Number

Type

Date

Bio

Property

Misc

Book

Page

62353

Bill of Sale

1898

D.R. Drenkle, Mary E. Drenkle

209 S. Monarch St., Aspen

Transfer of photograph

gallery from D.R to Mary Drenkle

123

339

66899

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1902

M.C. McNichols, Mary E.

Drenkle


Securing an indebtedness in

the sum of $160, 1901



15328

Release of Deed of Trust

1886

Bridget F. Hynes, J. R. Mason, A.

P. Mackey

Lot A, Block 80, Aspen with improvements

Quit claim release from Hynes to Mason, trustee for Mackey, inside ref. book 38,

page 48

5

306

15329

Deed of Trust

1886

Rosalie Holcomb, Truman Case,

Aspen Lumber Co.

Lots C, D, E, F and westerly half of Lot G

in Block 37, Aspen

Holcomb & Case purchase

from Aspen Lumber Co.

38

154

15340

Notice of Lien

1886

J.E. Slagle, Aspen Lumber Co.

410 Hyman Ave., Aspen

Lien against drug store by

Aspen Lumber

20

543

8351

Administrative Deed of Sale

1884

James Casey, William O'Brien, Charles Reese

Climax Lode Mining, Highland Mining District

Mining deed from O'Brien Estate to Charles Reese

17

269

8742

Power of Attorney

1884

Roger McNamara, William Leonard

Hercules Lode Mining, Aspen Mountain, Roaring Fork Mining District

Power of attorney from

McNamara Leonard to sell 1/22 part parcel

18

5?

21998

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1888

Thomas Leishman, Frank Henry, Walter Boyle, Coy Brislin, John

C. Eames

Starlight Lode, Frying Pan Mining District

Record $100 work or improvements, signed 1887

6

296

21999

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1888

Thomas Leishman, Frank Henry, Walter Boyle, Coy Brislin, John

C. Eames

New York Lode, Frying Pan District

Record $100 work or improvements, signed 1887

6

296

15303

Mining Deed

1886

John C. Teller, Lillie D. Beach

Maggie Bell Lode, adjoining Wilton Belle,

Highland Mining District

Mining Deed from Teller to

Beach, signed 1885

34

286

8

Check

1882

Culver, Page & Hoyne Co.

Aspen

Lithographers and

manufacturing stationers



1034

Mining Deed

1881

Frank N. Avery, George W. Case, A. A. McFarlane, William McMurchy, William B. Root

Revised Edition Lode, West side of Saunders Gulch, 1 1/2 miles south of Castle Creek, Columbia Mining District

Mining deed from Avery & Case to McFarlane 1/4 lode, McMurchy & Root 1/8 lode

each

1

130

21976

Release of Deed of Trust

1888

John Killam, B. F. Bush, J. M.

Leonard, Ellen Leonard

Lots 6 & 7, Block 8 in Eames addition,

Aspen

Release of deed from Bush to

Leonards signed 1887, inside ref. book 47, pg 80

54

113

21993

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1888

J. P. Snyder, L. P. Anderson

Little Mattie Lode, Columbia Mining District

Record $100 work, signed in 1887



15343

Deed of Trust

1886

C.L. Staten, F. H. Stockman, Aspen Lumber Assn.

Lots R & S, Block 22, Aspen

Deed from Staten & Stockman to Aspen Lumber

38

155

1500

Certificate of Assignment

1895

J. C. Markle

Block 76, Aspen

Tax payment, Certificate #143



5027

Certificate of

Redemption

1896

Angie Dunn

Part of Lot 14, Block 7, Eames Addition

Tax payment, Certificate

#1189



200

Tax Sale Certificate of

Purchase

1886

George H. Moser, C.D.

Robinson

Lot O, Section or Block 97, Aspen

C.D. Robinson purchased for

delinquent 1885 taxes



40715

Chattel Mortgage

1891

J.E. Callihan, Lou Elliott, J. Callihan & Co., William Redfield

Lot R & S, Block 82, Mill Street, Aspen

Various items sold to

Redfield for Court Exchange saloon



752-774

Certificate of Assignments

1896

Hal Sayer

Lodes: Alura, Daisy, Tenderfoot, Eureka, Last Chance No. V, Lamakin, Mollie, Annex, River, Woody Creek Toll Road, Blue Diamond, Court of Chancery, Discovery, Ajax, Black Mettalic, Tripod, Nettie, Moscow, Barefoot, Snowshoe, Nestor, Tunnel; Woody Mining District

Taxes of 1985, Certificates #116-226



63876

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

Edward LaBrand, E. W. Jewett

Pitkin County

Mortgagor LaBrand to Jewett



6325

Certificate of

Redemption

1900

W.F. Ritter

2/3 Mattie Woods Lot, Claim #7097,

Woody Mining District

Sold for delinquent taxes

1898, Certificate #1077



35920

Release of Deed of Trust

1890

S.J. Thompson, W. Porter Nelson, John H. Smale

Lot N ?, Block 61, Aspen

Document reference Book 62, Page 202, Thompson

satisfied note to Smale

66

272

38465

Notice of Forfeiture

1890

O.O. Austin, Joseph Tillison,

Michael Scanlon, B. Clark Wheeler

Scanlon Lode, Roaring Fork Mining

District

Notice in Aspen Times of

1889 mining claims labor under provisions section #2324



3699

County Account and

Affidavit

1889

J. D. Bransford, James N.

Bennett

Aspen

Policy #3471353

80

367

41383

Release of Deed of Trust

1891

John Killam, Alicia Miller, Lucy

P. Clark

Lots G & H, Block 60, Aspen

Quit claim release 1890 from Clark to Miller, inside ref. book 47, pg 189

83

2

38093

Mining Deed

1890

W.W. Cooley, E. O. Moses

Crown Point Lode, Columbia Mining District

1/8 interest conveyed from

Cooley to Moses (Arapahoe County)

75

484

1653, 1654

Certificate of

Assignment

1896, 1897

W. O. Zaugg

Lot F, Block 84, Aspen

Taxes 1895, 1896,

Certificates # 1648, 1434



1661

Certificate of

Assignment

1895

Joseph H. Waters

29/48 Colorado Central, No. 1817

Taxes 1984, Certificate 285



1667

Certificate of

Assignment

1898

John I. Jones

South 1/2 Lots A, B, C, Block 778, Aspen

Taxes 1897, Certificate 476



1670

Certificate of

Assignment

1897

Etta Dwyer

East 10 feet of Lot F, Block 39, Aspen

Taxes 1896, Certificate 1197



13551

Mining Deed

1885

John Lewis Day, J. L. Root

Buckhorn Lode, Castle Creek Mining District

1/16 interest conveyed from Day (Cook County, IL) to Root, inside ref. book 7 pg.

398

34

45

3077

Sheriff's Certificate of Levy

1882

R J. Pearce, John Martin

Ruby Forks District, specific ref. in Book W, Pg 495 Recording Office Gunnison County & Book 1, Pg. 507 Recorder's

Office Pitkin County

Levy against Martin

9

10

15304

Mining Deed

1886

R. R. Teller, Lillie D. Beach

Maggie Bell Lode, adjoining Wilton Belle,

Highland Mining District

1/10 interest in the lode to

Beach

34

287

15341

Quit Claim Deed

1886

Peter Marchese, John C. Eames

Lot 3, Block 3 of Eames Addition, Aspen

Quit claim from Eames to

Marchese

29

264

15317

Mining Deed

1886

J. A. Buckmaster, H. D.

Hefferlin, John H. Greener

Sam Houston Lode, Summit of Aspen

Mountain, Roaring Fork Mining District

Quit claim 1/5 interest from

Buckmaster & Hefferlin to Greener



15313

Trustee's Deed

1886

J. S. D. Manville, J. A. Murray, J.

W. Campbell, George F. Crosby,

M. D. Campbell

Lot R & S, Block 70, Aspen

Crosby & Campbell conveyed to Manville, Murray & Campbell, inside ref. book 2,

pg 70

20

538

15347

Quit Claim Deed

1886

John C. Teller, John C. Allen, Charles S. Adams

Ingleside Placer, Conundrum Gulch, 4 miles above Highland

Teller conveyed 1/6 interest to Allen and Adams, inside ref. book 20, pg. 50

29

265

15319

Water Rights Claim

1886

True A. Smith, Thomas B. Stephens, Jote Smith

1/2 mile from Jote Smith's house & 1 mile from Roaring Fork Ditch, Brush Creek

Claim of 600 ? Inches of water for agricultural purposes

20

541

783-785

Certificate of

Assignment

1894, 1895

Maria L. Heald

Lots N & O, Block 99, Aspen

Certificates 303, 400 & 401



272-274,

277-279

Tax Sale Certificate of

Purchase

1886

Owner "Unknown", Geo. H.

Moser, Treasurer

Lots E, F, G, K, L, & M, Block 2, Aspen




67411

Chattel Mortgage

1902

George W. King, A. Weir

Eagle County

30 yearling steers, branded K

on left side



15706

Mining Deed

1886

John C. McKenna, John C. Eames, Al Hopely

Hummingbird Lode Roaring Fork Mining District

1/16 interest conveyed from McKenna to Eames & Hopely

34

347

7949

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1884

C. W. Robinson, M. J. Gunn, J. L. Phillips, A. A. Beard, M.

Stewart, F. H. Sarles

Madame Gunn (Gumm), Copper Queen, Orinn Extension, Columbia Mining

District

Record $100 of work or improvements



62569

Water Rights Claim

1898

Charles K. Forrest, Gertrude

Kate Forrest, J. C. Sherman

Gulch Northeast of Sec. 17 Township 10,

South of Range 84 W

160 inches of water



62842

Quit Claim Deed

1898

Mary E. Turley, Amy L. Elder

Lot S, Block 69, Aspen

Conveyed from Turley to

Elder

116

234

62456

Amended Location Deed

1898

Andrew McIntosh

Mount Sinai Lode, Roaring Fork Mining

District

S 10 degrees 34' W. 300 ft. to

Cor. No. 2, N. 79 degrees 26' W., 1469.39 ft to Cor. No. 3;

N. 10 degrees 34' E., 300 ft. to Cor. No. 4, Cor. No. 3 Sur.

No. 5658, Vulture Lode, bears S. 13 degrees 44' W.

177.58 ft., S. 79 degrees 26'

E., 1469.39 ft. to Cor. No. 1 the place of beginning

101

100


62397


Affidavit of Labor and Improvements


1898


John Hagan


Iron Duke Lode, Maroon Mining District


Record $100 of work or improvements



881, 885,

886, 888,

889

Certificate of Assignment

1898

Fremont Woodruff

Little Annie, Lode, Eureka Lode, Eclipse Lode, Richmond Lode, Pitkin County

Assigned 2/3 Little Annie, Lode No. 2228, 2/3 Eureka Lode No. 2227, Eclipse Lode No. 3063, Richmond Lode No. 2598, Certificates #577,

436, 850, 506, 1324; Sold

1895-97



62463

Location Certificate

1898

James. A. Palmer

Oregon Mining Claim, Lincoln Mining District,

Beginning at Cor. No. 1 Pine Post, Youngs Peak S 14 degrees E., Red Mountain Pass N. 88 degrees, S. 61 degrees W. 450 Ft. to side center stake, 1500 ft. to Cor. 4 Pine Post, N 29 degrees W 300 ft. to Cor. No. 1; West side of Lincoln Gulch 2 1/4 miles from the head of the

gulch.



