steve for sue
Re: George Anderson
Tue Jun 11, 2019 10:17
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great stuff sue thanks

  • George AndersonSue , Sat Jun 8 16:28
    Is Scottish gardener, George Anderson, in the running along with Lee Hurley and Theodore Kuchtlak (sp?) Was George Anderson one more watchman at the Highfields estate, just as Hurley and Kuchtlak... more
    • Re: George Anderson — steve for sue, Tue Jun 11 10:17
    • George T. Cowe won many blue ribbons over the years for his gardening skills and experience. Besides many newspaper articles, The Chrysanthemum Bulletin, Gardeners' Chronicle of America, and... more
      • Here is his statement if by chance you haven't seen it yet: https://imgur.com/sYdt94y I always believed Burns was talking about "Rudolph Schueltzer" but your theory is certainly a worthy alternative. ... more
        • Morrow & Lindbergh EmployeesSue, Fri Jun 14 20:34
          Thanks for Cowe's statement. Do you know if Cowe was Scottish? Might he have been the Scottish gardener that Anne Lindbergh refers to in her books? I don't think Burns said the Morrow gardener who... more
          • Re: Morrow & Lindbergh EmployeesMichael For Sue, Tue Jun 18 09:18
            Sorry for the delay. I've been searching for something I have that Mark put together which lists each and every past and present servant to include where they were from. Unfortunately I can't find it ... more
    • George Anderson vs. George T. CoweSue, Sun Jun 9 14:45
      I'm not sure whether the Scottish gardener that Anne Lindbergh alludes to in Hour of Gold, Hour of Lead and Locked Rooms and Open Doors is George Anderson or George T. Cowe. George Anderson and... more
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