List of familicides in Europe

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This is a list of familicides that occurred in Europe. Being part of the list of rampage killers, the latter's terms of inclusion are also applied here.

A rampage killer has been defined as follows:

A rampage involves the (attempted) killing of multiple persons least partly in public space by a single physically present perpetrator using (potentially) deadly weapons in a single event without any cooling-off period.[1]

This list should contain every case with at least one of the following features:

  • Rampage killings with 6 or more dead
  • Rampage killings with at least 4 people killed and least ten victims overall (dead plus injured)
  • Rampage killings with at least 2 people killed and least 12 victims overall (dead plus injured)
  • An incidence of rampage killing shall not be included in this list if it does not include at least two people killed.
  • In all cases the perpetrator is not counted among those killed or injured.

All abbreviations used in the table are explained below.

Rampage killers[edit]

Perpetrator Date Year Location State Killed Injured W Additional Notes Ref.
1. Menci, Angiolo, 42 05.11 May 11 1900 Castiglion Fiorentino Italy
10
3
FMAO Arrested
Killed numerous animals
[2] Vic: Wife, three children, mother, aunt, uncle, friend, five neighbors; Occ: Farmer; W: Rifle, axe, hands, arson, well, water; Non-fam: 3 dead 3 injured
2. Girerd, Roger, 34* 05.20 May 20 1965 Charvieu-Chavagneux France
10
0.1
0
FM Committed suicide
Also killed a dog
[3] Vic: mother, brother, wife, six children, niece; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
3. Brückner, Wilhelm, 31* 06.06 June 6/7 1925 Hassenberg &
Lindenberg
German Reich
9
01
1
 M Committed suicide Vic: mother, wife, sister, two brothers-in-law, five nephews/nieces; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
4. Bihl, Christoff* 08.25 Aug. 25 1580 Zabern Holy Roman Empire
9
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to death and executed [4] Vic: nine children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
5. Austin, Thomas* 1694 Cullompton U.K.
9
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to death and executed [5] Vic: wife, two children, aunt, five nephews/nieces; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
5.9 Az 01.32 1599.9 Az Az 20.9 20.9 Zz
6. Kisselef, ---* 03.15 March 15 1912 Shenkursk Russian Empire
8–9
0.0
?
 M [6] Vic: wife, seven/eight children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
7. King, Leonard, 40* 09.18 Sep. 18 1954 Shotton U.K.
8
01
1
 MP Committed suicide
Also killed a dog
[7] Vic: wife, eight children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
8. Eisenbeiß, Hans, 42 04.28 April 28 1606 Eliasbrunn Holy Roman Empire
8
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to death and executed
Killed an unborn child
[8] Vic: wife, six children, maidservant; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
9. Thode, Timm, 23 08.07 Aug. 7/8 1866 Groß-Campen German Confederation
8
0.1
0
 MA Sentenced to death and executed
Also killed a dog and wounded another
[9] Vic: parents, five siblings, maidservant; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
10. Diószegi, Flórián 08.21 Aug. 21 1893 Hódmezővásárhely Austria-Hungary
8
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to life imprisonment [10] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
10.9 Bz 02.32 1799.9 Bz Bez 20.9 20.9 Zz
11. Schützenhöfer, Barbara* 12.00? Dec. 1915 Dörfl German Reich
8
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [11] Vic: mother, seven children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
12. Baysang, Charles* 04.08 April 8 1922 Durlinsdorf France
8
0.1
0
 M Arrested [12] Vic: wife, seven children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
13. Lambrecht, Karl, 52* 06.06 June 6 1934 Aichhalden German Reich
8
0.1
0
Committed suicide [13] Vic: wife, seven children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
14. Kecinski, Harry, 44* 04.20 April 20/21 1970 Fahrdorf West Germany
8
0.1
0
F Committed suicide [14] Vic: wife, seven children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
15. Belov, Oleg Petrovich, 51*
(Олег Петрович Белов)
04.20 Jul. 27/
Aug. 3
2015 Nizhny Novgorod Russia
8
0.1
0
M Sentenced to life imprisonment
Killed an unborn child
[15][better source needed]
16. Unknown* 01.00 Jan. 1927 Petergof Soviet Union
8
0.0
?
