Note for: Lucinda Brown, 11 Jul 1848 - 24 Dec 1917 Index
1910 Logan County, Virginia Census Dwelling 16 Tridelphia District
Ulysses BURGESS 32 White Male West Virginia
Gracie BURGESS 24 White Female West Virginia
Nora BURGESS 5 White Female West Virginia
Ela BURGESS 3 White Male West Virginia
Lucinda BROWNING 61 White Female West Virginia (mother in law)
Eva BROWNING 17 White Female West Virginia
Andrew HARVEY 26 White Male Boarder
Lucinda Brown is buried at the Browning Altizer Cemetary at Robinette
Logan County, West Virginia
Note for: Harriet Browning, 1868 - Index
Harriet died before reaching the age of 8 years old.
Note for: William Ross Browning, 1890 - 1894 Index
William Ross BROWNING died after swallowing a bean.
Note for: Dolliver Browning, ABT 1892 - Index
Lindford Dix Browning stated that Stephen and Lucinda had a son named
Dolliver who died young. I can not find information on Dolliver, I
suspect that his name was James Dolliver BROWNING.
Note for: Steven Vince Burgess, 28 Feb 1862 - Jul 1930 Index
Interview by James Anthony Burgess with Lelia Ada Burgess in the summer
Greenbrier County, West Virginia Birth, Marriage and Death Records.
Cabell County, West Virginia Death Records
Washington, D C Death Records
Greater South East Community Hospital 1310 South Ave SE Washington
D C 20032
Lelia Ada Burgess died in the Community Hospital 26 July 1777
Calvary Methodist Church Cemetary, Richlands, Greenbrier, West Virginia
Will Cabell County, West Virginia Book ll at page 188 Dated March 13, 1918
I S. V. BURGESS of Lewisburg District, County of Greenbrier, State
of West Virginia, do make and publish this my last will and testament as
1st, I desire my debts to be paid.
2nd, I give and bequeath all of my personal property and realestate to
my wife, Sallie Burgess, during her natural life and at her death said real
estate is to reverto my grandchildren the children of my son G.L. BURGESS
AND MY DAUGHTER Mrs. Lelia BURGESS.
3RD I GIVE AND BEQUEATH TO MY WIFE , Sallie BURGESS, my International St.
Louis Stock, my Libert Loan Bond, War Saving Certificates, Stock in the L & R
R. R., and all other bonds or money that I may own or possess at my death, for
to use the proceeds or parts of proceeds or parts of said bond or money for her
comfort and support during her natural life and at her death said bonds and
money remaining shall revert to my son G.L.BURGESS and my daughter Lelia
BURGESS. Given under my hand this the 13 day of March 1918.
Saml C. BEARD
J. M. WATTS S. V. BURGESS
STATE OF West Virginia
Recorded Greenbrier County Court Aug 6, 1932 Recorded in Cabell County, West
Inventory date 19 Aug 1930 Greenbrier County, West Virginia.
List stocks etc Ford Coop and Beneficiaries as follows:
Mrs. Sallie Burgess wife Lewisburg, West Virginia
Vener Franklin Burgess grandson "
Kenneth Lee Burgess grandson "
Taylor Scott Burgess grandson "
Sarah Virginia Burgess granddaughter "
Beard B Burgess grandson "
Kathleen Lorena Burgess granddaughter "
George William Burgess grandson "
Isebel May Burgess grandson "
Vivian Irene Burgess granddaughter Barboursville, West Virginia
Eloise Burton Burgess granddaughter Barboursville, West Virginia
Emerson Thomas Burgess grandson Barboursville, West Virginia
Census 1870 Fauquier County, Virginia
Caroline Burgess 56 White Female Virginia
Erasmus Burgess 31 White Male Virginia
Moses Burgess 25 White Male Virginia
George Burgess 28 White Male Virginia
Mary Burgess 22 White Female Virginia
Georgeanna Burgess 23 White Female Virginia
Alice Burgess 19 White Female Virginia
Sarah Burgess 16 White Female Virginia
Where are Steven Vince Burgess and Mollie Burgess his mother?
