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Directory of Ninth Street Historic Park, 1871-1900 : a list of 500 residents, their occupations and other interesting info

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DIRECTORY
of
:\INTH STREET HISTORIC PARK 1671-190C
by
David J Luebbers Dec 1^77
A list of 500 residents, their occupations and other historic information.



' CONTENTS
I Letter from author P 2
II People Directory p 3
III House Directory p 29
- A. West Side Houses p 29
B. East Side Houses P 33
IV Abbreviations p 39
V Map p 40


78 So Jackson Denver 80209
TO Maxine Benson Dec 1977
Curator of Documentary Resources Colorado Historical Society
Eleanor Gehres
Head, Western History Dept.
Denver Public Library
Greetings,
At the recommendation of Louisa Ward Arps, I am making public the Directory of Ninth Street Historic Park that describes 500 people who lived on 9th Street during the last century. I gathered the data while writing a self-guided walking tour of Ninth Street Historic Park and adjacent historic structures on the Auraria Campus at the request of the Denver Botanic Gardens for publication in the GREEN THUMB. The manuscript */as accepted for publication in September 1976 and appeared in the Spring 1977 issue, pages 11-22, accompanied by photographs and lanscape map. Original map, manuscript and 300 pages of notes were given to Historic Denver,Inc. last Christmas.
Noted residents of 9th Street include, but not limited toi
1. Rudolph Kuner Jr whole family started the vegetablecanning/distribution business.
2. Judge Hiram Bennet Denver postmaster, territorial delegate to US Congress, noted lawyer.
3. Joseph Collier pioneer photographer whose plates of early railroads are at DPL.
4. Frank Davis builder of the Davis Iron Works.
5. Elbridge Cliff partner in a firm now known as the Ueicker Moving 6c Storage Co.
6. Thomas Duffy founder of the Duffy Storage & Moving Co.
7. John Mullen founder of the Colo. Milling & Elevator Co, and whose descendants follow his
example of civic generousity...Halo family, weckbaugh Family, etc.
8. Dr. William Smedley who established the first notable dental health care center, and whose
descedants continue to produce excellent dentists.
9. Stephen Knight who was a School Board President, and whose descendants serve the banking
community and other civic organizations today.
10. And, numerous state, city and community leaders as well as scores of railroad men, lawyers, carpenters, store keepers, dress makers, clerks, saloon keepers and builders of early Denver.
Because this data would be lost with me, I thought your patrons would like to have it kept in your collection. __

David J. Luebbers


The following alphabetical'list of residents of 9th Street is incomplete. Wives, children and in-laws are yet to be discovered, hy sources were incomplete and not always trustworthy.
I would estimate the total number of residents prior to 1900 to be at 1,000 people."*
Spelling of names may vary considerably from City Directory, titles to property, church records, nev/spaper clippings, 1880 Census, and obituary announcements. "Hannigan" is spelled 5 different ways.
Addresses may vary depending on which sources are consulted. Ninth street underwent three changes in numbering/name system. Before 1874, 9th Street was known as "Cheyenne Street." In 1887, it switched from the "300 block" to the "1000 block" of 9th Street. See the map, page 40. Also, the City Directory is known to contain errors created by the printer and patron.
Dates of residency mav vary. The City Directory probably was published from data collected the previous summer & fall. Inferring too much may be hazardous.
Reliability of the City Directories can be questioned often enough to throw doubt on residents who are listed on 9th Street for a single year only. If a person is listed at the same address two years in a row, then I am willing to accept it as fact, unless contrary evidence exists. Also, we must bear in mind that out-of-town folks, traveling salesmen, railroad men, etc., found it convenient to list their address as that of a friend or relative. It made mail delivery and communications easier.
Warning you about possible errors should keep you on your toes!
* NOTE For indepth information about a particular resident, see ny writings*
1. "Self-Guided Walking Tour in Ninth Street Gardens," THE GREEN THUMB, vol 34, p 11-22, Spring 1977. Denver Botanic Gardens magazine.
2. 300 pages of research notes were given to Historic Denver, Inc., 1976.
3. Directory of Ninth Street Historic Parle. September 1976, was given to Historic Denver.


NAME ADDRESS - toATES
Adams, Mrs Ray J 1008 9th 1899-1901
Adams, William M 1032 9th 1900
Alexander, Augustus 339 9th 1882
Allen, Emil 1067 9th 18op,
Anderson, August John riels Sven 100S 9th 1091
Anderson, Benjamin F 1067 9th 1899-1801
Andre, Frank L 398 9th 1873
Austgen, Ieter Carl John Albert 1029 9th 1909-1915
Eabcock, John L Russell D 1093 9th 189 2
Bamber, Joseph Jr 1067 9th 1896-7
2 O'a fo j I y *v '
Banks, F rank 329 9th 1839
Barlow, John K 391 9th 1881
Barnes, Herbert L 1008 9th 1887
*
See Note, page 3
* cr
COMM"NTS
works, Silver State lowel Supply Co. seamstress, Maul Steam Carpet Cleaning Co.
engineer.
engineer.
painter, 187-S.
* carriage maker. See "Swanson" beluo.
cleric, f:.£. Anderson, Difficult to trace, miner. (Is this "Fred L. Andre, miner, 1898"'/). ar/restaurant owner; later, tire x rubber dealer.
John was with the freight dept, LCl:GR!!,nr a sealer; then a conductor with iiChRE; broken an, DCCORR, 18c3. Russell was a weight aster with i.estem RR weighing Ass irobable relative of Carlos C. fabcock, Denver Rubber St am p Works, 18 89.
inspector, Denver Dry Goods -o.; postal clerk, 1901. lather was a tailor; both into clothing, several years. Stephen :< Lam bar (brother?; was a grocery clerk, 1901.
IF.O . : w.
carpenter.
engineer, L-i. .b: in 1&82; fireman, D&RG: '/student, 1898


NAME
ADDRESS DATE
Beckman, William 0 1041 9th 1891-7
Bennet, Hiram P 348 9th 1876
Berkey, Charles H (M) Benn L. 360 9th 1886
Bird, Benjamin 1008 9th 1297
Blair, Ihomas W Mrs Elizabeth Lulu Edwin Maggie Charles 339 9th 1279-81
C- *S Blood, I ranves W Mrs Cora(l) F. 348 9th 1032 9th 1834-6 1887-8
5odie, Ezra A 1061 9th 1900
Blount, John A 1008 9th 1894
Bodine, Clark A 1009 9th 1S37
Bcgps, Willis F 360 9th 1886
Bouteycll. James L 343 9th 1875
Bowels, Iranklin D 1061 9th 18S7
Bowler, Ulysses G ^ tPr5. Sustt.r\ A. See Note, page 3. 357 9th / o'* M T L 1886 iC 57
CO o>
comments
carpenter, D&RGKU. He Had a procery business with Fratk Wheeler (W.O. Beckman L Co.). Probable relative of Fred V: and Clarence P Beckman, both carpenters.
Denver Postmaster, delegate to US Congress, Judge, etc. Acted Denverite. Hirrm P Rennet Jr was noted lawyer, ns was Robert A Rennet.
* Minin L milling expert. Lad his own business.
store cutter for several years. Edwin bird (Bird & Green) made monuments. Mrs Emma bird a relative?
fireman, KN; saloon keeper.
List in 1380 Census at this address.
Treasurer, Davis Iron ..orlis. i Sec Davis."
K
gripman, Denver City RR, 1898-19C0. Hotorraan, Tran,way Co, 1901-2.
electrical engineer, Denver Consolidated Die, Co, helper, HFRR.
machinist.
JO


cleric, 1880; l.BftR, It 79; a salesman, 1899, watchman, Is this "Col. Jim L. Loutwell": Research neededli [l?S'- ' /Vv T. O- ArrU
1901
machinist, then foreman, Hallack L iiowarc, planing L
lumber business.
bookkepper, Lvans &. Littlefield, confectioners. Noah Evans L VJrp.il Littlefield. See "Littlefii&d."


T
NAME
Bradbury, Joseph Bradley, Joseph
Brady, James Bransron, Mary A Bridpe, Mrs E.Y. Brownell, Reuben Burbank, Lyman L Eurchard, Charles A
Burke, firs Catherine
Burton, Charles H
Bush, Charles M.F.
Byrne, Joseph H Jas E Mrs Susan John H
William Thorn as Jas K
Cain, Lewis Cain, ..illiam D
Calkins, William il *
PEOPLE DIRECTORY
A DDRI sS DATE
1061 9 th 1893
1033 9 th 1394
1008 9th 1892
1041 9 th 1C96-9
343 9th 1876
348 9th 1S74
341 9 th 1880
1067 9th 1899
341 9 th 1884
1043 9th 1887
333 9th 1835-6
1061 9 th 1841
359 4 th IS SO
345 9 th 1884
343 9th 1876
341 9th 1978
See Note, nsee
COMM r.\TS
page 6
horse shoer, P.J. McLaughlin, vet.
brakeraan, LCLURk for several years, also, conductor, no address 1895-6, so he may have liv^-d at 1033 9th.
7

Listed as "Miss and "Mrs." lake your pick.
Is this also "Mrs Esther C. Iridpe"? Wee "Nienhiser."
painter, i&HGUR, xhraKKhxi^£i.
fircp.on, DOGRT thru l01*f. relative of Lewis W. burchard, fireman, D&.GilK, or Mrs r.nna Eurchard?
lawyer, McGregor L Burton. Asroc. with other lawyers. Lawyer thru 1901+.
* manager, Atlantic Cardens. With Chapmans Ticket
Ap^ncy, 1898.
* City Dir. shows him to be a marLle carver thru 1899. 1890 Census lists his family members. In 1E99, James
i,yme was with the Colo. Tele, Co. Same person?
cl^rk. Probable duplicate of "Cane, Lev-is."
Aarcfeier. Carpienter in 1875 and 1880.
Ace M .illcin." Miller, C.R. Davis. Error in City Dir.


PEOPLE DIRECTORY
NAME
Cane, Lewis
Capps, Mrs E.F.
Myrtle B,
Cavanaugh, Peter 7
Chambers, Charles James
Chandler, 'nenry C
Chapman, T. Henry Church, Mrs. Lucinda
Clair, John
Clark, Miss Lotta A Louis W
Clark, R
Clayton, Thomas 5
ADDRESS DATE
345 9th 1S83-
1C43 9th 1043 9th 1808 1897-
1043 9th 1893
1C33 9tn 1890
335 9th if583
329 9th 1854
35C 9tn 1024 9 th 1880 188-
1009 9th warih£ 1893
346 9th 1881
corner of 9th L 1871 rj
Cur +CS
Cliff, Elbrtdge C 1040 Oth 1895
ll/lifku f1' i C
J
COMMENTS
clerk in clothing store, finally working, into higher position. Also listed as "Lew" and "Louis."
no occupation listed for her. Cculd he Mrs Demmie F.? clerk, U.C. Cones £ Co., dry rroocs. Clerk, The Three Rules, dry poods. Listed as "Miss" and TMrs."
C&pns L. hash left 1043 9th and moved into same house ir. 1902. What is the relationship?
brakmnan, D&KCRR, thru 1901+. Probable relative of Miss Magpie A, Thomas, and Jolin A Cavanaugh,
partem maker. James was with laynard, Chambers L Co. Prank E I Maynard and wir. S Lames made patterns.
Also, James was with Denver 1 attern & .-.oriel Works, the L il Reynolds, 1891, as a pattern maker.
l.-oiler maker, DARGPR. Later, with Daviss Denver Iron vorks.
csrp-'.nter.
* iioops mother-in-law. 1880 Census. City directory.
machinist
music teacher
engineer, DCkGRR, thru 1995+.
where?
* Organizer of Sunday school associated with Immanuel Episcopal Chapel construction! Denver hatterj Denver j ire Chiefj black sheen of pioneer family,
furniture, machinery & safe mover. Cliff L Cave.
Then, i.eicker-Cliff Transfer 0 Storage Co, 1901, a noted Denver firm. Relative of a nmr 4


