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Goddard Saddlery in 1860 NW Arkansas
Posted by: Nita (ID *****6995) Date: October 19, 2002 at 08:19:26
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The Washington Co. Historical Society has copies of the Goddard Saddlery ledger that was recorded between 1859-1867; the saddlery was in the Maysville area of Benton Co., but the ledger copies are supposed to be in Washington Co. Really would appreciate a look-up for the date when John and Griffin Wright purchased saddles or other supplies from Martin Goddard. Was it in 1861/62 when Goddard was doing so much for the Confederate outfits being formed in NW Arkansas or was it about 1859/60 when normal business was conducted? Goddard outfitted several Confederate soldiers, listed their names and sometimes the captains' names--an excellent resource for anyone researching what was happening in the area. Appreciate any information.


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