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Thank you! As a hardcore historian I ...
Mon May 20, 2013 3:58pm

Thank you very much Bob! As a hardcore historian I would love to see all your information. I have all the faith in the world in your skills, however, anyone can be easily led in the wrong direction using the US Census. A great example is the person who made Soapy's family tree on She was able to find another Jefferson Randolph Smith in Coweta County, Georgia and naturally mistook it to be the correct Smith. Please understand I am not saying you are wrong, and I am fully aware everything on Bagg/Baggs published currently may be wrong.

Are you thinking of writing an article or book? Please keep me posted! I will be glad to post anything you would like to see on my blog, Soapy Smith's Soap Box.

Jeff Smith

  • Doc BaggsBob Rybolt, Mon May 20 12:15pm
    As near as I can figure Chales Stanley Bagg was born in 1816 at either Sotos or Sotos Point, NY (both were shaker colonies. I'm certian he was a Montana legislator (and lawyer) our of Deer Lodge and... more
    • Thank you! As a hardcore historian I ... — Jeff Smith, Mon May 20 3:58pm
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