CENSUS 1880 Greenbrier County, West Virginia
Fort Spring District
Erasmus Burgess 44 White Male Virginia
Caroline BURGESS 67 White Female Virginia
Elizabeth Luckett 24 White Female Virginia
Eavean C Luckett 2 White Female West Virginia Neice
Where are Steven Vince Burges and Mollie Mary Burgess his mother?
CENSUS 1910 Greenbrier County, West Virginia
Vincent S BURGESS 48 White Male Virginia Va Va
Sallie J BURGESSS 48 White Female West Virginia WVa WVa
Lydia A BURGESS 22 White Female Va Va Va
Scott F BURGESS 26 White Male Va Va Va
Mary BURGESS * 65 White Female Va Va Va
*Mother of Steven Vince Burgess Census states sister not true mother.
CENSUS 1910 Fayette County, West Virginia Fayetteville District
212 BURGESS, George L Head Male White 28 5 3/2 WV VA WV Miner
BURGESS, Laura L Wife Female White 24 VA VA VA
BURGESS, Vivian I Dau Female White 3 WV WV VA
BURGESS, Emerson T Son Male White 1 mo WV WV VA
Where is George Lewis Burgess (Born Feb 1882) son of Vincent Burgess
in the 1910 Census? Must be in Fayette County, West Virginia.
Census 1900 Greenbrier County, West Virginia
10 BURGESS S V Head White Male Feb 1862 Va Va Va
BURGESS S J Wife White Female Jul 1863 WV WV WV
BURGESS G L Son White Male Feb 1882 WV VA WV
BURGESS L A Dau White Female Aug 1887 WV VA WV
Notes of Michael Burgess page 279
Vincent Burgess of Greenbrier Co., West Virginia
7a (Steven) Vincent (son of Mary Catherine II)) Born 28 Feb 1862 in Fauquier
Co., VA. Married Sarah Jane"Sallie" Crookshanks on 24 Feb 1881 in
Greenbrier Co. and died there on 19 Aug 1945.) Listed in the 1900-1910
censuses for Greenbrier Co., WV. Vince Burgess was apolice officer (later
Chief of Police at Lewisburg, WV. He died at Richland WV, in July 1930, and is
buried in the Calvary Cemetery
8a. George Lewis. Born 28 Feb 1882 at Richlands, WV See below for full entry.
8b. Caroline "Carrie". Born 5 June 1885 at Richlands, WV; died there on2
Dec1895, and is buried in the Calvary Cemetary.
8c. Lelia Ada. She wasnamed after the heroine of the religious novel of the
same name. Born 17 Aug 1888 at Richlands, WV. Married her first cousin, once
removed, Taylor Scott Burgess, son of Moses Franklin Burgess, on 2 Jan 1912 in
Greenbrier Co., WV. Lelia Burgess dictated a memoir of her early life to her
granddaughter, Helen McClung. She died at Washington, DC, on 26 Jul 1977, and
is buried in the Calvary Cemetery. For her children, see the entry of T.S.
Steven Vince Burgess
28 Feb 1862 - Jul 1930
Son of Mr Smith ? & Mollie Burgess
1a. Steven Vince (Vincent) BURGESS was born on 28 Feb 1862 in Warrenton,
Fauquier County, Virginia. He died in Jul 1930 in Richlands, Greenbrier, West
Virginia and was buried at the Calvary Methodist Church Cemetery , Richlands,
Greenbrier, West Virginia.
Steven married Sarah Jane "Sallie" CROOKSHANKS, daughter of James CROOKSHANKS (Occupation Blacksmith) and Elizabeth JACK, on 24 Feb 1881 in , Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Sarah was born in Apr 1861 in Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, Virginia. She died on 29 Aug 1945 at Richlands, Greenbrier County, West Virginia and is buried at the Calvary Methodist Church Cemetery, Richlands, Greenbrier County, West Virginia..
Steven Vince BURGESS & Sarah Jane CROOKSHANKS
MOLLIE BURGESS RAPED BY MR SMITH DURING CIVIL WAR
Mollie BURGESS was raped by a farm hand named SMITH.
Mollie and Mr. SMITH were never married. After the birth of my grand father STEVEN VINCE BURGESS, Mollie moved from Fauquier County, Virginia to Greenbrier County, West Virginia. She moved to get away from the gossip shame and humiliation of the rape according to Eloise Burgess and Tootie Burgess. Mollie`s mother Caroline Brady BURGESS made the trip to West Virginia with some of her children. Erasmus Helm BURGESS, and
Mollie's brother George BURGESS made the trip to West Virginia with them.
