"Texas, by God"
and the
gobby git
Guilt By Association
Thu Dec 13, 2018 09:47

RWF ... it would be impertinent for me to disagree with ANYTHING you say ... specifically the Masonic implications and the racial and political aspects inherent in your book ... except for the constant annexing of the Brosius and Hardin surnames ... I'd hesitate to use anything that JW or his mother wrote as sacrosanct ... I know of two photographs of the real Bockius ... one c.1871 of an aged man posing with the Clements kith and kin ... looking forward to your KGC book ... bests

  • Answer in front of your gobRandolph W. Farmer, Thu Dec 13 08:32
    "He survived the lnching of three of his companions because he was helped by a fellow Mason." J. M. Bockius was innocent, like he said. Hardin identifies J. B. Brosius as the person rescued from the... more
    • Guilt By Association — gobby git, Thu Dec 13 09:47
      • Thanks, but...Randolph W. Farmer, Thu Dec 13 11:47
        Speaking guilt by association, was J. M. Bockius found guilty of driving stolen cattle for Hardin? Uh, no, he wasnít. Sometimes the justice system works the way itís supposed to work. Bockius was... more
        • Disassociationgobby git, Thu Dec 13 12:43
          "His detention meant J. B. Brosius got off scot free" I have the book ... this isn't what is said in there ... or anywhere else ... one person, a thirteen year old, one name, J.B. Brosius ... luckily ... more
          • Iím anonymous by accidentRandolph W. Farmer, Thu Dec 13 13:35
            Donít know if you picked up on it - but with Frank Anderson indicted for stealing a horse at the same place and time as J B Brosius getting hoisted up by a large man on horseback and escaping by... more
          • Thank youAnonymous, Thu Dec 13 12:52
            Lots of stuff gets edited out of the finished product due to space considerations. I understand that. For instance, I think I remember some stuff I had in there about Medicine Lodge, Kansas which... more
Click here to receive daily updates