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Peter Love
Re: Fred Bode appears on the Charleston 1880 census....
Sun Jun 24, 2018 01:02
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Kenny

Thanks, didn’t know that. A gambler, of course! But the books say that Rickabaugh was an associate of Wyatt, and he had been one of his bondsmen during the hearing. You would not think he would cover for the murder of Morgan. OTOH I am intrigued by Anton Mazzanovich dropping Mrs Rickabaugh’s name as somebody who could provide information - and his thrust was in relation to the Earp’s illegal schemes. Her name was out of the blue.

  • ….born 1849 in Germany, occupation "Teamster." William [sic Willard] A. Freeze appeared on the 1880 Central City census born 1853 in New Brunswick; occupation "Gambler." The mix-up in identities was... more
    • Re: Fred Bode appears on the Charleston 1880 census.... — Peter Love, Sun Jun 24 01:02
      • Peter Love please reveal....K.t.K., Sun Jun 24 17:27
        ..... the substance of Anton Mazzanovich dropping Mrs. Rickabaugh’s name as somebody who could provide information. I'm completely in the dark about this. I need this in the Rickabaugh file, which... more
        • Re: Peter Love please reveal....Peter Love, Sun Jun 24 22:38
          Kenny It is in the second article in “Historical Articles” on this site. Of all the names he could have come up with...something must have made him think she would know some secrets about the Earps... more
          • Okay, thanks PeterK.t.K., Mon Jun 25 14:07
            Oh, Heck Yeah, Emma Howe would have known something. She's the one who knew all the ins and outs with the Lucky Baldwin prostitute scandal, in which trial held at Los Angeles Emma was a key witness.... more
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