62863

Affidavit of Labor and

Improvements

1898

Charles H. Keyser

Park 1-8, Dividend 1-6 Lodes, Columbia

Mining District

Record $100 of work or

improvements

70

97

62995

Affidavit of Trustee's Life

1899

Nathan Oakes, Alice Nichols, Amy Loraine Arkell, James

Edwin Arkell,

Pitkin and El Paso Counties

Oakes trustee for Nichols, Arkell

142

26

26

Chattel Mortgage

1900

F. C. Jenkins, Schloss Brothers

322 Harrison Avenue, Leadville;

Recorded in Pitkin County

Jenkins paid Scloss Bros. in

full 1899



63650

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Fred Light, Henry Thode

Pitkin County

Light mortgaged from Thode



63623

Chattel Mortgage

1899

R. C. Clark, Peter Brown

Pitkin County

Brown bought two mares, a wagon, sled, etc. from Clark



63409

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

F. H. Stockman, A. E. Bates, Thomas Quinn

Pitkin County

Quinn mortaged from Bates in 1898



63871

Renewal of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Andrew Mulqueen, A. F.

Bardwell, D. S. Harrington

Pitkin County

Harrington mortgaged from

Bardwell in 1898



20404

Location Certificate

1887

James F. Smith, Malcolm McFarlane

True Blue Lode, Woody Mining District

Cor. No. 1, running 300 ft. S. 15 degrees W. to S.E. Cor. No. 2, 1500 ft. N. 75 degrees

W. to S.W. Cor. No. 3; N 15 degrees E. 300 ft. to N.W. Cor. No. 4; 1500 ft. S 75 degrees E to N. E. Cor. No 1; From S.E. Cor. of True Blue

Sopris Peak bears N. 83 degrees W; From N. W. Cor. No. 4 aspen tree stands N. 2 degrees E. 15 ft. 2 in., also, aspen tree stands N. 48 degrees E. 12 ft. 6 in.



1126, 1127

Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase

1897

Owner "Unknown", Michel McNichols, Treasurer

31/48 Red Chief Lode, Sur. No. 5813; 1/4 Nest Egg Lode, Sur. No. 3706




943

Certificate of

Assignment

1894

Minnie L. Hosey

Aetna Lode, Pitkin County

Certificate #60, 2/16 interest

Aetna Lode No. 4112



63506

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

F. H. Stockman, John C. Epperson, W. E. Stockman

Pitkin County

Epperson mortgaged from Stockman



434

Official Bond

1897

C. B. Sewell, J. L. Thomas, S. W. Fisk, J. E. Whitbeck, Richard

Swan

6th Justice Precinct, Pitkin County

Bond for Justice of the Peace




Mining Deed

1892

W. L. Clark, Jas. N. Bennet

Millie B Lode, Spring Butte Mining

District, Pitkin

1/6 interest sold from Clark

to Bennet

35

581

2142

Affidavit of Labor and

Improvements

1893

John A. Scott

Mary Starr Lode, Columbia Mining

District, Pitkin

Record $100 of work or

improvements




Mining Deed

1891

Charles E. Peterson, Aspen

Deep Mining Company

Lots F & G, No. 1/2 of Block 38, Aspen




63920

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

L. Olsen, A. N. Veza, Andrew

Mulqueen

Pitkin County

Olsen mortgaged from Veza




Location Certificate

1889

D. E. Davies, Benjamin Martin

Champion Lode, Spring Butte Mining District

N.W. 1500 ft. to the Cor. No 2.; No. 300 ft to Cor. No. 3; 1500 ft. S.E. to Cor. No. 4; East 300 ft. to Cor. No. 1; Beginning claim Perham

Gulch



13559

Marriage License

1885

C. J. Johnson, Elsie Curtis

Aspen


A

28

13556

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1885

J. F. Pearson, H. P. Cowenhoven, Leonis (Lewis) A.

Stone, B. M. Hughes

Pioneer Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District

Record $500 of work or improvements

20

119

13553

Release of Deed of Trust

1885

J. M. Downing, J. B. Wheeler &

Co., Wm. B. Root, E. T. Buhler

Buckhorn Lode, Schiller Lode, Maud?

Lode, Silver Bell Lode, Aspen

Quit claim to Root, Lot K,

Block 78, Lots D & E, Block 79, 1/16 interest in Buckhorn Lode, 1/12 interest in Schiller Lode, 1/4 interest in Maud? Lode, 1/12 interest in Silver Bell No. 2

5

215

3107

Mining Deed

1882

M. Bennett, Fredrick Bassiger

Home Stake Mining Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District

Bennett to Bassiger, 1/8 interest in Home Stake, recorded in county book Z,

pg. 389

1

617

3106

Mining Deed

1882

M. Bennett, Tom Coff King (Perry, Alabama)

Home Stake Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District

Bennett to King, 1/8 interest in Home Stake, recorded in county book Z, pg. 389

1

616

3390

Mining Deed

1882

F. P. Tanner, Belle Jackson

Jackson Lode, Columbia Mining District

Tanner to Jackson (Both of Gunnison), 1/8 interest in Jackson, 1,500 ft. by 300 ft. western rim of Conundrum Basin, recorded in Aspen



20814

Deed of Trust

1887

M. G. Miller, George Brown

Lots H & I, Block 112

Miller to Brown

59

54

22102

Official Bond

1888

F. H. Stockman, W. W. Cooley,

C. H. Jacobs, R. R. Bowles. R. F. Roberts, Eugene Wilder, W. E.

Turley

Pitkin County

Stockman, principal; Cooley, Jacobs, Bowles, Roberts, Wilder & Turley, sureties

15

19

38380

Lease of Mining Property

1890

George H. Moser, Frank Meyer,

J. L. Brown, G. M. McAdams, C.

W. Franklin, Alice Reilly, Maggie Turley, Thomas E. Brans (Bren?)

St. Paul Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District

Lease to Brans



63640

Chattel Mortgage

1899

John A. Sellinghansen, Thomas

Owen

Lots O & E, Block 5, East Aspen Addition

Conveyed stove, base

burner, redwood chamber, carpets, furniture to Owen

?

?

10368

Quit Claim Deed

1885

F. H. Sarles, A. C. Snow

Block 27, Aspen

Sarles to Snow, north 1/2 of Block 27

24

131

4391

Release of Deed of Trust

1882

William C. E. Koch, William B.

Root, Solomon Bros.

Lot M, Block 95, Aspen

Quit claim to Koch



3467

Mining Deed

1882

R. R. Teller, Thomas T. Singleton

St. Clair Tunnel Mining Claim, Julia Lode, Wackey Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District

Teller conveyed to Singleton 1/8 interest in each of St.

Clair, Julia and Wackey Lodes

13

46

63638

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

J. C. Markle, Owen Levitt

Pitkin County

Levitt to Markle



3326

Location Certificate

1882

Phillip Pratt, Peter Sangre

Cleveland Lode, Columbia Mining District

S. W. Cor. Hayden's Peak, S.

89 degree 50 ft. E., supposed to be Castle Peak, S. 14 degree, 20 ft. E.; N. 18

degree, 30 ft. W., 339.77 ft., to Cor. No. 2; S. 80 degrees, 30 ft. E. 750 ft. to N. side; 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3; S. 18

degrees, 30 ft. E. 339.77 ft. to Cor. No. 4; B. J.? 24" dia. bears N. 46 degrees, 40 ft. E

30.17 ft. & B. J.? 12 dia. bears S. 22 degrees, 30 ft. E.

24.45 ft.; N. 80 degrees, 30 ft. W. 750 Ft. to s. side centre stake & 1,500 ft. to Cor. 1 to

beginning; Claim located about 5-6 miles up Conundrum Gulch on the W. side of gulch and near top of Ute Mountain

1

386

3297

Chattel Mortgage

1882

James A. Shinn, James Cunningham, A. Hirsch & Bros.

Blue Front Saloon, Aspen Avenue, Sparkill (Independence)

W. H. Griffith Co. billiard table, cue rack, cues and balls, Shinn & Cunningham to Hirsch Bros.

4

33

66491

Tax Deed

1901

M.C. McNichols, Jane Miner

Lot R, Block 98

Bid in 1898, unpaid taxes from 1897, property to Miner

141

143

66496

Chattel Mortgage

1901

F.C. Jenkins

W.A. Polkinghorn, Groceries & Produce,

Leadville, Co

F. C. Jenkins, Norrie, CO paid

in full, recorded in Pitkin

95

204

61430

Release of Deed of Trust

1897

John Hick, Caroline Thorine,

Benjamin M. Strawbridge, George A. Richards

Lot 4, Block 33, Hallams Addition, Aspen

Quit claim to Thorine

83

533

63220

Mining Deed

1899

J.M. Strepy, L.S. Strepy

Aspen Placer, Columbia Mining District

3/8 interest from J.M. to L.S.,

Pitking County book 100, pg. 83

72

46

63262

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Sarah A. Grant, C.E. Grant

Lot R, Block 27, Aspen

C.E. Grant (El Paso County) purchased bedroom sets, parlor & dining set, base burner stove, carpets, curtains, draperies, utensils, kitchen range In dwelling

95

154

63830

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1899

John Hagan

Iron Duke Lode, Maroon Mining District

Record $100 of work or improvements

70

12 or 121

63317

Transcript Judgement

1899

McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Frank K. Mann, S.S. Biglow, Owen Trainor

Pitkin County

Summons served to Trainor for Mann, defendant who paid judgement

142

51

63555

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1899

Patrick Sweeney, Antone Larson, John Trainor

Traynor Best Lode Mining Claim, Columbia Mining District

Sweeney $100 of work or improvements, Notice published in Aspen Times, Trainor & Larson failed to pay expenditures, publisher's affidavit recorded in book 139, pg. 208

K

278

63545

Notice of Forfeiture

1899

George Kleinhans, Henry McCabe, Charles McChesney

Pittsfield Lode Mining Claim, Highland Mining District

Notice in Rocky Mountain Sun, 1898 to Kleinhans from McCabe $100 of work or improvements 1884-87

K

278

3451

Location Certificate

1882

W.S. Hathaway, George Marlin,

F. C. Miller, D.L. McKinzie

Iron Duck Lode, Good Hope Mountain,

Columbia Mining District

Cor. No. 1, 300 ft. south to

S.E. Cor. No. 2 a pine post 1,500 ft. west to S.W. Cor. No. 3 a pine post 300 ft. north to N. W. Cor. No. 4 a pine post 1,500 ft. east to N.

E. Cor. No. 1, located on the western slope of Mount

Hope

1

610

3456

Chattel Mortgage

1882

Eugene E. Hall, A.P. Mackey

Pitkin County

Hall to Mackey bay mule "Tiger", dark brown mule "Bloke", extra heavy 3 1/2 Cooper wagon, shuttle wagon box, & set of double harness with halters

4

36

3446

Mining Deed

1882

Harvey Kenton, Jacob H. Schoellkopf (Schoelkopf), J. P.

Flynn

May Flower Mining Claim, Conundrum Mountain, Columbia Mining District

1/8 interest conveyed to Flynn

13

45

68835

Chattel Mortgage

1903

W. Watkins, William Peast, M.

E. Stockman

Aspen

Stockman (Providence, R.I.) paid to Watkins & Peast for 1,200 lb. 10 yr. old gray

mare, 1,400 lb. 12 yr. old gray mare, low wheel log wagon, set double harnesses,

neck yoke, double & single

?

?

10918

Mining Deed

1885

Thomas Hynes, Jerome B.