PEOPLE uIRECTCUf
NAME ADDRESS
Cole, Albert J Mrs Ethel 1020 9th 1896-1900
Cole, Henry, Mrs Queen V. Alb§rt J (son) west side Cheyenne 338 9th 370 Otn 356 9th 1020 9th , in* 1S72 1876-9 1880 1881-6 1887-1921
Cole, Lydon 1040 9th 1888
Colli er, Joseph 348 9th 1879
Cooper, Charles 15 1003 9th 180
Cory, Sherman 1033 9th 1891
Costello, Miss Mary K Miss Mattie J 1120 4th 18fU
Costello, Michael 1032 9th 1890
Thomas S 1120 9 th 1891
Cox, Jesse 345 9th 1381
Cox, John A Mrs Sarah C 1008 9 th 1347-1913 1897-1915
Crandall, Evan 360 9 th 1880
*
See Note, page 3
COMM-.T! s
Pres., Famous ..at er .orks, irritation ni&chinery. Also, worked for his fathers real estate firm. Aever lived in the- Soon House as i erroneously staged in article.
*
* Carpenter, vdCT.SHKi insurance salesman laterj finally a real estate broker; Penie-1 Irust Assoc., 1902. jje married I- iss Harris v.hc became an invalid by 1900. Marital problems reported in n-v-.spspers when he set up tne reniel 'irust Assoc. He died around 1412.
railroadman. t.ot "Lyman i., Cole. See "Lydcn."
Ho ted Hoover phot ographt-r whose collection of railraod photos are available at t.J L, .stern History Dept. Connected with Collier L Clcaveland, lithographers, with Ceor/e M. Collier, President. Hobart Collier & stevick wore lawyers in 1892, same address with Collier Lithographic firm r^-named "rioneer Lithopraphing Co."
bookkeeper. Do not confuse with "Charles A., E., 11., or Cooper."
carpenter.
oee next entry. Relatives;
laborer. In 1891, there are 2 "Michael Cosrello"s listed in the City oircrory. Ihcnas was a railroad agent in 1890, then a bookkeeper in 1691.
moulder, Ensminger £ Lavis (F.M. lavish.
brclceuan, JdtKCHR. L rakers an* Colo. L so. KK, 1901+.
* 1880 Census places him in 360 9th


people Directory
NAME ADDRESS DATE
Crane, Adelbert A Del 345 9th 1378
Crovl, Edward '1024 9tfi 139.1
Crumb, Mrs A. J. Peter I) 329 9th 1381
Cummings, Daniel G 339 9th 1878
Curren, John 360 9th 1881
Curtice, Levis A Mrs S. Jennie 348 9th 1871-V
Cushing, Mrs Olivia 1003 9th 1889
Cykler, Joseph F 1043 9th 1889-90
Davies, Mi96 Susannah 1015 9th 1888
Davis, Charles Roger Mrs Betsey J Annie Kate 3w cnr. \ Chevenne > at 7th''^ 330 9th 1063 9th 1873 1874-86 1887-190
Davis, Francis M Mrs Cora Demis William (son) 348 9th (MA) 1880-1
Davis, Frank E 341 9th 1381
Davis, Perry A 1033 9th 1896
Dernehl, Will 329 9th 1883
COMMENTS
clerk, H. Stewart / , ^ ^ y*-*-Az
Set., Little Howard Hint nr Co. Iran!; Growl was Treas. of mining firm in 1991. A relative?
nurse
painter
expressman.
:k
ft
tinsmith. (could be spelled City Assessor. Denver nioriee
"Curran. **) r. y P +P
clerk, l ishel bres C. n'ise, ary goods. clerk in 1R9C at ilanders Dry Goods. Is this Mrs Cllie Cushing"?
foreman, PLP.CGR. Coopersmith, tinsmith with the rails through 1900+. *
voted Denver oilier who came 1 rom iennsylvania with family in 1370, build ins this house and re-building local flour mill, ds a weediim, present to daughter Dnnie, he built the Knirht Louse, 1015 5.th. Eoth Davis and Knight were millers. *
* Xotad Denver businessman wi o employed many people at this foundry works (Denver Iron >.orko, Lnsminger C. Davis, and other names) nearby.
* fireman, railroadman.
liP. postal clerk, 1896-1901+. Steamfitter in 1895,
C.T. ftc.lly
solicitor, Colorado Journal.


People Directory
NAME ADDRESS DATE
Dibble, Horace N 1033 9th 1891
Dolan, Maurice C 1056 9th 1902-6
Mrs (wife)
Miss Iiuth (daughter)
Mrs Julia (O'Connell) was sister of
Dolman, Julius 339 9th 1886
Dove, James D 1032 9th 1890
1120 9th 1891
Downey, Charles U. 1067 9th 1899
Draper, Mrs X S. 360 9th 1880
William D.
Duffy, M 1061 9th 1389
Duffy, Michael 1061 9th 1839
Duffy, Thoma9 P 1061 9th 1889
l\,W_v. t
Dunbar, James 1061 9th 1889
Dunwoody, Isaac Z 1033 9th 1890
Edbrooke, Frank E *
See Note, page 3
page 10
comments
barkeeper, 1289-91. Saloon keeper. Expressman, 1892-.1901+. i>ee "henry Smith."
Colorado Milling, & Elevator Co, with J K Mullen.
*
Fat Mullen, moulder
iron moulder, l-.M. Davis.
moulder. S,ee "Costello" above. Same address, marble cutter
conductor, SIoTEk in IRoOj Ui DF. in 18S2.
teamster. See Lunbar below.
expressman, later, with V.i iVutfy, roving van.
furniture roveriVbuify's Moving Van Co, ixxifx.1898. Duffy's saloon in 1891. Then, 1892-5 with moving vans See Dunbar below. 117? ^ Co.
stone cutter, Hayes L hcOilvray. In 1891, Dunbar and Jones hart a plumbing, gas L steam fitting business.
In 1890, Duffys, Dunbar, lruin, Mckeever noved to Iremont St. address together. Relationship?
patternmaker thru 1901+, starting with F.K. Davis. 1891-2, a patternmaker for DCRGDR and L.H. Reynolds, ilis own firm of Eunwoody L Bristow in 1895.
Dot a resident, but an architect of bundle house renovation, circa 1885. Noted Denver architect.


PEOPLE UIkECTGkY
NAME ADDRESS DA Tr
Edgar, Itobert F 346 9th 1380
Mrs Anna
Egan, Michael 351 9 th 1SS4
Elms, James C
Miss Emma (daughter)
Evans, James Porter
Fancher, Frank (W?) Fay, Minnie Miss Fisher, Toner J
Fowler, Sanuel L Froehlich, Charles
Fruin, Frank
r,
Gardner, Jeremiah
Mrs Mary D Miss Alice M
Gardner, William M
351 9th 1832
367 9th 1883-4
1033 9 th 1800
347 9th 1884
1040 9 th 1898
347 9 th 1886
1043 7th 1387
1256 s. : LOth 1888
1008 9 th 1892
1061 9 th 1889
3 V? 7 ft | >3-
347 9 th 1374-85
1033 9 th 1887-9
1027 9 th 1890-6
1033 9th 1893-190
347 9th 1874-81
347 9th 1883
1033 9th 1887
*
''no Mnfn
rva ^
page JLi
COMMENTS
stone mason. Listed in the 1880 Census.
men's furnishing poods, mcEnory & Egan. Dee hetno^^ ^ By 1900, The Egan clothing stores had branches in Denver.
Not a resident, but a confer to Emmanuel Episcopal Chapel fund, in honor of daughter Emma. 1S76. *
cleric, superintendent's office, DCFiikif Express Co. auditor, gLEG Express, 1F94. Auditor, Colo. Iron Works, 1£9S.
car builder, L&DGUR. Painter, 1894-8?
teacher, Franklin School. Related to Dr. I ay?
dynomo render, Denver Consolidated Ele. Co, sever/'! years. Ele. Eng. ing.ee r, Denver Cas A Ele Co., 1905*
fireman, LEDGER where*
driver, iiurd L Stall, wholesale commissioners. Expressman, I£U, George E roehlich, expressman, could be brother, Charles A. or W. 1roehlich, sai1'*
teamster. See "Dunbar" above.
carpenter, contractor, DFnG.u ** built 1033 9t b then built 1027 9th for daughter & son-in-law Nevlr* after 1380 wedding. *
Why did Wife Mary sv;itch houses along, with Kimball *
fireman, engineer, DStRGPJv. Also, he was a butchnf
watch dealer, plumber. He appears spotatically in rhe City directories.


PEOPLE DIRECTORY
NAME ADDRESS DATE
Germain, Goorge J 1032 9th 1894-1902
Gemer, Hugo 1061 9th 1S8S
Geyer, Melvin 1033 9th 1891
Gibson, Edgar F Mrs Frances A 1033 9th 1B01-2
Gibson, Mrs May 1067 9th 1902
Gicker, Le Roy 1061 9th 1894-5
Gilman, Charles S Mrs Nellie T Maud (daughter) 357 9th 338 9th 357 9th 1880 1830 1881
Githens, Joseph Albert Jr. 1061 9th 1894-6
Gonzalez, Ramon Mrs Carolina Ramon Jr Ralph L. 1020 9th 1934-73
Gouider, Robert M 1024 9th 1891
Gr3f, John 1041 9th 1902-3
Graff, Louis F 1003 9th 1897-1002
Granger, Clarence A 336 9th i8E4
Grant, William V 1008 9th 1893
Griebling, John John Harry Mrs Mary Leo P 1041 9th 19C2-38
page 12
COMMENTS
* grain dealer, F.C. Ayres Her. Co, many years, ^cleric, I. II. East or, clothing firm, carpenter, 1S89-91. miner for many years.
proprietor, The Earl, boarding house, 1894+.
soap maker, toKrrr Ceyserite Soap Co., for several years. Lived with Git hens in 1893. rLrv-V;
1880 Census. Railroad freight a^ent.
City Directory. Could be spelled "Gillman."
City Directory.
engineer, Geyserite Soap Co. Helper, P.1A. Balcom Mfr Agency Co. Cleric, McClellann-Colt Com. Co.
Joe Githens j^r was in soap business, ico. See Gicker.
T *: u -
Tcolc over the Smediey House and turned part of it intc the Casa Hayan by Mid-1950s, but started making good Mexican food by 1945. *
deputy sheriff
butcher for several years. (Graff).
stone cutter for several years. Gee "Groff."
cleric
machinist
* furniture C* cabinet maker, repairman L salesman.


NAMF '
Grimes, ED (Idcl) Mrs Rachel
Groff, Louis
Groussman, Albert B Mrs Belle Ernest (soils) Harry F rank
Guilford, A.M. Hachten, John I Hadra, F rod S Ilai", Carl h liaines, Aarcn S
Lannigan, Mrs Hary
Harrison, Nathan I
Mart, Joseph W
Mrs Martha J
Harthom. Isaac Hartman, Joseph
PEOPLE DIRECTORY APDRE8S DA fZ
1015 9tn 1903-14
1067 9 th 1902-7
900-916 Curtis 1900-24
336 9 th 1833
1009 9 th 1905
1003 9th 1887
1067 9th 18 8
ne cor.\ Cheycnn^J> at SthX 361 0th 1873 1874-6
345 9th 1881
107.7 9 th 1897
347 i36E 9 th Sift 188 2 tSfcto
361 9 th 1878
1067 9th 1889
9rc Mr. v*r>
n? *>r%
page 13
ccr mcmt
* junk dealer. Phillip Filsteins uncle. Eom in Polanri/Hussinn frontier, helped est. Shearith Israel Synagogue with Groussman at >*ra. Episcopal Chapel.
sco "Graff'' above.
* Helped buy ; ramanuvl Episcqxl Chapel for use by his orthodox Jewish congregation. Bought .>ebber house, then moved it to rake room for his grocery store.
Died after if.vl. Life jielle kept it open til 1965. family lived upstairs above the comer grocery store.
letter carrier for iost Office.
*
partner of li. nrenn L Co, liquors.
* machine hand, Chicago lumber L Mtg Co.
caroenter This may be an error in City Directory
* .'.hr- bourhr the house from T.S. Anderson, thn married '..hitebreck a year later, her nane could be spoiled uannipan, l annacan, i enn^gan, .Corrigan, see r.y notes at ilL ior further spellings.
clerk, IDRCkr. utitcr, JcJICkk. Bookkeeper, Evans Estate, 1899.
* real estate u investments, C.A. Lovelace L Co.
He was a machinist, too.

