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Pedi­gree re­search be­comes dif­fi­cult when many in­di­vid­u­als bear the same name or when sin­gle in­di­vid­u­als go by mul­ti­ple names. The fol­low­ing list will be help­ful to read­ers who wish to fol­low up on this ar­ti­cle by in­ves­ti­gat­ing the deep PRINTER

Printer 1795 is by Turpin’s Fleet­wood by *Lit­tle Janus out of an un­known (that is, a lan­drace or Moun­tain) mare.

Printer Jr. 1829 is by Printer 1795 out of a Moun­tain Horse mare.

Printer 1865 is by Old Cold Deck by Old Billy by Shiloh 1844, out of a mare by Printer Jr.

TOM HAL

Tom Hal ca. 1808 is by Justin Mor­gan out of a mare from Ver­mont owned by the Blunt fam­ily (in all like­li­hood a Cana­dian mare).

“Cana­dian” Tom Hal ca. 1810 (so called be­cause his dam and grand­dam are Cana­dian Pac­ers) is by the above Tom Hal out of a Nar­ra­gansett Pacer mare from Mary­land.

COPPERBOTT­OM

Copperbott­om 1809 is by Justin Mor­gan out of a Nar­ra­gansett Pacer mare. This horse is also called Jowett’s, Jowitt’s or Jewett’s Copperbott­om.

Copperbott­om 1810 by Justin Mor­gan out of a Thor­ough­bred mare by Stump the Dealer by *Diomed, whose tail­fe­male line goes through Black­burn’s Whip 1805 to *Whip 1795.

Copperbott­om 1820 by Bru­tus by Jowett’s Copperbott­om 1809, out of Snip, a mare trac­ing in sire line to Eclipse, she out of a mare by Celer Jr. ca. 1800 by Celer 1780 by Meade’s Celer 1776 by *Lit­tle Janus. This horse is also known as Chinn’s, Fen­wick’s, John­son’s, Craig’s or Adams’ Copperbott­om.

Copperbott­om 1825 by Jowett’s Copperbott­om out of a mare by *Spread Ea­gle, trac­ing to Eclipse and Herod. This horse is also called Hoskins’ or One-Eyed Copperbott­om.

Copperbott­om 1828 is by Sir Archy out of a mare by *Buz­zard 1787 by Wood­pecker 1773 by Herod 1758, and is the horse taken to Texas by Sam Hous­ton.

Copperbott­om 1830 is by

Copperbott­om 1809 out of a Moun­tain Horse mare and is also called Heckard’s Copperbott­om.

Copperbott­om 1845 is by Copperbott­om 1825 out of a mare by a son of *Eclipse. This horse is also called Be­vans’ Copperbott­om.

THE WHIPS

This blood­line be­gins with * Whip 1794 (im­ported 1801) by Sal­tram by Eclipse, out of a mare by Herod whose tail-fe­male line goes to Se­bright’s “Ara­bian.”

Whip 1794 sired Black­burn’s Whip 1805 (also called Cook’s Whip) was out of Young Speck­le­back 1790 by Ran­dolph’s Celer ca. 1780 by Meade’s Celer 1776. Young Speck­le­back 1790 is out of Old Speck­le­back ca. 1780 by Meade’s Celer 1776. Her Euro­pean an­ces­try is largely Turk and Barb, but Old Speck­le­back’s dam is a half-Thor­ough­bred mare with CQRH an­ces­try.

Short’s Whip 1824 is by Black­burn’s Whip out of a Moun­tain Horse mare. SIR SOLOMON

Sir Solomon 1796 is by Sir Peter Tea­zle out of Ma­tron by Florizel by Herod; her tail fe­male goes to the Godol­phin and Bartlett’s Bleed­ing Childers, with many crosses to Hobby and Old Bald Peg.

Sir Solomon 1805 is by Tickle Toby by Al­fred by Matchem, out of Vesta who traces through Meade’s Celer to *Lit­tle Janus. Her tail fe­male includes *Clock­fast, *Fearnought and *Mor­ton’s Trav­eller, root­ing in Barb and Old Bald Peg.

Sir Solomon 1808 is by Cit­i­zen who traces in sire line to the Godol­phin, out of Nathan White­head’s gray *Diomed mare; her tail fe­male includes Mark An­thony, *Fearnought.

Sir Solomon 1815 is by Sir Archy out of a Moun­tain Horse mare. Shiloh 1844 is a de­scen­dant of this horse.

Sir Solomon 1832 is by Trumpa­tor, a Matchem-line horse, out of a mare by Le­viathan. She traces to *Diomed and Herod, plus the usual Turk, Hobby and Old Bald Peg.

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