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April 1, 2021 / Joanne Yeck

Buckingham County Crimes: The Murder of Meade Hanes, Part XII

Courtesy Times-Dispatch.

 

Need to catch up? Click here to begin the series: Buckingham County Crimes: The Murder of Meade Hanes, Part I

 

By May 14, 1913, Richmond’s Times-Dispatch reported news of the upcoming trial of Mott Glover. This headline introduced a short article:

TRIAL OF GLOVER SET FOR JUNE 19

Defense Probably Will Attempt to Show Hanes’s Slayer Insane at the Time of Shooting.

[Special to The Times-Dispatch]

Buckingham, Va. , May 13. — The case against Mott Glover, charged with killing young Meade Hanes on May 5, was called in the Circuit Court here to-day, and June 19 was set for the time of the trial, at which time Judge Hundley will hold a special term of the Circuit Court here.

Congressman Flood and Senator Gayle will appear for the defense, and Commonwealth’s Attorney E. W. Hubard will be assisted in prosecution by Aubrey E. Stroud. It was clear from what was said in court that the defense will try to prove that Mott Glover was insane at the time of the shooting. Congressman Flood and Aubrey E. Stroud were both here to-day.

Judge Hundley, Congressman Flood, Commonwealth’s Attorney E. W. Hubbard, and Aubrey E. Stroud are familiar names at Slate River Ramblings.

Judge George Jefferson Hundley was a key player in “The Famous Forbes Case,” among other criminal trials in Buckingham County. Click here to read his profile: EXTRA: Judge George Jefferson Hundley

Strode, Flood, and E. W. Hubard had long appeared in the Buckingham County Court, including arguing the 1904 arson case against Cliff Wooldridge. To read the entire story, start here: The Famous Forbes Case of Buckingham County: Part I

Click here for a profile of Congressman Flood: Extra: Henry De La Warr “H. D.” Flood (2 September 1865 – 8 December 1921)

Aubrey Ellis Strode defended the men who were accused of murdering the Stewart brothers in 1909. Follow this link for his profile: The 1909 Buckingham Murders: EXTRA # 2

 

Coming Next: Buckingham County Crimes: The Murder of Meade Hanes, Part XIII

 

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