Wheeler

Robert Emmet Lode, on Aspen

Mountain, Roaring Fork Mining District

Wheeler (New York)

purchased 1/9 interest, described in location certificate #7048 recorded in Pitkin County book 7, pg. 277 and in the amended location certificate #7863 recorded in book 7, pg. 556




48891


Location Certificate


1892


C. G. Pennell, T. L. Harmon, E.

G. Robinson


Edison Lode, Snow Mass Mining District


Discover Cut bears N. 49 degrees, 7' W. 1252.02 ft., and an unknown mtn. peak bears S. 81 degrees 30' W., Shaft of the Copper King Mine bears N. 67 degrees 10'

W. running N. 56 degrees W. 750 ft. tol SW side, 1,500 ft., to Cor. No. 2. to post then N. 34 degrees E. 300 ft. to Cor. No. 3 to post then S. 56 degrees E. 750 ft. to NE side 1,500 ft. to Cor. No. 4 to post then S 34 degrees W. 300 ft. to Cor. No. 1 15 degrees E. Lode lies on the east side of Snow Mass Creek, bounded on the SW by the Pride of Snow Mass Lode Discovery

made by open Cross Cut.


96


445

17001

Chattel Mortgage

1886

F. T. LaFave, Wm. M. Shepard

Atkinson Ranch, Aspen

LaFave to Shepard, 67 head

of cattle consisting of 5 bulls, 34 cows, 28 heifers, 138,000 bricks in kiln, (Atkinson Brick

yard)

37

248

20259

Location Certificate

1887

James O'Donnel, John Galvin

Washington Lode, West Castle Mining District

SE Cor. N. 40 degrees W. 750 ft. to E. center side stake, then 750 ft. to the NE Cor.

No. 2 then 300 ft. W 40 degrees S to the NW Cor. No. 3 then S. 40 degrees E. 750 ft. to west center side stake. Then 750 ft. to the SW Cor. No. 4, then E. 40 degrees N. 300 ft. to SE Cor. No. 1, beginning of claim is on the south end line by the Robert Emmet Lode on the west side of the Conundrum Gulch

35

216


17116


Release of Deed of Trust


1886


Daniel Hauley, Mary S. Miner,

J.W. Deane


Lot N, Block 99, Aspen


Quit claim from Miner to Hauley by Deane, Trustee


5


408

20939

Mining Deed

1887

Annie Kraft, Philip McNannee?

Great Western Tunnel Site, Missouri Bay Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District; Pride of West Lode, Park Lode, Highland Mining District

Quit claim to McNannee (Alleghany, PA) 1/12 interest in Missouri Bay, 1/8 interest in Pride of West and Park

Lodes

44

510

20851

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1887

J. S. Johnson, John Gartland, Charles Slaven, Duncan Campbell, H. C. Holmes,

William Stigger

George Washington Lode, Columbia Mining District

Johnson, Gartland record

$100 work and labor, at the expense of Slaven, Campbell, Holmes, Stigger

6

245

20405

Amended Location

Certificate

1887

James F. Smith, Malcolm

McFarlane

Little Chief Lode, Woody Mining District

Beginning 300 ft. N 75

degrees W to SW Cor. No. 2, then 1,500 ft. N 15 degrees E to NW Cor. No. 3, then 300 ft. S 75 E to NE Cor. No. 4, then 1,500 ft. S 15 degrees W to SE Cor. No. 1 of Little Chief corners with the NW

Cor. of the True Blue

21

277

None

Wage Increase Letter

1919

Frank Salisbury, Sam Stone, Earl

Wheeler?, Henry Hart, Alex Pitchert?, Edwin Holm, Eli O'Dell, Jim Obister, Andrew Peterson, Mike Smith, Chris Holm, Wm. Matthews, James Mogan?, Frank?, Horvat? Frank, Harry Burnett, Sidney Shield, Herbert Johnson, John Leonard, Matt?, Oscar Nelson, S.C. Swearingen?, Ralph H. Leavy?,

L. H. Burch, A. Blanc, J. D. Nyland?, John Pugel?, Louis Trentey?, James Maddalone?, Frank Nestell, James Fisher, James Nestell?, Earl Nyland?, Eiver? Anderson, H.J. Turley, Henry Ives, C.B. Wheeler, B.M.

Strawbridge, H.R. snell, Kenneth Watt, L. Lambertson, James W. Shimming?, J. Anderson, W.S. Platt?, Pete Thomson, James Gillem?

Newman Mining & Leasing Co., Aspen

To the Directors of the

Newman Mining & Leasing Co., We the undersigned having come to the conclusion that the now existing scale of wages is not sufficient to meet our obligations at the present high cost of living, we take this means of submitting to you for your consideration of an increase of 50 cents a day (8 hours) in wages to take effect September 1st. 1919.

N/A

N/A


28237


Marriage License


1889


J.W. Deane, Mrs. Lottie B. Wustum


Aspen


No. 246, Deane & Wustum, both of Aspen


A


86

27590

Marriage License

1888

S. Procter Gaines, Minnie Kennedy, Thomas P. Kennedy,

Y. P. Kennedy

Aspen

Gaines & Kennedy, both of Aspen

A

84

63387

Chattel Mortgage

1889

Jeremie Gerbaz, Thomas Owens

Ranch of Grauton ?, near Watson

One buckskin horse 3 yrs.

old, 1 black mare 7 yrs. old, 1 bay horse 9 yrs. old, 1 white horse 11 yrs. old, 1 buckskin horse 12 yrs. old, One cow red & white 4 yrs. old, one black & white cow 4 yrs. old, two calves red & white, One 3 1/4 ? Wagon

None

None

50722

Forfeiture Notice

1893

S. G. Martin, F. H. Belden, J. M. Beach, Charles F. Saunders

Maggie Bell Lode (adjoining Wilton Belle, Highland Mining District)

Aspen Mines & Mining District, forfeiture notice against Beach; Saunders, Mining Engineer, Core Drill

Prospecting Co.

None

None

59481

Trustee's Deed

1896

B. Clark Wheeler, Benjamin M. Strawbridge, Edward

Slauffachen

Little Mary Lode, Berlin Lode, Richmond Hill, Highland Mining District

1/3 of the Little Mary Lode 1/4 of the Berlin Lode conveyed to Slauffachen (Garfield County)

138

61

60862

Location Certificate

1897

P.W Green, Patrick Sweeney

Tom Bay Lode, Columbia Mining District

Cor No. 1 due E 750 ft. to side center side line stake 1,500 ft. to Cor. No. 2, then S 10 degrees E 300 ft. to Cor. No. 3, then due W 750 ft. to side line center stake and 1,500 ft. to Cor. No. 4. From the discovery shaft the SE Cor. Of the Dauntless Lode No. 7666 bears NW 160 ft. and 50 ft distant from

Traynor Best Lode side line

107

216

27766

Marriage License

1889

Samuel Reed, Katie May

Richards, William Reed, George Richards

Aspen

Samuel to Katie May, both of

Aspen

A

85

27653

Marriage License

1888

John C. Halton, Stella E. Phelan,

J. J. Branigan, Minnie Phelan

Aspen

John to Stella, both of Aspen

A

85

2152

Claim against Pitkin County

1885

John Saxman

Pitkin

From Thom & Jones: deliver two cords of four foot wood to County Clerks Office and charge to Pitkin County; deliver three cords of four foot wood to Saxman and charge to Pitkin County

None

None

61938

Warranty Deed

1898

Edward P. Champlin, W. D. Merrell, John C. Bixbee

Lot L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S in Block 83, Aspen

Conveyed from Champlin (Aspen) to Merrell (Arapahoe County), except taxes and deed of trust in favor of

Bixbee

119

311

20403

Location Certificate

1887

James F. Smith, Malcolm

McFarlane

Big Chief Lode, Woody Mining District

Cor. No. 1 running 300 ft. N

75 degrees W to SW Cor. No. 2, thence 1,500 ft. to N q5 degrees E to NW Cor. No. 3, thence 300 ft S 75 degrees E to NE Cor. Nol. 4, thence 1,500 ft. S 15 degrees @ to SE Cor. No. 1, Cor. No. 7 of the Big Chief has a bearing tree 2 ft. due S, Cor. No. 1 of the Big Chief is the SW Cor. No. 2 of the Big Chief an aspen tree bears N 26 degrees E from centre of shaft

50

128

3452

Location Certificate

1882

W. S. Hathaway, Geoge Marlin,

F. C. Miller, D. L. McKinzey

Pine Leaf Lode, Good Hope Mountain, Columbia Mining District

1/4 interest each; Cor. No. 1 a pine post, thence 300 ft. S to SE Cor. No. 2 a pine post , thence 1,500 ft. running W to SW Cor. No. 3, thence 300

ft running N to NW Cor. No. 4 a pine post, 1,500 ft. to NE Cor. No. 1 located on the

west slope of Mount Hope

1610


63505

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Abbie McKissick, Thomas Owen

South Galena Street

Residence at the head of

South Galena Street on the property of the Homestake Mining Company & Aspen Mining & Smelting Company, also stable and two room house in rear of above described dwelling, also the following furniture & chattel to wit: one 2 horn hat rack, one deer horn, 2 dear heads, one clock, 2 mounted sets of

?, one lounge, 2 rockers, one chair, 2 stands, one heater, one cook stove, 2 K chairs, 1 K table, one wash stand, 2 bedroom suites, carpets, oil cloth curtains, shades and all of other fixtures, tools contained in above described buildings

None

None


280


Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase


1886


Unknown


Lot N, Block 2, Aspen


Part N sold


None


None

281-283

Tax Sale Certificate of

Purchase

1886

Unknown

Lot A, B, C, Block 3

Part A, B, C, sold

None

None

30782

Quit Claim Deed

1900

Kyle Rucker, Fred Dorr, S. B.

Clark

Lot G, Block 80, Aspen

Dorr, receiver of The Aspen

Mining and Smelting Company, by order of Arapahoe County, Rucker vs. Aspen Mining, Quit claim to Clark for $25; #30782 on letter from Araphaoe county judge

None

None

63699

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Charles Hamilton, Henry Holthower

Jacob Sante Ranch, Lot 18, Sec. 22, Lots 2-6-7, Sec. 27, Lot 5, Sec. 26, Township

9, Range 85, W. 6 P.M.

Mortgage to Holthower: All the growing crops of oats, wheat, ptoatoes grown during the year 1899

None

None

63467

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

F. H. Stockman, Mary S. Staples, Mrs. L. Warnock

Pitkin

Mortgage extension to Warnock

None

None

896

Certificate of

Assignment

1893

George S. Newman

Tindle or Timble? Lode, Roaring Fork

Mining District

Assignment to Newman



10917

Declaration of Water

Rights

1885

Luard Foster

Tourtelott's Park

Head of ditch tapping the

waters of said creek. East end of Red Mt? Bears N 61 degrees 45' E a peak near Tourtelott's Park bears S 41 degrees 30' E. A balsam tree bears S 10 degrees W 12 ft. Thence N 54 degrees E 80 ft. Thence N 15 degrees E 200 ft. thence N 48 degrees W 70 ft. thence N 18 degrees E 190 ft. thence N 15 degrees E 150 ft. thence N. 62 degrees E 450 ft. thence E 35 ft thence

N. 58 degrees E 70 ft. thence N 18 E 166 ft. thence N 10 degrees W 100 ft thence N 25 degrees E 380 ft. thence N 46 degrees 30'E 150 ft. thence N 8 degrees W 166 ft thence N 26 degrees 30' W 500 ft. thence N 900 ft. thence N. 22 degrees E 950 ft. to my ranch; Use of 200 inches of water from said stream for agricultural

purposes to be conveyed

A

265

58573

Chattel Mortgage

1899

A. E. Bates, Thomas Owen

Aspen

One bay mare 8 yrs. Old

weight 950 lbs. one bay mare 8 yrs old weight 800 lbs, also young colt with mane, 1 milk wagon, 1 set double harnesses, 1 farm wagon 3

in., 1 plow, 1 double harness

41524

Chattel Mortgage

1891

L. P. Wolfe, Mrs. Mary Young

123 near West Francis Street, Aspen

Wolfe converys to Young, One body Brussels carpet, one heating stove (hard coal) zinc & pipe, one center table, two curtains & poles for same, one willow rocker, four highbacked chairs, two large pictures, one bedroom suit of three pieces, one window shade, one mattress, one spring, two feather pillows, one pair white double blankests, two quilts, one toilet set, of washbowl, pitcher chamber, etc. All of the above described property being now in the one story frame cabin, in rear of No. in the City of

Aspen.