 M [16] Vic: wife, seven children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: Probably none
17. Cedic, Dragan Čedić, Dragan, 31 07.27 July 27 2002 Leskovac Serbia
7
04
4
F Committed suicide [17] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
15.9 Cz 03.32 1859.9 Cz Fiz 20.9 20.9 Zz
18. Staridas, Spyros Athanasios, 33
(Σπυρος Αθανάσιος Σταριδας)
06.28 June 28 1981 Trikala Greece
7
03
3
F Committed suicide [18] Vic: father, grandparents, wife, uncle, aunt, neighbour, three unknown; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
19. Taylor, Frank* 03.07 March 7 1895 London UK
7
01
1
 M Committed suicide [19] Vic: wife, seven children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
20. Giorgi, Nicola, 50 07.20 July 20 1922 Pietrafitta Italy
7
01
1
F Arrested [20] Vic: brother, two sisters, daughter, two nephews, two acquaintances; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
21. Endres, Blasius 08.09 Aug. 9 1585 Wangen im Allgäu Holy Roman Empire
7
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to death and executed
Killed an unborn child
[21] Vic: wife, three children, three servants; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
22. Mosenheuer, Michel* 01.13 Jan. 13 1616 Benterode Holy Roman Empire
7
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [22] Vic: wife, five children, mother-in-law; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
23. Rosenzweig, Heinrich* 01.02 Jan. 2 1621 Quedlinburg Holy Roman Empire
7
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to death and executed [23] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
20.9 Dz 04.32 1879.9 Döz Fz 20.9 20.9 Zz
24. Whitworth, William Henry, 39* 05.18 May 18 1860 Sandown Fort U.K.
7
0.1
0
 M Found not guilty by reason of insanity [24] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
25. Duggan, Walter James* 06.28 June 28 1869 London U.K.
7
0.1
0
 P Committed suicide [25] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
26. Derby, Samuel Hill, 35* 02.00 Feb. 1888 Salford U.K.
7
0
 P Committed suicide [26] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
27. Bienert, J.* 12.14 Dec. 14/15 1903 Meißen German Reich
7
0.1
0
 P Attempted suicide [27] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: Security guard; W: Carbolic acid; Non-fam: None
28. Boronkoff, Ivan* 03.17 March 17 1904 Kotjoff Russian Empire
7
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [28] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
25.9 Ez 05.32 1889.9 Fz Gez 20.9 20.9 Zz
29 Bratz, Alfred, 50* 01.09 Jan. 9 1914 Soldau German Reich
7
0.1
0
FMP Committed suicide
Also killed a dog
[29] Vic: wife, five children, sister; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
30 Cavel, Johann 07.31 July 31 1928 Körmend Hungary
7
0.1
0
F Committed suicide [30] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
31. Larssen, Øyvind, 21* 03.30 March 30 1932 Verdal Norway
7
0.1
0
 MA Arrested [31] Vic: parents, five siblings; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
32. Giebel, Friedrich, 38* 10.19 Oct. 19/20 1940 Mainz German Reich
7
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [32] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
33. Hansen, Peter Christian, 36* 04.14 April 14 1949 Nejede Denmark
7
0.1
0
 M Found not guilty by reason of insanity [33] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
30.9 Gz 06.32 1899.9 Gz Hz 20.9 20.9 Zz
34 Capek, Franz, 41* 10.07 Oct. 7 1956 Waltersdorf Austria
7
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [34] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
35. Antonello, Mauro, 40 10.15 Oct. 15 2002 Chieri Italy
7
0.1
0
F Committed suicide [35] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
36. Unknown* 04.11 April 11 1599 Prüsseln Holy Roman Empire
7
0.0
?
[36] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
37. Unknown* 06.00 June 1927 Zabie Poland
7
0.0
?
F [37] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
38. Wilsdorf, Edmund Hermann* 03.09 March 9/10 1907 Dresden German Reich
6
01
1
F Committed suicide [38] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
35.9 Hz 07.32 1909.9 Hóz Iz 20.9 20.9 Zz
39. Konieczny, Czeslaw, 25* 12.01 Dec. 1/2 1929 Peruschütz Poland
6
01
1
 M Arrested [39] Vic: mother, six siblings; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
40. Schimansky, ---, 41* 04.03 April 3 1930 Merkstein German Reich
6
01
1
 M Arrested [40] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
41. Bardoux, Roger, 33 10.19 Oct. 19 1954 Dun-le-Poëlier France
6
01
1
FMA Committed suicide [41] Vic: parents, wife, three children, neighbour; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
42. Kaya, Hakan, 24* 12.22 Dec. 22 2000 Salzgitter Germany
6
01
1
F Sentenced to life imprisonment
Killed an unborn child
[42] Vic: mother, wife, two brothers, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
43. Petrović, Tomislav, 45 05.29 May 29 2008 Gornja Lipnica & Trstje Bosnia and Herzegovina
6
01
1
F Sentenced to 40 years in prison [43] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
40.9 Kz 08.32 1919.9 Köz Pz 20.9 20.9 Zz
44. Unknown* 1614 Valencia Spain
6
0.1
0
Sentenced to death and executed [44] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: None
45. Rüsau, Johann Georg, 52* 08.15 Aug. 15. 1803 Hamburg German Confederation
6
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to death and executed [45] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
