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    HART PAPERS... ANOTHER "cover-story"? HAZLEWOOD/HART Ciphers?

    R & I indicate it MAY well be ANOTHER "cover-story" for the CSA Treasury. Newton Hazlewood, who was a SGT. (REB) in the CONFEDERATE WAR gave Clayton Hart sheets of papers with FIGURES on 'em alluding to a treasure near his home (Peaks of Otter "area"?), wanting copies in DUPLICATES. Gen. TT Munford (CSA) had a farm in Boonesboro, Va. "area" near NO BUSINESS Mountain, a ridge over from Fleming Mountain (aka JACKSON Mountain); Lee/Jackson Highway (Rt. 501 N) & James River are north of NBM... AND! Thomas Jefferson used to own ALL that land! SO!
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    Re: HART PAPERS... ANOTHER "cover-story"? HAZLEWOOD/HART Ciphers?

    Ppl are going... WHAZZZ?!!! Here it is on TWO web-sites... HA! Had 'em this AM; have copies. Just "google" HART PAPERS by George L. Hart, Sr.
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    Re: HART PAPERS... ANOTHER "cover-story"? HAZLEWOOD/HART Ciphers?

    INTERESTING story! I will dismiss the adventures/misadventures of the HART Bros.; the info about Newton Hazlewood IS good, as he WAS a SGT in the REBEL Army (CSA), and POSSIBLE "ex-spy". The HART Bros. meeting JB Ward looks good in terms of "up-dating" the "cover-story" (w/o the "BE"); HART PAPERS was written in 1952 by George L. Hart. NOW! Paschal Buford was a FRIEND of Gen. Robert E. Lee, and Lee "over-nighted" with Buford in 1869 (Lee died in 1870 or so)... RIP. Gen. Lee even went up to Sharp Top of Peaks of Otter, surveying the "area" (looking around), as if making sure, EVERYTHING was OK. I think the part about the medium/psychic "seeing" was a COVER for what REALLY happened... BUT! Within the context of REBELS "coming in" & "taking care of business"; what the medium/psychic "saw" was what the REBS had to "deposit"... but WHERE? MORE R & I!

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    Re: HART PAPERS... ANOTHER "cover-story"? HAZLEWOOD/HART Ciphers?

    Just "google" HART PAPERS by George L. Hart, Sr. Coffee?

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    Re: HART PAPERS... ANOTHER "cover-story"? HAZLEWOOD/HART Ciphers?

    THEN, there are the CSA Sentinels, known as MOUNTAIN MEN... W. T. "BUCK" Wright & "BEAR" Tolley. "BUCK" Wright was known as the MYSTERY MAN of Upper Goose Creek Valley, living in an old log cabin watching over CSA "assets" in the Thomas Jefferson National Forest. "Bear" Tolley had responsibility for George Washington National Forest. BOTH National Forests & Blue Ridge Parkway are ALL "Fed Land".

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    (WINKING...) 'Nuff said! (CHEESY SMILE...) HA!
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    MORE, soon...

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    CHECK IT OUT! HART PAPERS by George L. Hart., Sr.
    Last edited by Rebel - KGC; Apr 12, 2013 at 08:25 AM.

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    The Beale Treasure, all types of treasure hunting
    Who

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    Treasurehunting & Historical research
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    There's a treasure hunter that has been in the forest so long looking for the Beale treasure that he thinks he is an owl!

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    us
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    There's a treasure hunter that has been in the forest so long looking for the Beale treasure that he thinks he is an owl!
    Lol,Ecs, your a funny guy.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    There's a treasure hunter that has been in the forest so long looking for the Beale treasure that he thinks he is an owl!
    LOL! WHO! WHO! WHERE is the OWL...? Don't see it!

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    Can anyone 100% verify who George Hart was? In the Hart Papers, George Hart says he's the brother of Clayton Hart, and yet a check of genealogical records going back to 1880 does not indicate George ever existed. Clayton was born 1876/1877 and appears with his parents on the 1880, 1900 and 1910 censuses (the 1890 Census was burned and doesn't exist), and as a single gent on 1920 and 1930 censuses. His mother had a very peculiar first name; "Pluma", and his father; Henry Hart was a local doctor, so as a family they are very easy to spot in the census records....however George, the alleged brother, never appears once in these same records. In 1880, the following Hart siblings appear; Artie, Luserne, Lena, Della, Clayton, William and these same people show up later. A 6 yr old George W. Hart appears in the 1900 census but he is listed as the nephew of Clayton- NOT the brother. George says he lived in Washington D.C. in 1920 but there are no records. Can anyone verify who George Hart was and what is your source?

    Last edited by The Enigmatist; Nov 20, 2014 at 06:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Enigmatist View Post
    Can anyone 100% verify who George Hart was? In the Hart Papers, George Hart says he's the brother of Clayton Hart, and yet a check of genealogical records going back to 1880 does not indicate George ever existed. Clayton was born 1876/1877 and appears with his parents on the 1880, 1900 and 1910 censuses (the 1890 Census was burned and doesn't exist), and as a single gent on 1920 and 1930 censuses. His mother had a very peculiar first name; "Pluma", and his father; Henry Hart was a local doctor, so as a family they are very easy to spot in the census records....however George, the alleged brother, never appears once in these same records. In 1880, the following Hart siblings appear; Artie, Luserne, Lena, Della, Clayton, William and these same people show up later. A 6 yr old George W. Hart appears in the 1900 census but he is listed as the nephew of Clayton- NOT the brother. George says he lived in Washington D.C. in 1920 but there are no records. Can anyone verify who George Hart was and what is your source?

    GREAT question... looking into it, now.

 

 

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