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Ch. Vanity (bitch, liver/white, w: 1882, breeder Mr. Barclay Field (England), owner Dayton Kennel Club (USA), AKC 6701)
Flash III (bitch, liver/white, w: 1882, breeder not given, owner A.R. Starr (USA), AKC 5238)

AKC:
""6701 Vanity (Champion)" -- Dayton Kennel Club, Dayton, Ohio. Breeder, Mr. Barclay Field, London, Eng. Whelped 1882; liver and white; by "Champion Bang (E.739)", out of "Pride (E.8160)", by "Riot", out of "Brassey's Romp", by "Garth's Drake", out of "his Romp"; "Riot", by "Garth's Drake", out of "Statter's Romp"; "Bang", by "Coham's Bang", out of "Price's Vesta", by "Bounce", out of "Belle"; "Coham's Bang", by "Hamlet", out of "Venus". Bench Shows. -- 1st, Cincinnati; 1st, New York; 1st, St. Loouis, 1884." -- AKC Studbook, 1887, Vol.IV

AKC:
""5238 Flash III" -- A.R. Starr, Marshall, Tex. Whelped 1882, liver and white; by "Champion Bang (E.739)", out of "Pride (E.8160)", by "Riot (E.6048)", out of "Romp (E.1270)" [E.5027]; "Bang" by "Coham's Bang", out of "Vesta"." -- AKC Studbook, 1887, Vol.IV


"The St. Louis Kennel Club imported "Jaunty", "Zeal", "June", "Keswick", ans "Jasmine", several years before the Graphic kennels were formed. "June" became the dam of "Marquis of Lorne", by "Faust", but it is surprising that not one of the others produced a winner in the first generation, although "Jaunty", bred to "Tory", in England, and coming to this country in whelp, produced "Trinket", who became the dam of "Trinket's Bang". ... The St. Louis Kennel Club also imported "Vanity" about this time. She was a daughter of "Bang". When the St. Louis Club disbanded, "Vanity" and "Trinket" were purchased by the late E. Fowler Stoddard, of Dayton, O. "Trinket", bred to "Croxteth", became the dam of "Trinket's Bang" and "Trinket's Countess", both field trial winners of note. She was mated with the same dog several times, and from subsequent litters came "Trinket's Cash", "Trinket's Coin", "Trinket's Chief", and "Trinket's Count", but they were only known locally, for none has a record, although "Coin", bred to "Stradella", produced "Eve", so well known as the dam of winners. "Vanity", bred to "Bang Bang" became the mother of "Van Bang" who in turn was the dam of "Stradella", the dam of "Eve", already referred to, and also of "Dame Bang", a field trial winner. -- Hochwalt, 1911


Ch. Vanity

Price's Bang
(liver/white, gold cheeks)
(w: 1870)

Price's Bang

       
 
   
 
     
 
   
 
       
 
   
 
     
 
   
 
Pride
(liver/white)
(w: 1877)

(EKC 8160)

Riot
(Barclay Field's)
(liver/white)
(w: 1873)

(EKC 6048)
(breeder: Mr. Statter)

Garth's Drake
(liver/white)
(w: 1868)

Garth's Drake

Garth's Rap Comberbach's Don
(w: 1859)
Garth's Jilt
("Lichfield's Jilt")

(sold to Mr. Garth in 1862)

Garth's Doll
("Doll I")
(w: 1864)
Ch. Newton's Ranger
(w: 1859)
Garth's Mite
Statter's Romp    
 
   
 
Brassey's Romp
(w: 1873)

(EKC 5027)
(breeder: R. Garth)
(owner at time studbook entry: R.J. Lloyd Price)

Garth's Drake
(liver/white)
(w: 1868)

Garth's Drake

Garth's Rap Comberbach's Don
(w: 1859)
Garth's Jilt
("Lichfield's Jilt")

(sold to Mr. Garth in 1862)

Garth's Doll
("Doll I")
(w: 1864)
Ch. Newton's Ranger
(w: 1859)
Garth's Mite
Garth's Romp Statter's Major Old Major
Garth's Mite
Romp
(w: 1866)

(EKC 1270)
(breeder: Lord Lichfield)
(owner: R. Garth)

Comberbach's Don
(w: 1859)
Garth's Jilt
("Lichfield's Jilt")

(sold to Mr. Garth in 1862)



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