We have been unable to identify the name of the SMITH family in Fauquier County, Virginia by talking to residents of Fauquier County, no one seemed to remember who Mr. Smith was. After all the event occurred over 142 years ago.
MY MOTHER'S STORY
I began doing family history research back in 1969. When I asked my mother about her side of the family she was a little hesitant to talk about her grand father Steven Vince BURGESS after several discussions she finally told me about the rape of Steven Vince
BURGESS' mother Mollie Burgess.
My mother learned as a child that her great grand mother Mollie Burgess was raped by a man from a well to do SMITH family who lived in Fauquier County, Virginia during the Civil War. And that Mollie left Fauquier County, Virginia with her son Steven Vincent Burgess and moved to Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Basically that is all my mother knew.
Steven Vince BURGESS married Sarah Jane
Le Sallie CROOKSHANKS had a son named George Lewis BURGESS and a daughter named Lelia Ada BURGESS. As a young man George made several trips back to Fauquier county to visit family and to meet the young ladies. Apparently George Lewis Burgess enjoyed the ladies.
On one of his trips he met Laura Lorena COCKRILL who actually was his cousin. Please check out the picture of Laura Lorena COCKRILL. I believe that you will agree that she was an attractive lady. No wonder George was interested.
Her father John Thomas COCKRILL was not crazy about the idea that his beautiful daughter would have an interest in George Lewis BURGESS. Certainly John Thomas COCKRILL was aware of the history of the BURGESS family and the SMITH relationship.
As a matter of fact John Thomas COCKRILL had purchased the plantation that earlier had belonged to the William Rowley SMITH family of Fauquier County, Virginia.
It is interesting to note that many all of the family members are buried at Alton Farms, Bethel, Fauquier County, Virginia.
John Thomas COCKRILL'S wife was Edmonia UTTERBACK the daughter of William Price UTTERBACK and Susan Catherine BURGESS (hence the relationship between George and Laura.) I believe that John Thomas COCKRILL disapproved of the relationship for at least three reasons.
a. George and Laura were cousins.
b. George was a descendant of this terrible tragedy.
c. Greenbrier County was a long way from Fauquier County, Virginia.
My mother indicated that when George Lewis BURGESS and Laura Lorena COCKRILL were married in Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia 21 Dec 1904 that John Thomas COCKRILL disowned his daughter Laura Lorena.
When he was dying in the 1930 time period John Thomas COCKRILL requested that Laura Lorena Cockrill Burgess come to his side where he apparently made up with his daughter. That sounds pretty dramatic. Not sure that it really happened this way.
My mother remembers traveling to Fauquier County, Virginia and meeting and playing with her Cockrill cousins at Alton Farms. She remembers the home place, the fire places, the hidden stairway, large plantation and of course the cemetery surrounding the home place.
NOTE: It is important to know that the above information was the limit of my knowledge before visiting the Calvary Methodist Church on Memorial Day 1971.
AT THE RICHLANDS CHURCH CEMETERY
My mother told me that Steven Vince BURGESS was buried in the Calvary Methodist Church Cemetery, in Richlands County, West Virginia. On memorial day 1971 my family and I traveled to Greenbrier County, specifically to visit
the Calvary Methodist Church Cemetery. I was excited to say the least. To my adult recollection I do not remember going to Greenbrier County, and certainly I had never been to this cemetery before.
Sandy, Alan, Jimmy and I had drive from Logan, West Virginia with the specific goal of finding the tombstone of Steven Vince Burgess and learning more about the family.
I remember pulling into the cemetery it was getting late in the evening about 5:30 or so as it was starting to get dark. Instinctively I seemed to walk up to the tombstone of Steven Vince Burgess and Sarah Jane CROOKSHANKS. I began taking pictures of the tombstones and copying down other related markers in the area.
As I am trying to take as many pictures as I can, my wife Sandy looks in the back of the deserted cemetery and tells me that there is a little man watching us. He is coming toward us. I just keep writing down dates etc. When he gets close he asks the question, Why are you taking pictures of the tombstone of Steven Vince BURGESS?
