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K.t.K.
Thanks Bob - appreciate it.
Tue Jul 24, 2018 14:24
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I'm sure Wyatt liked the idea of partnering with such a successful politician as W. A. Freeze was in Arizona. Before Phoenix Freeze had been associated with Morris Goldwater in Prescott (1890) in the Cabinet Saloon, among other things.

Five years later down at Phoenix Freeze had risen in rank to Arizona State Senator. But he already knew S. L. "Benbrook of Salt Lake City" who had been in Arizona previously, and got married there in 1891. (Actually, we find Mrs. Smith Benbrook nestled down at San Francisco while Earp is making his way north to Cape Nome via Dutch Harbor.)

So I'm trying to get the chronology down: You say Wyatt was leaving for Nome on the "Alliance" around the first of June, 1900 and turning the game over to partners. I assume you meant leaving Dutch Harbor in June, since the 'Alliance' had departed Seattle harbor on about May 20, 1900. There must be a lot more to read in between the lines.

  • Re: May we rephraze the question?Bob Cash, Mon Jul 23 19:56
    First off, I don't believe Wyatt ever stopped believing Pete Spence was involved. At the time he wrote the letter to Burns stating that he didn't think Pete had anything to do with Morg's killing... more
    • Thanks Bob - appreciate it. — K.t.K., Tue Jul 24 14:24
      • Re: Thanks Bob - appreciate it.Bob Cash, Tue Jul 24 19:23
        The only reason I am not disclosing the source is that, like so many of my "discoveries", on further research I found out another researcher had found this material a year ago and I have not gotten... more
      • Unless it was John H. BenbrookK.t.K., Tue Jul 24 16:06
        He was the Benbrook brother most recently involved in Salt Lake sporting industry. I learn that Freeze actually went up with both Benbrook brothers, together on the steam-ship "Ohio." No mention of... more
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