Charles Brown was born about 1849 in Illinois, USA. He died . Charles was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
Allridge died .
no date - newsclip notes that visit by her daughter Mrs. Albert Moe ofAnaconda.
1903 Dec 23 - noted in the Glendale Happenings column, Mr. and Mrs.Albert Moe were in to attend the funeral of Mrs. Moe's sister Mrs.Stella LaMarche. Also, another sister in from Rochester, Miss MyrtleAldridge. Same column notes that Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge have gone toAnaconda where they plan to spend the Christmas Holidays with theirdaughter, Mrs. Moe.
B C Burnum was born about 1845. He died . B C Burnum was employed as Supt. of Monroe Silver Mining Co. on the Minnie Gaffney.
Isabel Sloss Mrs was born in Sep 1858 in Ohio, USA. She died in 1919 in Seattle, King, Washington, USA.
1900 Jun 7 - Census - listed in Butte Ward 5, Silver Bow Co., Montanais John C. Sloss, born April of 1840, is 60 years of age, married forthe past 17 years, is broker in mining stock and from Ohio/Oh/Oh; hiswife Isabel was born Sept. of 1858, is 41 years of age, has borne 3children, all living and is from Ohio/Oh/Md; children are: Martha C.15, Isabel 11 and John C. is 3. All show Montana nativity.
1910 Apr 20 - Census - listed in Seattle Ward 3, King Co., Washingtonis John C. Sloss, age 71, married once for the past 27 years, nativeof OH/Ire/OH; mining engineer on own account; wife Isabel is 51, hasborne 3 children, all are living, is from Iowa/OH/Md; also John C. Jr.is 13, born in Montana.
1919 - Belle Sloss, died this year, from Wash. State Digital Archiveonline site.
John Badrich died . John was employed as Trapper #2 Lode, page 243 on 19 Sep 1873 in Bryant Mining District, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
1873 Sept 27 - located, claimed and recorded in the Book of MiningClaims for Beaverhead County, Montana Territory, the following to wit:H. D. Mansfield and John Badrich filed claim to the Trapper #2 Lodein the Bryant Dist.
Michael T Steele was born about 1834 in Ireland. Michael was employed as Elkhorn Lode, pg. 247 on 24 Oct 1873 in Elkhorn Mining District.
1870 - Census - listed at French Gulch, Deer Lodge County, MontanaTerritory is Michael Steele, age 35, a miner from Ireland; declaresvalue of personal property to be $1000. Listed in his domicile are twoother Irish boys, Edward Boyle age 40 and Barney Fitzpatrick, age 30.Both claim same values as Steele.
1873 Oct 24 at 12 o'clock noon - laid claim with partner R.W.Pahnish, to the Elkhorn lode in the Elkhorn Mining District.
Thomas Ankeny was born about 1861 in Pennsylvania, USA. He died . Thomas was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA. He was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
Harry App was born about 1861 in Pennsylvania, USA. He died . Harry was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
George W Appleton was born about 1841 in England. He died . George was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
Fred D Arbour was born about 1903. He died on 2 Aug 1959.
death date src. Mont. Death Index.
Peter Avare was born in Jan 1858 in Canada. He died . Peter was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA. He was employed as blacksmith in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
1880 Jun 9 - Census - listed at Glendale, Beaverhead County, MontanaTerritory is Peter Avare, age of 23, residing with John W. Clanton,age 21, both are blacksmiths. Is native of Canada as are both parents.
1884-1885 - Montana Gazetteer lists Avare & French as blacksmiths atGlendale.
1887 Jan 7 (5) - "Allen McDonald and Peter Avare have bought out ElzyMurray's blacksmith shop. Elzy threatens to become an honest grangerand dream away his remaining peaceful days, listening to his bondsdrawing interest." Noted in the Tribune this date.
1887 Apr 21 - Tribune reports, " A fire occurred in the blacksmithshop of McDonald & Avare, this morning at 2:30 o'clock. The flamesleaped across the street, from the blacksmith shop, and set fire tothe two-story cabinet shop, owned and occupied by Hiram Stuart. Thesecond story of the building was used by Henry W. Brown for aphotograph gallery. Both buildings were burned to the ground,including a log cabin back ofthe blacksmith shop. The losses were:Stuart, $2500; McDonald & Avare $1000; Henry Brown, $500. Noinsurance." [written by Z]
1887 May 13 (3) - noted by Tribune that McDonald and Avere haverebuilt their blacksmith shop and are hard at it again.
1888/89 - Gazateer lists Avare & McDonald (Peter Avare, AllenMcDonald) as blacksmiths.
