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    Very similar to those that claim Laf solved the Beale ciphers based on a "grand fret" epitaph and nothing else- No treasure recovery, NO contact of descendants from the "heirs" ciphers-only his word and that of his supporters.
    Have they ever seen these "solutions"?
    When asked, that answer never comes. WHY? Are they just repeating what they read on these TN treads?
    Franklin, who has also "solved" the ciphers, at least has provided his cipher solutions including the names from that cipher most "solvers" neglect, and those were also names of real people from that period.
    ...and without having others continually posting that he did it.
    I may at times disagree and question Franklin, but I respect his integrity.
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    I was reading a book I received today, "New London Today and Yesterday" by Daisy Read. Quite interesting. I found kin of the Ward, Risque, Morriss, Otey, Buford families that died up the Missouri River in 1823. No other research or mention on this in the book. I need to find out want party he was with when killed. Most of these fur traders or far western hunters ever hunted alone. Sure would like to know how he got killed by the Indians?
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    "New London Today And Yesterday" by Daisy Imogene Read :
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    Brief biography and review .
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    Been to New London, Va.; in Bedford County, WEST of Lynchburg, Va. James Beverly Risque's Hunter's Hill Plantation/Farm is stated to be "near-by". Read family MAY be "connected" to TJB... dunno.

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    There was that presented theory that the Thomas Read massacre by Sheriff Otey and the Luck family was one of the inspirations utilized in creating the Beale narrative story.

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    Well, there IS a Read Creek near Big Island, Va. Wheat Valley Road, (Bedford County, Va.).
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    There is a Read Mountain also. That Wheat Valley Road is near where Justintime is either hunting or living?
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    Well, wife & I LOVE Sedalia, up there. Celtic Fest there in 2018, with THE LUCK OF THE IRISH! (Tuning up my Irish Drum... Bodhran). PROBABLY, gonna be in March, for St. Paddy's Day... dunno.
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