music teacher


NAME1 ADDRESS DAxEA
nassan, Albert E Arthur C William H * 1003 9th 1895
Haurie, Charles 1033 9th 1033 Ur.h 1890 If £9
Herbert, Miss Hora Hi*£K5 T3 nilge^, Michael 1056 9th 3H7 7 1032 9th 1892 t y?t. 1891-4
iicrs^hner, Jacob G 1003 9th 1592
Hillberg, C.A. 1067 9th 1890
nockenberger, Frank 351 9th \02 3 IG- 1886 \ZZ7-2
Holmes, George A 1003 9th 109?-3
Holmes, John ws Cheyenne btw 7th G. or ,, 1773
322 9th 1.874
Holloway, Charles G 1040 0ih 1896-7
hrs Emma C
Gey lord Judson H Wilbur W
7m3 J. Trsmont 1445 S. 11th
pane 3.
* See h'ote

grocers. Arthur owned A.C. Hasson L Co, but was a carpenter before C. after 1895. villisn. was V7ith D.A. .iassan fuel £ i eed Co, 1807, but vas a carpenter with Lekoy Cven, 1892. l.rs. Coreas \. Hasson, relative?
bricklayer, i-.£. *,avis,tes£h contractor, HAT F.K.Davis, is this on error in the City i-irectory?
* thru ICO8, latlve of kiss Annie
sever r 1 ye ars. . .riv^Arr,
carpenter. Carl and Claus rill tar;: were cabinet makers, nillb-rp. Bros.
1881-5, 1 red was with ul; or a jocVayj fireman and on tine or with bcMY.r.k, After 1089, i red A. (machinist, EG.CCAk, thru engineer in 18.00), ikorrr (engineer, !CJ.Ga};), ana Mrs l limbsth ii. Aockenbergar were living tn-M-rl.er cn L~rinrr .treat. John vas an np.inoer, IL. Gck, 1893; same ror illia,T>. relatives?
bricklayer. Harbor,:cirk>ch IPV8. Mrs. Holmes
is nrcbablo relative.
briclutiason for many years. Vrobahlc error in the City 1'i.rec! orios. You may n ignore this entry.
Charlc s was a clerk with holloway rros, grocer firm, then bookkeeper. rs Dasia is given no occupation. Gaylord was with the Colo. aculent Mr, Co. Judson was a clerk i or a-urlbut Grocery Co, lhr,5j salesman,
J wold lacking Co, 1396j then with uolloway Lros for 2 years. .ill ur was a driver, uurlbut Grocer, then J ciT.iGd ollov.ay pros, v.itn Judscn. i rs. K.C. ..ollov;ay is probable relative. .lien 7 (carpenter),
C. Gaylord (mattress maker) and n Judson were probobh re larivcr.
saloon keeper uilger?
>le sterer for
Tr. n .


PEOPLE DIRECTORY.
NAME ADDRESS LATE
Holzer. Hiss Lizzie G Louis li Maggie Miss (Margaret ii) Mrs Margaret liiss Gertrude 1 William J 1009 9th 1899-1904
Honner, Frederick 1003 9th 1897
flood, villi are E 335 9th 1082
flousley, Joseph 1009 9th 1893
iJunter, Ida R. Mrs George 0 George L 1003 9th 199S-1903
Jones, Thomas R 345 9th 1379
Julian, John Jr. Alexander H John (Sr) 1056 9th 1899-5
Kalina, ?rank 104 3 9th 1890
Kalinsky, Joseph J 1061 9th 1900
Kali, August M ,330 Pth luol "Jvn ifS'7-lbOO
Kane, Miss Mary 348 9th 1871
Katz, Solomon 1003 9th 1888
See Mot's, nsw-
page 15
CCt.E-'TS
Lizzie was a clerk at Daniels 5 ; isher as were hiss Maggie (harp are-1 II) and kies Gertrude F.
Louis v;as a grocery cleric in 1093, wiper in 1899, helper at Colo. L Jo. lul ir. 1900, th n a clerk in 1901-4. Mrs Margaret's occupation was not listed, .illiam J was n porter in 1097 and bollX-ar raker for Fhhwhb, 1901-4. Ludwig nolser (boots C shoes) ray have lean Margaret a husband before 1897, then died.
stone cutter
^ (' try t
boiler maker, iJL.-.CRk
Ida worked in the bindery of the :eve Job Printing Co then became forrlady of C J Felly's Lindary. George was a laborer and a riner. w.-crj e L war a CGLGCR painter, then driver for ..alter Produce Co, 1904.
boiler raker, LLhiCRk.
; nt a popular owinging singer.
ohn Jr probably worked at Union ^epor. like his fathe
who was a ch'-ccewn, iivSiticjcxdriKfir ifk'ax 1802-5, then machinist, 1897 truckman, iBr4, then Union Depoti Co in 1892. Probrbln relatives of ..illian, and Charles j, Julian
VxL'KupiKSxLiixfcH*
. /'le>: was a
driver. Peoples Oil i ss ophronia, in:t (machinist).
p.uoidan fcr many yearn.
Teacher, Fervor Academy of M
si/it chrv.an
:.c was a barter for many years, and partner srin several barber ttr-'S.
ciOjiicotic servant vitii Lewis ourtice. 7 don't know hew long she stayed.
clothing business


NAME
ADDRESS
DATE
Keefe, Michael
Kelleher, Mrs Mary
Miss Mary L
Kent, Levis A Kimball, Charles 0
Kindel, George J
1008 9 th 1899
1056 9 th 1888-92
357 9 th 1884
347 9th 1874-86
1033 Oth 1897-0
1027 0 th 1890-6
1033 Oth 1808-1902
359 Oth 1885-5
Kingsbury, Miss Miriam ii 1G27 9 th 1807
Kiesson ,, Bertha Miss 1008 9th 1895-
Mrs Carolina
Knigjit, Stephen 353 9th lob 6
Mrs Annie Kate (Davis)
Stepenn J (son) Roger Dovis (so Evelyn Miss nhoi5 9th 1887-1901
Koch, 8 rancis
Koch, F rank (J) 320 9th 1852
1004 Dth 1541-2
1003 Oth 153
Loop, Adam 1020 9th 1559
Kuner, Kudolph A. Jr. 346 Oth 1882-4
. 0
\
V
6
page
dress maker thru 199L+
saining editor, TribunrLc-hiM icm; alto c-liter, also a miner.
iron ft bra as noulder. ,.hy did be rove Lack arid forth fro-1 'ifrdnor Louse to .,ovin bouse and hack? -Jf -pcllbno could also hr- "Charles Mrbell." he vac on interestr,d citicen in local school activities.
Kind cl L .ire wort, r.fg ol" wool, mart rosscs; later, be was in the steam carpet cleaning business cf Lis otm. In lb1)ft he ;nf;-. -finturea?o.s, sold Lrass ft iron beds
dross
jkGii
sillier, bookkeeper, C.ft. Levis, r.ucaae r.?-a:.ber of the r-orrl cf Education, Library Commission, etc. looted civic lender. Children £ grandchildren were very active Denver citirons. Lnirht 'ruse rai- a gift from f ether-in-1.tv inu.'rr Charles Levis. df atealion m. unight vns 1 arden of i: vunriuM pis. Chapel.
Served Dr. Eli?.al>erh*s Church during early years,
foreman, bindery, Tribune. Tcrved as engraver with Collier ft Clecv lan i (later cell* *J Pionner Litho Co), and cirri: for k.l (rice.
teensror A A .
John C. Lunar vac Jresident of J.c. Kuncr ft jon Co as ,.udcljih Jr served as ftec./ireas. after 18ftA. bud Cr rrrvriii lived at 298 9th. Inc Tuner business sold pickles ft vinegar, then expanded. Related fon^ncc*


NA,ivT
Lamb, John (^.Tsn
l.arscn, Hans M Layburn, Stephen Leahy, -iHinra
Lee>, L.
Leiphboum, Stephen Levis, Ira id Leyfcoum, Stephen
L i nc> oi;i ann, Hiss liu* a Lipscomb, Thomas V'
Littlefield, Viry.il A hiss i rano< c
Lovrey, John W
Lozey, .illiarc iJ Lyden, Cole Lydon, Coleman
r\ C'Dh 25S Uh 7h
1009 9th 1S91
1009 9th- >* 1806
lBf 1
341 9tn 1EF.4-C
1043 9th 1897
10*3 9th 139 2
1043 9 th 1379-90
338 1 9th IFF: 2
350 9 th 1977-90
1037. 9th 1 p< > r
350 9 th Carle C Li 1 a e. 0
383 357 1024 11th 9t'n 9 th ICG 5 1880 1887-8
1020 9th 1933-1904
329 9 th 1884
1040 9rh 1887
1040 9rh 18C7-90
jiant- 17
COM- WT
stone- carter, O.I iiocivcll, ,ho tv: n ronit^ contractor engineer. ce.br; i 3 0 ..,-rrif contract orc .
laborer. ippnrenrly not "urns le.-rana. "
variation of "Lovbourn" belo...
a r..id.nist, railroad.
braheuen. could this be .i ili s !
L7'f

vn.ri rti on of "Leyhoam clsr:, i AiX^i
helot:.
I
stork uf -l :r who <..'mo vest in ]4 *0s with ..scar Hoop fro:.! levs t r> build Mill in the contains "or crushing ore. Later, he lefr the ~ininr> int-repts with Loot) to nri" cart 1:/.-itcol: business. .-.Iso spelled t "Samuel Lrybourn, Jioph. v. Leybourn," "-t. pheo L -i r-hboum. "
p-sronb, l.-n.ycrs l~n, ..ullahry L 1 i.pscoeb, lawyers. Lipscoti b nr a turd 1. ..y; r in ccr.vor thru ir>r*8+.
...voiis l Lift 1. lie] rj, candy. I J'lr.p'r, rows hoe Confec t lonery Co, If 9 8. Co-'h .i. i vans, partner.
colcroc, laborer, coachman. John is reported to live or the rear of 102C rth on-ao.l-o1 f durinp this period, with nc-.iv spell: di "lov'ry", "Lovrey" and "Lowry."
of. Lvnon Colo above and Colt man Lydcr. belov.
brak it an. "Lydon Cole" In probable error in iM t-v lir.


AUPRKSS ' ' J\TE
Lynch, Edward C John 339 9th 1051 9th 1355 l?9 2-3
i aenrey, Jesse B 10C3 9th 1094
back, George 1061 9th 19-9
f air" strom, August 1023 9th 1009-30
t-'anix
riannix, Mrs Bridget h Miss Ilizabeth Mss Manna I Miss Minnie C Ihornas J Mrs Eat rick hiss Angie Miss Lizzie G 1003 9th 1009 9th 1296 i5f'7-'*
fiarsh, Cornelius Janes J 347 9th lSOO
I'cEnenry, Patrick J 351 9th 13 94
McGregor, James H 1009 9th 1390
bickeever, john C 1001 9th 1339
C :Loskoy, Edvard 1067 9th 1391
McLuskoy, Id ward i 1040 9th 1390
McLuskey, Mrs E J 1343 hollars iy i2r;9
belcher, 1 rederick ii Mrs Mary A 1009 9th # 192
Note, Pane 3.
i /
cc-^riT
harbors. -
John Is listed si 1051 f;rh in 1* -;3 only.
dentist "or several years with .arl^v; ~ acarcy*
brrv.vr L drive-r or \ env^r lret zing in. lot i-eorre A.
blacks* ti rh, dirk;, then a poll cordon. Clarence C. may bo his son, bulda bis sift .
oo-e next entry. Lorr-cr spelling unknown.
* variety of occupations note.!. ..orbs at the olive :>tato iowel supply Co (see. Mrs Roy .idarr.r above) j dress makers* clerk, Golden agio; switchman, etc.
nninvor, huydar? L .-ii^fman silver plater
.'.ciivnry 19en, rvn's furnishinr .oods. bee Epsn.
stone cutter. Is this "John c* re-Tir"V
oxuresoman. ovn! to iremonr alone with ruin, Dunbar and aufi y in 1;-'(), . urniturn r-cvc-r thru lF9g,
helper, rChC-iE. %re M .cLuckey."
.-re .cnoskGy" and clnsk- y."
nurse. Is she :j rclnt ive of the above m ry'i
uoli.stcr, Denver erewinr Co. midwife


NAME AUDRECS LrtT!
Merrill, Miss Maggie 367 9 th 1885
Merrill, George t,r 1008 9th 182-3
Messenger, Mrs Clara W 360 9th 1380-1
Miller, Austin P ne cor.V Chamna 9th ^ 1881
359 9th 1582
Miller, John 339 9th 1885
Miltr.an, Joseph T 333 9th 1886
1061 9th 1837
Mrs Kate (h.G.) 333 9th 1835-6
1061 9 tli 1837
Holsoee, John 361 9 th 1832
363 10 th 1833
Montgomery, william H 1003 9th 1889-1395
Anthony Mrs Inez R
Moore, Lucius L 360 9th 0 £ o ^t-' 1378-9 (-7 '
Mosher, Isaac M 367 9 tli 365 9th 1380 1881
Hotter, Frank W 1032 9th 1890
*
bee Note. nare 3.

