2299Re: [BloodyBillMysterySolvedGroup] ATTN: ~~~~~JAY~~~~~~
- May 11, 2012delusion /de·lu·sion/ (dĕ-loo´zhun) an idiosyncratic false belief that is firmly maintained in spite of incontrovertible and obvious proof or evidence to the contrary. delu´sionalTO WIT:O R 52 and O R 52 supplement describing the death of William T. "Bloody Bill" Anderson and items found on his body (not in his saddlebags)Before and after photographs of the body of William T. "Bloody Bill" AndersonSgt. Thomas Goodman's identification of Bloody Bill as William T. Anderson1860 federal census of the household of William C. Anderson of Breckenridge County, KS Territory, including William T. Anderson, age 21, and Josephine Anderson.March 1864 marriage license of Lieut William T. Anderson and Miss Bush SmithDeath certificate of F. M. Anderson; birth date May 1864, birthplace Brownwood, father William Anderson, mother Martha Elizabeth Anderson----- Original Message -----From: Fran BoltonSent: Thursday, May 10, 2012 8:31 PMSubject: [BloodyBillMysterySolvedGroup] Recapping Our Files
To refresh readers on what they will find in our files:
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"A Thrilling Record", by Sergeant Thomas Goodman
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Wm. T. Anderson's Confederate Record part 1
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Wm. T. Anderson's Confederate Record part 2
Excerpt from Anderson's Confederate record pt 2:
"Captain William T Anderson, Missouri, Captain of a Guerilla organization.
For record see Rebellion Records under W Anderson and WT Anderson. (my comment- so much for claims his middle name was Columbus!)
See also report dated "Headquarters, 33rd Regiment Enrolled MO Militia, Hamilton MO, Oct 31, 1864, addressed to Gen Craig, filed with unpublished records in Box 2 of papers received too late for publication in Rebellion Records"
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