46. Moog, Johann Gottlieb* 08.21 Aug. 21 1817 Frankfurt German Confederation
6
0
 M Committed suicide
Killed an unborn child
[46] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
47. Holzwart, Christian* 12.28 Dec. 28/29 1845 Sudenburg German Confederation
6
0.1
0
 MA Sentenced to death [47] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
48. Brough, Mary Ann, 43* 06.10 June 10 1854 Esher U.K.
6
0.1
0
 M Found not guilty by reason of insanity [48] Vic: six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
49. Unknown* 1856 Livorno Italy
6
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [49] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
45.9 Lz 09.32 1929.9 Lz Rz 20.9 20.9 Zz
50. Rodewald, Eduard, 34* 01.08 Jan. 8 1862 Neu-Sobrusan Austrian Empire
6
0
 M Sentenced to death [50] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
51. Errigo, Giuseppe* 06.00 June 1870 Casa Taverna Italy
6
0
FM Committed suicide [51] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
52. Nill, Bernhard, 34* 05.10 May 10 1885 Bodelshausen German Reich
6
0.1
0
 MA [52] Vic: mother, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
53. Muckelmann, ---* 12.23 Dec. 23 1885 Hamm German Reich
6
0.1
0
 M Arrested [53] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
54. Grosgeorge, Jean-Baptiste, 41* 05.28 May 28 1889 Rougiville France
6
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [54] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
50.9 Müz 10.32 1939.9 Mz Sz 20.9 20.9 Zz
55. Linke, Wilhelm, 36* 08.30 Aug. 30 1905 Kamenz German Reich
6
0.1
0
 MA Arrested [55] Vic: wife, four children, mother-in-law; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
56. Head, Peter R.* 09.22 Sep. 22 1905 Amesbury U.K.
6
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [56] Vic: six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
57. Glaser, Anton, 30* 04.08 April 8/9 1907 Dortmund German Reich
6
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [57] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
58. Nielsen, Maren 07.00 July 1907 Tvis Denmark
6
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [58] Vic:three children, three other children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
59. Bouvier, Alexis-Désiré, 37* 12.11 Dec. 11 1909 Toulon France
6
0.1
0
FM Committed suicide [59] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
55.9 Oz 11.32 1959.9 Nz Zz 20.9 20.9 Zz
60. Zautze, ---* 09.12 Sep. 12 1911 Wassel German Reich
6
0
 M Committed suicide [60] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
61. Dillinger, Heinrich* 02.12 Feb. 12 1912 Reichenbach im Vogtland German Reich
6
0.1
0
F Arrested [61] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
62. Husak, Franz, 44* 02.04 Feb. 4 1913 Prague Austria-Hungary
6
0.1
0
 P Committed suicide [62] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
63. Blaschkowski, Johann, 44 06.17 June 17 1926 Dortmund German Reich
6
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [63] Vic: wife, three children, two acquaintances; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
64. Lewandowski, Leon, 21 02.24? Feb. 24 1927 Groß-Tarpnia Poland
6
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to death [64] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
60.9 Pz 12.32 1969.9 Oz Zz 20.9 20.9 Zz
65. Mitroff, ---, 25* 10.27? Oct. 27 1927 Chamlievo Bulgaria
6
0
 M Arrested [65] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
66. Kozaczek, ---, 20* 08.14? Aug. 14 1929 Wierzbowka Poland
6
0.1
0
 M Arrested [66] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
67. Müller, ---, 30* 03.01 March 1 1930 Chemnitz German Reich
6
0.1
0
 P Committed suicide [67] Vic: six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
68. Poikoner, ---* 09.21 Sep. 21 1930 Karstula Finland
6
0.1
0
 A Perished in the fire [68] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
69. Skoruppa* 05.29 May 29 1931 Knurów Poland
6
0.1
0
 M Arrested [69] Vic: six children; Occ: Worker; W: Axe; Non-Fam: None
65.9 Rüz 12.32 1979.9 Pz Zz 20.9 20.9 Zz
70. Delafé, Pierre* 02.09 Feb. 9 1932 Moirax France
6
0.1
0
FM Sentenced to death [70] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
71. Meurer, Kurt Wilhelm, 37 03.25 March 24/25 1932 Jena German Reich
6
0.1
0
F Committed suicide [71] Vic: parents, wife, two children, acquaintance; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
72. Studnitz, Anton, 37* 07.00 July 1934 Rybnik Poland
6
0.1
0
 P Committed suicide [72] Vic: six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
73. Monchaux, Alfred, 44* 10.12 Oct. 12 1934 Cambron France
6
0.1
0
 MA Committed suicide [73] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
74. Ochea, Albundi* 03.00 March 1937 Transsylvania Romania
6