COvH! NT
teacher, billiard Could
Central school hal 1
be snc-lled "Messin^i:
Caupht*-r of 11. wood.
Miller i* i-!itchll, hardware, proves C tinware.
Inis is the corner house at that time. see "Haines."
book bincicr, i.istlcr. Could be ", illman."
Jeweler, 1C88-19CQ+, with A.t ..ehrlc.
Please note that iirx "333 9th = 1061 9th". Co, unere is "335 9th" that Ghanaler and weeks occupied? j\o address for Joe is given for 1303.
laborer. In 1831, he was a house mover; tinsmith, DC-jVJl'il, 1S9F. Corked for T.S. -nderson, too.
foreman, Collier & Clcavolend ( lithographers. Policeman, 1297. Map publisher, da par -5. .Montgomery. Music publisher, toe. lublishcr, f'orVv "t. haraldi trade union leader; Deputy State Labor Commissioner during bloody mirint' strike, ISO4. inthony was a
shoo maker* Mrs Inez Russell ; out^ornery was a dramatic reader and elocutionist, 1895-?-t. lony and Inez moved t o other quarters in 1 >r:5, joined by William.
* John : ..ctri> and Mrs Hanna pore were his parents. John A Moore, his- brother. core hardware L Iron Co was their family enterprise in Leaver.
1330 Census lists him at 347 0th. *
City directory lists hiw at 365 9th.
brnAcnian. tt,rr. ,


NAME
ADDRESS-. DATE
Mullen, John K 341 9th 1875
Dennis 339 9th 1876-77
Nevin, Samuel F
Nevin, William C Mrs eilice John E (G) Adolph L 357 9th (Gardner) 349 9th 1027 9th 1283 1884-6 1887-90
Nevin, Nance, George A 1023 9th 1891
Nelson, John Perry 1008 9th 1891
Nichols, Charles C 1C33 9th lc3C
Menhiser, Henry Ers Ettie ( Mrs C.... 347 9th '>oodrov)340 9th 1874-5 176
-hu,m '0 PapK.c, Mrs Crest inc 329 9rh (t?S 1C 04
Parker, Delos T 1067 9th 1297
Farker, Thomas T cor. 9thS L Curtis 1 £24 1892
COhi'-.L.n
* Noted Denver citizen v;hc built a larpe niillinp &
elevator empire, Colorado 1 illint C Ele. Co. Dennis, Dennis ?;rs Ellon (C*Connell) Mullen, or firs Pat Mullen, sisiter of Mrs olsn and other relatives. Pat did not live on 9th At. Historic Ears. John was a p.enorotts person rs were his dauphi err ?nd descendants, making Gt. Cajetan's Church r reality, built on land donated by John, the family honest sad--------old home.
* Owner of Lop-n Hotel. irobably stayed with williar Nevin for one year, harried Mayor Van imrns sister.
nevin married Alice- Gardner in 1281 er 1880. Gardner probably built this brick house for their. Nevin was into store fixtures L showcases, Nevin Store fixture Co, 1298, while establishing the first lurpe tholesali candy company in Colorado, >.C. Nevin Co. Inn, John £. Adolph Ev-vin lived at 357 9 th in 1883. *
Partner in bicycle bianess v.ith ayor Van Com, 18S7.
brsfceraon, ..C.>nub ti ru 1898. Nance.
laborer.
trackman, City Cable EEj "lesnanj janitor, 1802, Jennies lank Eiildlin.p.
sealer, bi '.F.
Dec., .est Leaver ..chonls (sochool dist. >0. 2). bis wife was on officer with rr-c Crate Hi stori.cal Society vontunsrr i roup of vr/ton. .einhiser, Mcnhnuser, et<
Is Mrs .... the brother of Ccorpe A hridp.tr2
clcrb, Denver Cry Coeds Co. student, 1898.
laundrymnn, b.m h.;,. i.olr.
La.V'.c house at "Parker, DP
?


?V ? 1 V '
; i ... - -
Patterson, Geo me C
0 Kfl-r 1 Pearce, Ghal-res B Samuel A
Person, Pise hertine Peterson, John Petrie, George
Phillips, Julius
Philli ps, Robert
Pierce, Prank J
Pierson, Rilliam
Pille, George Conrad George J i rede- ri ck 5 Piss Pauline V
Pine, 1 rank
Flatfoot, Albert J George Joseph J William F Gus (Augustus)
A DDR rgc BATE
345 9 th 1C75-6
1033 9 th 1P95-7
10 G7 9 th 1398
1003 9tn 1391
1009 9rh 1039 u 1031
1056 9th 1337
1050 3th 1033-9
336 9th 1335-6
1056 9 th 1E57
1067 9th 13f9
1009 9th lPr0
1032 9 th 1904-191
356 0th 1301
329 9 th 1335-6
1067 9 th 1337-97
Poquettc, tfiss Angelique 338 9tli Geo Note, nnop 3.
1SC4
CC ? clerk, .1 ^ichar-l A Co,, hardware, stoves A tinware, yardnan, Cannons Restaurant, 199Psme person?
plumber lor cony years. ia: vas 5 carpenter for many years. Lived with i.. init h in 1/93. relationship?
carriage maker
stone cutter for many years, first with r-.yes L ckilvrav.
tailor. Cciaainud a tailor thru i':05+. i lease note this possible error ir wity Lirectory.
laborer, tirevn, with leaver i.rewifie to. firemen
ctcne cutter* later, r moulder at Colo. Iron works
Vr
painter
laic is the vomer :.ousc that G roue si., an bought, then move;] to i.-akc root! for his com. r grocery or ere.
Albert was a letter carrier, i ; recige v.jh a carpentoi Joe was a clerk, then vice president oi : uvland i i ill inti ry eo (1297>i ..iHio.. Vci.c ,*>. clerk, M. roman ar Peoples rank iildgj Guo vac a plumber, horntuni A. clovat r ni an.
dress maker
oister of aggie;


NAME
Putman, George E Putz, Stephen M. Raabe, henry Pvanconi, Lack
Rash, hrs Mary v-illianr a Edward 11 I.rc J.n.
Peahen, W11 liar E A Lilian: 11
Reid, Charles E Reid, Grant U
Reilly, Edward T (I) ReInert, Charles 11
Reyran, truest Rice, Edvard (£) Klee, W. Arthur Richter, Paul T
if
See Note, pa^e 3.
ADDRESS DATE
1067 >th 1C90
34 7 1040 Oth 1S<3
1024 Oth 1 89 7
1043 0 th irv 7-E'0
1061 0 th l£92-2
1061 0: h 1C :il
ws 0th lR'Jl
near Cfcrtis
1061 r. y 1 V(' 2
1040 0th if'1-2
1061 9th 18 3
1020 9th in.;?
1C03 9 th 1885-do
1043 9 th 1833
x i i
page 21
ccr-r
ci/csr ~s:;i c.:l, iOEc * * i nxin 14( '0 Gay [
fir-''- an, - .vi.
iher- nrc 2 " : VI: ir> !i K v.l : "C 1 5. s 1 r> Ci'y
book:- neper. cc rum". nr;* . l:ir l i C" Dvr;-', do!
carrl ayen, !' it el r ' ntf., * 7 **.! ' '*. < cwn^r
'Jnrn i and i nrs o ' - :il r c a; . 1.- t.
ill!. a1 was ;> hr \3t 'i.. ~n, . r ; i :. .. ; Edward v;at
'.cot ; .'.chi n<- o i u)t. ; cnl It - j - 1 liver in , t i U: in 100?.
rleih § C* IjLji h \J n, L or l . -j U Ju A v. c. 1 clothier';. 1
trilc r lor -1 : ny y dr ^ i i'C r , Linyt
,Cc.
Cltrb., / r.-ra to, : ruitt A cnrv'cetibnery. Leon A remotes clerk, lortrr.l Millin' Co. >-* next entry,
clt-rr., Elect r51.1 Lot h Charles c- Srnnt moved
to 2206 Oh-v ]v: 1 n Id1;';, so I asturv they both lived In th; L.O!!*--' ( it th treet rrob'My 1061 Ofh,
tM r.pt rod "d Inr.nrnncAn,
Ltn'-r, labor 'Jprrr Eon':. limits, raloon, thru 1898+.
Ih-e .re;e x E J oar lc Er>,
Could Le <> .rsop' 11 in?, of
cor.cfe'ir . 'll icui-liz r rieel'-r in lS2-3*
Invyer thru ICdi-t.
nucic teachot, 54 Kj trredge Llde. trrlsacir. of i-.uslc labor ^pc-ra >.. use. Relative of usvard H Richter, L>irV;


ADDRESS
DATE
Rider, Peter A Mrs Rebecca 345 9th 1880
Rix, F. H. 345 9th 1881
Roberts, Henry 339 9 tli 1282
Robertson, Donald Mrs Margaret Hugh A Kate R John K 350 9th 33S 9th 1880 1381
Rogers, Charles L Mrs Jennie 336 9th 1880-2
Ropers, James A 333 9th 1884
Roop, Oscar Mrs Cedelia 348 9th 350 9th 1024 9th 1875 1876-86 1887-1900
Root, George H 351 9th 1023 9th 1885-6 1887-90
Rosenberger, Edward B 351 9th 1882-3
Roth, Charles Louis A 329 9th 1061 9th lP2-3 1890
Roth, Mrs Marguerite 1020 9th lr-04-7
Rundle, William B Miss Alice 337 9th 1059 9th 1881-6 1887-1962
Mrs Mary R (wife) Wro B Jr (son)
Miss Maria S
Rundle, William B Jr 1023 9th 1910
page 22
1880 Census. Teamster. Dee "kydcr*. *
carpenter, JJfJ'GKR barber*-A .M. kail
1880 Census. Canadian iri^nds of Willson. City Directory.
conductor, LID GRP thru 1998+.
* Oscar came west with Leybourn in the 1860s looking lor gold, built a quartz mill in the nts, but ended up as a stock dealer, ki: supervising Denver's >tock Yards during the Spanish /ucerican tar. oce rs Church, Koop* mother-in-law. hoop was in the liquor buiness briefly
enginner, DERGRK thru 19DA.
* clerk, r a i. 1 road.
* Jeweler who became -tate representative. I.ouls was a bartender for killiar Deutsch thru 1898.
nurse w >;rs queen Cole was ill lor many years.
telegraph .supervisor, l.i-kKi mining interests! State representative! Denver tole co.j tro&le}' lines, Colo. £le Co,tMarin wa3 a music teacher, piano.
Laborer, 1893, DoJlGhR* cleric, 1894-51 auditor, Colo. L


Russell, Frank 0 (D) Ryan, John F
Ryder, Peter
Saper, Miss Annie liemhard Miss Estelle Jacob E Rosie G
Schlagle, Daniel P b'chlegol, Jacob
Schneider, Fred
Schulz, Jillian'. F ./ro F Jr.
Mrs Eveline
Schunerrann, nlbert
Schwartz, Anton Scarfobs, Harrison
Selgrath, rrank Sex son, Mrs liary (I ) Sheetz, J, Oscar Shipe, Edward D
345 9 th 1881
347 9 th 1882
1032 1120 9th 9 th 1390
345 9th 1880
1003 9 th 1897
10C8 9th 1893
1040 9 th 1892
329 9 th 18S4
1045 9th 1891
1047 9th 1892-U
329 9th 1362
1008 9th 1893
1008 9th 1897-9
351 9th 1881
1020 9 til 1899
347 9th 1800
o O o 9th 1896-7
COMMENT
page 23
* carpenter
barber, Eiser & Ryan. See "Costello & "Dove", many John Ryans are listed in the C~ty directories.
City Directory. See "Rider above.
clerk, Golden Eagle, dry goods store. Lernard was a painterj Estelle was a clerkj Jacob,a bookkeeper at the golden Eeglci and Kosie,a clerk at Golden Ragle. Fas Mrs Hettie Saper a relative?
plasterer
porter, Charles E Re inert s Tabor Opera iiouse Vault, thru 1393+. Relative of Joseph Schlepel, miner?
clerk, Eppstein & Ganders, liaour & cigars. Several "Fred Schneider,,s listed in City Directory.
bookkeeper, Tivoli brewery. Also, Sec./Treas. of Telluride cold Mining, bo. bookkeeping.
bookkeeper, Lionel J inns on £ Co, liquor L cigars, bookkeeper, 1804. Jrumnlist, too. "Schueneman". *
barber
brakeman, conductor, DLKGiili. Could have lived at 1008 9th from 1395 thru 1800. Not sure.
engineer, ULkGRii
probably a nurse for >.rs Cole. See Mrs Roth, too.
* Found in the 1380 Census only.
clerk, Colorado Abstract Co


