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Response to Brother Buzz (Reply #12)

Mon Apr 9, 2012, 12:06 PM

15. Putting aside the other version/theory that Pomp lived until 1885, you're right!

Been a few years since I was immersed in the research, and possible I transposed my memory of Gass' age-span -- the 99 years -- with Pomp.

Thanks for the reminders!

I used Gass' journal as one of the research sources. Willard is still an enigma to me -- but thanks to the journals, there's a lot of Gass and Lewis on the trail with my time-travelers.

Pomp had quite a life of his own, afterwards!

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