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [74] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
70.9 Sz 12.32 1989.9 Rz Zz 20.9 20.9 Zz
75. Schaßberger, Hugo, 37* 08.27 Aug. 27 1938 Stuttgart German Reich
6
0.1
0
 MA Committed suicide [75] Vic: six children; Occ: ---; W: Hammer, arson; Non-Fam: None; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
76. Devillechaise, Paul, 41* 03.18 March 18 1939 Autun France
6
0.1
0
FM Committed suicide while awaiting trial [76] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
77. Unknown* 1943 Chukotka Soviet Union
6
0.1
0
Committed suicide [77] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
78. Damm, Auguste, 43* 04.26 April 26 1943 Zürich Switzerland
6
0.1
0
F Committed suicide [78] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
79. Serval, Jean* 10.11 Oct. 11 1950 Essey-lès-Nancy France
6
0.1
0
 P Committed suicide [79] Vic: six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
80. Gillette, Leon, 70* 04.15 April 15 1952 Le Tronquay France
6
0.1
0
 MA Committed suicide [80] Vic: wife, Five grandchildren; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
75.9 Tz 12.32 1999.9 Sz Zz 20.9 20.9 Zz
81. Ruiz Martínez, José Maria, 45* 05.01 May 1 1962 Madrid Spain
6
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [81] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
82. Unknown, 36* 09.00 Sep. 1962 Lappi Finland
6
0.1
0
Committed suicide [82] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
83. Buschbeck, Kurt-Hermann, 44* 08.04 Aug. 4/5 1968 Breitenbach West Germany
6
0.1
0
 MO Committed suicide [83] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
84. Leifeld, Liselotte, 33* 09.23 Sep. 23 1969 Ahlen West Germany
6
0.1
0
F Committed suicide [84] Vic: mother, husband, four children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
85. Rodriguez Taboadelo, Nicanor, 48 01.30 Jan. 30 1971 Ourense Spain
6
0.1
0
F Arrested [85] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
80.9 Uz 12.32 2009.9 Vz Zz 20.9 20.9 Zz
86. Pankhurst, Thomas, 30* 06.23 June 23 1971 Biddenden UK
6
0.1
0
 M Arrested [86] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
87. Sobok, Ryszard, 29 02.11 Feb. 11/12 1981 Walim Poland
6
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to death and executed
Killed an unborn child
[87] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
88. Deraymaeker, Josef, 63* 02.23 Feb. 23/24 1985 Overijse Belgium
6
0.1
0
F Committed suicide [88] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
89. P. Karl-Heinz, 36* 02.12 Feb. 12 1986 Geisenfeld West Germany
6
0.1
0
 MP Committed suicide [89] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
90. Neuville, Henri 53* 07.12 July 12 1993 Metz-Magny France
6
0.1
0
F Committed suicide [90] Vic: six relatives?; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
85.9 Zz 12.32 1949.9 Wz Zz 20.9 20.9 Zz
91. Le Van Than, 41* 07.10? July 10 1994 Coudekerque-Branche France
6
0.1
0
 M Committed suicide [91] Vic: six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
92. Demule, Guy, 37 07.19 July 19 1994 Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne France
6
0
FM Committed suicide [92] Vic: wife, four children, acquaintance; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
93. Polevoi, Alexi, 17 02.27 Feb. 27 1995 Paris France
6
0.1
0
F Sentenced to eight years in prison [93] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
94. Valente, Alfredo, 33* 11.19 Nov. 19 1996 Buonvicino Italy
6
0.1
0
F Arrested [94] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
95. Selamet, Ozan, 42 01.18 Jan. 18 2002 Brussels Belgium
6
0.1
0
FM Sentenced to life imprisonment [95] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
90.9 Zz 12.32 2999.9 Züz Zz 20.9 20.9 Zz
96. McElhill, Arthur, 39* 11.13 Nov. 13 2007 Omagh U.K.
6
0.1
0
 A Perished in the fire [96] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
97. Rzeszowski, Damian, 30 08.14 Aug. 14 2011 Saint Helier Jersey
6
0.1
0
 M Sentenced to six concurrent 30 year terms [97] Vic: wife, two children, father-in-law, two acquaintances; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
98. Chambers, John* 1725 Simer U.K.
6
0.0
?
Sentenced to death and executed [98] Vic: six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
99. Nikolitch, --- 09.00 Sep. 1906 Gostionitza Serbia
6
0.0
?
 M Arrested [99] Vic: Three relatives, three others; Occ: ---; W: Axe; Non-fam: Three
100. Massetti, Giuseppe* 10.19 Oct. 19 1913 Rovato Italy
6
0.0
?
F A [100] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
101. Unknown* 1927 Ryazan Soviet Union
6
0.0
?
 M [101] Vic: Wife, four children, mother-in-law; Occ: Public servant; W: Hatchet; Non-fam: Probably none
95.9 Zz 12.32 2999.9 Züz Zz 20.9 20.9 Zz
102. Sitko, 21 08.00 Aug. 1930 Baranovichi Poland
6
0.0
?
