Kenny, I don't know the editor's particular reason, although he does seem to have a Unionist view of things. But on a broad scale, South Carolina was viewed by many as the most radical of the Confede... more
THAT's the answer Gary. Thank you so much! (nm) — K.t.K.,Thu Apr 22 13:15
Haven't had time to look into this, but I do remember being surprised when reading something correlating lynching during Reconstruction in Texas to the percentage of African Americans in the populatio... more
Several years ago was televised Joe's interview at Mad Dog Ranch. is humility disarmed me, and he was stone-cold sober. Wife Pam sat next to him. He turned to look at her and credited her with helping... more
Yes ... as I've said before, I used to see him around but never sober ... 10 pints a night and this was normal for many ... he always just wanted to be one of the lads ...
Here's the drummer Kenny ... more
I can never get enough of his piano "lick" in "Feelin' Alright," which is my favorite song. I guess Joe always opted for a good drummer. In the modern times I fell in love with Jack Bruno. Of course I... more
Kenny ... thanks for that ... one I found missen ...my memory is shot ... apart from the sixties ... I was about to say I'd never heard of him, but remembered my two Apple Pie Motherhood Band LPs ... ... more
The only mention of Ed. Glover I found through google was very brief - connected to much younger Robert M. Glover which you found - mentioned by Texas historian and author Chuck Parsons.
E. J. Glov... more
Me? ... I'm with the knucklehead ... would the rest of the force have been any help? ... their job was to keep the cattle traders alive ... I have no information on what Jewett said ... but, where was... more
Were you trying to tell me that my Jeckyl & Hyde syndrome John King Fisher knew on which side his bread was buttered?
So, the death of E. J. Glover at his home on Oct. 6, 1874, is very suspicious. ... more
Herewith the following quotations in full:
The First National Bank in Wichita filed suit against Rainey & Mannen as cosigners on November 24, 1874. A verdict was rendered against them on January 29... more
Back to Sutton-Taylor.
You had quoted from the Mannen Clements book by Robert W. Stevens: "Ed [Glover] was among those who signed the first peace treaty on August 12, 1873."
Did the author give any ... more
Just found THE book ... The Feud That Wasn't by James M. Smallwood ... in the index are a few pages including Glovers Dick, Edward "Ed", James "Jim", John W ... in which both Jim [in Hillsboro] and Ed... more
Word was received by Hardin that Joe Tumlinson, an active Sutton supporter, had gathered a large force of men to attack the Taylor faction. Acting quickly he went with several others to the Tumlinson ... more
Thanks ... I knew you'd cough up some more information that only you could find ... there's a method to my madness ... if we print all this stuff out, we won't have to cling on to dear life in anticip... more
I forgot how the McDonald place was discussed. Too many irons in the fire.
Doc and Billy handshake was classic mind-game. I used to play several different type games against opponents as a saloon r... more
I might as well divulge my findings about Jimmy's propensity for "flourishing" a pistol to fit the occasion. There are four, but now I am wondering about a potential fifth at Wichita. Researcher Barth... more
Ah, to research is divine ... to assimilate is an awful big ask ... does "unpaid" into "not" really go and which came first?
The Jim Earp fine I can't really get my head around ... if the mob were ... more