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Daniel Buck
Re: Horan & Sann related question
Sat May 19, 2018 1:04pm
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Juha,
Some years ago Roy O'Dell and I batted around Laughing Dick Carey, aka Gaping Dick Carey, Laughing Sam Carey, Laughing Dick Casey, and possibly Stuttering Dick and Black Dick, although to no resolution. Carey pops up seemingly out of nowhere in several 1903 newspaper stories, one of which said he "acted as a messenger and camp servant for Butch Cassidy and conferes in the Hole in the Wall. I wonder if he wore a bellhop uniform like Johnny Morris in the Philip Morris ads.

The 15 March 1903 New York World declared that the Hole's most "celebrated inhabitant" was Carey, "Wyoming's most dangerous desperado." He was later said to have run around with Otto Chenoworth, another badlands delinquent. Dan

  • Horan & Sann related questionJuha, Sat May 19 8:59am
    I asked this a few years ago, no joy then, how about now... http://disc.yourwebapps.com/discussion.cgi?disc=239395;article=12621
    • Re: Horan & Sann related questionDaniel Buck, Tue May 22 7:15am
      Juha, Turns out Otto Chenoweth -- not Chenoworth -- was the subject of a 2016 book, The Lives of Otto Chenoweth, by Lawrence Woods. Available from UK dealers on AbeBooks.com. Dan
    • Re: Horan & Sann related question — Daniel Buck, Sat May 19 1:04pm
      • Re: Horan & Sann related questionVince Garcia, Sat May 19 5:22pm
        " I wonder if he wore a bellhop uniform like Johnny Morris in the Philip Morris ads." Bell Boy-oy! I got-a keep runnin' now. Bell Boy-oy! Keep my lip bu'oned down. Bell Boy-oy! Carry this baggage... more
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