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Jacqueline (#47116846)
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David Taylor
RE: Tom Taylor
Checked out your links. Very informative, and it would suggest to me that the bank robbery in 1892 must have been the one referenced by Kid Thompson and the New Mexico lawman. In the 1894 Arizona and California newspapers, they're spelling San Pascual, 'San Pasquel', as in the battlefield in San Diego, so my searches in the past may have been for nothing. Now, have you every heard of someone named Bradley who would have identified himself as a 'retired New Mexico deputy sheriff', circa 1895?

If you ever need any footwork in San Diego County, California, I'm at your disposal.

David Taylor
Added by David Taylor on Nov 10, 2015 6:41 AM
David Taylor
RE: Tom Taylor
There is no rush for the cemetery. I've been hunting this man for three years, and he's been resting in San Marcial for a hundred and twenty three. No pressure.

Thank you for the links. I will check them out now. My e-mail addy is
Added by David Taylor on Oct 22, 2015 7:14 PM
David Taylor
RE: Tom Taylor
While I'm talking with you, was San Marcial ever called San Pasquel? Is there anywhere near San Marcial that is or was called San Pasquel?

Added by David Taylor on Oct 22, 2015 6:49 AM
David Taylor
RE: Tom Taylor
Thank you. I appreciate the help.
Added by David Taylor on Oct 20, 2015 5:09 PM
David Taylor
Tom Taylor

I'm looking for more information on a desperado who held up Jasper Broyles store, November 22nd, 1892, which was in San Marcial. The store is also referred to as a 'private bank', and the thief made off with somewhere between $1,000.00 to $1,200.00 in gold coin. One account has it at $5,000.00. The desperado was confronted in Snowflake, Arizona, and in the ensuing shoot-out, Charles Flake and the robber were killed. The thief was 'rich in aliases', here's a partial list: First names: Billy, Tim, Tom, James, Jim, David. Last names: Taylor, Mason, Morgan, Fox. Deputy Sheriff Goodwyn, or maybe Nat Grier, both names appear in the papers of the times, returned the body to San Marcial, I assume for identification, which Broyles did. The thief, identified as James Taylor in the Le Mars Semi-Weekly Sentinel Dec. 16, 1892, was buried in San Marcial. I would love a photo of his grave, but local lore or more information on the robbery, and subsequent hunt also would be greatly appreciated. David Taylor
Added by David Taylor on Oct 20, 2015 7:05 AM
RE: San Marcial Cemetery
I went one day, and there was what seemed only two ways to get there, one through private property, and a locked gate, and one down a very sandy road, long road...perhaps you know more? I would greatly appreciate any help, yes :)
Added by CLTConklin on Feb 16, 2015 12:19 AM
San Marcial Cemetery
I see that you have taken photos at the San Marcial cemetery in New Mexico, I am looking to check out that cemetery, would you please give me directions from the exit to the cemetery? I would appreiciate it. Please email me at
Thank you
~Christie C
Added by CLTConklin on Mar 15, 2014 10:54 PM
Karen Todd
RE: AnnaBelle and John Rawdon
No just gravestone photos. Someone fulfilled my request for them. Was my request still out there?
Added by Karen Todd on Jul 16, 2012 1:15 PM
Jim B.
RE: William H. Dees
You are welcome. Glad I could help out with the picture.
Added by Jim B. on Mar 10, 2012 3:41 PM
Alvin Ely
Thank you so much for the photos of Alvin Ely's grave. It is greatly appreciated!

Added by Member#47194125 on Sep 27, 2010 6:29 AM
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