A Stockton memorial to Tom Barkley and his last pair of dress boots stir memories of him for Victoria and Heath. Victoria travels to Strawberry, Heath's birthplace, to find out just what Tom Barkley felt for Heath's mother Leah.

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Victoria Barkley (as Miss Barbara Stanwyck)
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A Stockton memorial to Tom Barkley and his last pair of dress boots stir memories of him for Victoria and Heath. Victoria travels to Strawberry, Heath's birthplace, to find out just what Tom Barkley felt for Heath's mother Leah.

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Heath was the product of an affair that the family patriarch, Tom Barkley, had with a woman named Leah. Tom never knew about Heath. See more »

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On the road from Strawberry to Stockton, there is no sign of Heath's horse. See more »

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Heath's white trash childhood
10 February 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The third Big Valley episode has Lee Majors still trying to gain acceptance from those around. Charles Briles as little brother Eugene hasn't warmed up to new half brother Heath.

But Barbara Stanwyck now has a yen to see where Heath grew up. It seems as though her late husband spent some time in a now ghost town called Strawberry, but back in the day was a thriving mining community until the ore played out. She takes a buggy ride over and finds some of the folks who were part of Heath's childhood.

His mother is dead now, but his 'aunt' and 'uncle' Jeanne Cooper and John Anderson are still there plus a black maid Beah Richards who's a bit touched in the head. Cooper and Anderson if they were alive today would be leading citizens in some trailer park.

Some unpleasant truths are learned, but most importantly is that the late Tom Barkley never knew he had a son from the left side of the blanket.


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