My answer was, My grand father George Lewis Burgess was the son of Steven
The little old man smiled and said, My name is Tootie BURGESS what do you know about the family? My heart fell to my feet and back to my heart, I could not believe what he was saying. Tell me what you know I said.
Tootie began, Steven Burgess was the son of Mollie Burgess who was raped by a man named Smith in Fauquier County, Virginia during the Civil War. In the 1870's she left Fauquier County and moved to Greenbrier County with her seven year old son Steven to escape the humiliation and embarrassment of the having an illegitimate son.
Tootie continued, Mollie came with her mother Caroline BRADY BURGESS. (New information) Molly and Caroline are buried right behind Steven in unmarked graves, he pointed to what had just become sacred ground in that cemetery. Carolyn BRADY was the wife of Moses BURGESS (new information & valuable information for me)
Caroline's son Erasmus Helm BURGESS was also buried in the same area. Erasmus Helm was born deaf and dumb. (not so sure he was dumb) Tootie pointed across the cemetery and said that another brother George was kicked in the head by a horse and is buried in the same cemetery.
John was killed during the Civil War at the Battle of
Frazier's Farm and Edward was killed at the Seven Pines. Tootie believed that both men were buried near the battle field.
Tootie then told me that Caroline Brady Burgess and her children were working as tenant farmers in Fauquier County, Virginia after the death of Moses Burgess about 1858 a few years before the Civil War. Tootie knew that they lived on top of some mountains or hills on the SMITH farm North of Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
If Tootie knew any more I was unable to learn more. I was very excited to learn this wonderful new information. I love that old man.
Question - Why was Tootie
in that cemetery that memorial day in 1973?
Something special happened to me that day. I was genealogically challenged forever because of that life altering experience
Ray Lewis Tootie BURGESS was born 10 Sep 1909 in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Tootie was a farmer on his father many years ago. He was the son of Wood Albert BURGESS and Cecil Virginia BRANDT. He was the grandson of George Andrew BURGESS and Margaret F. Maggie Ford.
George Andrew BURGESS was the younger brother of Mollie BURGESS.
For a complete record of this part of the family please refer to:
The House of Burgesses by Michael BURGESS with Mary Wickizer BURGESS published in 1994 Burgess and Wickizer, San Bernardino, California distributed by Borgo Press.
INTERVIEW WITH LELIA ADA BURGESS 1974
Lelia Ada BURGESS was in advanced years and still living in 1974 when I had the awesome pleasure of meeting with her and talking about the family. Aunt Lil was 86 years when I met with her in 1974. Basically Lelia was able to confirm much of the information that had been given to me by Tootie; however, she was unable to add anything of value. Aunt Lil did not have as much information as Tootie.
MY OBSESSION IS OVER
My obsession has been to complete this book and pass the information on to my family members. I realize that this is not the most pleasing story in the world but it is the story of my family and our country. It must be told and the information presented in the most straightforward manner possible.
I do not believe that any one alive today knows what happened in 1861 and 1862. I do not know who Mr Smith is. I do know that I had to tell this story for our family to understand this part of our heritage.
No matter whether the story is true or not we are still related to the William Rowley SMITH because Letteita BAILEY COCKRILL was their cousin. In any event I have been the beneficiary of the experience. I have enjoyed writing and learning about my cousins and my ancestor?
CIVIL WAR RECORDS
Virginia's Own, The 17th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Conferderate States Army by William M. Glasgow, Jr., Colonel, U.S. Army Ret. Pulished by Gobill Press, P. O. Box 571, Alexandria, Virginia 22313
BURGESS, Charles R.: civ.occ. - clerk; entered Confederate service - Apr 17, 61 as private Co. H. and killed in action -
BURGESS, Edwards W.: civ. occ. - farmer; entered Confederate service - Apr 26, 61 as private Co. F. absent sick - Jul to Oct 61 and May to Jun 14, 62; wounded Seven Pines and died Jun 14, 62 in Richmond from effects of wounds received in action.
BURGESS, John R., civ. occ. - farmer; entered Confederate service - Apr 26, 61 as private Co. F. absent sick Jul to Aug 61 and killed in Action -
SMITH, Albert: civ occ. lawyer; entered Confederate service - Jun 10, 61 as private Co. A; absent sick - Sep to Oct 61, May to Jun 62, and Aug 30 to Dec 31, 62. wounded - second Manassas; paroled - May 11, 65 at Beaver Dam.; and died Dec 28, 92 in Alexandria, Va.
