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Significant events that happened (or will happen) on November 22.
- 1904 – Civil suits amounting to more than $15,000 are filed against J. Samuel McCue. The plaintiffs included Jefferson National Bank who sought $8,000. 
- 1924 – John A. Brown shot and killed Henry Robertson when the latter came to the door of Brown's Schuyler Moon house near Scottsville. Robertson asked for food and would not leave when asked. Brown was arraigned and released on bail of $500. Scottsville Mayor Jackson Beal served as coroner. 
- 1947 – Opening statements are given in Madison County Circuit Court in the trial of 15-year-old Floyd Butler, accused of murdering his father on September 6. Butler is represented by Charlottesville attorneys E.C. Wingfield and John M. Hamlet, Jr. 
- 1962 – Fannie Flemming, 79, after a fire at her home at 433 South Sixth Street 
- ↑ Web. Civil Suits Against M'Cue, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, November 22, 1904, retrieved November 22, 2022. Print. November 22, 1904 page 1.
- ↑ Web. "Ghost House" is Scene of Killing of an Intruder, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, November 24, 1924, retrieved November 24, 2022. Print. page 1.
- ↑ Web. , Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family
- ↑ Web. Aged Woman Dies After Home Burns, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, November 22, 1940, retrieved November 22, 2022. Print. November 22, 1940 page 1.
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