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1. Willis, Agnes Eid Willis, Agnes Eid Morris, Andrew J. ed. "Willis, John Family F518". History of Larimer County, Colorado. Dallas: Curtis Media Corp., 1985. v. 1 p. 424-425. (Linkage:mention); Anderson and Eid Families F6 - Morris, Andrew J. ed. History of Larimer County, Colorado. Dallas: Curtis Media Corp., 1985. v. 1 p. 157. (Linkage:death) Drowned in the Lake Canal ditch on the family farm. She fell into the ditch while dipping water for the chickens. Arthur and Agnes had no children.

2. Williams, Charles Erwin Williams, Charles Erwin Charles E. "Cap" Williams was born in Ohio in 1872. He attended Nebraska University in the late 1890s and was a businessman in Lincoln, Nebraska for a time before coming to Colorado around 1900. He lived...

3. Slaughter, William M. Slaughter, William M. Watrous' 1911 "History of Larimer County" p. 302 Moved to Colorado in 1858 from Plattsmouth, NE. Moved to Central City in 1862 where he served as mayor in 1863. Settled in Larimer County in 1872 on a farm four miles west of Loveland. Served two terms...

4. Williams, William Richard Williams, William Richard William Richard Williams came to Colorado from Nova Scotia in 1866 at the age of 26. After working as a ranch hand west of Denver, he went to the area near Tie Siding, Wyoming to mine silver at the Silver...

5. Duncan, Simon Duncan, Simon Duncan, Simon - Watrous, Ansel. History of Larimer County Colorado 1911. Fort Collins: Miller Manor Publications, 1972. p. 497-498 Mr. Duncan was a native of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania and came to Colorado in 1860. First farmed in Larimer County near Windsor in 1865. In 1872 he homesteaded a farm near Timnath which he worked and...

6. Ross, Nellie V. Hammitt Ross, Nellie V. Hammitt Nellie V. Hammitt, whose parents settled near Platteville before the territory was known as Colorado, and A. R. Ross were married at the ranch home of the bride’s parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. F. W....

7. Barry, Alexander Barry, Alexander Barry, Alex - Fort Collins Express, Indus, Ed. 1894.; Barry, Alexander - Watrous, Ansel. History of Larimer County Colorado 1911. Fort Collins: Miller Manor Publications, 1972. p. 364 (253, 329) Came with his father's family to the United States in 1863. Worked in the Pennsylvania oil fields as a driller and contractor. Married Emma Thompson prior to 1871 when they came to Fort Collins. He bought...

8. Duncan, Nancy Duncan, Nancy "Mrs. Simon Duncan Dies In Denver at Ripe Age …". Fort Collins Courier, Apr 4,1922 (clipping file) Mrs. Simon Duncan crossed the plains from Pennsylvania with her husband and an ox team in 1860, locating in Denver until 1865 when they moved to a ranch two miles west of the town of Windsor. In 1872 they...

9. Gallegos, Mamie Gallegos, Mamie

10. Thomas, John L. Thomas, John L. Thomas, John L. - Fort Collins Express, Indus, Ed. 1894, p. 2 and 4. Civil war veteran and member of the Populist party. Won the office of County treasurer as a populist by 5 votes over candidates from the two major parties. Came to Colorado in 1873. Taught school for 7...

11. Gilkson, Appleton T. Gilkson, Appleton T. A.T.Gilkison came to Colorado in 1866 and married in 1868. He mined near Central City and made a strike at Irwin in 1879. He sold out his clain at Irwin, and in 1880 bought a farm of 360 acres near Fort...

12. Baker, Alfred M. Baker, Alfred M. Alfred M. Baker came to Ohio from England when he was three years old. In 1874 he moved to Colorado and bought a farm of 320 acres, 3 1/4 miles from Fort Collins. The price was $300. In 1880 he built a...

13. Hagemann, Roberta Houser Hagemann, Roberta Houser Married to Morse E. Hagemann on August 3, 1947 in Julesburg, Colorado. They lived and farmed in western Nebraska for 10 years before moving to Fort Collins since 1960. Roberta was still living in Fort...

14. Landes, Pierce J. Landes, Pierce J. Landes, Pierce J. - Watrous, Ansel. History of Larimer County Colorado 1911. Fort Collins: Miller Manor Publications, 1972. p. 310 In Laporte in 1911. Went to California with his parents in 1893, returning in 1895 to the W. S. Taylor farm which his father purchased near Laporte. Farmed there starting in 1895. Married Rosalie Nugent...

15. Alford, Nathaniel C. Alford, Nathaniel C. Grandview Cemetery database Worked on a farm in Maine until age 18. Learned the carpenter's trade. Moved west to Rockford, Illinois until age 24 when he got Pike's Peak Gold fever. Came west via St. Joseph, Missouri to Denver. In...

16. Bee, Fanny Cotton Bee, Fanny Cotton Morris, Andrew J. ed. "Bee, John excerpt F26". History of Larimer County, Colorado. Dallas: Curtis Media Corp., 1985. v. 1 p. 169-170. Daughter of Noah S. Cotton of Iowa. Came to Fort Collins with her husband in October 1882. Was killed May 22, 1905 by lightning in her garden on the family farm.

17. Stuver, Hannah Stuver, Hannah Hannah was born on a farm in Cherry Tree, Pa. and married Dr. Emanuel Stuver, July 2, 1879 in Pa. She had previously taught 10 years in rural and city schools. They came to Fort Collins in 1879 with her...

18. Nelson, John Sr. Nelson, John Sr. Nelson, John Sr. - Watrous, Ansel. History of Larimer County Colorado 1911. Fort Collins: Miller Manor Publications, 1972. p. 369 Mr. John Nelson Sr., a native of Nova Scotia, came to Larimer county in 1873. He purchased 240 acres of "raw" land 3-1/2 miles southeast of Fort Collins from Judge A. F. Howes. In 1874, he was the first...

19. Kern, Peter Kern, Peter Peter Kern married Catherine Knau, Feb. 15th, 1858, and they had one living son. They homesteaded in the Cache la Poudre valley located east of the present town of Timnath. Later he sold his farm and moved...

20. Mandeville, John H. Mandeville, John H. Mandeville, John H. - Watrous, Ansel. History of Larimer County Colorado 1911. Fort Collins: Miller Manor Publications, 1972. p. 374 (60, 95, 257, 226, 358); Adventuring (Mandeville Stories) - Manuscript at Fort Collins Pub Lib by Grace Gregory Civil war veteran enlisted first on Sept. 4, 1861 and again in 1863 with Company L, 21st New York Volunteer Cavalry. Participated in 13 major battles in Virginia and took part in General Sheridan's chase...
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