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EXCERPTS SOURCES 1895

(Transcribed from the original page of the source book/film.)

  

  12/20/00 Last Update

 

ARAPAHOE COUNTY MARRIAGES-MARRIAGES OF ARAPAHOE COUNTY, COLORADO, 1859-1901: Including Territory that became Adams, Denver and other counties.

Compiled by The Arapahoe County Marriage Committee, Published by Colorado Genealogical Society, Inc., Denver, Colorado. Denver, 1986, Copyright, 1986 by the Colorado Genealogical Society, All rights reserved, Denver, Colorado. Includes Bride and Groom Surname Index and certificate number. Preface by James X. Kroll, President, 1984.  Held at: Denver Public Library.

Marriage Stub Books and Certificates: microfilm and actual books : Held at Colorado State Archives.

 

ARAPAHOE (DENVER) COUNTY COURT-DECLARATION OF INTENTION (FIRST PAPERS) TO BECOME A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES: 1880-1906-Books A-F., State of Colorado, compiled and published by the Colorado Genealogical Society, Inc., Denver CO, 1989. (“Certificates held at the Colorado State Archives, original petitions lost or destroyed. Copies of certificates for a fee from Colorado Archives, final certificates are not indexed, but recorded in books G-P.”) Held at: Denver Public Library.

Film and original ledger books: A-F.  Held at: Colorado State Archives.

 

ARVADA CEMETERY MARKINGS: See Colorado Genealogist Monthly Volumes listed below.  Vol I, November 1939, #2,3, & 4.

 

ARVADA CEMETERY GRAVESTONE PHOTOS: Transcriber Cemetery Walk

 

BOULDER COUNTY, CO. DEATHS & THE INSANE-1859-1900: Newspaper extracts compiled by Mary McRoberts, Boulder, CO, 7/1991.  Held at: Denver Public Library

 

BOULDER COUNTY, COLORADO-MARRIAGES, ANNIVERSARIES, DIVORCES, BIRTHS AND BIRTHDAYS-1859-1900. Newspaper extracts, by Mary McRoberts, Boulder, CO, July 1991. Held at: Denver Public Library.

 

BOULDER COUNTY, CO. MARRIAGE RECORDS 1883-1900.  (1891-1900). Copied by Mrs. Benjamin Armstead, presented through the Arapahoe Chapter, Boulder, CO, National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, 1981. Held at: Denver Public Library

 

CALVARY CEMETERY: BURIAL RECORDS OF CALAVARY CEMETERY, DENVER, CO.: Copied 1945 by Sadie L. George.

(See also: Calvary Cemetery Inscription (Mt. Calvary), (Denver Public Library Folder File).  Tombstone inscriptions were copied in 1943

by James W. Eardeley.  (See also: The Colorado Genealogist, Vol 10, page 3, Jan. 1949, additional inscriptions copied

by R. Ewing Stiffler in 1939) Held at: Denver Public Library

 

CALVARY CEMETERY TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS: See Colorado Genealogist monthly volumes, listed below.  By R. Ewing Stiffler, Vol X, January 1949, #1, page 3

 

CEDAR HILL CEMETERY, CASTLE ROCK, DOUGLAS COUNTY: See Colorado Genealogist monthly volumes listed below. Vol XXX, December 1969, #4, pages 97-105.

 

CHRONOLOGY OF DEATHS OF LOCAL INTEREST: Annals of Clear Creek County, Colorado, Foothills Inquirer, Vol 7, No. 1, February 1987, "Chronologies of Deaths-1892-1916", Foothills Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 15382, Lakewood, CO. 80215. Copyright 1987. Held at: Denver Public Library

 

COLORADO STATE BUSINESS DIRECTORY: Listing of towns and business owners for the year 1895. Held at:

Denver Public Library. Held at: Colorado Historical Society. No publisher listed. 

