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Re: Lt James G Sturgis
Posted by: Joe Kelly (ID *****2343) Date: April 09, 2011 at 22:15:06
In Reply to: Re: Lt James G Sturgis by John Martin of 187

You Sir are a total Idiot. To suggest Jack Sturgis ran away and took up a new life. Fact his clothes were found in the deserted village, all bloody, long johns buttoned up to prove he was decapitated. Fact his head was Id in the village along with 2 enlistedmens heads. Young Sturgis being the son of the Commander of the 7th Cavalry, these facts were not reported to spare the famaily grief. Custer was Lt Colonel , Col Sturgis was Colonel of the 7th. In 1878 Sturgis mother visited the battledfield and a bogus grave was set up to show her that her son was id and buried as the Army reported Sturgis as missing in action. 2 books out. Title "The Custer Casulties" by Richard G. Hardorff Vol 1 and 2. Please to not post garbage to someone looking for their ancestor.Fact the body found 60 miles away on the Rosebud was not Nathan Short nor any other 7th man it was a railroad foreman, that also proven to be a fact. The Book "Mystery of the Rosebud" BY Douglas W Ellison. Once again stop your conspiracy BS.


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