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Enoch and Susan Lunsford lived on the 101 Ranch and two of their children died while they lived there. Birdie and Molly. Could anyone give me info on this family and photo's. I am told the children died of Diptheria.
My grandfather, Albert M. Lane, was the exact image of the Indian head nickel rendering. He broke horses for Mr. Miller and assisted in parts of the show. There is a photo of him at the wheel of Mr. Miller's automobile with Mr. Miller in the passenger seat. The entire family ignored his stories of the show considering him to be falsely bragging, though photos prove otherwise. We the grandchildren are seeking any info about Albert Milton Lane. He was quite a man!
3467 33 Ave N APT #4
Saint Petersburg, Fl. 33713
My father Elzie Lee Lester worked on the 101 Ranch in the 1920s. I would appreciate any information at all.
My father, R. E. (Smokey) Leone, told me he once rode for the 101. It
would have been in the mid-20s but I see he's not on the '25 roster.
He told me Bill Pickett taught him to bulldog and he rode a bucking
buffalo in the show. Do you have any other roster info, etc.?
Losen or Losenski
Hi my name is Katie Lossen. I know that my grandfather was employed at the 101 ranch for quite some time between the 1920's-1950's. His name was Joe Losen or Losenski, his wife was named Goldie. If you have any information on him please email me in reply.