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Sheryl Leach. Dallas , Texas , United States. The New York Times. Retrieved Archived from the original on Azor Sturdivant was the father of Roswell S. During the War of , two unnamed Sturdivants were mentioned as counterfeiters operating in Kingston Township, Delaware County, Ohio in Both of these men claimed to have been digging in the woods for salt and had escaped an attack by Indians. It turned out that the counterfeiters had used this situation as a ruse to avoid being arrested so they could easily leave Ohio afterwards. By the s, the third generation of the Sturdivant family counterfeiters were organized by brothers, Roswell S.

Sturdivant and Merrick Sturdivant who claimed to be from Tennessee via Virginia.

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Even before the Sturdivant family counterfeiters arrived in Illinois, counterfeiting was already a public menace in the future state. As the Governor of Illinois Thomas Ford described in his book, A History of Illinois from Its Commencement as a State from to , "In and '17, in the towns of the territory [ Illinois Territory ], the country was overrun with horse-thieves and counterfeiters. They were so numerous, and so well combined together in many counties, as to set the laws at defiance.

According to the first Illinois census in , Roswell Sturdivant and his wife were living in Madison County, Illinois.

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Roswell was later listed on the U. Census as residing in St. Clair County, Illinois. Roswell Sturdivant, the most prominent member and leader of the third generation of the Sturdivant family gang in Illinois was referred to as "Sturdivant the Counterfeiter" by Judge James Hall in his book, Sketches of History, Life, and Manners, in the West described him as follows:. He was a man of talent and address. He was possessed of much mechanical genius, was an expert artist and was skilled in some of the sciences. As an engraver he was said to have few superiors; and he excelled in some other branches of art.

For several years he resided at a secluded spot in Illinois, where all his immediate neighbors were his confederates or persons whose friendship he had conciliated. He could, at any time, by the blowing of a horn, summon some fifty to a hundred armed men to his defense; while the few quiet farmers around, who lived near enough to get their feelings enlisted and who were really not at all implicated in his crimes, rejoiced in the impunity with which he practiced his schemes. He was a grave, quiet, inoffensive man in his manners, who commanded the obedience of his comrades and the respect of his neighbors.

He had a very excellent farm; his house was one of the best in the country; his domestic arrangements were liberal and well ordered. East of St. Clair County, Illinois on the Kaskaskia River founded by early settler and ferryman, Ira Manville who ran the ferry until his death in The Sturdivant Gang was often confused with the counterfeiter John Duff , who operated, from to , around the region of Illinois and Kentucky, near Cave-in-Rock, by 19th and early 20th-century historians. Say What on July 24, at am. That shit looks ugly as fucc!!!

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