None

Official Bond

1895

James J. Leahy, F. W. Adams,

Elizabeth Vaughn, Michael O. R. Hughes

Pitkin

Leahy, 3rd justice precinct,

principal, Adams, Vaughn & Hughes, as sureties, $2,000 bond

None

None

56764

Release of Attachment

1895

Henry Greenwood, T. J. Fries, Lavina Fries

Roaring Fork Mining District

All rights, title and interest of the Fries, defendants, in and to The Aspen Mining and Smelting Company, known as the A.M. & S. Group of Mining claims released by Greenwood, plaintiff

114

451


None


Official Bond


1897


C. B. Sewell, Claia M. Sewell, S.

W. Fisk, Richard Swan


Pitkin


Sewell, sixth justice precinct, principal


None


None

None

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1894

John A. Scott

Birthday Lode, Columbia Mining District

Record $100 worth of improvements

None

None

None

Location Certificate

1889

D. E. Davies, Benjamin Martin

Jane Grey Lode, Perham Gulch, Spring Butte Mining District

Thence NW 1,500 ft. to Cor. No. 2 thence N 300 ft to Cor. No. 3 thence 1,500 ft. SE to Cor. No. 4 thence # 300 ft. to

cor> No. 1

None

None

None

Notice in Lieu of

Assessment Work

1894







Official Bond

1895

Orson H. White, Louis Jenet,

Harry G. Koch

Pitkin

White, principal; Jenet Koch,

sureties

None

None

None

Affidavit of Labor and

Improvements

1893

T. Goodwin

Shoestring Lode, Roaring Fork Mining

District

Record $100 worth of

improvements



None

Transcript Judgement

1893

Kate Sullivan

Aspen

The Keeley Institute, plaintiff; Kate Sullivan, defendant;

Judgment from J. P. Court

None

None

None

Notice in Lieu of

Assessment Work

1894

H. Collbran, B. P. Noble, B.

Holden, C. V. Noble, Gelder & Co., C. W. Holson, G. M. Noble, Sells & Co., John Scott, W. J. (H. S.?) Chamberlain, T. A. Snow,

C. V. Payne?, W. R. Hall?, J. M. Guzzman? W. R. Root?, J. M.

Swineford

Lodes: Noble Tunnel, Red Cross,

Freeman, Inofer?, Logan, Estella, Golden Eagle, Hawkeye, The Bear Group - Grizzly, Silver Tip, Cimmaron, Jimmie, Ragged, Hungry, Superior, Mascotte, D.R.C.B., J.B.W., H.C., Ben Hur, Gray

Eagle, Golden Eagle, Black Eagle, Bald Eagle, Mermaid, Nina, New York, Boston, Sandy McGee, Contadina, Valley Belle, Ophir, Brittania, Victoria, Pantheon, Worlds Fair, Jumbos, Judith, Toothless, Victoria No. 2, Southern Cross, McGrinty, Thomasville, Mollie A., Edith, Topsy, Boyer Tunnel; Frying Pan Mining District

Mining acts of Congress May

10, 1872 docs recorded between April 1888 - July 1890; Act to Amend Section 2324 July 18, 1894 docs then

re-recorded December 27, 1894 in Arapahoe County

None

None



Attachment Writ


1894


J. A. Byron, D. Conroy


Pitkin


Byron, plaintiff vs. Conroy, defendant for $300


None


None

338

Certificate of Assignment

1894

Ed Farrell

Umbria Lode

Certificate No. 910 for 1892 taxes



35682

Deed of Trust

1890

Caleb Shouk

Lot I, Block 46

Res. Mrs. Thomas Lahr, 301

W. Hopkins written at bottom of front of deed

79

6

24946

Location Certificate

1888

George Ratt, Peter Small

Webster Lode, Snow Storm Lode

Ratt 1/2, Small 1/2 take a claim 1,500 ft. by 300 ft. 100 & 50 ft. running north easterly, 100 & 50 ft. running south westerly, claim is located at the Fork of the North Thompson Crick 10

miles from Carbondale

60

11

962

Certificate of

Assignment

1898

Wm Webb Percival

Lot 11, Block 103, Hallams Division

Cert. No. 657

None

None

63574

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

S. L. Parker, W. E. Stockman

Pitkin

Parker, mortgagor;

Stockman, mortgagee

None

None

967

Certificate of

Assignment

1898

L. L. Kelly?

21/48 Loco Lot No. 6112

Cert. No. 1044

None

None

284

Tax Sale Certificate of

Purchase

1886

Unknown

Lot D, Block 3


None

None

6

Tax Sale Certificate of

Purchase

1884

Thomas Bradshaw

Lot and improvements in Ute

Improvements 2.12

None

None

246 & 440

Certificate of Assignment

1894

Ed Charlton

12/80 Little Jessie Lode, Frying Pan District; 12/80 Texas Lode

No. of Cert. 246, 1988 taxes;

No. of Cert. 440, 1889 taxes

None

None

542

Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase

1890

Johonna Larson

Lots K, L, M, Block 33, Aspen


None

None

28358

Quit Claim Deed

1889

Ed Higinbotham, John F. Miller

87 Lode, Highland Mining District

3/9 of 87 Lode on south side of Linic or Farmers Gulch on file in location certificate

33

425

48475

Chattel Mortgage

1892

George D. Machin, R. H. Tucker, George R. Perry

Corner of Hopkins Ave. and Mill St.

Paid by Tucker to Perry for The Fulton Meat Market, 2 meat blocks, 1 counter, 1 safe, 1 register national racks & shelves, 3 pr. Scales, 1 meat chopper, 1 sausage stuffer, 1 rendering kettle, 1

water motor, 3 saws, 4 dozen meat hooks, 1 wagon, 1 grey hourse, 1 set harness,

6 knives, 1 steele, 1 butter

case, 1 ice box, 1 ware house, 1 sausage room

69

387

42564

Location Certificate

1891

Charles Neuremberg

Free Coinage Lode, Columbia Mining

District

300 Ft N.E. to Cor. No. 2

thene 750 ft to the east center side taake and on the same corner 1500 ft S.E. to Cor. No. 3, thence 750 ft. to west center side stake and on the same corner 1,500 ft

N.W. to Cor. No. 1 place of beginning Var. 15 degrees E

96

99


63874


Chattel Mortgage


1899


W. S. Reynolds, Harris Kobey


Christopher Ranch, Brush Creek


Reynolds paid to Kobey for two gray mares, one branded D on left shoulder, the other branded ZIC, on left shoulder, situated on Brush Creek on the Christopher Ranch


None


None

None

Official Bond

1894

Clark S. Chatfield, Elmer E. Chatfield, O. S. Gaboury, G. G. Graer/Grace?

Pitkin

Clark Chatfield, principal & Justice of the Peace, 5th Justice's Precinct; Elmer Chatfield, Gaboury - Sureties

None

None

63864

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

Ernest A. Martin, Thomas Owen


Martin, mortgagor; Owen, mortagee

None

None

63569

Chattel Mortgage

1899

David Boyer, Chas. Heart

Aspen

One gray horse 6 yrs. old, weight about 1,250 lbs. branded DH on right shoulder, One gray horse 5 yrs. old weight about 1,250 lbs. branded DH on right

shoulder

None

None

63656

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

J. L. Wire, A. E. Bennett, Thos.

Pitts


Bennett, mortgagor; Pitts,

mortgagee

None

None

63667

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Ed LaBrand, E. W. Jewitt

Tenderfoot Ranch

2 horses, brown with white strip weight 1,200 lbs. each and 1 bay horse weight 1,100

lbs.

None

None

63629

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

M. C. McNichols, Mary E.

Drenkel


Drenkel, mortgagor;

McNichols, mortgagee

None

None

63675

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

F. H. Stockman, R. A. Croft, M.

E. Stockman


Croft, mortgagor; M. E.

Stockman, mortgagee

None

None

63566

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Thomas Owen, Samual C.

Nestell


Owen, mortgagor; Nestell,

mortagee

None

None

63662

Chattel Mortgage

1899

F. A. Dwyer, G. W. Jones


Jones paid for thirty head of cows branded S.B. on left side, twenty five head of

steers? & calves

None

None

3400

Declaration of

Occupancy

1882

Julius LaRoche

Roaring Fork Mining District

One hundred and sixty acres;

Beg. at Cor. No 1 well marked stake being the SW Cor. Thence in a Nwesterly direction 2,640 ft to Cor. No. 2 thence Neasterly 1,320 ft. to post and Cor. No. 3 thence Seasterly 2,640 ft. to post and Cor. No. 4 thence Swesterly 1,320 ft. to Cor.

No. 1, agricultural claim or ranch about 10 miles SE of Aspen on each side of the Roaring Fork river known and the Roaring Fork Ranch, the amended location to the original of October 25, 1881

A

73


15326


Mining Deed


1886


Mrs. Ellen Ross, Mrs. Maggie Royster


Trojan Lode, Richmond Hill, Highland Mining District


Royster paid to Ross for 1/8 interest, metes and bounds in location certificate recorded in county office


34


293

21995

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1888

J. P. Snyder, L. P. Anderson

Little Clara Lode, Columbia Mining District

Recorded $100 work of work or improvements

6

296

63884

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Wm K. Thompson, Mrs. Wm

Thompson, M. E. Stockman


Thompsons, mortgagors;

Stockman, mortgagee

None

None

8246

Court Fees

1895

Frank Wilson, Judge James J.

Leahy, Thomas Combs


Court fees against Wilson

None

None

None

Property Indenture

1892

Ross C. Pierce, Sarah Elizabeth

Allen

Lot B, Block 68,

Fee paid by Allen to Pierce

for encroachment of her adjoining lot and building on the easterly side of his

property

None

None

None

Affidavit of Labor and

Improvements

1886-88

Andrew McIntosh, Archibald

McKenzie

Gleniffer Lode, Roaring Fork Mining

District

Recorded $100 work of work

or improvements

None

None

None

Location Certificate

1891

F. Clemmons, W. P. Pender

Bolver No. 2 Lode, Frying Pan Mining District

Cor. No. 1 substantial post same as Cor. No. 2 of the Georgie No. 5 Lode, whence the summit of a mt. peak bears S 46 degrees 50 ft E and the summit of a mt. peak bears S 65 degrees E. Thence S 53 degrees 20 degrees E 311 ft to Cor. No. 2 whence the summit of crag of rock bears N 21 degrees 55 degrees W and the summit of a crag of rocks bears N 45 degrees 5 ft W thence 52 degrees E 750 ft to post & 1,500 ft to Cor N. 3, thence N 53 degrees 20 ft. W 311 ft to

Cor. No. 4, thence S 52 degrees W 750 ft to post & 1,500 ft to Cor. No. 1 adjoining claim on the N westerly side the Georgie No. 5 Lode Variation 14

degrees 40 ft E.

