"Cowboy," a unique modern minstrel, i...

"Cowboy," a unique modern minstrel, is still living his dream

There are 1 comment on the San Bernardino County Sun story from May 19, 2006, titled "Cowboy," a unique modern minstrel, is still living his dream. In it, San Bernardino County Sun reports that:

The man called Cowboy was given a birth certificate that had no name on it. "They never gave me a name! I guess that means that I can call myself anything that I want, right? I think so," he said.

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Annie

Mobile, AL

#1 Jul 9, 2010
I've heard of you all my life. My name is Annie Acree Ruffin, My fathers name is TW (Willis) Acree from Sayre Oklahoma.

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