01. Maverick, Trail West to Fury (1958), Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
02. The Conjectural Maverick, Maverick Trails
Hayden, Jessie Sr.
Jessie Hayden, Sr. was an honest and trusted business man, and knew the Maverick family in the days before the Civil War.
In 1862, just before leaving Little Bend to fight in the Confederate Army, Bret and Bart Maverick left $1,650 in gold on deposit in Hayden's general store. The Mavericks watched Hayden record the gold deposit in a store ledger and gave Bret a signed receipt but neglected to write the money was in gold on the receipt.
During his years in the Confederate Army and fighting Indians as a Galvanized Yankee along the Santa Fe Trail, Bret kept the receipt folded safely inside a bullet shell hung around his neck When he and Brother Bart returned to Little Bend in 1867, he submitted the receipt to Hayden's unscupulous son, Jessie Junior, for withdrawal. Since the receipt did not mention gold, Jessie Junior attempted to pay off the deposit in Confederate money.
See: Trail West to Fury
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