None

None


Notice of Intention to

Hold and Work Mining Claims

1894

V. C. Anderson, Lt. T. Burke, J.

S. Troy

Slope Lode No. 1 - 3, Columbia Mining

District

Recorded in Pennington,

South Dakota

96

383

None

Mining Deed

1888

Fred Basiger, Nicholas McAlpine

Legal Tender Lodes 1-5, Highland Mining District

Quit claim to McAlpine of Wyandotte, Kansas, One eighth interest in the claims situated easterly from Casle Creek, further description in location certificates in recording office Pitkin

County

None

None

None

Notice in Lieu of Annual

Labor

1893

Horace K. Devereaux

Last Dime and Five Twenty Lodes,

Independence Mining District

Recorded in El paso County

None

None

None

Official Bond

1896-7

Albert E. Johnson, Robert Read, John Nibel


Johnson bonded as

Constable in two documents, 9th Precinct

None

None

None

Notice of Intention to Hold and Work Mining

Claims

1894

Mrs. D. (Ella) Cognevich

Copper Queen Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District


None

None

None

Mining Deed

1891

William Warner, E. E. Starr,

John A. Scott

Mountain Ranger & Polar Star Lodes,

Columbia Mining District

Warner to Starr & Scott, 1/4

interest in both lodes

58

380

None

Notice in Lieu of Annual

Labor

1894

Paul Harbay, J. M. Hummel,

George Buzzard

J. M. Hummel Lode, Roaring Fork Mining

District

Harbay 1/8 interest

96

323

None

Location Certificate

1891

Jos. W. Phillips, Chas. A. Phillips

Springg Butte Placer Claim, Spring Butte Mining District

Letter included from Jos. W. Phillips (Carbondale) to record; The Spring Butte placer claim containing forty acres being the SW 40 of the NE quarter section 4, range 88 W of the 6th principal

meridian

None

None

None

Transcript of Judgment

Docket

1893

A. G. Stilt, P. A. Ross, J. P. Court

Keeley Institute, Aspen

Keeley Institute, Colorado

Springs, plaintiff; Still & Ross, defendants

D

1464

None

Official Bond

1896

F. August Naefe


Naefe elected Justice of the Peace of the Fifth Justices Precinct

None

None

None

Special Warranty Deed

1892

Thomas O'Connell, John C. Redwine, John Facer, William Newman

Highway 133, Crystal River District

Four deeds and payments for the Elk Mountain Railway right of ways to connect from D&RG/Midland up to Marble S of Range 88, W of 6th Principal Meridian; O'Connell: Lots 14 & 15, Sec.

27, Township 8, 4.13 acres; Redwine: Part Sec. 9, Township 9, 3 acres; Facer:

Lot 8, Sec. 22, Township 8;

Newman: Part Sec. 9 & 16,

Township 9

None

None


64168


Affidavit of Labor and Improvements


1899


M. J. Delhomaca, Cleon French, Thomas R. French


Silent Friend, Homestake, Tramp Fraction, Asspatite, Cooney, Tramp Lodes, Roaring Fork Mining District


Silent Friend Group, record

$100 for work and improvements


None


None

64055

Quit Claim Deed

1899

Esther Baldridge, Lee Ericksen

Gibson Avenue, Hughes Addition, Aspen

Six room house and

improvements, N side of Gibson Ave., 200 ft. on street, 20 ft. deep, across the street from John Welch residence to NW; triangular parcel north having a stable separated by D&RG and CO Midland Railways

None

None

3402-3

4098-9

Certificate of Redemption

1895-6

Daniel A. McKay, H. West, Adele Babey

Iranistan, Lizzie Lodes

Certificate Nos. 564, 565,

810, 811; Survey No. 6024

None

None

4091

Certificate of

Redemption

1896

J. B. Cunningham

Little Baltimore Lode

Survey No. 4480



4121

Certificate of

Redemption

1896

Samuel Selden

K1, K2 Lodes, Sect. or Block 91, Aspen

Cert. No. 1182

None

None

4125

Certificate of

Redemption

1896

Empress of Aspen Mining Co.

Unplatted portion, Sect. or Block 5, Lake

View

Subsequent tax

None

None

3340

Location Certificate

1882

John Hardenberg, James

Pearson, Thomas Leishman, Joseph Graham

Mattie France Lode, Columbia Mining

District

NE Cor. No. 1 Haydens Peak

bears S 62 degrees 30' E Green Mt bears S 15 degrees 30' E thence S 21 degrees 48' W 300 ft to SE Cor. No. 2 post marked Mattie France Lode SE Cor. No. 2 thence N 68 degrees 12' W 50 ft to south side Curtis stake and 1500 ft to SW Cor. No. 3 pine post Mattie France Lode SW or. No. 3 Castle Peak bears S 6 degrees 30' E Haydens Peak bears S 62 degrees 10' E Blazed Spruce 6" diameter bears N 13 degrees 45' E 9.6 ft Dead Blazed Pine 9" diameter bears N 79 degrees 30' E 16.6 ft thence N 21 degrees 48' E 300 ft to NW Cor. No. 4 pine post marked Mattie France Lode NW Cor. No. 4 thence S 68 degrees 12' E 50 ft to north side center stake 1500 ft to Cor. No. 1 Variation 14 degrees

30' E

1

588

None

Adjutant General Affidavit

1863

George S. Newman

Cincinnati, Ohio

17th regiment of Michigan Volunteers, sworn to 2nd Lieutenant caused by death of Galligan; Note: May need to tranfer this document to

Ohio or Michigan



45076

Affidavit of Labor and

Improvements

1891

John Rohrer, W. P. Green, Harry

G. Koch

Spar Lode Mining Claim, Columbia

Mining District

$100 worth of work or

improvements

102

97

None

Manager's Contract

1890

Augustus O. Hall

Chicago, Illinois

Hiring Augustus as manager of Hanford Hall; Note: May need to transfer to Chicago

None

None

21994

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1888

J. P. Snyder, L. P. Anderson, Levi

J. Colburn

Silver King Lode, Columbia Mining District

$100 worth of work or improvements

6

295

782

Certificate of

Assisnment

1894

Maria L. Heald

Sect. or Lot N.O., Sect. or Block 99,

Aspen

Certificate No. 161 for taxes

of 1893

None

None

1572

Certificate of

Assignment

1896

W. E. Shaw

Sect. or Lot D & E, Sect. or Blocki 21,

Aspen City

Certificate No. 790

None

None


Affidavit of Person Claiming Right to be Registered as a Legal Voter

1890

Anthony Allard, Fred Kane

Pitkin

Solemnly swear citizen of US of the age of 21; have been a resident at the date of this election of the State for 6

months

None

None

None

Deed of Trust

1894

M. Van Buren, H. J. Hendricks

Lot O, Block 106, Aspen

Promissory note payable to

The Clark Novelty Co.

None

None

63597

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Mary S. Staples, Mrs. L.

Warnock

Pitkin

Original Chattel Mortgage

recorded 1898

None

None

63580

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Chas B. Anderson, M. E.

Stockman

Meredith, Pitkin

Stockman (Summit County,

Ohio) paid for one Saw Mill complete located 4 1/2 miles south fo Meredith, Pitkin County; one pair black horses 7? yrs old, weight about 1,200 lbs each, 1 pair brown mares of 7? yrs old weight about 1,200 lbs. each, one gray horse 7? yrs old weight about 1,300 lbs., one gray mare 7? yrs old weight about 1,500 lbs, 1 roan horse

weight 1,300 lbs about 3 yrs. old, stock being used between above named mill and Meredith

None

None


63578


Chattel Mortgage


1899


Charles Davis, M. E. Stockman


East Sopris Creek


Stockman (Summit County, Ohio) paid for all the crops now growing on ranch of Grantor on East Sopris Creek, also all of the crops on ranch

that have been cut this year


None


None

63360

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Charles Brewer, H. G. Koch

Aspen

Koch paid for one brown

mare 7 yr.s old about 1,050 lbs. one black horse 8 yrs. Old weight about 1,075 lbs. branded W on right shoulder, one set double harnesses, stock and chattel are in Aspen and are there to remain during the life of the mortgage

None

None

None

Certificate of Assignment

1887

Agnes Hedges

Lot N & O, Block 77, Aspen

Cert. No. 15, redeemed by Hodges for delinquent taxes

None

None

7941

Sheriff's Certificate of Sale

1884

John W. Atkinson, H. P. Cowenhoven, D. R. C. Brown, Peter Ross

Lot I, Block 90, Aspen

Cowenhoven & Brown bid on all the right, title and interest of Peter Ross in and to an individual 1/2 interest in and to 30 ft. in width by 81 ft. in depth on the north end of lot I, block 90, together with all the improvements theron; said piece of land being situated on the SW corner of Cooper Ave. and Galena St.

8

24


8729


Mining Deed


1884


Linn K. Thacher, S. O. Thacher


Ocean Wave & Champion Lode, Independence Mining District


L. K. Thacher (Kansas City, MO, Jackson County) conveyed to S. O. Thacher (Lawrence, KS, Douglas County) 1/6 interest


16


364

7946

Mining Deed

1884

Wm. Dammann, Manford Smith

Highland Light Lode, Tourtelotte Park,

Roaring Fork Mining District

Dammann conveyed to

Smith 1/16 interest

16

213

414

Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase

1896

Martinez J. Delhomaca

Seprolite Lode

Delhomaca assessed for delinquent taxes on 1/16

interest, No. 6812

None

None

1499

Certificate of

Assignment


J. C. Markle

Lot C, Sect. 76, Aspen

Certificate No. 142 Markle

(of 217 E. Hyman)



5679

Quit Claim Deed

1883

Jakob "Jake" Debold, A. G.

Shepard

Lot Q?, Block 80, Aspen

Debold conveyed to Shepard

14

41

9292

Location Certificate

1885

John Madigan

Accident Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District

S 33 degrees 42 ft. E 300 ft. to Cor. No. 2, thence a 5" Aspen bears S 1 degree 20 ft. E 35 ft. Cor. No. 4 (2?) survey

no. 3740 bears N 49 degrees

40 ft. W 206 ft. thence S 56 degrees 18 ft. W 750 ft. to east side center stake and 1,500 ft. to Cor. No. 3 thence N 33 degrees 42 ft. W 300 ft. to Cor. No. 4, thence Red Butte bears N 60 degrees 5 ft. W point on edge of granite, cropping bears S 25 degrees 30 ft. E 8 ft. thence N 56 degrees 18 ft. E 750 ft. to east side center stake and 1,500 ft. to Cor. No. 1, Nav.

15 degrees E

22

50?

4280

Affidavit of Labor and

Improvements

1882

T. A. Wilkinson, J. E. Hunsicker

et al

I Wonder Lode, Columbia Mining District

Hunsicker $100 worth of

work and improvements, located on West Castle Gulch, Eastern Slope of the

Range




Mining Deed

1891

A. Hoffman, Wm. H. Eckbert,

W. M. Richards, W. F. Pender, Frank Clemmons

Boliver Lode, Frying Pan Mining District

Hoffman, Eckbert & Richards conveyed to Pender &

Clemmons

81

58

None

Mining filing instrument?

