|Crimson Eric (#46880482)|
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My real name is Joe I joined this site after finding some of my childhood friends who passed away on this website. I looked for almost ten years now to find them, and with some luck I found them. Thanks to find a grave I was able to my mind at ease just knowing where they are resting now. I am also a paranormal investigator check out website at www.ghostscaninc.co.nr|
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Doing fine; just been crazy busy at work. How about you?
No problem. I was up at Mount Sinai, fulfilling a photo request for someone, and took a pic of Sol's certificate while I was at it. I will send you Al information as soon as I get it together (sorry it's taking me so long!).
I do have some Al Swearingen info; I'll try to get it together to send to you sometime this week (or early next week).
|afraydknot||RE: Sol Star|
Yes, it was me. I just got back from South Dakota, where I visited Mount Moriah cemetery in Deadwood. I looked for Sol Star's grave there -- thinking that someone who was so influential in shaping Deadwood would _have_ to be buried there.
Needless to say, I didn't find it there. Imagine my surprise, after returning home, to find out that Star's grave was less than five miles from my house!
So I went out, took some pics, wrote the bio, saw your page, and thought I'd pass my info and pics on to you. Thanks for your help in keeping such a cool part of American history alive for everyone!
That Glenwood Cemetery showed up on one of my memorials today too. Strange,It showed up just after I added a new memorial. (Mary Frances Smith).The Cemetery is in Washington D.C. Just letting you know it happen to me. Ann
Added by Ann Nash on Mar 09, 2009 5:00 PM
|Tom Todd||Dave Rudabaugh|
You know much more about Rudabaugh than I do. I have read about him in connection with the Lincoln County War and Billy the Kid and the beheading in Mexico rings a bell. Interesting story. Thank you.
Added by Tom Todd on Dec 23, 2008 7:41 AM
I found it odd that Sundance wasn't put on the site when Butch was. The Butch memorial was put up seven years ago, but since then they have really cracked down on disallowing famous status for unknown dispositions on remains. As in they don't allow it. The chances of getting Sundance in under famous are probably very slim at this juncture. If you like, I can put him on my to-do list, I'm just suggesting that you not get your hopes up re: famousization.
Added by Iola on Sep 11, 2008 8:45 PM
Well either way, I will always wonder if he is there or here... I would like to believe that his father did bring him back to Georgia.
So I assume you went to the grave out in Colorado? Have you had the chance to make out here to Georgia? If you do, be sure to visit the museum & the graves out at Oak Hill cemetery. Very fascinating story behind it, you never know:) Yes I have read the book, loved it.
|Penny Manus||Holliday family|
I am a big fan of Doc Holiday too. His distant cousin has a museum in Griffin that I visit often. He has a lot of things there, very interesting.
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