Thursday, April 10, 2008

Port Tobacco Wheelwrights

Scott extracted the following men from the census data that Carol compiled (this is a team sport), all of whom were engaged in the manufacture or repair of wheeled vehicles. George Atzerodt and his brother do not appear among them, even though they ran a carriage shop in Port Tobacco during the 1860s.
Edward Wade, wheelwright
James Coombs, blacksmith
Washington Pye, blacksmith

Washington Pye, blacksmith
BF Robbins, harness maker
CE Wade, wheelwright
Ralph H. Way, carriage maker

Griffin Carter, wheelwright
Rufus Vincent, carriage maker
John E. Daly, carriage maker

Griffin Carter, wheelwright

Michael Martin, wheelwright

We'll find them.


1 comment:

Scott said...

Bush said we would find Bin Laden. Honestly, I have much more faith in our team. No Lame Ducks at PTAP!