1889 Apr 23 - on the Glendale House Hotel register maintained byproprietor G.E. Tarbell is noted Peter Avare checked in on severaldays during this time period. Residence noted as city.
1900 Jun 5 - Census - at Butte, Silver Bow Co., Montana is Peter Avare(Avaro-sic) age 42, single, blacksmith from Vermont/Can/Can.
Truman Averill Jr died . Truman was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA. He was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
W H Badger died .
clerk at Avery House.
William L Bailey was born about 1822 in New York, USA. He died . William was counted in a census on 15 Jun 1880 in Lion City, Beavehead, Montana, USA.
1888 Sept 30 - Glendale Letter List published in the Tribune on behalfof postmaster E.O. Hulsizer.
Charles Barth was born about 1878 in Wisconsin, USA. He died . Charles was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
Levi Barton was born about 1860. He died .
1883/84 - tax rolls
Thomas Bates was born about 1847 in England. He died . Thomas was counted in a census on 21 Jun 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA. He was employed as burning coal in Trapper Creek, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
1880 Jun 21 - Census - at Glendale, age 31, burning coal.
1889 Sep 06 (05) - Dillon Tribune published Glendale Letter Listinclude this name. Pro-offered by E.O. Hulsizer, postmaster.
Richard Baxter was born about 1852 in England. He died . Richard was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
Louis F Bechter was born about 1857 in Illinois, USA. He died . Louis was counted in a census in 1880 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
1880 August - appears on board bill submitted by Perkins Hotel, toHCMC for payment. Some noted as absent, which could mean they moved toanother house, or left the area all together.
W H Belger was born about 1850. He died .
News clip from an 1880 Atlantis lists him as clerk at the Avery House.
Nelson Bennett was born about 1843 in Canada. He died . Nelson was counted in a census on 19 Jun 1880 in Trapper Creek, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
1879 - listed as a teamster hauling bullion from Hecla.
John F Bergman was born about 1856. He died . John was employed as Clerk in 1888 in Glendale, Beaverhead, Montana, USA.
1887 Sep 9 - noted in the Tribune, "..the resignation of John F.Bergman as a JP of Glendale was accepted and on petition of citizensof said town R Z Thomas was appointed to fill the unexpired term of JPupon filing a bond as required by law."
JP in 1887 according to entries in Bvhd. Co., marriage books.
1888 Oct 31 - A.C. Moe signed an IOOF membership questionaire fromJohn F. Bergmann, who describes himself as a 32 year old clerkresiding at Glendale.
1888 Aug 10 - noted in the Tribune, John Bergman appointed to theDemocratic Central Committee to fill a vacancy.
1889 Feb 15 - noted in the Dillon Tribune, "John F. Bergman, formerlyof Glendale, is located at Bozeman."
1890 Jun 6 - Glendale column of the Tribune notes that John F. Bergmanwas down from Glendale on Monday.
1890 Aug 15 - Glendale column notes that Pickett and Bergman wereclosed up this morning and several attachments levied on theirproperty. It is expected that the creditors will come to an amicableagreement, and that business will be resumed in a few days.. Theattachment on the stage lin was raised, in order not to interfere withthe carrying of the U.S. Mails.
1890 Aug 29 - noted in the Tribune: Pickett and Bergman deeded overtheir property to Leopold Schmidt, the latter paying off theattachments of the HMBC and R.C. Halliday. The Melrose stage line wasdisposed of to Sappington & Co., and the Centennial Saloon and stockin trade to Hulsizer and Powell who will continue the business at theold stand.
1891 Apr 24 - the Dillon Tribune published Glendale column fromregular correspondent notes that John Bergman accompanied the remainsof George E. Tarbell from Boulder to Glendale, last Sat.
1891/1892 - Polk directory lists him as proprietor of billiard hall.
1891/92 - directroy listing
William Bertina was born about 1839 in Germany. He died . William was counted in a census on 23 Jun 1880 in Quartz Hill, Silver Bow, Montana, USA.
1883/84 - tax list; miner at Vipond
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