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

John D. Shane interview with Josiah Collins, ca. 1840s: <Capt. Will had Wm. Hancock prisoner. Capt. Will asked him what his name was. He said it was William Hancock. Capt. Will said William Hancock too much; Will was enough. His name was Will, my name's Will. Capt. Will had Hancock's gray mare. One day she came up. Hancock went out to look at her. Capt. Will saw it & came out & asked him what he was looking at that mare for. Why, says Hancock, she's mine. You lie, says Capt. Will, she's mine. Why you stole her, says Hancock, from me at Boonesborough. All the men & all the horses, says Capt. Will, at Boonesborough belong to me.> 12CC105

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