SMITH, Edwin: civ. occ. merchant; entered Confederate service - Apr 22, 61as private Co.
K' detached service - Jul to Sep 11, 61 with 49th Va. Inf. Regt promotions - captain (Sep 11, 61) and transferred - Sep 11, 61 to 49th Va. Inf. Regt.
SMITH, James M. Civ. occ. - editor; entered Confederate service - Apr 17, 61 as Private Co H. detached service Jul 61 to Dec 62 with Jul 61 - Dec 62 with Army post office at Manassas; absent without leave - Jan to Apr 63, and dropped from roll - Nov 62
SMITH, Norman E: civ occ. - clerk entered Confederate service - Apr 25, 61 as private, Co. K.: and transferred - Dec 16, 61 to Black Horse Troop.
SMITH, William R.: civ. occ. farmer; entered Confederate service - Apr 26,
As private Co. F. promotions - 1st Sergeant (May 62); and killed in action -
SMITH, William W. Civ. occ. merchant; entered Confederate service - Apr 17, 61 as 1st Lieutenant Co. A; absent - Nov to Dec 61 and Jun 30 to oct 31, 62; promotions captured - Manassas Gap - prisoner - July 27, 63 to Jun 11, 65 at
Johnson's Island Ohio; paroled - Jun 11, 65 at Johnson's Island.
Alton Farms Cemetery, Bethel, Fauquier County, Virginia
Alton Farms is a place that has great meaning in our family. The cemetery there is full of our family members. John Thomas COCKRILL and Edmonia UTTERBACK, William Price UTTERBACK and Susan Catherine BURGESS are all buried there. Along with our Smith cousins.
Fauquier County [Virginia] Tombstone Inscriptions Volumes 1 and 2,
Nancy Baird, Carol Jordan, Joseph Scherer, Heritage Books, Inc. 2000.
Located at SE intersection of Rts 628 & 672 left of house known as Alton Farms, many fieldstone markers, Col. Wm Rowleigh SMITH married Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL and had 19 children and lived here, according to Mrs. Edward J. Jones. In 1989 all rock markers except one have been taken up. Resurveyed Mar 12, 1989.
I recommend that serious family researchers check out the records found in the Fauquier County, Virginia Tombstone Inscription books.
Wm Aquilla SMITH Son of William & Mary SMITH a member of Co. H. 49th Ret Virginia Vols. Born June 5, 1840 Died in battle of Seven Pines May 30, 1862 killed charging the enemy fortifications after 14 months of arduous service ages 22 years.
Lieut David SMITH Son of Wm & Mary SMITH a member of Co. H. 49th Regt. Virginia Vols. Born June 8, 1842 was killed near Cold Harbor May 30, 1864 while charing the enemy fortifications after 3 yars of arduous service aged 22 years.
TO MANY COINCIDENCES
Who was the Mr. Smith?
I do not know who Mr. Smith was. I do not know who his parents are. I wish someone knew. I do believe that he is buried in the Cemetery at Alton Farms which was the one time home of William Rowley SMITH family and later owned by my great grand father John Thomas COCKRILL and his family.
I present the following information for my family and cousins to just ponder.
a. Mollie Mary Catherine BURGESS was born in 1843 the daughter of Moses BURGESS and Caroline BRADLEY/BRADY according to the 1850 Prince William County, Virginia census and marriage record for Moses and Caroline. It was difficult to find Moses Burgess at first as his family was living in Prince William County, Virginia in the 1850 census. We believe from Moses Burgess death record in Prince William County that they were living near Buckland, Virginia which is right on the Fauquier County, Prince William County, Virginia border just a few miles from Alton Farms.
b. Steven Vince BURGESS was born 28 Feb 1862 at Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia. According to my calculations nine months earlier would have been June 1861.
c. Mollie BURGESS was raped or had an affair near the month of June 1861.
d. Moses BURGESS was born 2 May 1808 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Moses BURGESS married Caroline BRADY or BRADLEY 8 Sep 1834 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Moses BURGESS died in 1858 in Frederick County, Virginia from a record found in Prince William County, Virginia death records.
