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  • Source ID S3095 
    Text Story told by Wm. T. Painter, son of David: "At St. Charles they crossed the Missouri River by ferry, and there David was riding horseback and it so happened that a brass band struck up some music. D
    avid's horse wad frightened and so was David as that was the first brass band that many of the emigrants had every heard. But Uncle Ben Rader was there and a real horseman he was. He dashed to David
    's rescue." 
    Linked to Benjamin F. Rader 


 
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