 A [102] Vic: Mother, four other family members, farmhand; Occ: ---; W: Arson; Non-fam: At least one
103. Hall, Frederick* 05.31 May 31 1898 Nettlebank UK
5–6
0.2
0–1
 M Committed suicide
Killed an unborn child
[103] Vic: wife, five children; likely five killed, one wounded; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
104. Niballi, Antonio, 44* 05.00 May 1893 Nicastro Italy
5–6
0
F Committed suicide [104] Vic: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
105. Berko 09.23 Sep. 23 1905 Horodenka Austria-Hungary
4–7
0.3
0–3
F Arrested [105] Vic: wife, six children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
106. Gray, Edmond, 52* 01.23 Jan. 23 1934 Berzée Belgium
4–6
0.2
0–2
 M Committed suicide [106] Vic: wife, five children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
107. Lomnitzky, Josef* 12.00 Dec. 1930 Ardanova Czechoslovakia
3–8
0.5
0–5
 P Committed suicide [107] Vic: wife, seven children; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---
108. Karapetyants, --- 03.31 March 31 1907 Alexandropol Armenia
2–7
0–5
 M Committed suicide [108] Loc:sister, brother-in-law, nephew, niece, three neighbours; Occ: ---; W: ---; Non-fam: ---

Abbreviations and footnotes[edit]

* – Marks cases where all the victims were relatives of the perpetrator

W – A basic description of the weapons used in the murders

F – Firearms and other ranged weapons, especially rifles and handguns, but also bows and crossbows, grenade launchers, flamethrowers, or slingshots
M – Melee weapons, like knives, swords, spears, machetes, axes, clubs, rods, rocks, or bare hands
O – Any other weapons, such as bombs, hand grenades, Molotov cocktails, poison and poisonous gas, as well as vehicle and arson attacks
A – indicates that an arson attack was the only other weapon used
V – indicates that a vehicle was the only other weapon used
E – indicates that explosives of any sort were the only other weapon used
P – indicates that an anaesthetising or deadly substance of any kind was the only other weapon used (includes poisonous gas)

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    – A family murdered at Tooting, The Times (March 8, 1895)
    – The murder of a family at Tooting, The Times (March 11, 1895)
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    Shocking tragedy in London, Hawke's Bay Herald (September 17, 1869)
  26. ^ A family murdered, The Times (February 4, 1888)
    – The inquest on the bodies of Samuel Hill Derby and his wife and six children, The Times (February 7, 1888)
    Shocking murder and suicide at Salford, The South Australian Advertiser (March 16, 1888)
    Terrible Domestic Tragedy, Evening Post (February 8, 1888)
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  27. ^ Meißen, Coburger Zeitung (December 17, 1903)
    Familiendrama, Brünner Tagesbote (December 16, 1903)
    Allerlei – Der in einer Meißner Jutespinnerei..., Freiburger Zeitung (2. Blatt) (December 17, 1903)
  28. ^ Topics of the day, The Advertiser (April 23, 1904)
    Sevenfold murder, Poverty Bay Herald (May 3, 1904)
  29. ^ Ein furchtbares Familiendrama aus Not, Die neue Zeitung (January 10, 1914)
    Aus Nah und Fern – Soldau, Coburger Zeitung (January 11, 1914)
    Eine blutige Familientragödie, Jenaer Volksblatt (January 11, 1914) (Zweites Blatt)
    Achtfacher Mord und Selbstmord, Bohemia (January 10, 1914)
  30. ^ Die Frau und seine sechs Kinder ermordet, Reichenberger Zeitung (August 1, 1928)
    Die Frau und seine sechs Kinder ermordet, Fehrbelliner Zeitung (August 2, 1928)
  31. ^ Kills seven in family, The New York Times (March 31, 1932)
    – Runs amok, kills seven, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (March 30, 1932)
    Murders seven and sets afire, Spokane Daily Chronicle (March 30, 1932)
    – Det fryktelige familiendrama i Værdalen, Nordlands Avis (April 1, 1932)
  32. ^ Zijn vrouw en zes kinderen vermoord, Limburger Koerier (October 28, 1940)
    Ehefrau und sechs Kinder ermordet, Freiburger Zeitung (October 23, 1940)
  33. ^ Danish Farmer Kills Wife and Six Children, Los Angeles Times (April 18, 1949)
    – Farmer kills family of 7 in 2-hour orgy, Pacific Stars and Stripes (April 18, 1949)
    – Danish farmer chokes wife, six children, Wisconsin State Journal (April 18, 1949)
    A wife killer got her insurance, The Sun-Herald (August 1, 1954)
  34. ^ Austrian family found dead, Spokane Daily Chronicle (October 8, 1956)
    Austrian Kills Family Of Seven and Himself, The Hartford Courant (October 8, 1956)
