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Was there a Shotgun in Dallas?

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posted on Jan, 20 2008 @ 05:23 PM
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Birth Certificate of Howard Robard Hughes, Junior
(born: September 24, 1904 - died: April 5, 1976)

The father Howard Robard Hughes, Senior (oilman, 34) and mother Allene Stone Gano (socialite, 20) of Howard Robard Hughes, Junior (the aviator) 'met again' on Christmas Eve of 1903 at Old City Park in Dallas, Texas. Allene Stone Gano was the daughter of William Bariah Gano (lawyer), who was the son of Richard Montgomery Gano (doctor), who was the son of John Allen Gano (soldier), prominent Bourbon County, Kentucky and Dallas, Texas Christian evangelists. Richard Montgomery Gano was elected to the Texas State Legislature and promoted to Brigadier General by Jefferson Davis (Confederate president) himself. Allene Stone Gano's obsession with 'germs' and 'diseases' manifested in the Spring of 1904 upon learning of her Howard Robard Hughes, Junior illegitimate pregnancy. Allene Stone Gano's obsession with 'secrecy' began with a Shotgun wedding for a Shotgun bride known in Dallas, Texas on May 24, 1904. Journeying 'around the world' at a Grapevine Prairie / Gano Street honeymoon adjacent to Old City Park by law firm of Gano, Gano, and Gano (three of Richard Montgomery Gano's sons, whom William Bariah Gano was the eldest), the Ganos 'evangelized' Howard Robard Hughes, Junior's "1904 Birth Certificate" from the Dallas County Courthouse (Old Red) at Houston Street (adjacent to Dealey Plaza built in 1940) on September 24, 1904. Howard Robard Hughes, Senior, Allene Stone Gano Hughes, and Howard Robard Hughes, Junior moved to 1404 Crawford Street, Houston, Texas immediately afterward and the fictitious birthdates of "September 24, 1905" and "December 24, 1905" were 'suspicious' by Howard Robard Hughes, Junior's size early on. "Three added months commemorated and masked my 1903 Christmas Eve conception", stated 70-year-old Howard Robard Hughes, Junior on September 24, 1974 at White Rock Court (Route 66), Kingman, Arizona. Was it worth the trouble, was social justice done? Howard Robard Hughes, Junior was a victim of 'society', his mother's obsessions with 'germs' and 'diseases' and 'secrecy' did indeed cripple him for life.

What ever happened to Dr. Oscar L. Norsworthy, the prominent Houston, Texas physician who refused to sign and deliver the "September 24, 1905" Howard Robard Hughes, Junior birth certificate to Harris County Courthouse for 1404 Crawford Street, Houston, Texas? What ever happened to Dr. Oscar L. Norsworthy, the prominent Houston, Texas physician who refused to sign and deliver the "December 24, 1905" Howard Robard Hughes, Junior birth certificate to Harris County Courthouse for 1404 Crawford Street, Houston, Texas? Howard Robard Hughes, Senior attended Harvard and studied law at the University of Iowa practicing law with Felix Turner Hughes (lawyer), his father. Did both of these families of soldiers, doctors, lawyers and ministers not have the wits file a simple birth certificate of record at the Dallas County Courthouse for the aviator who would become the richest man in the world?

Howard Robard Hughes, Junior claimed at his 70th birthday in 1974, "It was an humble ('h' silent) Christmas Eve on Dealey Plaza at Houston Street in Dallas, Texas, on September 24th, 1904". Thus his birthdate and birthplace were disputed in various sources as Dallas, Humble, and Houston, Texas. Howard Robard Hughes, Junior was 71 years old when he died of kidney failure en route to Methodist Hospital on an airplane that departed Mexico, on April 5, 1976.

"It was a Shotgun wedding for a Shotgun bride." - HRH

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[edit on 1/20/2008 by Garry Denke]




posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 03:46 PM
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The first point is that American Airlines former employee Howard Hughes / Charles Howard was delivered by General Doctor Richard M. Gano in a humble Dog Trot House log cabin located at 1717 Gano Street, Dallas, Texas which was in Grapevine Prairie marked by a Stone Mound at Airman's Corner (metes and bounds) North and West of the DFW International Airport, where American Airlines has its fortress hub. Howard Hughes / Charles Howard birth certificate from the Tarrant County Courthouse was found during Oil, Gas and Mineral Lease ownership search in a Supplemental Abstract of Title covering land within the Barnett Shale Play by Denoco Inc. of Texas, during the loss of an $181-million lease to Chesapeake Energy Corporation over a year ago. The DFW International Airport Board approved the $181-million Barnett Shale drilling lease with CHK, who began drilling the Barnett Shale Formation below its 18,000 acres last year under Federal Aviation Administration auspices. General Doctor Richard Gano signed the notarized Tarrant County Clerk's Office birth certificate dated September 24, 1904 reflecting identification of American Airlines former employee Howard Hughes / Charles Howard, in that certain Texas Driver's License and Social Security Card obtained on or about September 24, 1932's employment. Old City Park "dog-trot" house at Farmstead village was General Doctor Richard M. Gano's and wife Mattie J. Welch Gano's (evangelist Barton W. Stone descendant) first house in Texas, and a human skeleton (Charles Howard) was discovered walled up inside the Stone Chimney of its main room when Howard Hughes Birthplace was dismantled, before moving it to 1717 Gano Street, Dallas, Texas during DFW International Airport construction. General Doctor Richard M. Gano who delivered Howard Hughes / Charles Howard inside Dog Trot House log cabin, acquired the land in 1856 and remodeled the house by covering it with clapboard siding while adding two more rooms and a second story. That certain Stone Mound being the Charles Howard builder's original Stone Chimney foundation at Airman's Corner (metes and bounds) in Grapevine, Texas is the only Farmstead homesite marking left. General Doctor Richard M. Gano died on March 27, 1913 and is buried beside Mattie J. Welch Gano his wife in Section 3, Lot 63 at Oakland Cemetary in Dallas, Texas.

"It was a Shotgun wedding for a Shotgun bride." - HRH, 1974

Charles Howard



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