Converted Colt Navy Revolver
Bushwhakers Motorcycle Club cut
1% tattoo over heart
Col. Randolph “Reb” Hollister, was born on May 23, 1818. His father was a Captain in the American Army. He was born into a middle class family in Springfield, Missouri. He went to school and excelled at his studies, and when he was old enough he went to West Point military college. He was a land owner and slave owner before the outbreak of the American Civil War. It was in his Mid to late thirties He was promoted to Major, and as he performed his military duty, he received word that his Family had be slaughtered and land and home scorched to the ground by a band of John Browns followers. That night he rode for his home to find only ashes and rubble left. When he returned to his post he found a Court Martial waiting for him and upon a guilty verdict a death sentence for desertion. The times were tense and a man from Missouri wasn’t likely to a fair trial. Again he rode this time to the Indian nations to hide from almost certain death. At what would become the outbreak of the American Civil War he rode with Capt. William Quantrill under the name Jace Hollister. He is training and command ability was quickly discovered, and it was found out that he had once been a Major. He was promoted to the rank of Col. In the confederate army, and given command of some Partisan Rangers, or Bushwhackers. He conducted raids along the Missouri, Kansas Border until the end of the war. After the war during reconstruction the Reb felt to leave the military would be a waste, so he enlisted in the Union Army and taking into consideration he prior rank in both the Union and Confederate army and his age, he was given the rank of Sgt. Major. His men gave him the fitting nickname of Reb due to his former colours. This was a term of respect and endearment. He was stationed in Indian Territory and he would serve there until 1868.
Player: Tyler Morris
Location: Fairbanks, AK