 

COLORADO DIVORCES: Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, Divorces in Colorado-1900-1939. Micro-film rolls #1-19. (Note: This index does contain some dates earlier than 1900). Held at: Denver Public Library.

 

COLORADO GENEALOGIST: Published by the Colorado Historical Society, monthly Volumes, w/ surname index.  Volumes 1-52. Held at: Denver Public Library.  Held at: Colorado Historical Society.

 

COLORADO MINING ACCIDENTS-PRE 1963: Author: Gerald E. Shepard, 429 S. Moore St., Lakewood, Co. (as of 1995). Held at: Denver Public Library

 

COLORADO MINING FATALITIES-PRE 1963: Author: Gerald E. Shepard, 429 S. Moore St., Lakewood, Co. (as of 1995). Held at: Denver Public Library.

 

COLORADO STATE BUSINESS DIRECTORY – 1895:  Listing by town/city, second listing by business type. Held at: Denver Public Library-no publisher listed.

 

DENVER CITY DIRECTORY: Publisher by: Ballenger & Richards - City of Denver- 1895 Microfilm: City Directories of the United States, R01191-28214-1894/1895, Segment III, Reel 8 of 12. Film held at: Denver Public Library. Book held at: Library of Congress

 

DENVER POST NEWSPAPER: Daily news microfilm-beginning January 1, 1895, Rolls: #31-36. Held at: Denver Public Library

 

DOUGLAS COUNTY MARRIAGES RECORDS:  See Colorado Genealogist monthly volumes listed above, Vol IV,   

February, 1943, #5 & 6.

 

FAIRMOUNT CEMETERY-BURIAL RECORDS OF FAIRMOUNT CEMETERY, DENVER, CO:1891-1906:

Copied 1949 by Mrs. W. L. Irish, (Stella Putnam Irish) No publisher listed. Held at: Denver Public Library

 

FAIRMOUNT CEMETERY GRAVESTONE PHOTOS: Transcriber Cemetery Walk.

 

GEORGETOWN CEMETERY RECORDS: Beginning in 1885-Index of the Record Book. Includes name, date and page number. Author: Not listed.  Held at: Denver Public Library.

 

GILPIN COUNTY APPLICATIONS FOR MARRIAGE LICENSES:

1881-1930 Black notebook-1 volume.  Author: Not listed.  Held at: Colorado State Archives. Film: Colorado State Archives.

 

GILPIN COUNTY COLORADO NATURALIZATION RECORDS-1863-1910: Colorado Genealogical Chronicles, Vol XI-extractions by Foothills Genealogical members Mabelle Newman, Nita Pugh and Liz Burdick.  Julie McKeown compiled and alphabetized the list, proofread by Pauline Duffy. Total of 4,322 records included, copies of actual records held at the Colorado State Archives. Copyright 1992, Foothills Genealogical Society of Colorado, Inc., Post Office Box 15382, Lakewood, Colorado 80215. Held at: Denver Public Library

 

GLOBEVILLE: CHURCH RECORDS OF FIRST GERMAN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, 5615 W. 54TH AVE., ARVADA, COLORADO 80003, FORMERLY AT 44TH AVE. & LINCOLN ST, GLOBEVILLE, COLORADO, 1894-1954:

Presented by Joyce King, Genealogy Chairman, 1900-1991, translations provided by Martha Schafer, Manny & Ann Reisbick.  Records computerized by Mary & Glenn Mills.  The dedication reads: “I would like to dedicate these church records to the many ancestors of our Germans from Russian Heritage who have attended the First German Congregational Church from the beginning of the church and those who attend today”. (Ms. King also notes there are some years missing).  American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Denver Metro Chapter. Held at: Denver Public Library.

