||Saloon keeper.|
|McManus||Peter||Coal Run||AOH Bodymaster. Hanged at Sunbury, Northumberland County on October 9, 1879 for the murder of Frederick Hesser in 1874. The twentieth and last Molly Maguire to be executed.|
|McNellis||Jake||Storm Hill||AOH member|
|McQuail||Pat||New Philadelphia||AOH Bodymaster|
|Mill||Frank||Saint Claire||AOH member|
|Monaghan||Ned||Shenandoah||AOH member and Shenandoah policeman convicted in "Bully Bill" shooting. Sentenced to seven years in prison.|
|Monahan||Ed Jr.||Shenandoah||AOH member|
|Monahan||Ed Sr.||Shenandoah||AOH member|
|Moran||James||Mt. Laffee||AOH member|
|Morris||John||Shenandoah||AOH member. Born in Pittston in November 1855, the first American born child of parents who had recently emigrated from County Mayo. Sentenced to seven years in prison for conspiring to murder William "Bully Bill" Thomas.|
|Muldooney||William||Conspirator in the murder of Alexander Rea.|
|Mulhearn||Charles||Tamaqua||AOH member. Informer. Convicted in 1876 in the Major conspiracy case, but had his sentence postponed when he turned state's evidence. Admitted his part in the killing of Morgan Powell in 1871 and implicated Alexander Campbell, John "Yellow Jack" Donahue, and Thomas Fisher, against whome he testified in court.|
|Mulhearn||Edward||Mauch Chunk||AOH Secretary|
|Mulhearn||Edward||Mauch Chunk||AOH defense attorney|
|Mullaghan||Hugh||Colorado Collie||AOH member|
|Mullen||Mike||Hyde Park||AOH Bodymaster|
|Mullhearn||J. T.||Summit Hill||AOH member|
|Mundy||Andrew||Lost Creek||AOH member|
|Munley||Anthony||Lost Creek||AOH member|
|Munley||Thomas||Gilberton||AOH Treasurer. Born in Tallaughn, parish of Kilcommon, County Mayo, in 1845. Came to the United States in 1864. Went first to Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where members of his father's family lived at the time. Moved to Gilberton, Schuylkill County, where he lived until the time of his arrest. Worked at the Draper Colliery, but was unemployed when arrested. Hanged at Pottsville on June 21, 1877, for the murder of Sanger and Uren.|
|Murphy||Mike||Big Mine Run||AOH Secretary|
|Nash||Martin||Brother of Phillip Nash|
|O'Brien||James||New York||AOH member|
|O'Brien||Michael||Mahanoy City||AOH Bodymaster. Convicted in the Thomas, Major, and James conspiracy trials, and sentenced to seven years in prison in the first case, five years in the second, and two years in the third.|
|O'Brien||Mike||Mahanoy City||AOH Bodymaster|
|O'Brien||Mike Jr.||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|O'Donnell||Charles||Alleged participant in the Sanger-Uren killings. Killed at Wiggans Patch in 1875 by the Modocs. Buried in St. Jeromes Cemetery, Tamaqua|
|O'Donnell||Jack||Summit Hill||AOH member|
|O'Donnell||James "Friday"||Alleged participant in the Sanger-Uren killings. Member of the O'Donnell family from Gweedore, County Donegal. Brother of Ellen McAllister and Charles O'Donnell, both of whom were killed by vigilantes at Wiggan's Patch on December 10, 1875, and of Mary Ann Kehoe. James O'Donnell fled the anthracite region after the Wiggan's Patch incident and was never captured.|
|O'Donnell||Mike||Summit Hill||AOH member|
|O'Donnell||Patrick||AOH member. Convicted of the second-degree murder of Morgan Powell and sentenced to five years in prison. (Another Patrick O'Donnell, a cousin of the family living in Wiggans Patch, spent some time in the anthracite region in the late 1870's, before returning to Ireland and killing James Carey, the informer in the sensational Phoenix Park assassinations of May 1882).|
|O'Neil||Francis||Saint Claire||AOH Bodymaster. Sentenced to two years in prison for conspiring to reward Thomas Hurley for the murder of Gomer James.|
|O'Neil||John||Convicted of the Fred Hesser murder, his sentence was commuted to life in prison on the grounds that he was feebleminded.|
|O'Reagan||Jack||Saint Claire||AOH member|
|Padden||Pat||Connor's Patch||AOH member|
|Rafferty||Pat||Locust Gap||AOH member|
|Ramsey||James||Mahanoy Plane||AOH member|
|Reilley||Jeremiah||Chartered 1st AOH in Cass Township in 1836.|
|Reilly||James||Pottsville||AOH defense attoryney|
|Roach||Mike||Shoemaker's Pat||AOH member|
|Roach||Pat||Saint Claire||AOH member|
|Roarity||James||Coaldale||AOH Bodymaster. Born near Dungloe, County Donegal, in 1845. Worked for five years as a stonemason's helper in Scotland. Emigrated to the United States in 1869. Settled first at Allentown, Pennsylvania, then moved to Coaldale in June 1869. Worked there as a laborer in the No. 10 Colliery of the Lehigh and Wilkes-Barre Coal Company. Convicted in the Thomas, Major, and James conspiracy trials. Hanged at Pottsville on June 21, 1877 , for his role in the murder of Benjamin Yost.|
|Rock||Martin||Raven Run||AOH member|
|Rodgers||Hugh||Wiggans Patch||AOH member|
|Rodgers||Hugh S.||Pottsville||AOH member|
|Ryon||John||Pottsville||AOH defense attorney|
|Sharp||Charles||Hanged at Mauch Chunk on January 14, 1879, for the murder of George K. Smith in 1863.|
|Sheridan||Mike||Mahanoy City||AOH member|
|Siney||John||Saint Claire||Labor leader, 1st president of WBA.|
|Slattery||John J.||Tuscarora||AOH Bodymaster. Informer. Convicted in the Major conspiracy case but turned informer during the trial, so his sentence was postponed. Testified for the prosecution in the trial of "Yellow Jack" Donahue for the killing of Morgan Powell. Implicated John Kehoe in extensive political corruption. Also testified against Martin Bergin in 1878, when Bergin stood trial for the murder of Patrick Burns.|
|Smith||M. A.||Plymouth||AOH member|
|Stanton||John||Barnesville||Tried and acquitted in the Thomas and Major conspiracy cases.|
|Sweeney||John||Summit Hill||AOH member|
|Sweeney||Mike||Big Mine Run||AOH member|
|Tamminy||John||Buck Mountain||AOH member|
|Tully||Patrick||Glen Carbon||Born in the parish of Drughn, County Cavan, on December 17, 1830. Emigrated to Scotland in 1844, and came to the United States in 1854 or 1863 (or possibly both). Lived in turn in Reading, Berks County; Glen Carbon, Schuylkill County; and Centralia, Columbia County, settling in the latter in 1865. Hanged at Bloomsburg on March 25, 1878, for the murder of Alexander Rea.|
|Tyrell||P.||Trenton, NJ||County Delegate|
|Ward||Margin||Saint Claire||AOH member|
|Welsh||John F.||Successor to John Siney as president of the WBA.|