Friday, October 11, 2013

BOLO John Daugherty

He is remarkable for his extreme silence and downcast appearance, addicted to intoxication, and when drunk is both sullen and stupid--deserted from Rowan County, N. C., 20th Nov. 1814

Not one of ours, but be on the lookout.

Ours handle liquor differently. The Cokers "were very dangerous men when drinking, and the whole county feared them." William Monks, A HISTORY OF SOUTHERN MISSOURI AND NORTHERN ARKANSAS.

It's merely a report that in Mississippi the Bells made whiskey and the Stewarts hauled it to Natchez. None of them when drunk were both sullen and stupid.

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