e. Caroline BRADY BURGESS was left in a difficult situation during the middle of the Civil War to take care of her family.
f. See discussion of Moses BURGESS & Caroline BRADY family write up as we try to recreate their family. (in 1861)
g. William Rowley SMITH purchased the land that would be called Alton Farms. He married Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL 21 Mar 1809 in Fauquier County, Virginia. William Rowley SMITH had two sons who had sons of the age to have a relationship with Mollie.
h. Joseph Blackwell SMITH(son of William Rowley SMITH) was born in 14 May 1810 and married Eleanor TOWNSON
i. William SMITH (son of William Rowley SMITH) married Mary GLASCOCK 28 APR 1836 in Fauquier County, Virginia
j. John R. BURGESS and Edward W. BURGESS enlisted in the Civil War on the same date of 26 Apr 1861. Their sister Mollie was raped in Jun of 1861. John & Edward were away fighting the Civil War when the rape occurred. It is interesting to note that both Edward and John were absent from July to Oct 1861. Were they home taking care of their sister who had been raped?
k. William Aquilla SMITH and David SMITH were descendants of William Rowley SMITH and were both killed within days of John R. BURGESS and Edward W. BURGESS. Co-incidence?
l. The environment around the home of William Rowley SMITH fits the description that Caroline Brady BURGESS and her children lived on the mountains near the home of William Rowley SMITH.
m. John Thomas COCKRILL purchased the land and the cemetery called Alton Farms and lived there when George Lewis BURGESS was courting Laura Lorena COCKRILL.
n. It makes sense that the Smith family may have been trying to assist
Distant cousins during hard times.
So what do we know? What documentation do we have? Unfortunately, not much. You will have to agree that it makes an interesting story.
CAROLINE BURGESS & Her Family June 1861
Caroline BURGESS must have been a Saint. Check out her family during these years. Her husband Moses BURGESS had passed away just three years earlier. Caroline BURGESS had only her sons as assets to help provide for the family.
a. Erasmus Helm BURGESS was blind and deaf born in 1835
b. Virginia was born in 1837 and had married her cousin on 12 Aug 1858.
C. John R BURGESS was born in 1839 and was 22 and had enlisted in the military 26 Apr 1861.
c. Edward W. BURGESS was born in 1841 and was 20 years old and had enlisted in the military 26 Apr 1861.
d. Mollie was born in 1843 and was eighteen years old in Jun 1861.
e. Moses Franklin BURGESS was born in 1845 and was 16 years old in Jun of 1861. Moses did serve in Company A.
f. Frances Fanny was born in Sep 1846 and was 15 years old in Jun 1861.
g. George Andrew BURGESS and Georgianna were twins born in 1847 and would have been about eleven years old in 1861.
h. Alice was born in Nov 1849 would have been ten years old in 1861.
i. Sarah was born in 1853 and would have been 8 years old in 1861.
j. Moses Burgess and Caroline Brady are found in the 1850 Prince William County, Virginia census. They were living as tenant farmers living near the Prince William and Fauquier County, Virginia border
Carolyn really had her hands full. A deaf and blind son age 26. Two sons who could not wait to enlist in the military. An eighteen year old daughter who may have been doing some things she should not have been doing. A fifteen year old daughter who was watching her older sister and brothers. Twin children a boy and a daughter age 10 years old and a daughter age 8 years old.
Just think about the trip that the family made from Fauquier County to Greenbrier County, Virginia.
It makes perfect sense (I acknowledge this may be fiction) that the family was working as tenant farmers to a Smith family that may have been doing them a favor providing shelter and the opportunity to make a living.
It would have been natural for Mollie and one of the Smith boys to get involved. She may have been raped or may have been seduced. Nevertheless Mollie was pregnant at the end of the day.
Could the man who was involved with Mollie have died a few months later during the Battle of Seven Pines or Cold Harbor? Was there no one coming home to even help Mollie a little bit.
Certainly the Civil War has had more telling stories than this one.
It is easy to understand why the family selected Greenbrier County as a home. Greenbrier County and Fauquier County are very similar communities.
Just thinking about what could have happened is challenging to any one interested in the story.
These are my thoughts and conclusions on what may have happened. What is your opinion? Yes, I may be crazy Jim Burgess