Eddie Lanham
Where are you Doc?
Sat Jul 16, 4:56

Karen, At a young age, I became interested in Doc. We were both born in Griffin, and attended the same church. The preacher at the 1st Presbyterian told me that a famous man named John Henry Doc Holliday was baptized in this church. That is when I became a student of Doc and his family. Yet, there is still much to learn.
The Wild West History Association website will soon have a blog page, probably in the next 30-60 days. Information on Doc will be featured.

  • To Clarify…Karen M, Wed Jul 13 23:51
    I was referring to when he left his dental practice in Griffin Georgia after being diagnosed. That was when he reportedly headed west, at least in part, for “drier climes” as advised by his doctor. Which... more
    • Where are you Doc? — Eddie Lanham, Sat Jul 16 4:56
      • Thank you EddieKaren M, Thu Jul 21 22:30
        Apologies, I did not see your message until just now. I will keep an eye out for it, thanks for the heads up! So do you think Val Kilmer got the accent right? Or at least a feasible representation?... more
        • ValEddie Lanham, Fri Jul 22 4:24
          His accent was more Charleston South Carolina. Hollywood seems to take accents to the extreme.
          • Re: ValB.J., Thu Aug 11 21:02
            Years ago, one historian familiar with period local accents said that an accent could vary between northern and southern Georgia. I don't remember who posted that, but it was very interesting.