The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 32, July 1928 - April, 1929 Page: 39
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A History of the J A Rancl
cattle business near Amarillo. Whitfield Carhart lives in Green-
The following is a list of the old J A cooks: Arnold Suiter,
Guss Hartman, Jerry Shea, T. M. Wolfe, Tom Brown and wife,
Mr. Dewold, Old Fox (negro), Jim Phillips and Edd Carlson
and wife. Suiter, Hartman, Shea and Brown are dead. T. M.
Wolfe is present county judge of Gray County. Mr. Dewold lives
on a farm near Abernathy. "Old Fox," famous negro cook, lives
in Arizona. Jim Phillips, a miner, returned to California and is
said to have made his stake in the mining business. Edd Carlson
and wife are at present in the restaurant business in Clarendon.
Jim Burdick will be remembered as one of the best of old-time
blacksmiths. He is farming near Wheeler. Mack Hawthorne,
another old-time blacksmith, is dead. Will Terrell, another black-
smith, is in the hardware business in Hollis, Oklahoma.
The following is a list of old-timers who worked on the ranch
between 1877 and 1887 and have not already been mentioned:
Tom Brenham, Louie Trumbell, Allen Gentry, Dan Jenkins, Frank
Mitchell, Charlie Murphy, "Doc" Perkins, George Perkins, Bob
Perkins, Charlie Derrick, Will Murphy, W. L. Underwood, Samp
Davis, W. E. Davis, Will Terrell, Max Scott, Henry Lovett, Bill
Scott, Fred Scott, Bill Price, Abb Antrobus, Charles Ray, A. D.
Moore, Mr. Trumbell, Juan Rodriquez, Indian Hosea, Sam Carter,
John Righ, Fon Bartlett, Dave Joyce, Jim Duncan, Bill Brooks,
Ed Galather, Bill Allen, Lee Elliott, Wot Wiley John, Henry
Hughes, Jess Steen, Dick Kelly, Jack Rush, O. B. Dunlop, John
Lemmons, Dick Cross, Billy Sweet, A. A. Hopkins, Ed Smith,
Parry Rowe, Henry Phillips, Cope Willingham, Sam Poteet, Jeff
Campbell, Lee Anderson, G. G. Smith, Charles Taul, Charles Kim-
ball, John Wood, Mexican Hosea, Jim Parks, Jack Richie, Micky
Bartlett, Mat Allen, Bob Priddy, V. Finch, Mr. Tempest, Pete
Gilpin, Jarrett Kent, Bob Holt, John Bishop, Cross, W. J. Smith,
John Putter, John Martin, John Rummings, Al Beard, Jake Quick,
Johnny Monroe, Lee Poteet, Andy Ray, Jim Campbell, Mack
Goode, Doc Howard and Silas Shuk. Women who should be men-
tioned in this group are Mrs. Charlie Stephens, Mrs. John Heck-
man, Mrs. John Mann, Mrs. Trumbell, Mrs. Charlie Beverly, Mrs.
Tom Brown, Mrs. Jim Pierce, Mrs. J. W. Kent, Mrs. Henry W.
Taylor and Mrs. Rod Regis.
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