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Ingham County Genealogical Society includes Mason Michigan Democrat Newspaper Index 1876-1915; Dobie Road Cemetery Tombstone Readings; and Maple Grove Cemetery Burial Permit Index 1932-2005 (city of Mason)Iosco County: Indexes to Iosco County Michigan Death Records 1867-2003 compiled by the Huron Shores Genealogical Society - also includes cemetery transcriptions and many other Iosco County records indexes Kent County: Death Notices and Obituaries Index for the Grand Rapids Press and Herald 1910 to present (you can order copies of the obituaries for a fee) also has indexes for deaths, marriages, a funeral home and more Kent County: Burials in 8 Grand Rapids City Cemeteries includes Fairplains Cemetery, Fulton Street Cemetery, Greenwood Cemetery, Oakgrove Cemetery, Oakhill North Cemetery, Oakhill South Cemetery, Woodlawn East Cemetery and Woodlawn West Cemetery Ottawa County: Holland Sentinel Vital Records and Obituaries Indexes Vital records indexes include death notices, obituaries, birth announcements and other items.
The city of Holland is in Ottawa and Allegan Counties.
The Conference brings together 30 inmates who were freed from death row because of innocence.
The first established death penalty laws date as far back as the Eighteenth Century B. in the Code of King Hammaurabi of Babylon, which codified the death penalty for 25 different crimes.
By the end of the century, the world would see the countries of Venezuela, Portugal, Netherlands, Costa Rica, Brazil and Ecuador follow suit. In 1838, in an effort to make the death penalty more palatable to the public, some states began passing laws against mandatory death sentencing instead enacting discretionary death penalty statutes.
In the following century, William the Conqueror would not allow persons to be hanged or otherwise executed for any crime, except in times of war.
Executions were carried out for such capital offenses as marrying a Jew, not confessing to a crime, and treason.
The number of capital crimes in Britain continued to rise throughout the next two centuries.
(Bohm, 1999) During the Civil War, opposition to the death penalty waned, as more attention was given to the anti-slavery movement.
After the war, new developments in the means of executions emerged.