    – Veteran kills wife, 6 children – Hangs himself, The Daily Gleaner (October 8, 1956)
    Familie ausgelöscht, Hamburger Abendblatt (October 8, 1956)
    La strage di un possidente austriaco impazzito, Stampa Sera (October 8, 1956)
  35. ^ Strage di Chieri, esame sul corpo di Mauro Antonello, Rai News (October 16, 2002)
    Eight dead in Italy shooting rampage, The Independent (October 15, 2002)
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  37. ^ Schreckenstat eines Familienvaters, Coburger Zeitung (June 15, 1927)
  38. ^ Kills 5 children and wife, The New York Times (March 12, 1907)
    Domestic tragedy, Poverty Bay Herald (May 11, 1907)
    Murder and suicide, Taranaki Herald (March 12, 1907)
    Eine Familientragödie, Freiburger Zeitung (March 12, 1907) (2. Blatt)
    Aus aller Welt, Coburger Zeitung (March 13, 1907)
  39. ^ Mad Pole Kills Six of His Family, The New York Times (December 5, 1929)
    – Peasant kills six, The Montana Standard (December 5, 1929)
    Eine siebenköpfige Familie ermordet, Coburger Zeitung (December 4, 1929)
    Die Mutter und fünf Geschwister ermordet, Bohemia (December 4, 1929)
  40. ^ Grauenhafte Mordtat eines Vaters, Coburger Zeitung (April 4, 1930)
    Ein Vater ermordet seine Kinder, Die Neue Zeitung (April 4, 1930)
    Een ontzettend familiedrama, Vlissingse Courant (April 4, 1930)
    De zesvoudige moord te Merkstein, Alkmaarsche Courant (August 4, 1930)
  41. ^ 6 slain; seize woman, hunt blacksmith, Chicago Daily Tribune (October 21, 1954)
    Six in family beaten to death, St. Petersburg Times (October 24, 1954)
    Une horrible tuerie dans l'Indre, Journal de Genève (October 22, 1954)
    – Mass killer found shot, The Straits Times (October 22, 1954)
  42. ^ Familiendrama in Salzgitter, Der Spiegel (December 23, 2000)
    Familiendrama von Salzgitter: Mutter noch in Lebensgefahr, Rheinische Post (December 24, 2000)
    Lebenslang für sechsfachen Mörder, Berliner Zeitungen (May 30, 2001)
    Lebenslänglich für das Blutbad mit sechs Toten, Die Welt (May 30, 2001)
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  48. ^ Trial of a woman for the murder of her six children – Plea of insanity, The New York Times (August 25, 1854)
    Murder of six children by their mother, The Courier (Hobart) (September 13, 1854)
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  49. ^ Vermischte Nachrichten – Turin, Fürther Tagblatt (July 8, 1856)
    Italien – In Livorno, Der Volksbote für den Bürger und Landmann (July 8, 1856)
  50. ^ Mannigfaltigkeiten – Sechsfacher Mord, Erheiterungen – Belletristisches Beiblatt zur Aschaffenburger Zeitung (January 18, 1862)
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    Nichtpolitisches – Teplitz, Neue Augsburger Zeitung (January 24, 1862)
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  51. ^ A whole family murdered, Sacramento Daily Union (August 4, 1870)
    A Whole Family Murdered, Chicago Tribune (July 28, 1870)
    Italia – Ariano, La Stampa (July 3, 1870)
  52. ^ Gemengd Nieuws, Leidsch Dagblad (May 18, 1885)
    Zesvoudige moord, De Schelde (May 24, 1885)
    Eine gräßliche That, Coburger Zeitung (May 16, 1885)
  53. ^ Sechsfacher Mord, Bohemia (December 25, 1885)
    Te Hamm..., Vlissingse Courant (January 3, 1886)
    Naar we reeds meldden..., Leidsch Dagblad (January 11, 1886)
    Rheinisch-Westfälische Chronik – Hamm, Bonner Tageblatt (December 29, 1885)
  54. ^ A frightful tragedy, Wanganui Chronicle (June 4, 1889)
    France, Hawke's Bay Herald (June 3, 1889)
    Horrible Tragedie pres de Saint-Dié, Le Petit Journal (May 31, 1889)
  55. ^ Zeesvoudige moord, Zalt-Bommelsche Courant (September 13, 1905)
    Aus dem Reiche – Kamenz i. S., Coburger Zeitung (September 2, 1905)
    Sechsfacher Mord und Brandstiftung, Freiburger Zeitung (September 2, 1905) (2. Blatt)
  56. ^ Man Destroys His Six Children and Himself, Adelaide Register (November 1, 1905)
    – Murder and suicide in Wiltshire, The Times (September 25, 1905)
    – The murder and suicide in Wiltshire, The Times (September 26, 1905)
    – Awful tragedy in Wiltshire – Father kills six children and commits suicide, Lloyds Weekly News (September 24, 1905)
  57. ^ Aus aller Welt – Dortmund, Coburger Zeitung (April 14, 1907)
    Neueste Nachrichten – Dortmund, Bonner Tagblatt (April 13, 1907)
  58. ^ Zes kinderen vermoord, Algemeen Handelsblad (July 24, 1907)
    Aus aller Welt – Kopenhagen, Coburger Zeitung (July 24, 1907)
    Gemengd Nieuws – Over een moord, Vlissingse Courant (July 27, 1907)
