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From: "margaret jobe" <>
Subject: Re: [JOB] Samuel S. Jobe - Pony Express Rider
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2003 20:01:29 -0400
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Freida,

Nice work! We had seen the name of Samuel Jobe listed as a Pony Express
rider when we visited the museum two years ago and wondered where he placed
in the Jobe Family. At that time the Pony Express Museum had no information
about the riders. It's nice to find that there indeed are books that do
have that information. I know that I will order one.

Thanks for the info..

Margaret
----- Original Message -----
From: Freida Wells <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, September 06, 2003 5:14 PM
Subject: [JOB] Samuel S. Jobe - Pony Express Rider


> Greetings,
>
> Awhile back I was going thru files and ran across a page that had been
copied from a book, it had to do with people that were in UT at one time.
One of the people listed was a Samuel Jobe and he had been a Pony Express
rider between St. Joseph, MO. and Utah.
>
> I thought, I bet my friend Dixie Painter head libarian at the genelaogy
library in St. Joseph would like to have this for her library, and I also
thought it would be nice to send a generation of his family along with it,
so ask Ann to send to me.
>
> Well I mailed it to her and she responded right away and said there had
been a book done on the Pony Express Riders and she had gotten me a copy and
mailed it. Much to my surprise when I received it, there was a story and
photo of Samuel in the book.
>
> I have scanned the photo and added it to the album of Moses Job s/o Joshua
Job and Margaret McKay http://www.imagestation.com/album/?id=4291293155. It
is # 4
>
> At this time we do not have any other photos so I jsut added it to this
one. I have also typed the story that goes with it and added to the photo.
>
> If you are interested in this book it is called "On the Winds of Destiny"
it has been done by Jacqueline Lewin and Marilyn Taylor. Their website is
www.stjosephmuseum.org.
>
> Link to Pony Express and its Riders is:
http://www.stjosephmuseum.org/PonyExpress/ponyexpress.htm
>
> Samuel is listed on the site, so Ann you might want to add a link or at
least add to his family file.
>
> Freida Wells
>
>
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