"Texas, by God"
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TWIN TERRITORIES
Randolph W. Farmer
Interesting
Wed Dec 12, 2018 11:23
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When do you publish?

Question:

Graham is a somewhat common surname; why would anybody choose a name like Broscius for an alias? It’s too distinctive; usually aliases are more general or widespread in usage, like “Smith”.

Did they choose Broscius as an alias or did the alias choose them? In other words, did people confuse Bill and George Graham with Bill and George Brosius?

  • The Real Curly BillLynn R. Bailey, Wed Dec 12 10:52
    Randy: A major correction: Melvin Jones was referring to “Curly Bill Graham and his brother George [Gordon Graham]." The Graham boys left tracks all over the West, easily followed for decades. Best... more
    • Interesting — Randolph W. Farmer, Wed Dec 12 11:23
      • Re: InterestingK.t.K., Wed Dec 12 18:26
        Yet another monkey wrench confounding the Randy horseshit. In the Fort Smith Elevator Ike Rogers gave every name of all involved with transporting Cherokee Bill from Roger's house to Nowata, and then ... more
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