Cmedloy, Lr am vs CheyenneV. r;7-
;rs Vary L btv 7th a 8/
-*-nnie Y 1020 9th 1874-80
l IT; J '
Chester
Victor
Vr.:.'53(Srs i-.TX Ciesocke)
r-Uh, ..dv.'ard 1033 9th 1330
s "l r i, i rank 1008 9 th 1 n
.sirh, henry * 1832 9rh 1891
it h, rs J i.:. 1C 08 9 th 1823
> it li, Jehu 247 9 th 13 £2
-r Itr, John \ 0 /, c .*-1 J 9th ir-77
ic-rrio J 3 29 . i. t h, 2r iJ 1007 9th 1C99
fith, The*n s 347 9 th if 33
.'Pith, I'cnben il 1033 9 th ld'-5-
Jonrscn , Charles !1 1067 9 th U98-
i-r, Chris 333 9 t:h i iprcnl, Chao 3 GO 9th 1330
sms-, redorick 105G th 1887
;t 'even sen, John J 341 9th 1230
.".r3 ..liz&bath
Cusan
infant
* .See Vote, nr.re 3.
ccrrr
hr. Srodley returned to Phnncylvnnia to marry Vary VtcUcra, July 4, 1872, befor: building the .medley i.ciusc. noted pioneering Sc-niisi, ho was also tres. School bocrc. Ihe first 4 children wore born on 9th
st but .*rules was born eTt'-r they .Moved to i>. Jpnver i.iitariens. Indian kidnapping scory. .ell story.
Die sons nil beerne dentists, coo. *
1-0 -r-u Li i-iw
o::prcs man
bartender for oraev Nibble. Jrv Nibble .,f
V(
carpenter
' r'
V^C-<
Machinist, VN. avis Iron orko
carpenter * s-.--*'
rracki.tat). machinist. Lived with i'carer i.i 1898.
sou Id he 1S97-9, sw.ybr, Could L? "Cons on," too. tile setter, i.nver rnrl L :L1 (= so,
brewer, i. laMly of brewers; 1879-85. L enver Lnc Co
* found in the 1180 Census only.
driver, barkeeper, h. Phillips. G-e "Ihillips."
ic.aO Census only. uc v.t ^ o civ'll so;-,inter, surveyor, dra: tenon, ^tc. ho rori died in infancy.


Sv r,'DH M
StubbB, James H
ADDRESS 1032 9th
DATE
is? s' 1SS9
Swan, William V* 1033 9th 1895-6
Swan6on, Chris 256 9th 1882
5Jv3nson, John John D Nels 1008 9th 1891
Taussig, Lucy Miss 346 9 til 1S83
Teichm.ann, keinhold 329 9tli 1882-3
Thayer, Daniel ii 353 9th 1881
Teten, Miss Mary 1003 9th 1894.
Thomas, Edward C Charles M Charles M Jr. 1061 9th 1893-6
Thorene, John 1008 9th 1891
Trncy, Mrs Hart ha 1020 9th 1806
Tripp, John at (H) 1009 9th 1889
Tuck, Prank 1020 9th 1896
lufts, Charles W llervey Mrs Lydia W 351 9 tli 1023 9th 1877-86 1887-1901
*
See Note, page 3

page 25
comment
,-W/ Jz" \j
master mechanic, D.T&TtRR; macrtnist, UPRR, 1887-8,
letter carrier, PG, for several years.
driver
John was a laborer, and so wore the repr.
See Anderson above.
German teacher, Viriot Slock school. Prooable relative of kuner, maybe a neice.
circulator, Colorado Journal; later, the bnrold.
cashier, Auditor clerk, L,7TtWRK, 1890.
No record of miss idea, apparently.
Edvard was a driver for Gcys^-ritc Soap Co and a teamster tor some time. Charles was a bookkeeper, 1892g collector, 11593 ; bookkeeper, 1896. uo not confuse vith Rev. Charles N Thonas. Charles Jr. was a reamste Was Lillies Thomas a relative? Probably.
carriage maker. Sec \ncieraon above. "Tnoren."
hiss hot.tio (Martha A) wab a tele operator, daughter? Lived at the rear of 102C 9th.
engineer *
coachman. Carpenter, 1895| expressman, 1897; carpente 1808. Pee "Lowery" above, too.
fireman. Charles was with the hook & ladder fire company, then the steam-powerad engineer Killed by street car while visiting Cheyenne rosdeo, 1901. nervey was a tinsmith.


T^ Veitch, v/i lliam E 1009 0th 1889-91
Yickrov, Edwin A 346 9th 1*80
krs Almira
Wachter, Joseph 1061 9th lsr,o
Wahlcrt, .orris S 346 ?th 1385
Wallace, Charles A 1009 0th 1888
V.'elz, Ernest 1023 9 th 1889
Webber, Lucian J Samantha (Shettler) se cor. 9th A Curtis 1 1876-7
Frank J (son) 329 Srh 1378-81
Gertrude A kies 1061 9th 1S97-S
Weeks, R?chard : rs 335 9th 1883
Weld, Ctto 1003 9th 1S99
Weinshnnk, Krs Catherine 1061 bth 1888-9
wetherell, Charles A 1061 9th 1890
903 1891-2
wheeler, Frank 345 9 th 1886
krs Cutan Lora
White, Thomas L es Cheyenne 1873
* 339 9th 1874
COKKENT
page
26
Sec., herchante Cold Mining L Hilling Coi Pres.,
L'l Peso fruit Co.; sg^nt, Lenver Life Insurance Co.j Speieal Agent, Mutual Life Insurance Co. all the
Jobs with 4 yerr period.
stcnr- cutter, rnyc3 L-. kcuilvr.iy.
1360 Census only,
City Jiroctory lists him as n railroad engineer.
teamster. Then, he became an expressman.
clerk, Gems a national fork
u rorcer Ki th Je t, ..allacr C Co.
barber, ".alter 5- .nlz, 18Go, barbers.
luxibL-r dealer. Later, Lucian vras a windmill merchant. Lucinn waon't listen at 1061 0th in 1307-8, but his YJifo 1 end children wtre. Interesting. *
! rank was a switchman and Gertrude a cleric. B&MRR.
Saifio as Mrs.
^ -> Ui I a.
bookkeeper w related to !
Kate weeks, the psvn broker: suppose it to fco 1061 Oth.
any years, 6a run it Fuel f-. iced rs Lillie held? Probably.
'..liere Is Co. Is he
barkeeper, william acutsch; staved in ll.qour business several years. Cue "Louis loth."
painter, LAVicibi, Civil ear veteran who arrived In 1860s via praIrie i.cooncr, Jenver alderman, member o1 Board of Education, forcf.cn cl nainr dept 35 years. Apparently, nor partner oi Lockean in grocery store.
newspaper printer *


ADDRESS DATE
Whirebreck, George 345 9th 1882
Wilkin, Charles H 341 9th 367 9th 969 9th 1878-9 1885 1SS7
Willson, Frank P Francis t Mrs Mary E Hies Mary E 336 9th 338 9th 1050 9th 1876-80 1881-6 1087-1927
Wilson, Park. will left F$ 357 9th 1885
Witte, John E John nrs Kath A Jack E Phyllis 1027 9 tdi lSOQ-1942
Wood, Jaimes liervey Mrs James H Mrs Mary A. 360 9th 1S75-7 1878-83
Woods, James W 359 9th 1883
Wright, George $ E. Lillian b 1033 9th 1043 9th 1893 1894-5
Young, David (H) 351 9th 1851
Young, Edward, (N) 397 9 tii 1856
Young, Thomas 1051 9th 1902-40
Mies Kittle G Hiss Lillian Miss Kate Mrs *rm 1977 page 27
" u/OuJl'
* ilailroadman. Harried Mrs.
iiannigan in 1881.
miller, C.R. Davis# 'Foreman, Excelsior Mills, 1880, then Joined Mullens mills. 1RF5, he was mgr of Denver Hi 11 in,", u Mercantile Co. > nneper of Excelsior Mills, 18R7-1901+. See "Calkin" for other spelling.
engineer, t&RGRR, Canadian Worn, friend of Robertson City Directory spelle it illson" and Wilson. Titles 6 deeds show Willson is okay. t)e was In Juried then became supervisor of engineers. Indian fighter. Arrived on one of vhe first rr11road trains to reach Denver, and was it3 engineer. 1870.
clerk.
commission merchant, Thomas Wolfe Coj city sales. Do not confuse wit h Dr. V.illiam t letcher Wilson.
Ice dealer, livery ov/ner. *
father of Mrs Messinger. He diea of smallpox.
Women lived her 1378-B3.
J.W. Woods & Cc., sellers of hardware, stoves & tinwax
foreman, Grant Enelter. Conductor, Denver-Lakewood-Golden Rii, 1893-1901*. Willi a*'. was a conductor, too.
barkeeper. *
*
blacksmith. Kittle was a piano teacher


HGLGE DIRECTORY
IV//
pape 29
Thic HOUSE DIRECTORY puts the people into thier hone in chronological order as sunrested by the REOhLE JIHECTC-RY. because of the name and nuir.berinp, chanpes that occurred, 1 have provided equivalent house numbers. To make the effort easier to follow, each house is assirned a name. However, some houses were tom down and replaced by newer st ructurcs... the old Willson House made way for the Dolan House, ^ebber's old wood house was moved, then replaced by Groussman's modem comer grocery store, etc. £>nm houses are now pone, replaced by lawns and pardons...Curtice House, wood house, Tufts louse, etc. However, dont expect a perfect maton between house and resident every time. The City Directories make mistakes just like everybody else.
.VEST SIDE
DAVIS HOUSE 330 9th ** 1063 f)th hy records show it was under construction,1871.
C.R. Davis, 1373-1902 This beautiful ltaliannte villa still stands on the corner today, l could find no other residents of it prior to 1900 besides the Davis i aiiiily. lie built 1015 9th for Knipht.
HGLTlES HOUSE 332 9th I show yoti this example of an error In
Holmes 187A the City Directory ss a warning.
WILLSON HOUSE Sir'i Willson 9rh 1056 9t h The Dolan house, 1056 0th, replaced this
t? if 1876-80 house at the turn of the Century.
C Ropers 1880-82
hood 188?
- Gull ford 1883
Grander 188-5
R Phillips 18S5-87
Stade 1887
Kelleher 1888-92
Julian 1893-5
Turner 19

DOLAN HOUSE 1056 Dolan 9 th 1902-06 Ihis Denver bungalow still stands today.
CENTENNIAL HOUSE 338 9th = 1050 9th
Cole 1876-79 henry Cole may have built this brick house \
GiLnan 1880 before Colorado Joined the Onion in 1S76,
FuDbertson 1881 It still stands today.
Uillson 1881-1927
Lewis 1882
l'cquette 1284
CLARK. HOUSE 346 9th = 1040 9th
tci p;ar 1880 This house was tom down, now replaced by
Cl ark 1881 lawns and gardens.
Kuner 1882-84
Taussig 1883
.vahlert 1885
Lydon 1886-90
ficLuskey 1890
Reinert 1891-93
Schlegel 1892
Raabe 1893
Cliff 1895
Holloway 1895-97
Snipe 1896-97
Fisher 1898
CURTICE HOUSE 348 9th 1032 9th
Curtice 1871-74 (Curtice & Karie probably lived here much earlier, too,)
Kane 1871
Brownell 1874
iioop 1875
bennet 1870 This house was tom down, now replaced
Collier 1879 by lawns and gardens.
f.K.Davis 1880-81
Blood 1884-88
Stubbs 1 P.PO


CURTICE HOUSE
ROCP HOUSE
ST'EPLEY HOUSE
Costello .. lew
Dove 1890
Hotter 1890
Ryan 1800
liilecr 1591-94
Linder, ann 1892
Germain 1894-1002
S. Adorns 1900
rule 1904- HU 4
350 9th = 1024
hoop 1074-1900
Leyboum 1877-81
Robert son 1880
Lipscomb 10-00
Church 18cu, 18bS
unvlrr 1857
Littlefield ICS7-8
Growl 1891
Ooulrirr 1891
3rear
Sensor:: 1897
Austeen 1904-1015
359 9t:b 1C 20
uredley 1871-1950
Cole 1891-1921
bine led
C nwanson 150.2
E bice 1887
Unop 1C 04
ilerbert Uvi
Lcwrcy . 1093-1904
Tracy 139o
luck 15^6
Soxson 1899
K Doth .1904-07
Gonzalez 1934-1973
Owners,
pap;e 31
(corninued)
To** Carrico Douse was l orn clown, now making fro:.; for ln\:n and rarrh n.
Lhic fcciantiful It;?lir.r:;;va villa built for oop si ill oti-n-s ton I'.avt' bran unlur construction in
that was
v. It nay IS 74 or 1875.
This old \ nod hou.ve built by lt. Cucdlcy in 187.- house- the Casa *oyan oicr.n Rost**.irant curing the .,.ic!-lrC3s. ^till stands today.
dsa Dayan.