  59. ^ Wealthy man goes insane, slays eight, The Tacoma Times (December 11, 1909)
    Shocking tragedy, The Sydney Morning Herald (December 14, 1909)
    Sanguinaire folie a Marseille, Le Petit Journal (December 12, 1909)
  60. ^ Familendrama, Freiburger Zeitung (September 13, 1911)
    Laborer kills wife, children and self, San Francisco Call (September 14, 1911)
    Gemengd Nieuws – Familiedrama, Goessche Courant (September 16, 1911)
  61. ^ Tragedy in Germany – Family of six killed, The Mercury (February 14, 1912)
    Thüringen und Nachbarstaaten, Coburger Zeitung (February 14, 1912)
  62. ^ Vergiftungstod einer siebenköpfigen Familie, Die Neue Zeitung (February 6, 1913)
    Das Familiendrama in Holleschowitz, Die Neue Zeitung (February 6, 1913)
    Die Tragödie einer ruinierten Familie, Prager Tagblatt (February 6, 1913)
    Die Familientragödie in Holleschowitz, Prager Tagblatt (February 7, 1913)
  63. ^ Ein Massenmord in Dortmund, Die Neue Zeitung (June 18, 1926)
    German kills six and self, The New York Times (June 18, 1926)
    Massenmord und Selbstmord, Freiburger Zeitung (June 18, 1926)
  64. ^ Epouvantable tragédie, Journal de Geneve (February 25, 1927)
    Eine furchtbare Familientragödie, Neue Freie Presse (February 25, 1927)
    Sechsfache Mordtat, Coburger Zeitung (February 25, 1927)
    Sechsmal zum Tode verurteilt, Coburger Zeitung (August 31, 1927)
    Rückblick auf das Jahr 1927 – Katastrophen, Unglücksfälle, Verbrechen, Urteile, Coburger Zeitung (January 4, 1928)
  65. ^ Insane man kills six members of his family in Bulgaria, The Corsicana Daily Sun (October 27, 1927)
    – Dream prompts man to kill six of kin, Oakland Tribune (October 27, 1927)
    Ordered by vision to slay, he states, Ellensburg Daily Record (October 27, 1927)
  66. ^ Eine sechsköpfige Familie ermordet, Coburger Zeitung (August 14, 1929)
    Eine ganze Familie ausgerottet, Die Neue Zeitung (August 15, 1929)
  67. ^ Kills Herself and Six Children, The New York Times (March 2, 1930)
    Eine grauenhafte Familientragödie, Die Neue Zeitung (March 2, 1930)
    Furchtbare Familientragödie in Chemnitz, Coburger Zeitung (March 3, 1930)
  68. ^ Caretakers madness, The Canberra Times (September 24, 1930)
    Caretaker murders family, The Argus (September 25, 1930)
    Une tragédie en Finlande – Sept personnes carbonisées, Journal de Genéve (September 23, 1930)
  69. ^ Vreeselijk Familiedrama, Amersfoortsch Dagblad (May 30, 1931)
    Ein Vater erschlägt seine 4 Kinder, Coburger Zeitung (May 29, 1931)
    Morde aus Wahnsinn, Prager Tagblatt (May 30, 1931)
    Der Kindermord in Knurow, Reichenberger Zeitung (May 30, 1931)
  70. ^ Family murder – Frenchman's crime, The Canberra Times (February 13, 1932)
    Family wiped out, Northern Territory Times (April 12, 1932)
    Der sechsfache Mörder seiner Familie verhaftet, Die Neue Zeitung (February 12, 1932)
    Murdered his family – Farmer sentenced to death, The Argus (March 9, 1933)
    Le sextuple crime de Moirax, Le Figaro (February 12, 1932) (p.4)
    Effroyable tuerie en Lot-et-Garonne, Le Petit Journal (February 11, 1932)
    L'Effroyable tuerie de Serres, Le Petit Journal (February 12, 1932)
    Pierre Delafet le monstre de Moirax est condamné à mort, Le Petit Journal (March 8, 1933)
  71. ^ 7 die in divorce tragedy, The New York Times (March 26, 1932)
    Family murdered – Divorced judge commits suicide, The Sydney Morning Herald (March 28, 1932)
    Sieben Todesopfer einer Familientragödie, Neue Freie Presse (March 26, 1932)
  72. ^ Seine sechs Kinder und sich selbst mit Gas vergiftet, Fehrbelliner Zeitung (July 17, 1934)
  73. ^ Demented French farmer kills six, commits suicide, New Castle News (October 12, 1934)
    Un fermier égorge ses cinq enfants et sa femme, Le Petit Journal (October 13, 1934)
    Ein Familiendrama – sechs Tote, Das Kleine Blatt (October 13, 1934)
  74. ^ Vrouw en kinderen vermoord, De Nieuwe Koerier (April 1, 1937)
  75. ^ Entsetzliche Bluttat in Stuttgart, Freuburger Zeitung (August 29, 1938)
    Ein Vater ermordet seine sechs Kinder, Das Kleine Blatt (August 30, 1938)
    Uccide sei figli a martellate perchè abbandonato dalla moglie, La Stampa (August 29, 1938)
    Seine sechs Kinder ermordet, Reichenberger Zeitung (August 30, 1938)
  76. ^ Painter runs amuck, The West Australian (March 21, 1939)
    Accused Slayer Hangs Self, The Hartford Courant (March 21, 1939)
    Un pere massacre a coups de hache quatre de ses enfants, Le Petit Journal (March 19, 1939)
    Six fois assassin est arretè, Le Petit Journal (March 20, 1939)
