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Re: How did the Cresson Gold Mine get its name?
Posted by: kathy thompson (ID *****8928) Date: May 23, 2006 at 17:01:49
In Reply to: Re: How did the Cresson Gold Mine get its name? by os cresson of 128

Accession/Serial #: COCOAA 030128 BLM Serial #: COCOAA 030128


Note: This record has not been checked against the Legal Land Patent. We don't have an electronic image for this document.


Names
Patentees: HENRY S BORN,
D W CREASON,
JOHN MCCORG
Survey
State: COLORADO
Acres: 34.69
Geographic Name: SILENT FRIEND
Metes/Bounds: No

Title Transfer
Issue Date: 6/21/1895
Land Office: Assigned For Automation
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: Yes
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: July 26, 1866: Mineral Patent-Lode (14 Stat. 251)
Document Numbers
Document Nr.: 25730
Accession/Serial Nr.: COCOAA 030128
BLM Serial Nr.: COCOAA 030128


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Section Meridian State Counties Survey
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23/ 42-N 1-W No New Mexico PM CO Mineral
24/ 42-N 1-W No New Mexico PM CO Mineral
/ 42-N 1-W No New Mexico PM CO Mineral
Remarks: MS 8834 EXCL SWEEDE GIRL OF MS 7381

this is from the BLM General Land Office (glo records) online


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