Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series CC, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin)

John D. Shane interview with William Rich, ca. 1843-49: Came to KY 1793. <Daniel Boone made an entry, calling for a corner to begin 5 miles E. [?] of Lulbegrud. In proving the entry, he swore that the Oil Springs was known as Lulbegrud. 'Twas said he couldn't find the entry, and leaving his co: [?] made one, & dirtied [written over: rubbed] over the fresh marks so as to conceal the brand; that they found it out on him, & that that caused him to leave this country for Mo. This was after he had been to Red Stone [?]. He had made the entry for some one, & had been called upon to establish it. All Boone's entries were mighty vague.> 11CC87

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