V.'ood 1*75-83
>:oore 1878-9
Crandall 1830
Draper 1830
Kiessenp.er 1S80-81
:>oroal 1680
Curron 1881
Part 1684-90
nerkey 1836
boggs hrs Snith Anderson 1886 1833 1391 The hood rouse is r.ow gene, replaced By gardens and yards fret the- C-^edley House to
1891 the street corner.
iislsnn
fererson 1891
dvanson 1 SO i
Ihorene 1591
Brrdy 1 Ao 2
I roeiillcli 139?.
i^rshr.er 1892
iiolnes 1892-93
herrill 139 2-92
? dnlth 1892
Grant 189?
Schlagle 1393
Bchvartz 1893
Blount 1994
hr Macarey 1394
Hassan 1895
S^erfos e 1895-1900 (f-sybe 13-'7-90 cnly)
Cf/nvis 1897
^irJ 1-97
Cox 1397-1915
l-.onner 1897
Klcsaon 1893
F. a dams 1899-1,'Cl
Keefe 1899


WEBB Eli HOUSE
320 9 tli = 1067 J til
bobber 1*76-81 I 0 7
rrwr>N*ir tCSl \J>/0
koch IP? 2
C kr> Lh 11 82-.es
Cciiuneraanr. 18? 2
feichr.ann 1382- s:
Deroohl 1633
V Lark s If. 26
Chap* tan iseo
Lor cy 1836
Papke 1886
Schneider 1886
K Smith lb 84
Platloot 18?8-1867
I tart- an 1809
hcLuskoy 1191
T Parker 109 7 ('-.ro BT.p
hart! bar 1990-27
D Marker i::9?
Allen 1708
hair, 1999
i.'illbcrfi
Person 1890
Sornioon 1 9M
L. Anderson IdPs-l^i'l
Burchard IG99
L-ouviey 1 i.99
t; i>ith 1 non
i iercci 1 so
lutTr.:n 1 P9
!* viibson P0b
Crons sr.nn 1902-0*7 s hi I;
iliic *ooc; hcuse bail i burin.' tier's was "cxvii By Oro:ii>t'rn fur his corner nrccer\> s! ore Tir- [.crc";;!i ilo.
Vf;<: it Vr
Leek O: lui tv e- in* r
Territorial to na!'.p room row known as
for store.)


MYSTERY HOUSE
333 1061 ot-h.
Chandler * lf?g3. (r
Uc-oks 1553 (
J Royers . 1854
burton 1835-86
J killer 1885
kilrr.an J '.'QT C 7
Sprier 1885
Dolu =in 188;-
hot c-ls 1837
Gemer 1888
to in shank IfiCv.wh
huffy 1389
bunnar ! O 'o -fc. O
I rein 188'>
hock 1889
hekeever lc30
i.achtcr 1889
J. JvOth 1L3C
..a the re 11 1590
Lush 1891
held 1591
Rear on 1892-93
licilly i£9.;
Ire d bury 1 r- n O it
Reyman 1893
liter.! e s IT 9.7-90
dicker 1339-95
GitUans 1 .'9-.-9u
Robber 18.97-8
kolinsky 1900
Louie 1V0C
Chandler
Weeks
335 Oth V
1r
uOj
1C33
l'lcviso notice the nt )<" it could bo an error in that refers to 333 rt:h. it fits otherwise .
..ho built this Italians1 It still stands toiicy.
litis is jn i rror in the t-y refer to the i.yster.'


RUNDLE HOUSE
page 35
337 9th = 1059 9th Randle 1381-1962
laindle Family seeias to be the only persons living in the house since it was built,c 1880
KALL HOUSE
339 9th = 1051 9th
White
Mullen
Cir.'mings
ilair
A Banks A .in. Kail Alexander
Roberts Lynch
1873-4
1876-77 (maybe, 1375-77)
1 379--- (g
1879-31 Ihis house was torn down to wake room for
1880 the Younf Louse, 1051 9th.
1382-1900
1882
1882
1883, 1835, 1892-95
YOUNG HOUSE
1051 9th
T Young 1902-1940
This Denver bungalow still stands today, and
replaces the Kail House.
341 9th = 1043 9th
WILKIN HOUSE
liullen Wilkin Burbanks Steavcnson } .£. Lavis Barlow Holsbee burke Leaky Oykler ina
1075 (error?) 1878-79 1830 1380 1881 1881 1887
1884 L 1837 1884-87 1839-90 1890
This house was tom down to make room for the Schulz Double Louse. It is also possible that people listed at 343 9tli lived here, but current data is too inconclusive.
Also, J suppose that people who are listed at 1043 9th after 1892 actually lived in the Schulz double house, assuming it was built about 1892.
BOUTEU'ELL HOUSE 343 9th ?
1875
1876
1 ons
Boutevd.1 Bridge W. Cain
This house probably existed only in the City uirectoi while the people probably lived in the Wilkin House or the Patterson iiouse.


SCHULZ DOUBLE HOUSE 1045/1047 9th
1045 9th
Babcock 1892
Lee 1C92 '*
Cavanaugh 1893
Richter 1893
Wright 1893-95
Eranston 1896-99
Capps 1897-99
Rash 1897-99
PATTERSON HOUSE
345 9th
1047 9th
Schulz 1892-1905
I assume that those people listed at 1043 9th after 1892 actually lived at 1045 9th. The Wilkin House was tom dov.Ti to make room for this duplex.
This stucco duplex still stands today.
1041 fith
Patterson 1875-76
Crane 1878
Jones 1879
Rider 1880
Ryder 1880
J Cox 1831
llannigan 1831
Mosher 1881
Russell 1831
Whitebreck 1882
Cane 1883-4
Wheeler 1886-1901
Beckman 1891-97
Graf 1902-03
Creibling 1902-1938
GARDNER HOUSE
M
347 9th ** 103
Gardner 1874-89,
Kimball 1874-89,
Nienhiser 1874-76
J Smith 1£77
Marsh 1880
Mosher 1880
Sheetz 1CP0
Hart 1882
"Russell 1882
J Smith 18S2
T Smith 1883
ST2^
This 2-story, brick row house still stands today but I do not xknow when or by whom it was built. Until recently, 1 thought it was built by T.S. anderson, Denver alderman, about 1880.
It is quite pnsiible that people listed at 343 9th lived here. i'Iso, some people listed at 347 9th probably lived here, too, and vice versa.
ihis wood house still stands today, built in 1873 by Jerry Gardner, fo also built the Nevin house next door for son-in-law Nevin.


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GARDNER HOUSE (confd) 347 9th 10S3 9th
18E4 13S5 1886 1886 1886 1888 1893
1390 1890
1890 18^0 18*1
1891
1391 1891
Bradley Pearce R Smith Swan P Davis Gardner Kin-ball (Gibson 1894 (maybe, 1895-97 18*5-97 1395-96 1S*C 1898-1902 1898-1902 1901-02 1895-96)
NEV1N HOUSE 349 9th 1027 9th
Kevin Gardner Kimball Harrison Kingsbury Witte 1834-90 1890-96 1890-96 1897 1897 1399-1942 Ihis tinned-roofed brick house may have been built in 1882 by Jerry Gardner as a wedding present to nis daughter fc son-in-lav Nevin with construction starting in 1881. Kobe the rare domed tower rising above che entryvay.
Fay
Merrill
Fowler
Fritz
E Noting
Nichols
Chambers
Dun woody
1 anchor
Haudft
E SinLth
Cory
Dibble
Geycr
li Smith


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TUFTS HOUSE 351 9 th = 1023 9 th
Tufts Selgraph D Young Evans fxjaonberger Egan McEnenry Root hockenberger Kalis strora Walz Nance Rundle Jr 1877-1901 1881 1881 1882 1882-3 ie4 1884 1885- 90 1886- 88 1889-90 1839 1891 1910 This house has been tom down, replaced by the O'lallot 1 ountaln and gardens.
KNIGHT HOUSE 353 Thayer Knight Davies urines 9th 1015 9th 1881 (nrobable 1886-1901 1888 1903-1914 error) The tinned-roofed brick house was built by C.R. Davis as wedding gift ro daughter and son-in-law Knirht, circa 1885, with construction circa 1883.
GILMAN HOUSE 357 9th 1009 9th
Giian 1880-81
Nc-vin 1883
Kent 1834
] Wilson 1885
W Wilson 1805
Littlefield 1886 (errorV)
Iodine 1887
Lamb 1838-91
Wallace 1888
Tetrie 1889 L 1391
Tripp 1889 Hits house has been torn down, making room for
- Veitch an oocsn air theater.
hcCregor 1890
Tierson 1890
Melcher 1392
Clair 1893
Houslcy 1893


GILMAN HOUSE contd
357 9th 1009 9th
Larsen Mannix Iiolzer K Hachten
1896
1897-9P
1399-1904
1905
Toni down. Anphithoater today.
CORNER HOUSE 359 9th = 1003 9th
Haines 1873-76 (error?)
Harthorn 1878 (error?)
Byrne 1880
A Killer 1831-82
Woods 1883
Kindel 1885-C
Hadra 1837
Katz 1888
CusninR 1889 Torn down. 'Amphitheater today.
Montgomery 1889-95
W Rice 1839-90
Cooper 1390
Koch 1893
Teten 1894
Manix 1896 (error?)
Saper 1897
uraff 1S97-1902
ilunter 1098-1903
Weid 1899
ABRRIWiTJONS
D&RCtRR Denver c. Rio Grande Railroad.
D.SP&PRR Denver, Sourh Park G Pacific Hailraoo
DfTLFt*RR Denver, Texas G it. ..orth Railroad
es east side
KPRR Kansas Pacific Railroad
ne northeast
nw northwest
se southeast
sw southwest
UPRR Union Pacific Railroad
ws west side


CURTIS
STREET
DAVIS HOUSE *
**
330 9th 1068 9th
WILLSON HOUSE replacec 336 9th 1056 9th
DOLAN HOUSE new 1056 9th
CENTENNIAL HOUSE *
338 9th 1050 9th
;LARK HOUSE tom down 346 9th 1040 9th
JRTICE HOUSE tom down 348 9th 1032 9th
)0P HOUSE 350 9th 1024 9th
lEDLEY HOUSE k 356 9th 1020 9th
)D HOUSE tom down 360 9th 1008 9th
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GROUSSMAN STORE (The Mercantile)* Replaces the WEBBER HOUSE 329 9th 1067 9th
MYSTERY HOUSE *
333 9th 1061 9th
BUNDLE HOUSE *
337 9th 1059 9th
YOUNG HOUSE replaces KALL HOUSE inri Qf-U, 339 9th
1051 9th 1051 9th.
Schulz DOUBLE HOUSE / WILKIN HOUSE 1045/1047 9th ,gSJ ||
PA1TERSON/HANNIGAN/W1IEELER HOUSE 345 9th 1041 9th
GARDNER HOUSE *:
347 9th 1033 9th
KEVIN HOUSE *
349 9th 1027 9th
TUFTS HOUSE 351 9th 1023 9th
KNIGHT HOUSE 353 9th 1015 9th
GILMAN HOUSE 357 9th 1009 9th
CORNER HOUSE 359 9th 1003 9th
tom down
tom down
- tom down
CHAMPA STREET
(formerly, 8th Street)
I# Luebbers
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D!RECTORY STREE:T HISTO!{IC P ARK 1871 1900 by David J 1'177 A list of 500 residents, their occupations and other historic ion. @ -

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A i ... CONTIllTS I Letter from author p 2 II People Directory p :3 III House Directory p 29 A. West Side Houses p 29 B. East Side Houses p 33 IV Abbreviations p 39 V Map p 40