1894

L. C. Witt

Crown Jewell, Quofers?, Midland, Snowmass, Silver Leaf, Bromide, Hecla?

Calumet, Aspen

Letter from Witt, of Marshall Basin, Telluride, to Mr. Parr, record instrument, will send required amount as soon as I can get down to town from the basin which will be about the 25th; 1890 Log Cabin big four?

None

None


Letter of Legal Action?

1881

F. M. Routt, W. C. E. Koch, T. A. Rucker

Lot M, Block 95, Aspen

Plaintiff Routt against defendant Koch for the restitution of certain real estate with damages for the withholding sheriff by Rucker attorney for plaintiff

None

None

4240

Lien on Property

1882

Peter O'Hare, T. H. Scott

Hell Gate Lode, Maroon Basin, Elk Mountain Mining District, Ashcroft

Scott indebted to O'Hare for

work and labor done under a contract with him

L

28

63676

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

Thomas Owen, Mike Lynch


Lynch - mortgagor; Owen - mortgagee; 3 mo. Extension

None

None


Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1893

John A. Scott, Jonathan G. Gary

Eagle Lode, Columbia Mining District

$100 worth of work or improvements; Note: Gary lived at 832 E. Hyman

None

None

7049

Marriage License

1884

Jason E. Freeman Laura M.

Plumb

Aspen

R. W. Purdue, minister;

Plumb of Streator, IL, sister of Mrs. W. B. Root, Root - County Clerk

A

C


Overseer's Bond

1895

George Sorrell, J. C. Mobley, C.

C. Phillips, E. W. Fuller, J. B. Cline


Sorrell appointed Deputy

Road Oerseer for Road Dist. No. 4




Official Bond

1895

M. S. Steinberg, Thomas Owen, Owen Thom


Steinberg elected Justice of

the Peace, 4th Justice Precinct

None

None


Deed of Trust

1886

M. G. Miller, J. M. Downing,

D.R.C. Brown

Lots G & H, Block 60, Aspen; Delta S. & Glendale Lodes, Smuggler Mountain, Roaring Fork Mining District

Miller promisory note to Brown; conveyed to Downing 1/16 interest in lodes

None

None

10365

Mining Deed

1885

M. P. Ripperton, Charles R. Johnson, Thomas J. Duncan, James H. Ryan, Francis X?

O'Brien

Melville Lode, Aspen Mountain

Bounded on the northwest by the Tom Gilmore and on the southeast by the Last Scheme mining claim,

Johnson, atty for Ripperton

26

46

Location Certificate

1892

C. G. Pennell, T. L. Harmon, E.

G. Robinson

Pride of Snowmass Lode, Snowmass

Mining District

Post to Discovery Cut bears

N. 50 degrees 32 ft. W. 1375- 22 ft. and a Spruce tree 12" diameter ears S. 33 degrees 30 ft. E 4-90 ft. and Spruce tree 20" diameter bears S. 64 degrees 45 ft. W. 8-55 ft. thence N. 56 W. 750 ft. to south easterly side center stake 1,500 ft. to Cor. No. 2 thence N. 34 degrees E. 300 ft. to Cor. No. 3 thence S. 56 E 750 ft. to north easterly side center stake 1,500 ft. to Cor. No. 4 thenceS. 34 degrees W. 300 ft. to Cor. No. 1, Lode claim lies on the easterly side of Snow Mass Creek bounded on the north easterly side by the Edison

Lode

63696

Chattel Mortgage

1899

N. S. Mitchell, C. W. Scott

610 E. Cooper, 426 West St. Francis St.,

Aspen

4 chairs, one arm chair, 2

barber chairs, foot stool, 2 large & one small glasses?, heaing stove 3 pictures, 1 painting, 1 marble top wash sink with shampoo attachment, one copper water can,k 4 lamps, colntained in barber shop on Cooper; one clock (8 day), 1 cabinet bath, 1 heating stove, one dresser, 9 vol. chambers encyclopedia, 3 vol. Geo. Elliott, 3 vol. Irving, 1 vol. Henry M. Stanley, 1 vol. History of ?, History of Cuba &? United States, Life of Jonathan G. Bhanie?, 2 vol War in Cuba, contained in

dwelling on Francis

63853

Chattel Mortgage

1899

C. G. Pennell, M. E. Stockman

Pennell Ranch, Snow Mass Creek

Pennell to Stockman, Summit

County, Ohio; All the crops now growing on the Pennell Ranch so called on Snow Mass Creek, mortgage especially to cover th ehay being about fifty tons, said hay and crops to remain on said ranch during the life of this mortgage




10916


Location Certificate


1885


Robert Howard, Samuel Fickes, James J. Gorman


Huntus? King Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District


Running SE 1,300 ft to Cor. No. 2 thence 1,500 ft. SW to Cor. No. 3 thence NW 300 ft. to Cor. No. 4 thence 1,500 ft to Cor. No. 1


22


159

63584

Chattel Mortgage

1899

F. S. Elliott, John Anderson

Capitol Creek

Elliott to Anderson, One white horse 9 yrs.old branded U on left hip, one white horse 9 yrs. Old branded H on left shoulder, one set double harnesses, on 3 1/2 inch Lutzman? wagon, said stock are now being used and kepton Capitol Creek, and are ther to remain during the life of the mortgage



63404

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

M. W. Lewis Co., M. E. Stockman


Lewis Co., mortgagors; Stockman, mortgagee



63851

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

M. E. Stockman, J. C. Epperson


Stockman, mortgagee;

Epperson, mortgagor

63865

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Thomas Owen, Jeremie Gerbaz


Owen, mortgagee; Gerbaz,

mortgagor

63850

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

M. E. Stockman, S. Fooshie


Fooshie, mortgagor;

Stockman, mortgagee

63891

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

M. E. Stockman, L. S. Strepey


Strepey, mortagor;

Stockman, mortgagee

63892

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Pat McKenna, Thomas Owen

Eames Addition, Aspen

Two Ingrain carpets, one lounge, 2 rocking chairs, 4 pictures, 1 oak bedroom set, 1 keveling stove, 2 center tables, books & kitchen utensils and all oter furniture which togeter is now in house at 205 Keilo?? St. in Eames addition to the city of Aspen

63410

Chattel Mortgage

1899

S. L. Mallaby, Thomas Owen

Aspen

One bay horse, 8 yrs. old weight 1,214 lbs., one bay mare 6 yrs. old weight 1,100 lbs, one set Coneord?

Harnesses, 3 in. wagon said stock wagon & harness being the same bought this day of

C. A. Wood, said stock and chattel are now in Aspen Pitken County, CO to remain for life of mortgage


63414


Extension of Chattel Mortgage


1899


S. E. Clark, M. E. Stockman



Clark, mortgagor; Stockman, mortgagee


Release of Deed of Trust

1888

Melvayne M. Balderston,

Biddle Reeves; James Harkins

Lots N & O, Block 65, Aspen; Chicago, Ill

Balderston "her" paid to

Reeves "her"; Letter from Melvayne July 18, 1892 to Andrew Mulqueen Esq., Dear Sir, I enclose to you a "Deed of Trust" which I wish you to place on record and return to me. Will you please also send me the deed depicted I "Clerk & Recorder's" Office for record from James Harkins to M. M. Balderson. This deed Mr. Balderson says he never took from the Recorder's Office. Will you please see if it is duly recorded and send me the deed. I ask this as a personal favor of you as you know enough of my afairs to fully realize that with the least legal defect in the title of my little home there, and Mr. B would use it to cloud my title, or secure to himself my property. Respectfully, Mrs.

M. M. Balderson, 4232

383

Certificate of Assignment

1898

A. Anderson

S. 75 ft. Lots H & I, Block 20, Aspen

Certificate # 63, payment of 1893 taxes

640

Certificate of

Assignment

1898

Frank Fox

Lots O & R, SE 17 ft of P, Block E, Aspen

Certificate #1058 & 37;

payment of 1984 taxes

275

Tax Sale Certificate of

Purchase

1886

Unknown

Lot H, Block 2, Aspen

Sold for delinquent taxes

1895

945, 946

Certificate of

Assignment

1898

Joseph Haas

Keno Lode, No. 3018; Spar Lode, No.

3016

Certificate No. 802; 801;

1894 taxes

970

Certificate of Assignment

1898

C. Burke

???

Certificate No. 164 for taxes of 1893; Only have of

certificate was left

9117

Voucher

1896

Morrell Hardware Co.

Aspen

100 ft. Fuse, 5 lb, 35% Powder; On Road fund paid

by Warrant No. 1745


Oath of Office

1892

T. Arthur Topham


Tophams's Oath of Office for

Court Stenographer

73

Marriage Certificate

1935

Ann Pejack, Charles C. Slavens

Aspen

In presence of Mike Pavlich

& Olga Pejack

84774

Surety Bond

1929

Mary E. Rohrbough, Howard Toncray

Aspen, Denver

Rohrbough bonded by National Surety Company as elected Pitkin Justice of the Peace; Toncray atty. for

company


Complaint for a Search Warrant

1940

Hannibal Brown, Gus Nelson, John Nelson

Aspen

One metal safe stolen, Gus & John Nelson have on previous occasion forced an entrance to the premises from which the safe was stolen, and these same parties requested use of the keys, to these said premises,

from complaintant

63447

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Henry Holthower, Augusta

Holthower, Anna C. Koch

Augusta Briese Holthower;

Holthowers conveyed to Koch; Three log wagons, 3 sleighs, 3 sets of double harneses, also all double ? And neck yokes belonging to above wagon, one black horse named Frank, weight about 1,600 lbs., one bay horse, weight about 1,500 lbs, one sorrel horse weight about q,t0 lbs., 9 black horses, weight about 1,200 lb. each, and one horse hay in color and weight about.

The above described horses being used and driven by party named Phil Sheridan, in hauling logs from office and Queen Gulch. The above described chattel have been and are now engaged in hauling logs and timber to same mill of the Koch on

Castle Creek

63491

Chattel Mortgage

1899

F.? A. Pierson, M. E. Stockman

Mesa County; Sopris Creek

One black mare eight years

old weight 1,050 lbs on Ranch of Frank Pierson at Plateau Mesa County, Colo also one horse power for harnessing ? Now at Ranch

?? On Sopris Creek, said stock & chattel to remain where they are now and during the life of this

mortgage



63516

Chattel Mortgage

1899

J. H. Ralston, Thomas Owen


One sorrel horse 7 yrs. Old branded HV on left shoulder, 1 gray horse 7 yrs old branded (animal drawing) on left hip, 1 3 1/2 in Studebaker wagon, set double harnesses, 1 set common glase? B of Slide, also all crops now growing on Ranch of Granton on Capitol Creek on which said ranch all above chattel within the limits of Pitkin County



3495

Lien on Property

1882

Airling & Morrisy, L. J. Colburn, Michael H. Murphy, W. H. Ucker, W. E. Jones, J. B Henderson

Quaker City Lode

Lien by Airling & Morrissy on the lode for work and labor on property owned by those listed

L

21

63689

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Arthur Parry, Louis Olsen


Parry, mortgagor; Olsen,

mortgagee



63697

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

George Thomas, L. H. Hays, E.

A. Martin


Hays & Martin, mortgagors;

Thomas mortgagee



63365

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

M. E. Stockman, E. E. Clark


Clark, mortgagor; Stockman,

mortgagee

3344

Lien on Property

1882

David Jones, Daniel Edwards, Clinton Markell

Harrisburg Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District

Lien by Jones & Edwards against Markell for work and

labor on lode

63364

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Thomas Owen, Henry Wright


Wright,mortagor; Owen,

mortgagee

63427

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Pauline M. Peck, JohnT. Peck, Thomas Owen

Granton Ranch, Red Mountain; Bullocks?