    Six fois assassin se fait justice..., Le Petit Journal (March 21, 1939)
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  78. ^ Une tragédie à Zurich, Journal de Genéve (April 27, 1943)
    Effroyable drame de famille à Zurich, Gazette de Lausanne (April 27, 1943)
  79. ^ Wife Dead, French Major Kills Six Children, Self, Chicago Daily Tribune (October 12, 1950)
  80. ^ French farmer kills six persons; suicides, Sarasota Herald-Tribune (April 16, 1952)
    Berserk tenant farmer kills six, takes own life, The Spokesman-Review (April 16, 1952)
    Farmer Kills 6, Hangs Self, The Baltimore Sun (April 16, 1952)
    Aged Frenchman goes berserk, The Mercury (April 17, 1952)
    Aus Verzweiflung in den Tod, Hamburger Abendblatt (April 16, 1952)
  81. ^ Un demente mata a su mujer y a sus cinco hijos y se suicida, La Vanguardia (May 2, 1962)
    Un demente mata a su mujer y a sus cinco hijos y se suicida, ABC (May 2, 1962)
    Prestan declaracion los familiares de las victimas del suceso ocurrido en la calle de Antonio Grilo, ABC (May 3, 1962)
  82. ^ Kleine Nachrichten – Blutige Familientragödie in Finnland, Passauer Neue Presse (September 27, 1962)
  83. ^ Erfolgloser Erfinder löschte seine ganze Familie aus, Hamburger Abendblatt (August 6, 1968)
    Disgusted Businessman Kills Himself, Family, The Hartford Courant (August 6, 1968)
  84. ^ Mutter erschoß ihre Familie, Hamburger Abendblatt (September 24, 1969)
    Betäubt und dann erschossen?, Hamburger Abendblatt (September 25, 1969)
  85. ^ Un hombre mata a tiros de escopeta a su esposa, sus cuatro hijos y una sirvienta, ABC (January 31, 1971) (Edicion de Andalucia)
    Un abogado mata, en Orense, a su mujer, a sus cuatro hijos y a la sirvienta de la casa, ABC (January 31, 1971) (Edicion de la Manana)
    Mata a tiros a su esposa, a sus cuatro hijos y a la sirvienta, La Vanguardia (January 31, 1971)
  86. ^ News in brief, The Times (June 24, 1971)
    – Murder hearing is held in ambulance, The Times (June 30, 1971)
    – Killer may be let out, The Guardian (January 12, 1976)
    – Mother, children slain, husband critical, The Gleaner (June 24, 1971)
    Zesvoudige moord in Engeland, Provinciale Zeeuwse Courant (June 24, 1971)
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  88. ^ Amoklauf, Hamburger Abendblatt (February 25, 1985)
    Un belga mata a seis familiares y luego se suicida por desacuerdo con un divorcio, El País (February 25, 1985)
  89. ^ Ein Mann erdrosselte seine Frau und die fünf Kinder, Hamburger Abendblatt (February 18, 1986)
    1986: Erschütterndes Familiendrama, Geisenfelder Zeitung (September 2, 2006)
    Family tragedy, The Straits Times (February 19, 1986)
  90. ^ Tueries – Metz: six meurtres et un suicide, Le Soir (July 14, 1993)
    – Zigeuner tötet sechs Angehörige einer Familie und sich selbst, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (July 15, 1993)
    – Selbstmord nach Tötung von sechs Verwandten, Stuttgarter Zeitung (July 15, 1993)
    – Un règlement de comptes entre marginaux à Metz – La tuerie du "schoutt", Le Monde (July 15, 1993)
  91. ^ Man found hanged near bodies of his kids, Akron Beacon Journal (July 13, 1994)
    – Vater vergiftet sechs Kinder und erhängt sich, Stuttgarter Zeitung (July 13, 1994)
    Coudekerque: Les enfants etrangles, Le Soir (July 19, 1994)
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    Girl removed from McElhill care, BBC News (November 19, 2007)
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    McElhill fire murder house in Omagh is demolished, BBC News (March 16, 2011)
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    A Servian murderer, Northern Advocate (September 22, 1906)
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    Terrible tragedy in Servia, The West Australian (September 24, 1906)
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    Criminal's terrible revenge – Commits six murders, Poverty Bay Herald (October 21, 1913)
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    What's happening in the world, Ludington Daily News (January 24, 1934)
    Sechs Todesopfer eines Familiendramas, Neue Freie Presse (January 24, 1934)
    Drama in een Waalsch Dorp, Leidsche Courant (January 24, 1934)
    Schrikkelijk Drama der Ellende, De Volksstem (January 25, 1934)
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    Erschütterndes Familiendrama aus Not, Brünner Tagesbote (December 19, 1930)
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    – Stabs four women and three men, The Washington Post (April 1, 1907)