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1. 2. 3. 4. s. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. TO. i Maxine Benson Curator of Documentaty Respurces Colorado Historical S,?-ciety Eleanor Gehres Head. \;estern History Dept. Denver Public Library Greetings, 78 So Jackson Denver 80209 Dec 1977 At the recommendation of Louisa Arps, I a'll making public the Directory of Ninth Street Historic Park that describes 500 people who lived on 9th Street during t:he last century. I gathered the data \-lhile wTitine a self-r;uided walking tour of Ninth Street Historic Park and adjacent historic structures on the Auraria Campus at the request of the Denver botanic Gardens for publication in the GREEN Tt-iliHB. The manuscript accepted' for publication in September 1976 and appeared in the Spring 1977 issue, 11-22, accompanied by photographs and lanscape map. map, manuscript and 300 par,es of notes were given to Historic Denver,Inc. last Noted residents of 9th Street include, but not limited tOI Rudolph Kuner Jr -whole family started the business. Judge Hiram Bennet -Denver postmaster, territorial delegate to US Congress, noted lawyer. Joseph Collier -pioneer photographer whose of early railroads are at DPL. Frank Davis -builder of the Davis Iron Elbridge Cliff -partner in a finn now known as the t.eicker hoving & Storage Co. Thomas Duffy -founder of t:he Duffy StoEar;e & r JOving Co. John Mullen -founder of the Colo. & Elevator Co, and descendants follow his example of civic generousity Halo fa'1lily, i veckbaur,h Family, etc. Dr. William Smedley -who established the first notable dental health care c .enter, and whose descedants continue to produce excellent dentists. Stephen Knight -who was a School lloard President, and whose descendants serve the banking community and other civic organizations today. And, numerous state, city and community leaders as well as scores of railroad men, lawyers, carpenters, store keepers, dress makers, clerks, saloon keepers and builders of early Denver. Because this data would be lost with me, I your patrons would like to have it kept in your collection. Dnvid J. Luebbers

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. page 3 The following alphabetical-:'list of ,:esidents of 9th Street is incomplete. Wives. children and in-laws are yet to be sources were incomplete and not always trwstworthy. I would estLmate the total number of residents prior to 1900 to be at 1,000 people. '* NOTE SpellinB of names may vary considerably from City Directory, titles to property. church records, clippings t 1880 Census, and obituary announcements. "Haimigan" is spelled 5 different ways. Addresses may vary depending on \'lhich sources are consulted. Ninth underwent three changes in svster.l. Before 1874. 9th Street was knO\Wll as "Cheyenne St:reet." In 1887, it from the "300 block" to the "1000 block" of 9th Street. See the mop. page 40. the City Directory is knO\'''ll to contain errors created by the printer iliid patron. of residency may vaEY. The City Directory probably was published data collected the previous summer & fall. Inferring too llIuch ruay be hazardous. of the City Directories can be questioned often enough to throw doubt on residents who are listed on 9th Street for a year only. If a person is listed at the same address two years in a row, then I am willing to accept it as fact. unless contrary evidence exists. Also. we must bear in mind that out-of-town folks. traveling salesmen, railroad men, etc., found it convenient to list their address as that of a or relative. It made mail delivery communications easier. you about possible errors should kepp you on your toes I For indepth information about a particular resident, see my writings. 1. "Self -Guided Tour in i_inth Street Gardens," THE GREEN TBtP.vi B. vol 34. p 11-22. Spring 1977. Denver llotanic Gardens magazine. 2. 300 pages of research notes were given to llistoric Denver. Inc 1976. 3. Direct'Qrv of Ninth Street !li!>inric Park, September 1976, 'vas given to ijistoric Denver.

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Mrs Ray J Adams. J.1 Alexander. Aur,ustus Allen. Emil Anderson. August John Sven Anderson, Benjamin F Andre, L Aust:gen, l 'eter Carl John L\lbert Babcock, John L D Eamber Joseph Jr t to'n/h i ...... ,"I ,', ;" J Banks, Fran1 { 1arlmv, John names, 11erbert L See page 3. '. 1008 9th : IP,99-1901 Silver :tatc lmiel Co. se8I!!stress. l';aul Stear" Cnrpet Cl eaning Co. 1032 9th 1900 339 9th lE"82 1067 9th painter, 1807-8. 1008 9th 1067 9th 348 9th 102Li 9th 1043 9th 10G7 9th .' ) : 32Y 9th 341 9th 1008 9th 1091 1890-10,01 1873 190Li-191S 18()G-7 maker. clerk. t : .1... Andertion. Ltifficult to trace. this "Fre(j L. /tndre, miner, 1898"1) bar!rf-'stDurallt owner; lat('-r, tire r rubber dealer. IX john "7ith the-oeDt, c3 sCAler, thp.n 2 \vith H :c;J. "!8S 8 \Ni tl1 ,\S5 l -robablc r elarl.ve of CD.rlos C. f;lt.coct, u envpr i{ubber 1 PS0. inspector, 0e:l\Ipr i..'r)od S _.0.; postClI clr-rk t 1<)01. father a hoth into years. \ .. ;a::; Cl. grocery clerk. 1901. /"') f t ," ...., I 18 8 1 engi:lc'?r. L.j<.:: in in 1881. 1897 1898.

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NAHE Backman, William 0 Bennet, Hiram P Charles H on Benn L. Bird, BenjaL"1in Blair. Ihomas \J I:lizabeth Lulu l".ar.gie Charles Blood. W 1'1rs Cora( 1) F. Bodie, Ezra" Blount. John A Bodine. Clark A BoutAwcl1 ..:ames L Bowels, rranklin D Bowler, Ulysses G "* Mrs. A Spe Note, page 3. ADDRSSS 10lll 9th 348 .9th 360 9th 1008 9th 339 9th 348' 9th 1032 9t11 1061 9th 1008 9th 1009 9th 360 9th 343 9th 1061 9th 357 9th / 0'2,"\ 91J 1391-7 1876 lE86 1397 1 8 79-81 I fS4-6 1887-3 1900 lU)/. : lQ ... .., ...,01 1886 1275 18S7 If!86 I e 87 :1:.iuS car-jJ8nter, lie had r.rocery businE'ss 'with Fratk lihe(21er :!)ec}c.llan & Co.). of Hred wand. 'CIErencc P both c(!lcynte t(" uS etc. l' Jr \';(-15 noted lawyer. r:S \oJiJS ; Lennt:?t. ,,,: [. I!!illine iJcd t-:i5 mm business. cutter for severpl (Bird & ':i:een) Iliad-=.' s. Lrs Em.ma rird a rel:lt1ve1 m.; List in 1 33 0 Ccnsuc at this adJresc. lril SLlr,=r, jiavis odds. :::ec Iti: ; Davi B .. ); )Ienv'r City IBc)B-ICJG(;. (-:otoman. "rramvny Co, 1901-2. Consolidated Elp. Co. helper, ITI;}chinist. \<62\ c. '.l(.) \ \\ ... clerk. It;80; 1t-79:l\salesfi'Cln, 1899. w'ltcman, 1901 Is this "Col. Jim L. hesearch neededll t 87$s. IQh..;t:;... .. rr!1:achinist, then dallack [.. Howat-c. planing &. lumber [.vans & Littlefield. confectioners. Noah Evans E.. Littlefield. See

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NANF. Dradbury, Bradley, Joseph Brady, James Branst'on, Mary A Br1.dr,e, Hrs E. Y Brownell, Reuben Burbank' Lyman L Burchard. Charles rl Burke, Catherlr.e Charles H Bush, F ByrnE', Joseph H Jas F. Susan John n i-:illiarn Thoflla8 Jas E Cain, Cain. ; .. ill1.am v Calkins, i;illiam H See Note. n2r>-p 'L .. PEOPLE l.JA' T E 10 '61 9t:h .. 1893 1033 9th 1008 9th 1892 1041 9th 1096-9 343 9th 1 C)th 187L: 3/,1 9th 1880 1067 9th 1899 3 /11. 9th 9th 1887 333 9th 1885-6 1061 9th 18t!1 359 9th 18 8 0 345 9th ] 8 2 4 343 9th IP76 341 9th page 6 CCJt.1H I.NTS horse !;hoer, 1'.J. l'icLCiughlin, v("t. brakemctn, for zcvcral YCclrs, also, conductor. no address 1895-6. so hE' heve live:rJ r't 1033 9th. ? Listed as 1'1iss" and U;': !rs. to lake your pick. Is thiG also :.rs EsthGr C. LricJrc"? .. I firr.\an, thru 1ClOl+. r ;('lotive of Le\vis l rch d'-i 1 r "Gl"l' '..' a ':) h""? ..... u ar renan, ... '. or nnn 6 .urc ar""i la\\,'y,,:r, ; : cGrp.r,or & [;urton. with other thru 1901+. '* Atlantic Gardens. 1. tb Chap:uan s Ticket .'.[' .pncy, 1898. City Dir. stOHS hi':l to be a carver thru lists his In 1899, James ..::. WRS \ 'lith Colo. Co. Same peI"son7 gardner. CarplCenter in 1875 and 18. "-;ce ':ilkin." C.R. LJavis. Err-or in City iJir.

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Nt-HE CaYle. Lewis Capps. r;. F l'1yrtle E. Cavanaugh, Feter T Charles Chandler, henry C Chapman, T. Henry Church, Jw;re. Lucinda Clai.r, Jqhn Clark, Miss Lotta \ Louil') \-j Cl?rk, R Cluyton. Thomas 5 Cliff, Elhridge C {II PEOPLE DIHECTO]{ Y ADDR E SS : 345 9th 9t.h 1043 9th 1043 9th 1033 9tfl 335 9th 329 9th 3SC 9th 1024 9th 1 808 lr,: H 1 fS4 18 8 0 1009 9th 346 9th 1 8 : : : 1 corner of 1(">-" 9th &. (" ii.,il ... o,. Cvr1-\S 1040 (}th 1 895 ..... f .. }'n .' .' PSI? clerk. in clothtny. store, finally working into higher position. Also as -Lew" and -!.ouis.-n o occut:oti.on liste d for her. Cculd h e i':rs Demmie r. B.C. Con e s E Co dry (!(Jocs. Cl!?l 'k, The 1hree dry roods. as ; ;i85" 3Ilc! !"'l'!rs." C apos & lef t lO!. 3 a n d i nrC' same house i:1 1902. \ .. hat is the relation:'-hip? br;:::.kt!lf liln, tlau 1901+. i'rob:1bl(> r elative of .\ Tho!",3.S John A p.?t tf-rn with Chambers & Co. r "z:' anK T 1 !iiyn ard \ m S L 2.:;.'r10S mc:rl.:; patterns. \ I so. we.s with v::nv r : r 1 A.ttern & : oon.l i\'orks, the L d 1 891. <.!s l.l. mal:f?r. l :oile r mal<.e:-. "'it h Ua\' i s 5 Denver Iron C.;lrp::n t er n:othcr-indla\J. 18BO C enst;s. G1.ty .uirE:ct.ory .. m achinist music c nr;ineer, thnl I P (:'S+. :': 0rg;mizer of Sur. : l a y scbool ;'!sFoociared tvith HrullCli1Uel Ch apel cons :rue! ion. Venvcr hatterr Denver l ire Chief, Llack of pioneer family fu=niture, machinery & safe Cliff & Cave. Then, .. Transfer & Storag e Co, 1901, a noted Lcnver ftrrn. nplative o f :fl \

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. Cole, Albert J :-irs Ethel Cole, Henry, Queen V. J (son) Cole. Lydon Collier, Joseph Cooper, Charles !! Cory f Shprman PEOPLE '\mmrs ,'-; ('0' -I' 1020 9th 1G96-1900 Pres., F .'Jr."'olls ; 'at?r ':arks, irr'i,:ation Also. \It-or1,,ostrrn Dept. Connect'u \vitr. 1tthnr'raphers, \::ith l-n:'shit-nr. Collier & I tn 1 fC) 2, S'-:1f'lf" rJr1d rPss "'ith Collier Lithorrnphic fi m rt?-n.3r:..p.; ttt ioneer Li Co. bookkeE'Y"t".]r. no not cnnfw:;e Hi th "Chsrles A F., il., or Coorpr." carpenter. Costello, HAry K 1120 9th .:>ee nt'J{ t try. ie J Costello, Thot'!!a:.; S Cox, Jesse Cox, Jr,hn 4-l:rs Sarah C Crandall, Evan 'If See Note, par,e 3. 1032 C)th 1120 9th 345 9th IOOR 9th 360 9th 1881 laborer. In 1891, Costpllo"s listed in thr City iJi rct"(H-Y. iho!'1& s \Vas d railroc;d ager..t in 11390, then ;l boo!:I.ta.:?p.-.r in 1'91. 18';.7-1')13 C[.. l:G,;\ : C:010. & So. RI?, 1<)01+. lR80 CenSl1S pll1cc.s him in 360 9th.