 

GOLDEN CEMETERY, GOLDEN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, COLORADO: Copied by Janet K. Pease-July 1972 from tombstone inscriptions and cemetery ledger entries up to 1920. Janet K. Pease, 2509 5th Street, Moline, Il. 61265. Held at: Denver Public Library

 

JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT & DISTRICT COURT NATURALIZATION RECORDS: Roll #1, Microfilm,

Naturalization Records, Volume A. Declarations-1880-1906, Finals 1882-1903, Minors 1882-1900, Naturalization Finals Certificates Filed-1876-1906  Held at: Colorado State Archives

 

JEFFERSON COUNTY, COLORADO NATURALIZATION RECORDS - 1862-1920:

Colorado Genealogical Chronicles Volume VII.   Compiled by: Liz Burdick, Julie McKeown, Mabelle Newman, Nita Pugh , Foothills Genealogical Society of Colorado, Inc., Post Office Box 15382,  Lakewood, Co. 80215   (Copyright-1989)   ISSN# 0892-0788     Held at: Denver Public Library

 

JEFFERSON COUNTY CORONERS' RECORDS-JAN. 21 1892-SEP. 9, 1907: Colorado Genealogical Chronicles, Vol I, transcribed and indexed by Opal Kendall.  Foothills Genealogical Society of Colorado, P. O. Box 15382, Lakewood, CO. 80215. 1985. Held at: Foothills Genealogical Society. Held at: Denver Public Library. 

 

JEFFERSON COUNTY MARRIAGES:

Jefferson County - Colorado Marriages 1881-1895-Volume II, Janet K. Pease, Moline Illinois.  Ms. Pease copied from the original certificates, names copied exactly as written on each marriage record is numbered. Janet Kathleen Pease,  2509 5th Street, Moline IL 61265   November 1972.   Held at: Denver Public Library. Film: Colorado State Archives.

 

JEFFERSON COUNTY –POOR HOUSE RECORDS, JEFFERSON COUNTY, GOLDEN, COLORADO: August 1895-December 1896 at the DAR Pioneer Museum, Golden City Hall, copied by Mrs. G. R. (Lois E.) DuCharme, and presented through MOUNT LOOKOUT CHAPTER, COLORADO SOCIETY, NSDAR, Mrs. Frank S. Crane, State Regent, Mrs. Ross B. Johnson, State Chairman Genealogical Records Committee, dated 1983.  Held at: Denver Public Library

 

LARIMER COUNTY, COLORADO INDEX TO MARRIAGES  -  Volume I  1858-1910:

Index of Marriages in Larimer County, Colorado, during 1858-1910.  Note from the Society: "In 1909 Jackson County was split off from Larimer County.  Some marriages appearing in this index may actually have taken place in what is now Jackson County". Index transcribed by volunteers of Larimer County Genealogical Society.  Copies of this index may be purchased from the Society. 600 South Shields Street Fort Collins, CO. 80521    Held at: Denver Public Library

 

LEADVILLE: “WHO’S WHERE IN LEADVILLE’S EVERGREEN CEMETERY: 1879-1980- Compiled by the Historical Research Cooperataive-1981. This work is dedicated to the nameless residents of Evergreen Cemetery, Leadville, Colorado. Per note in front of the book: “Interments accepted in the new Evergreen Cemetery from 11/1879. Several sites where moved from Leadville Cemetery to Evergreen. It appears that ages where frequently estimated by authors of the cemetery registers. Dates given where occasionally some time after interment.”

Special thanks to Alan & Annette Hertz-owners of Hertz Mortuary, Leadville for their help”.  Held at: Denver Public Library.

 

LITTLETON CEMETERY-LITTLETON, CO. OFFICE RECORDS:

Presented by Shirley Ann Sheets through the Mount Rose Chapter National Society of DAR, Library of Congress Catalog Card # 84-61971, copyright 1983. Held at: Denver Public Library.

