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My name is Kim Kendall, Jack is my ggrandfather. I was told that he worked on the 101 and attended reunions. I have come across some memorbilia of the 101 and even a canceled check or two. I was wondering if you had any info on him
THE CRAZY RUSSIAN TRICK-SHOT RIDER
My father, Otto Heinrich Kavieff Von Bloomenfeld, was a trick rider in the show. He came from Russia and joined the show in the early 1900's. He told me stories of his escapades in the the shows and I have a picture of him in costume. He road a horse like no one I have ever seen. My older brother tells me that he heard my father speaking to Indians in their language, which my father said he learned from his days in the show. Do you have any information or pictures of my father? I would be happy to share the picture of my father in his uniform/custome if you would like to see it. Any information you could give me would be VERY much appreciated.
28301 Harwich Drive
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
GRANDPARENTS (Keller) WORKED AT RANCH
Just wondering if you had any records of my grandparents (Ida and Monroe Keller) working on the ranch, probably sometime between early 1900s and 1919 or 1920?
I am the great great neice of Bertha Kaepernick - Blancett. My family is on a search for information about her and the places she competed. We have reason to believe she rode at the 101 Ranch and maybe possibly during Pawnee Bills show. Any information you have about her would be great.
218 W. Pine St
Lodi, Ca 95240
ANY INFORMATION ON JOHN CALVIN KUYKENDALL? BORN 1836 IN TENNESSEE. DIED 1905, IN HUMBOLDT, KANSAS WHILE WITH BUFFALO BILLSHOW AND WAS TAKEN BACK TO 101 RANCH FOR BURIAL.
My grandfather (Earl Clayton Knapp) was a hand on the ranch prior to 1902-03 +-. He was first or second cousin to the Millers on his mothers side. Can get some additional info if you'd like some.
Edwin Knapp, grandson
119 Blunk Road, Galena, Mo 65656