Ranch, Crater? Creek

Pauline Peck conveyed to Owen one 3 yr old Jersey bull, three 2 yr old black and white heifers, one 3 yr old cow black, one 3 yr old cow black and white, one black & white yearling heifer, 2 black yearling heifers, one red yearling heifer - not branded, said stock are now on named ranches and to remain during life of the mortgage


63558


Chattel Mortgage


1899


L. S. Strepey, M. E. Stockman


Aspen


Strepey to Stockman (of Summit County, Ohio) one red cow 8 yrs old branded O, one brown horse 4 yrs old weight 1,225, 1 bay horse 3 yrs old weght 1,185 - both horses branded 6 on right shoulder, one set double

harnesses

63534

Chattel Mortgage

1899

M. W. Lewis Co., A. F. Bardwell


Lewis Co. to Bardwell all

improvements consisting of dwelling house, barn, and out buildings on ranch about 3 miles east of Aspen, Colo on the roaring Fork River, one steel wagon (new) one mowing machine and the growing hay crop, all on said above described ranch


63552


Chattel Mortgage


1899


Ed Turner, Thomas Owen


929 E. Cooper Ave., Aspen


Turner conveyed to Owen one bay horse 4 yrs old weight 850 branded JW on left shoulder, one saddle nearly rew, also one oak bedroom suit 3 piece, three beddeade?, one kitchen range, two heating stoves, one oak sideboard, two lounges, two good carpets, 5 rocking chairs, two of them upholstered and all other furniture, bedding which to getting with above named are now on premises known as 929 E. Cooper, Ave., Aspen and to remain for the

life of the mortgage

63475

Chattel Mortgage

1899

K. E. Hughes, D. Hughes, J. L.

Wire

Lot R, Block 75, Aspen

Hughes' to Wire; Two

bellows, 2 anvils, blacksmith's vises, 1 wood vise, 1 shrinker, 1 tire bender, all bench tools swedges & punches, 1 clock, 1 desk, 1 set shoeing tools, 1

saddle, 2 delivery wagons, 1 Frazier cart, all stock and merchandise said stock and merchandise consisting of iron tires, wood for wagon work, horse shoes, nails, et. Also, one set sleighs, 1 cutter, and all other articles, tools and material used in and now situate in the blacksmigh shop situated on Lot R, Block 75, City of Aspen


63433


Chattel Mortgage


1899


J. F. Hatch, J. C. Markle



One 3 1/2 new No. 43 wagon of Markles make said wagon is painted red and now in the possession of the said J. S. Hatch at his ranch in Pitkin

County, Colo.

63431

Chattel Mortgage

1899

R. M. Deeds, Thomas Owen

Norrie

One brown mule about 11

yrs old (Jennet?) weight about 1,050 lbs, no marks or brands, one grey horse about 9 yrs old, weight 1,000 lbs, no marks or brands, one sorrel horse "Little Mac", 3 yrs old (running horse), 1 Tarbuler? ox, Fish Bros. wagon, 3 1/4 inch complete, one new set double work loan harness, all of the above described goods & chattels are now in the posssession of the said grantor herin, at his ranch at Norrie, Pitkin County, Colorado


63440


Chattel Mortgage


1899


W. R. James, Thomas Owen


Aspen


Four barber chairs, 4 mirrors, 3 work stands?, one stove & fan, one linoleum and all other furniture and fixtures which together with above named are now at the Three Garage? Barber Shop at No. 408 E. Hyman Ave. Aspen, Pitkin County Colorado and are there to remain during

the life of the mortgage

63868

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Frank Williams, Thomas Owens

Aspen

One bay mare 8 yrs. Old

weight 1000 lbs. branded U on left shoulder blazed face, one bay mare 6 yrs old weight 900 lbs blazed face branded J on right shoulder, 1 set double harnesses,one 3 1/4 in Linnten? Wagon, said stock and chattel are now in Aspen, Pitkin County Colorado and are there to be kept during the life of this mortgage



63428

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

M. E. Stockman, S. L. Parker


Parker, mortgagor; Stockman, mortgagee



63652

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

Wm. H. Thompson, Mrs. Wm Thompson, M. E. Stockman


Thompsons, mortgagors; Stockman, mortgagee



63903

Chattel Mortgage

1899

M. J. Rowe, E. W. Mohusen?

Aspen

One bay mare 6 yrs old names Prince? Branded INH, one California saddle, said stock and chattel are now in Aspen, Pitkin County Colo and are ther to remain during the life of this

mortgage



8716

Quit Claim Deed

1884

William Stone, Tom Brown

Lot B, Block 87, Aspen townsite

Stone to Brown, Carpenters?

14

413/5?

63841

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

Thomas Owen, Gilbert Case


Case, mortgagor, Owen, mortgagee



32720

Quit Claim Deed

1889

W. O. Leaver, H. Fraser, Mary

Beffrey

Lot 15, Block 6, Eames Addition, Aspen

Leaver (miner, 715 E.

Hopkins) & Fraser to Beffrey

61

155

339

Certificate of

Assignment

1894

Ed Carlton

Planchetha? Lode

Assignment certificate 289,

12/80 interest, payment of 1889 taxes



7988

Revocation of Power

1884

G. Lavelle, James C. Connor

Lots M & N, Block 62, Aspen

Letter from Lavelle revoking Connor's Power of Attorney originally appointing him on April 26th, 1884

17

194

34805

Mining Deed

1889

Joseph Vonah, Charles Bamberg

Albany Lode, Silver Mountain, Columbia Mining District

Vonah to Bamberg, 1/16 iinterest in the lode lying on Silver Mountain above the

town of Ashcroft

40

561

63674

Chattel Mortgage

1899

W. L. Hurst, Hannah Hurst

Brush Creek

W. L. to Hannah, All the crops now growing and those now being harvested upon the Hurst Ranch, on Brush Creek, about 6 1/2 miles west of Aspen, in Pitkin County, Colo Said crops consist of about 35 acres of hay, now refining about 8 acres of oats and 9 acres of barley now growing upon said ranch

118

127

63997

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1899

John Gallagher

Moro Hughes, Johanna B., Nelly B., Little Jonnie, Difficult Mining District

Four hundred worth of improvements

70

126

1853

Certificate of Redemption

1901

Almira Kruse

Lot 5, Block 2,Lake View

Redemption Certificate 5023, sold for delinquent taxes of 1897



776, 851

Certificate of Assignment

1896/97

Fremont Woodruff

Little Annie Lode

Assignment Certificate No. 884 & 887, 2/3 interest No.

2228



576, 775

Certificate of

Assignment

1895/96

Freemont Woodruff

Eureka Lode

Assignment of Certificate No.

880 & 883, 2/3 interest No.

2227, taxes of 1895


378

Certificate of Assignment

1898

Harry G. Koch

L, N & S Group

Assignment Certificate No. 890, 5/32 interest, taxes of 1894



20873

Deed of Trust

1887

Alexander Brown

Lots A & B, Block 118, Aspen

Conveyed to Brown

59

53

20602

Location Certificate

1887

C. G. Pennell, George McGee,

Owen Thom, J. D. Deming

Midland Lode, Roaring Fork Mining

District

SW Corner a Spruce Post set

in mound of stone whence Discovery Shaft beares N 38 degrees 14 ft E. 205-82 ft and a Spruce Stump 6 inches bears N 69 degrees 4 ft W 20-

3 ft running thence N 5 degrees W. 300 ft to NW Corner No. 2 a lime stone boulder 1-5 X 3-5 X 4-5 ft marked X with a spruce post 4 ft above ground appropriately mark set 4 ft W of true corner tence N 85 degrees E 75 ft to N side center and 1,500 ft to SW Corner No. 1, ?? 15 degrees East Discovery is made by shaft over 40 ft deep a point of rocks on East Aspen Mountain bears S 34 degrees E and a pont of rocks on West Aspen Mountain bears S 41 degrees 45 ft W. This lode claim is bounded on the West end by the Pride of Aspen Lode

35

235

62890

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1898

William H. Enfield, George King,

A. L. McLelland, George Runtz,

W. F. Monaghan, M. Sweeney,

F. S. Reppand?, J. ? Caser?

Aspen Placer Mine, Independence Mining District

$36 worth of work and improvements

70

102

62327

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1898

William Foy, Dennis Doonan

Iron Clad Lodes No. 1 & 2, Maroon Mining District

$100 worth of work and improvements

70

82

63008

Affidavit of Labor and

Improvements

1899

John F. Meagher

Auriferons Lode, Independence Mining

District

$100 worth of work and

improvements 2898

70

114

62915

Location Certificate

1899

Alfred B. House, John McFee, Charles Boyd

SoLo 60, Roaring Fork Mining District

N. 7 degrees 42 ft W 300 ft to NW for No. 2 thence N 82 degrees 18 ft E 750 ft to N.S.F?S. and 1,500 ft to NE for No. 3 whence "Red Butte" bears N 29 degrees 25 ft W thence S 7 degrees 42 ft E 300 ft to SE for No. 4 thence S 82 degrees 18 ft W 750ft to S.S.F?S. and 1,500 ft to SW for No. 1 Ver. 15 degrees E

100

165

62399

Amended Location Certificate

1898

John McNeill

Northern Light Lode, Hunter Creek Mining District

McNeill for himself and co- ownere, E 1/4 Cor. Sec. 5, T. 10 S. R. 84 W bears N 26

degrees 8 ft W 105.37 ft thence S 14 degrees 34 ft W

1.04 ft to Cor. No. , thence W 1,005 ft to Cor. No. 3, thence N 14 degrees 34 ft E 251.34 ft. to Cor. No. 4, thence S 75 degrees 35 ft E 973.05 ft to Cor. No. 1, This is the same certificate as originally filled on Au. 27, 1898, with the addition of the revenue stamp which had not been affixed at the time of the first

filing

101

101

62927

Corporation D.B.A. Filing

1899

Emmett S. Gould, E. G. Grover,

George T. Connor

Aspen

Gould filed for "firm doing

business in the firm name & style of E. G. Grover & Co." "comprising said firm are" Grover, Gould and Connor "whose address is Aspen Colo.

142

17

62100

Release of Deed of Trust

1898

Joseph Birchell, G. W. Jones, R.

H. Fisher

Lot 43, Little Chief Lode

Lot No. 43 as represented on a reap? of surface ground of Little Chief Lode made and sworn to by F. D. Howe U. S. Deputy ? Surveyor and recorded in Pitkin County Recorded Plat Book No. 2 pages 5 & 6 said tract being a part of Agricultural Entry of Joseph Thaler recorded in Pitkin County Book 17 page 352 with all improvements on said plot.

94

36


62261


Affidavit of Labor and Improvements


1898


C. W. Anderson


Blue Bird, Stray Horse and Cau? Lodes, Woody Creek Mining District?


Partial document torn (might

match up with other torn document in these records)


102


334

3447

Property Conveyed

1881

Edward Reed, Frank Murphy, J.

P. Flynne

Ashcroft

In consideration of the sum

of one dollar Reed & Murphy of the firm of Kinney & Co. "bargained, sold, transferred and conveyed to Flynn "all right, title, interest and ownership in all p roperty, good and chattels owned controlled under the supervision of said Kinney & Co."

