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Alaska Crockers/Wasilla
Posted by: Allan L. Crocker (ID *****4893) Date: July 03, 2008 at 23:52:56
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Notes Give'n to me about Frederick and his Brother Albert Crocker...What happened to them? Thank You
From 1919 to 1930.

February 12, 1919 Fred Crocker and Native in from Knik to trade.

May 6, 1920 Fred Crocker bought timber outfit.

May 9, 1920 Gus drove out to mile 25½ took Fred Crockers outfit double ender etc.

August 10, 1920 . Fred Crocker after horse to haul out mining timbers.

September 9, 1920 Fred Crocker in from yarding out his mining timbers at mile 25½.

September 26, 1920 Crocker in for grub for Bogard.

October 1, 1920 Fred Crocker through at Bogard ranch went out for Alaska Road Commission.

October 31, 1920 Fred Crocker bought outfit for his ranch.

April 14, 1921 Fred Crocker bought an outfit for cutting mining timbers at mile 25.

October 19, 1921 Survey party left for 28 to survey Lawrence and Crockers ranches, Woodbury Abbey in charge.

October 21, 1921 Sold 8,000 ft. mining timbers for Crocker to Fern Gold Mine

January 10, 1922 F. M. Crocker back from Oregon.

January 16, 1922 Fred Crocker bought grub outfit, going out to visit his brother Al.

August 27, 1922 Gang went out to Al Crockers Ranch for blueberries.

September 22, 1922 Al Crocker left for ranch to hole up for the winter.

October 29, 1922 Sold Fred Crocker $41 hunting outfit.

April 5, 1923 Al Crocker in from ranch looking for work on section.

May 9, 1923 Al Crocker went back to hospital with the flu.

August 3, 1923 Put up order for Fred Crocker for hauling out his mining timber to wagon road.

May 5, 1924 Fred Crocker and daughter in from Outside.

May 14, 1924 Fred Crockers daughter back from Fishhook.

May 22, 1924 Wedding announcement: Sharon Fleckenstein to Crocker next Saturday.

May 24, 1924 Took Wilmoths down to Crocker and Fleckenstein wedding. First wedding at Wasilla after 11 days courtship, eleven people at wedding.

May 8, 1925 Fred Crocker in to trade.

May 24, 1927 Crocker in for grub from Cottonwood on beach.

October 18, 1927 Fred Crocker bought grub outfit.

May 30, 1928 . Left sack spuds for Crocker mink ranch.

July 31, 1928 Fred Crocker got largest and best strawberries. peas, etc.

May 9, 1929 Stanley and Eva, drove down to mile 10 post to call on Fred Crocker, Knik Road very soft.

May 27, 1929 Sharon brought Crocker in to sign papers.

June 11, 1930 Old Fred Crocker finally went to work for Road Commission.

June 28, 1930 Crocker and old Edlund quit the Alaska Road Commission road work.

June 30, 1930 Crocker moved back to Sharon’s.

July 31, 1930 Sharon shot 2 more black bear near his fox pens. Strawberries at their best, got some from Crocker’s ranch.

August 10, 1930 Crocker in from his ranc

In 1930 Frederick M. Crocker was 75 y.o.

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