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Daniel Buck
Re: The Women of Robbers Roost
Sat Feb 3, 2018 9:25am
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Bob,
Thanks. Both your posts this morning are excellent. Do you know any of the women you mentioned were either in the newspapers or known in, say, Monticello, at the time Pocock was coming through? Dan

  • The Women of Robbers RoostBob Goodwin, Sat Feb 3 8:36am
    Vince, There are four, possibly six women (girls) that were associated with Robbers Roost. Two Women (girls) from Castle Valley were mentioned as being at the Roost early in 1897, and are the ones... more
    • Re: The Women of Robbers Roost — Daniel Buck, Sat Feb 3 9:25am
      • re: the Women of Robbers RoostBob Goodwin, Sat Feb 3 11:43am
        Dan, Ella Butler had left the Roost area around the time of the Springville Bank Robbery. In later life she used the name Florence in California where she was living after 1920. In 1898 Mont Butler,... more
      • re: the Women of Robbers RoostBob Goodwin, Sat Feb 3 11:17am
        Dan, Ella Butler had left the Roost area around the time of the Springville Bank Robbery. In later life she used the name Florence in California where she was living after 1920. In 1898 Mont Butler,... more
        • re: the Women of Robbers RoostDaniel Buck, Sat Feb 3 12:02pm
          Bob, Thanks. Much appreciated. Your several posts are granular in the best sense of the word. Pocock, p. 289, blends two sets of women into one compound sentence: "The house is cheered by the... more
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