 

MORRISON CEMETERY MARKINGS: See Colorado Genealogist Monthly Volumes listed above. Vol I, December 1939,  #4, taken by W. A. McGammon 11/21/1939,

 

NATURALIZATION RECORDS OF IMMIGRANTS FROM RUSSIA IN COLORADO VOL. I: Complied by the Denver Metro Chapter

Of  American Historical Society of Germans from Russia from actual records.  Copyright 1993. Index includes birth dates, arrival date/site, locations of first and final papers, county location and location of actual records. Held at: Colorado State Archives

 

OFFICIALS OF DENVER & COLORADO 1858-1933:

The Denver Museum-1934  "Civil Works Administration Project",  #107 & #550, under the Direction of Ben Draper-City Clerk 1934.  Held at: Colorado Historical Society-Denver, CO.

 

PROBATE CASE RECORDS INDEX CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER  1865-1965   Volumes: I, II, III:  (Some line items include other years as they might relate to a death prior to 1895. Also included are some adoption record numbers for the years surrounding 1895). Held by: Denver Probate Court.  Held by: Colorado State Archives

 

PROBATE RECORDS STORAGE INDEX FOR VARIOUS COUNTIES:  Index of location of probate records held in Records Center Containers (RCC), for various counties and dates, by the Colorado State Archives. Notebook listing: no author.

 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS: Daily newspaper microfilm, rolls #81 through #86, beginning January 1, 1895.  Held at: Denver Public Library. 

 

RIVERSIDE CEMETERY - (1876-1908) Denver, Colorado: Presented by: Columbine Chapter DAR - 7-010-CO, Denver, Colorado- Date: February 1, 1971 Volumes I, II, III, IV

The original copy was presented to the Natl  Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Library in Washington, D. C. One copy was presented to the Colorado Genealogical Society of Denver, one to the Church of Latter Day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah. Presented by: Miss Iva Jean Jackson, Chairman of Genealogy, Columbine Chapter DAR.   Miss Gwendolyn Solls, Registrar of Columbine Chapter DAR, Mrs. Donna Porter, (Mrs. Paul W.) Vice President of the Colorado Genealogical Society, Mrs. Gertrude Marble Wirick, Member of Colorado Genealogical Society, Mr. Samuel P. Shepard, Society Archivist of Colorado Genealogical Society. Joint project between the Columbine Chapter DAR and Colorado Genealogical Society, Denver, CO.  Listed and indexed 26,415 persons buried between 1876-1908. There are 71,720 persons buried at Riverside 1876-6/6/1970 Held at: Denver Public Library

 

RIVERSIDE CEMETERY GRAVESTONE PHOTOS:  Transcriber cemetery walk.

 

 

SALEM CHURCH RECORDS  Salem Reformed and Evangelical Church  Founded 1884:    UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST since 1956 Denver, Colorado  Records 1884-1909  Translations provided by:  Mrs. Gerda (Daniel) Walker, Martha Schafer. Held at: Denver  Public Library

 

TIMMUTH CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS: See Colorado Genealogist monthly volumes, listed above. Vol XXXI, March, 1970, #1.

 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NATURALIZATIONS-COLORADO:

National Archives Microfilm Publications Microfilm Publication #M1192 Naturalization Records Created by the U. S. District Courts in Colorado 1877-1952 Roll #1- U. S. District Court-Denver Declarations of Intention Vol. I - 4/17/1877-9/26/1906, Declarations # 1-687. The National Archives, National Archives & Records Service General Sources Administration, Washington, D. C.: 1982     

Held at: Colorado State Archives

 

WOMEN IN THE COLORADO STATE PENITENTIARY: 1873-1916 By Marjorie A. Benham, B. A., University of Colorado at Denver, 1990.  “A thesis submitted to the University of Colorado at Denver”. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of  Arts History-1998. Held at: The Colorado State Archives.

 

Current sources open, excerpts to be included for the year 1895:

Denver City Directory- N-Z

Colorado State Business Directory 1895: Town populations and type of community. (Agriculture, mining, etc.) C-Z

Denver Probate Index - I-Z               

Colorado State Divorces  A-V

 

(Additional names added from the Denver City Directory if an address relationship existed)