Bob Cash
Re: Re: Re: DeArment's Bat book
Mon Aug 29, 8:55

Erik, Roger Myers has not passed on. I said he "is now absent" as in absent from this board. It is my understanding that he recently had an article published in the WWHA Jornal. I wish he would begin to participate in this board again.

Both Rogers did utilize all the factors you refer to. My memory is that some of the confusion came from an article that was published in the weekly TIMES or GLOBE that had previously appeared in a daily edition.


  • Re: Re: DeArment's Bat bookerik hewitt, Fri Aug 26 18:27
    DeArment has the date as Sep. 17 or 18, 1878. Did the "Rogers" factor the Cheyenne renegade activities into their timeline? DeArment sets his dates for the event and Siringo's arrival on this and... more
    • Re: Re: Re: DeArment's Bat book — Bob Cash, Mon Aug 29 8:55
      • Re: Re: Re: Re: DeArment's Bat bookBob Cash, Mon Aug 29 11:00
        I went throgh th archives to find Roger's and/or Roger's explanation of how they agreed on the date of Allison showing up in Dodge City as September 24, 1878 and not the 19th, as Roger Myers first thought.... more
        • Any other criteria for Sept. 24?Bob Admirer, Mon Aug 29 16:56
          I realize the duo Roger could not pick Sept. 19, 1878, for the imbroglio with Clay Allison, since Bat did not arrive home from attending the Kansas City Fair until Sept. 23. The K. C. Fair commenced on... more
          • Re: Any other criteria for Sept. 24?Bob Cash, Thu Sep 01 12:41
            To the best of my memory, they arrivd at the date of September 24th because, partially, of references to he Dull Knife raid in the newspapers and an initial misunderstanding of when Cape Willinghm, who... more
            • Re: Re: Any other criteria for Sept. 24?Bob Cash, Thu Sep 01 17:53
              I really don't remember, but it is possible that the two Rogers researched the news that Cape Willigham told Siringo about the previous day's events in Meade City and the near the Crooked Creek store.... more