B

169


20985


Deed of Trust


1887


Emma Harris


Lot P, Block 118, Aspen



59


73


Chattel Mortgage

1893

P. E. McCabe, Tierney & Andrus, J. W. Chatfield

Eagle County

The undivided one half of all hay, alfalfa, oats & whieat now enclosed in Corale on Ranch of J. W. Chatfield near

Emma




Company Letter

1895

Tierney & Andrus

Aspen Junction

Letter on Tierney & Andrus company letterhead: Dear Sir, Please place the enclosed mortgage on file. One of us will be in Aspen in a few days & settle with you & oblige, Yours truly, Tierney & Andrus (possibly related to previous Chattel Mortgage




7954


Mining Deed


1884


Emery Visino, Henry Young


Forrest Lode, Roaring Fork Mining District


Visino conveyed to Young 3/16 interest


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209

Mining claim note

1902

A. J. Hogan

Township 11, Ranges 81 & 87

Hogan, Assessor; All that part

lying in Pitking Co. south of Township 11 and between Ranges 81 and 87. Enquire what mining claims are patented in the above territory, acreage, when patented and by whom, survey nos. and all necessary information for assessment

purposes.

63643

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Della Connors, P. W. Connors,

Esther Baldridge

Riverside Addition, Aspen

Connors' conveyed to

Baldridge; The house of said Della Connors and P. W. Connors in Riverside Addition to the City of Aspen, Pitkin County Colorado where said Della Connors and said P. W. Connors now lives, same being on Mollie Gibson ground and subject to removal from said present site also the household furniture of said Della Connors and P. W. Connors therein consisting of cooking intensils a home comfort ? heating stove, "Round Oak" parlor organ, 2 bedroom sets, dishes tables chairs carpets and all other household furniture therein. Also, one roan cow about 7 yrs. old


225


Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase


1893


Gift M. E.


Lot 4?, Block 4 & 9, Township 10, Range

88


All of SE 4 SW 4, Block 4; W 2

NW 4; NE 4 NW 4 Block 9

64868

Chattel Mortgage

1900

John C. Smith, W. S. Copeland


One brown mare, aged 9 yrs

old known named Jersey Mair? But better known as "Jessie Gal"?, One black horse gelding age 10 yrs right hind foot white branded "JC" on left shoulder named Tony Colman, One sorrel mare age 12 yrs old branded "W.C." on left shoulder named Flora Temple?, One sucking colt aged under 1 yr, sorrel known and named "Happy Thought", All of the above stock being now in Pitkin County, Colorado and which are not to be removed from said County without the written consient of said W. S. Copeland, Atty-in-fact




7947


Notice of Forfeiture


1884


Charles A. Miller, B. Clark Wheeler, W. H. Kingsbury, N. McAlpine, F. T. Goler, Richard Curren


Beloit Lode, Highland Mining District


Miller in Aspen Times to Kingsbury, McApline, Goler & Curran: $100 in labor and improvements; Miller hand- written note on back "excepting W. H. Kingsbury who has paid one eighth of the amount which saves his

interest from forfeiture.


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12339

Chattel Mortgage

1885

Sarah Young, W. T. Booth, W. F.

Denman

Cooper Ave., Aspen

Young to Booth & Denman;

One plush parlor suit 35 yds brussels carpet 18 1/3 yds brussels carpet, 3 window shades, 1 Dowel bed spring, 1 Excelsior mattress, 10 yds

hall carpet, 2 plush lounge, 1 marble top counter table, 1 #70 Walnut bed room suit (3

pieces), 1 bowl & pitcher, 1

slop pail, 1 mattress, 2

comforters, 2 feather pillows, said good are contained on second floor above Bob Pearce's Saloon North side Cooper Ave.

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10612

Location Certificate

1885

John B. Brooks

Denver Lode, Columbia Mining District

SE Cor. from which Slate

Mountain bears S 70 degrees E thence 300 ft to stake No. 2 the SW Cor. Thence at right angle 750 ft to center stake on N side line, thence on same bearing 750 ft to Cor. No. 3 thence at right angle 300 ft to Cor. No. 4 thence at right angle 750 ft to center stake on S side line thence on same bearing 750 ft to Cor. No. 1. The Denver lode is situated on Green Mountain in Columbia Mining district & is bounded on the south by the Galena

Chief?

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4236

Location Certificate

1882

J. W. Murphy

Sophia Lode, Highland Mining District

NW Cor. B.T. 9" dia bears N

65 degrees 45 ft E 32.4 ft A prominent Peak of Rocks bears S. 63 degrees 30 ft E & Peak name unknown bears S 32 degrees 25 ft E thence S 79 degrees 30 ft E 300 ft to

Cor. No. 2 thence S 10 degrees 30 ft W 750 ft to E side center stake & 1,500 ft to Cor.No. 3 thence B. T. 16" dia bears N 42 degrees 30 ft W 12.9 ft & B. T. 12" dia bears N 82 degrees E 2.7 ft thence N 79 degrees 30 ft W 300 ft to Cor 4 thence B. T. 18 " dia bears S 64 degrees E

5.5 ft B. T. 20" dia bears S 54 degrees W 9.3 ft thence N 10 degrees 30 ft E 750 ft to the W side center stake & 1,500 ft to Cor. No. 1 Var. 15 degrees 10 ft E. Said claim in located on the Dividing Ridge between East & West Castle Creeks in about 2 miles south of Highland & 1 mile West of

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7955

Recorded Deputy County Clerk

1884

Carlos W. Brooks

Aspen

Letter certifying appointment of Brooks as Deputy County Clerk and Recorder

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768

Certificate of

Assignment

1894

Angie Dunn

Lot 13 & 14, Block 7, Eames Addition

Assignment Certificate 855



63651

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

M. E. Stockman, M. W. Lewis


Lewis Co., mortgagors;

Stockman, mortgagee



15921/3644

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Deed of Trust; Assignment of Deed

1886/90

J. H. Ragan, D. M. Ban Hovenbergh, F. S. Smith

May Flower & Mersey Lodes, Roaring Fork Mining District

Van Hovenbergh to Ragan 1/4 interest; All rights, title and interest in the lodes and apearing in Aspen records.

Book 22, page 285; handwritten on outside of document Van Hovenbergh assigned to Smith in 1888, recorded in 1890

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209/343


Notes for description

190?

August Naefe, R. M. Ryan, Roy

C. Parr, Frederick August Naefe

Sopris Placer, Charles Davis Ranch

Letter handwritten on Denvery & Rio Grande Express letterhead with drawn map; Begin at SE Cor. Lot No. 4 Sec. 24 T. 8 S. R. 87

W. of the 6th P.M. SE Cor. Charles Davis Ranch thence

E. 1,320 ft. to Cor. No. 1 thence S. 1,320 ft. to Cor. No. 2 thence W.2,640 ft. to Cor.No. 3 thence N. 1,320 ft. to Cor. No. 4 thence E 1,320 ft to the place of beginning containing 80 acres; (Naefes of Emma)



63685

Extension of Chattel Mortgage

1899

M. E. Stockman, S. L. Parker


Parker, mortgagor; Stockman, mortgagee



63477

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Charles H. Pratt, Thomas Owen


Pratt, mortgagor; Owen,

mortgagee



63492

Extension of Chattel

Mortgage

1899

Thomas Owen, Gilbert Case


Case, mortgagor, Owen,

mortgagee



63368

Chattel Mortgage

1899

George Young, Fred Light

Aspen

One bay mare 5 yrs. old

weight about 1,100 lbs., one bay horse 5 yrs. old weight about 1,000 lbs., mare branded L, horse branded L

63405

Chattel Mortgage

1899

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Thompson, M. E. Stockman

Meredith, Pitkin

One white 6 yrs. old, 1 roan 4 yrs. old, 1 red cow 7 yrs. old, 2 red yearling heifers, 1 spotted horse red & white 9 yrs. old wight 980 lbs, 1 sorrell horse 9 yrs old, 9 yrs. old weight 1,000 lbs., 1 bay

mare 4 yrs. old weight 1,000 lbs. branded T?, 1 bay horse 8 yrs. weight 1,050 lbs. 1 set common scuse? Bob Sled, 2 sets double harnesses, 2 black mules weight 1,100 each 8 or 9 yrs. old, 1-3 in Cooper Wagon. All above stock and chattel are now on ranch occupied by Grantors herein situated one mill south of Meredith Pitkin Colorado and are to remain there during the life of this

mortgage

3323

Declaration of

Occupancy

1882

Benj. J. Perry

Lots A & B, Block 79, Aspen

Homestead declaration: I

have a valid right to the occupancy, possession and enjoyment of all and singular that tract or parcel of land, not exceeding one hundres and sixty acres situated, lying or being in the town of aspen in the county of Pitkin; (Perry

- surgeon and coroner)

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2372


Location Certificate


1882


Porter Plumb, Charles H. Jacobs, Charles A. Smith


Hunters Creek, Aspen


Water & ditch rights to Hunters Creek for Aspen, one mile from the mouth of said Creek on a fine tree 30" diameter standing on the east side of said stream and about one hondred soils? south of slab cabin thence along east side of said Creek to a point north of the north end of Mill Street thence south to the north end of said street thence to the corner. We also claim two thousand inches of the waters of said Creek to be conveyed by said ditch with

the exclusive right of way


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90

Mining claim note

1893

A. N. Denning, George W? Allen

Block 4, J. C. Johnson Mining Claim,

Roaring Fork Mining District

Denning owns 1/6 interest in

claim, Now therefore and in consideration of a one half working interest in said above described, party of the 2nd part hereby agrees to work and develop said claim in a good workman like manner doing all the work necessary to keep good said claim, Putting in his time proportionately for which he is to make no charge. While said party of the first part as an offset against said 2nd parties time agrees to Board & Room said 2nd party and further agrees to furnish proper tools, also, powder and fuse to do the necessary

work


Rental Agreement

1889

H. W. Pierson, O. C. Higgason

531 W. Main, Aspen

Pierson has this day leased to

Higgason one three room house for $20 a month payable monthly in advance, said party to have use of half the lot belonging to the house. It is also agreed between the parties to occupy the said house for six months and pays each month as rent comes due said Pierson agrees to give a reduction of ten dollars on the sixth month



14154/649

Sheriff's Certificate of Sale; Writ of Attachment

1886

Joseph B. Gerard, J. H. McMaster

Mill Street, Aspen

Gerard, plaintiff; McMasters, defendant; All that piece or parcel of land in Town of Aspen and described as follows: beginning a northwest corner of James McGee's land fronting on Mill Street running thence East 90 ft thence north 25 ft thence west 90 ft. to Mill Street and thence south along east side of Mill Street 25 ft to place of beginning; Writ: $125 three percent per

month

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7992

Trust Deed

1884

John C. McKenna, Porter

Plumb, Wm. Blanton

Lots M & N, Block 108, Aspen; Grand

Pacific Lode, Aspen Mountain, Roaring Fork Mining District

From McKenna to Plumb for

use of Blanton; Lots & 1/4 interest in lode 1 mile southwest of Aspen, more particularly described in Book 8, page 368

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7952

Affidavit of Labor and Improvements

1883

Emery Visino, John Martin, B. Clark Wheeler

Forrest Lode, Aspen Mountain, Roaring Fork Mining District

$100 dollars of work and improvements, Visino & Martin co-owners publication for 90 days in Aspen Times, a weekly newspaper published in Aspen, published for 14 successive weeks, as will appear by affidavit by B. Clark Wheeler, Recorded in Book 17, page 89, said John Martin wholly refused to comply with within the period of ninety days afte

the publication of said notice

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