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The History and Life of 17 year old Richard H. Clow, as seen through his Civil War letters and diary. His wartime experiences, thoughts, frontier living and mining for gold in Deadwood, S.D.
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Rick, I just ordered your book Rough Enough when I googled Richard Clow and came up with your wonderful information on Richard’s first wife Mary Bingham and her husband. Mary is my grandfather Abraham Earl White’s first cousin, as her mother, Rebecca White Bingham Larpenteur, was one of his father’s older sisters. I was so thrilled that you would share her story and photo online, as for years she has only been a storyless name on my family tree with a familyless husband. What a remarkable collection your family has preserved!
If you have any other information on Mary Bingham and her family, I would be so interested as the Binghams remained in Little Sioux, Iowa, along with other White sisters and their husbands (Caroline White and Enos Fry, Abigail White and Isaac Ashton, Malinda White and Lorenzo Dow Driggs) while the rest of the family, including Mary’s widowed grandmother Rebecca Smith White, moved to Utah with the main group of Mormons. Thank you so much for sharing! I look forward to reading your book-and eventually the others you have written!
Sincerely, Claudia Cannon