Re: Parsons, Sutton-Taylor Page 139
Thu Apr 29, 7:16

I believe the photo you are talking about was taken mid-March 1874. Powder Horn on the Gulf Coast was right close to Indianola, where James and Billy Taylor assassinated William Sutton and G. W. Slaughter, on March 11, 1874, both of whom had sighed the most recent Treaty of Peace. Supposition tells me that photo was commemorative in nature.

In April the Glover boys, Clements, et al, were driving their herds up to Kansas.

BTW, I happen to belong to a Facebook group called GLOVER GANG; restricted mostly to cousins, second cousins, nephews, nieces, such and such thrice removed, and two aunts still kicking at about 90 years of age. Last September my uncle Ren Glover passed at 86.
They're spread all over, from Oregon to Maryland, California, Hawaii and Taipei. I'm the only one left who make it back to Texas, and interested in 19th Century stuff.

    • Parsons, Sutton-Taylor Page 139gobs, Thu Apr 29 3:10
      Kenny ... wouldn't Ed be about 34? ... he looks pretty old in the one in the book with James C. Taylor and Ed Harris, taken in Powder Horn, Calhoun County ... supposedly sometime in the early seventie... more
      • Re: Parsons, Sutton-Taylor Page 139 — K.t.K., Thu Apr 29 7:16
        • You Handsome Devilgobs, Thu Apr 29 7:47
          Kenny ... don't know if this is one you have, or if you can still get onto your own Facebook, but I've sent Glover, Taylor & Harris ... thanks again for info
          • disasterK.t.K., Thu Apr 29 8:27
            Don't have a clue. All I did was right-click to save photo - minimized - then clicked back to view the message, and poof. Totally gone. Is the pond too wide, or am I that damned technically challen... more
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