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Online Thomas Graves

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Re: Dividend: my ability to find the "unfound" exposes those dishonest-unethical
« Reply #10 on: September 25, 2019, 08:10:55 AM »
Hear, hear !!  How About William Walton (who wiki describes as a 'painter') ?

Tom trailblazed researching a lot of people/topics, Michael.  The threads are out there at most forums (and Amazon reviews!) from years ago.  He seems to pop up everywhere, at least the threads that were not 'erased' by Simple Simkin.  Some good old ones at Parker's Place, too, before the Great Schism, uh......

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Offline Mark A. Oblazney

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Re: Dividend: my ability to find the "unfound" exposes those dishonest-unethical
« Reply #11 on: September 25, 2019, 02:54:14 PM »
Mark,


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I stand corrected, Sir Graves Ghastly (or was his show only on the east coast?)

Online Tom Scully

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Re: Dividend: my ability to find the "unfound" exposes those dishonest-unethical
« Reply #12 on: September 25, 2019, 07:00:19 PM »
Mr. Scully, I am in awe of your knack for sniffing out viable trails through the undergrowth.

If you are taking requests, I have always wondered what became of Larry Crafard. Any idea?

Michael, I read your EF posts. I share with you a general observation; counter intuitive, I Know. The more I learn, the less generally suspicious I have become.
I suspect this is why there have been no game changing "break throughs". There may not actually be one to be revealed...possibly merely an overwhelming number
of coincidences keeping us fascinated and FRUSTRATED. One example; my discovery that Mary Bledsoe's uncle was married to the aunt (Matthew's mother's sister)
of Russell Douglas Matthews, or that TSBD's Ochus Campbell's first wife, Clarice Marie Webb was a relative of Mary Bledsoe's aunt, America Germany Webb, should
result in some lead, or other, but so far has not, is as fascinating as it is frustrating. After Mrs. Webb Campbell died, Ochus Campbell married a woman nearly young enough to be his GRAND-daughter, and quite attractive, too, judging by her yearbook picture.

The son of the TSBD's founder assembled the TSBD management team Campbell and Truly were members of. He was more interested in the short lived Dallas horse
racing operation than in the TSBD.
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1930 US Census: 153 Swiss Avenue Dallas
Victor H Perry
45 Occupation: Promoter Horse Racing
Daisy Perry
40
Edwin Caldwell
21

The track was founded by two of the wealthiest men in Texas, the Waggoner brothers. The victim (Dorothy Day Peck) of John Liggett was the niece of one of those Waggoner brother's widow. That Liggett victim's mother and Waggoner widow's wife were daughters of a 1930s DPD commissioner and their first cousin was a major partner of RD Matthew's gambling associate John Eli Stone.
https://www.jfkassassinationforum.com/index.php/topic,719.msg14744.html#msg14744

Again, no resulting, actionable leads, to date! I know
you have a better than average understanding of my Liggett research. You got shut down by a SUNY librarian in your laudable attempt to obtain a yearbook photo
of John Liggett's brother, Malcolm's wife, allegedly pictured with Ruby in 1963!

Established identity:
https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=1141&relPageId=205

Spouse predeceased Craford… Craford family deaths in chronological order.:
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Shirley E Vorderstrasse Craford
Birth 17 Jan 1938
Brighton, Adams County, Colorado, USA
Death 14 Dec 2005 (aged 67)
Funeral services for Shirley E. Craford will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 22, in St. John Lutheran Church in McMinnville. Interment will be limited to the family. Arrangements are through Macy & Son Funeral Directors in McMinnville.

Mrs. Craford died at home on Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2005. She was 67.

Born in Brighton, Colo., on Jan. 17, 1938, she was the daughter of Henry and Doris (Poppe) Vorderstrasse. She grew up in Colorado.

She married Curtis Craford in Vancouver on Dec. 19, 1964. She worked as a psychiatric aide at the Oregon State Hospital in Salem and its counterpart in California. She moved to Yamhill County in 1974.

She loved animals. She enjoyed astrology, religion, journaling, crocheting, fashioning ceramics and making doll furniture. She was a devoted fan of National Public Radio.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Joseph Craford; three daughters, Jenifer Craford, Justina Ollerton and Jacqueline Wendling; four brothers, Lee, Cliff, Chris and Dick Vorderstrasse; two sisters, Carol and Viola Vorderstrasse; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a brother, Wilbur and a sister, 'lyn Jenkins.

Contributions may be made to Homeward Bound Pets, care of Macy & Son Funeral Directors, 135 N.E. Evans St., McMinnville, OR 97128.

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Name: Jenifer Lyn Craford
Gender: Female
Birth Place: Dallas, Ore
Obituary Date: 5 Oct 2009
Father:
Curtis L. Craford
Child: Caleb J. Poppe

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Name: Curtis Laverne Craford
Last Residence: 97127 Lafayette, Yamhill, Oregon
Born: 10 Mar 1941
Died: 19 Apr 2011
State (Year) SSN issued: California (1957)
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Re: Dividend: my ability to find the "unfound" exposes those dishonest-unethical
« Reply #13 on: September 25, 2019, 07:16:08 PM »
I stand corrected, Sir Graves Ghastly (or was his show only on the east coast?)

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Re: Dividend: my ability to find the "unfound" exposes those dishonest-unethical
« Reply #14 on: September 25, 2019, 07:29:50 PM »
Graves, you step on (borrowing a term/M.O. I learned from Bill Kelly) every one of my posts. You might not be singling me out, you do it to almost every poster on
every active thread.

I want to clarify what I said in my last post about the possibility there is no "break through" whodunnit to uncover.
The Bush circle behavior would have to be merely CYA only motivated to protect against embarrassment, given the close connections of Bush to DeMohrenschildt,
the Rochester "triumvirate" Tom Devine, Joseph Dryer, Jr., William B. Macomber, Jr., and the Freeport Sulphur/Henry Hurt/Billy Joe Lord, "fork"! I still strongly doubt the risks those names took were merely to avoid embarrassment.
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Offline Mark A. Oblazney

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Graves, you step on (borrowing a term/M.O. I learned from Bill Kelly) every one of my posts. You might not be singling me out, you do it to almost every poster on
every active thread.

I want to clarify what I said in my last post about the possibility there is no "break through" whodunnit to uncover.
The Bush circle behavior would have to be merely CYA only motivated to protect against embarrassment, given the close connections of Bush to DeMohrenschildt,
the Rochester "triumvirate" Tom Devine, Joseph Dryer, Jr., William B. Macomber, Jr., and the Freeport Sulphur/Henry Hurt/Billy Joe Lord, "fork"! I still strongly doubt the risks those names took were merely to avoid embarrassment.

Tommy's tune would be 'Step On' by the Happy Mondays.  Listen, and know what we're missing !!

 

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