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NAME Crane; Adelbert A Del AnDRESS 345 9th 1378 Crowl. Edward 1024 : : 139.1 Cru!lb. Mrs t... J. Peter D Daniel G John Curtice, t 1"!rs S. Jtmnie Cushing. Mrs Olivia Davies, Susarmah Davis, Cha!"lcs Roger ; :rs Betsey J Annie Kate 329 9th 339 9th 360 9rh 348 9th 1003 9th 1043 9th 1015 9th Sly cor. Cheyenne /"" at 7th/ ...... 330 9th 1068 9th Davis, francis M 348 9th Davis, Dav1.s. ;lrs Cora Bemis (l'-A) (son) Frrullt E 3ill 9th Perry A 1033 9th Dernehl, \'Ji1l 329 9th 1881 1879 1881 :i871-Lj 1889 1889-90 1888 IP.73 1880-1 1381 1896 1883 clerk clerk. P.. I Seli.:., Li ttl(=> J.lOh7aro t-':ininr Co. Crowl was Treas. '.Jf f'!'!inine firm in .A. r el.ntive1 nurse ex pres S1:1 Cln :i rins[fIi."[h. be sp'2llccl 'Curran.") Assessor. pioneer. cle::-k. r ishel hros .::.. I vise. ury .. clerk in 189C at ilanclerfi Dry Goods. Is tr.is "!':rs "llie Cushinr.-1 for2iilan, CooperslDi.th. ttns!!'ith with the rlrl.lfl throur.h 1900+. ; 'bted [;EIlvc:r riller \mCl ca: '"E' fe'ln$ylvania with in uno, this house and re-building loc
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.People" NAHE ADDRESS 'Qlli; Dibble, Horace N 1033 9th 1891 barkeepe%:*, 1889-91. Saloon keeper. Expressman, 1892-.1901+. See IIlienry Srr.1th." Dolan. !-!aurice C 1056 9th 1902-6 Colorado i"lillinr. & ::::levDtor Co, \dth J l( i':ullen. t-lrs (wife) Miss (dauf?,hter) Julia (OConnell) was si.ster of FDt Dolman, Julius Dove, James 0 Charles U. Draper, tv'.rs K s. \\'illiam D. Duffy. M Duffy, t-:ichael Duffy. 1homas P I '-Dunbar, James Dunwvoay. Isaac Z Edbrooke, Frank E See 3. 339 9th 1886 10319th 1800 1120 9th 1891 1067 9th 1899 360 9th 1880 1061 9th 1J89 1061 9th 1[;39 1061 9th 1889 1061 9th 1889 1033 9th moulder iron fi!oulder, J,'.t i moulder. See "CostelloN Sxr 0 Bddrrss. Jnarble cutter tca!.lstcr. Lunbar below. expresSIIlim, lL:!tcr. th .i iiul fy, ravine van. .' ... ).1., furniture' s r-:ov1ng Van Co, l;uffy's saloon in 18\)1. lhen, 1892-5 with Illovi.nr vans See L.unbar belo\-:. VV\t/ e.c. stune cLltter, !lnyes & In 1891, i l\.mb'1r and Jones hact a fM;; & steam bUbinebs. In 1890. Duffy!>, uunba.r, Fruin, r;!ovcd to Tremont St. addree;s togctl.cr. K01ationship1 thru It)Ol+, startinp, with T .1-;. Davis. 1B91-2. a PC1ttp.rrlJ:laker for and L.H. Heynolds. Hi 5 m n fim: of Dumo1oody D B.ristoil in 1895. a but ::lrchitcct of Uundle !louse renovation. circa 1885. I 'mted venver architect.

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I Edp,ar. Robert F ':rs i\nna Eean. i-1ichael PU:OPLE UII!ECTORY ADDP.ESS 346"9th 1320 351 9th 1884 Elms. James C Miss Evans. James Porter Fancher. Frank (lY?) Fay. l-'innie Fisher, Toner J Fowl8r, Su.nuel L Froehlich, Charles Fruin. Frank (;"'b; CI..,.....L... r, Gardner, Jeremiah l"lary D Alice H Gardner. ,william M 351 9th 367 9th 1033 9th 347 9th 1040 9th 1R32 IBE3-4 18<)0 1898 347 9th 1043 7th 1327 1256 s. 10th lSC8 1008 9th 1061 9th :J 47 347 9th 1033 9th 1027 9th 1033 9th 347 9th 347 C)th 1033 9th 1 889 lU87-9 1 [:90-6 lE-)3-1:;02 1874-81 1383 1887 page 11 mason. Listed in the U:SO Census. r hi rl -{,'" ,... E ,..-r I men s nr, l-.c : ... nm.-y c I :,fan .:;,Ef? nC By 1900. the cloth! Lll", brGil1ches 1n Denver. Nct a resi':ent. but a to Lmnlvnu01 Episcopal Chapel fund, in honor of dnu?:);ter ili,n,a. 1876. '" clrk, s office, :::xprcBs Co. audl.tor. L;LtW [xpres6, 1['94. .c .... udl tor. Colo. Iron 189E. car builder, r41inter, If,94P'! teachEr. i School. latt:.'. r..c..v-.,/ carpenter, contractor, ** Luilt 1033 q1 h then huilt 1027 9th for <.iall.c'J:ter & Nevin after iD8U l ,;edding. did i :ife alonr. with, fireman, engineer, .\1 SO, hl' was a biltchflt'l \-llltch dc:aV:r. plu"Jber. i-ie aI'lp enrs sporatically 1n t"he City

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PEOPLE --------------------par,e 12 NAME Germain, J Genter. lfur.o Geyer, Nel vin G1bs(\n, Mrs Frances A Gibson, Hrs Hay Gickcor, Le Roy Gilman, Charles S Nr.s Nellie 'r Maud 1032 9th 1061 9th 1033 9th 1033 9th 1067 9th 1061 357 9th Qth 3';7 9th 1894-1902 grnin dealer, i .C. Co, cany years. 1901-2 1902 1894-5 18RO 1320 1881 clothi.ng fim .. c=rpenter. 18e9-91. for years. proprlator, The l::.::rl. lJOal "ding house, 189lf+. soap .sOLlP Co., for,several Yf !drs. Ltw:;d vit:b Githens in 1893. (;en&us. iiirec:rory. Ci ty Dil:cctory. i{c.!.lroad f.cf;1ght a i,ent. Could be Githens, Joseph Albprl Jr. 1061 Geyserit:e Soap !klper. 1'.SP Balcom Hfr \gcncy Co. Clerk, t Com. Gcnzale.z, Ramon 1020 9th Carolin<: Ramon Jr P-dlph L. Gouider. i":obert: 1.4 Graf, John Graff, Louis F Granrer. Clarence A <.irant, V Grlebling, John John Harry Nrs Mary Leop 1024 9th 1041 9th 1003 '1th 336 9th 1008 9th 1041 9th 1801 1902-3 Joe Githens Sr was in soan cl!sin!;.ss. teo. See Gicker _. 'T. : w':" Ieole OV2r 'tht::! Smedlf!Y rlou.5e "nd turned part of it int Casa by r -lid-195Cs. but 5tl'lrted making good Mexican food by 19LiS. .. deputy sheriff for 3cveral years. (Graff). !8c::n-1S02 stene cuttt:r for years. See 4tCrQff. 1884 1893 machinist 1902-38 *' furniturE.: &. maker, repa1.rmnn &. salesman.

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, Grimes, ED. (Idf"l) Mrs Hach:l Groff. Lolli' s GrOUeST!lan, Albprt B 8t:, ':::rnest (S:):15) Harry. Frc:m1.t Guilford, :\.:1 Huchten. Joh n 1 !iai.nes. A[lrcn S (r"n J.. 1 ... ,..., ..... ,.,"" .u._J t-1arrison. Nathan 1 Jost;!')h W i":rs J Ber.!horn. Isaac P.artn1ru1, Joseph -Ie 1015 9t:o 1067 9t.h 900-916 t:urtis 336 9th 100 9 9th 1003 9th 1067 9th ne cor?>-Cheyenne; at 8th 361 (ith 345 9th 9th 347 9th IdBg 361 9th 1067 9th i)l\l .... 190[j -2L lE 3 3 1905 18(\8 1873 1874-6 !8t2 1878 18R9 pat',e 13 junk l'hill'\.p ::ilstei.n's uncle Earn c1.n frontier. !iel;:'l(?c E'st. Sher::rith Israel wit h <"!t Chapel. Graff" ;;elped bey '!'JY1'.f.lP'.l'.-1 ChapF' l for USG by his ol-tbo(0X je\d.sh cCl1f;rc : :ation. iiouse. t"hn p'1oveu it to :-oo:r. for his [.:;rocery store. aftPr \ ,-.I. ; ',ift' ))elle k8pt it til 1965. lived upstairs dbo\' c the corne r grocery store. IE. t tcr c Drrir.r for i 0 5 t Offtc.:e. Cr'lrl:JLnter 'Illis fr.:!y I J e r.:n i n City Dire-ctory '* :_, h bOU1:hr the from T .s. ,I\ndp.rson, then rJarr.ieG t :i.t2breck 13n-;r. I :er na!'1G could be s p(:11E:d i:annie:an, j ann,::,r;an, i":D.!Iiran. r.;y not'2s at 1;[; fat:' f'.lr-.::her c 1 ( : ,rk "ud i ,":C'r. Evans s 1 '* rea l .. tcSt(" &. L0vpl<:ice &. Co. was a too. musi.c teacher.

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" E ArthurC \\"111 i?m H Haude, Charles ncrhert, t:iss Nora J:..\'c(S 13 rli 19st. : lichael ilcrs9!,hnc:>.r, Jacob G Hil1berg, C.A. Ijockenberger, frank HollllP.S, A Holmes, John ',',' Holloway, Charles G I 'll'S [ mI:l a C Gcyl0l'(i JuJson Ji ")11bur t..; Sec i:ote, paf";e J. A ODRESS 100S 9 'th .,' 1033 9th lE90 1033 lith If::') 1056 9th IF91 ( 1031 9 ti1 IF.:91-4 1008 9th lSI)?' 10G7 9th 1 2:'8 351 9th 128G /0::;' 3 1 e e 78 1003 9th ll1S Chevl7'llne 1 r-3 htw 7th [ (,t-! ; I 332 9th l E7/; 7:1J 1I14!j .s. I! t h 1[;<;0-7 i gl)t ,p'rncers. Ii.rthur cW":1ed ""... C. UnSSC!!1 L Co, but was a ca:-pentC-T:" l:efore t. Esfter 120':. T.7as v-lith D.A. ia5sal1 -lwl L : Co, 18()7. lll.lt FI carpenter with Lef :oy :.rs. forc:.lfl j. I ,,3Vj S, -;:i::!:k CO: 11 r<,ctcr I ::,")T F .l. I is thi.s c.n E'rror in the City j : 5.r<.=:ctm: y: 1 oem t!1ru of carpenter.. ..:arl '.. 2nci C1311:; : ill t > -r: : (:'ribim .. 't PR k.,:rs, B ro!::. \:2S i.'itt ;\1: or ;.; rtr:':-:1fJn and (":D!i.nc:c r \vitj-j :.frsr i rr> .! ;' 8 E .ch!mist, .. ,. .... i 1 ..., (' ..... ).. ( .. -:...;"i. .. : .A1(11 cn:-ln'-:<:r. n (. ,,' ( l"Ol.':-r ('n: 'l.neer. : c :'j') .. ". !Vlre: I c l -",}! .. -r,.. ..... r ,'cre --..;, ,.,.. :! I ..... ;:) '... c-. A .. "' u t ". ..,' 1 i en ".:<15 an f:l,ry.in0.(.:r. L.L; 19q:-:; ror .. :e:latives1 [ ri. c1<.lLlycr. is nrc b:l 1 a r i,r r :'(.: 1 aLi \ : ".: j jolr.les -:r'r c rrc r in (:1. ty l: i.rec! o;-ir!:). YOI1 i:i .::lY ,-, th:"s c :nrry. Chc:rlc.:s W,l::> rt \-:ith ... ::::y ';rocer f1m, l),-:.c ;,l:. :.:e ;/cr. : rs 1.:; ;1.. ven no occupation. L i ;! ylord \ : i tL tile Colo. II ':"'nt I f Co. Judson \ ':i-i!. H clerk j or' d '.1rlbut Crov>ry (,0, lE9 51 salest;!an. J uold LO, thl!l :ith l;ollo" .. c::y Lros for 2 \-I[A5 <) Crocer, thE-'n j C11 :!cd ; ;ollm.'ay l ... ros. ':.-t::n JUGnc:l. r C :0110\;(':)' is probah10 ,lle n l (C;trpEntrr), c. .. ylorrl. (ril.::ttr0.S8 s"kcr) and .J Judson \-.f're rcl."?tivr,.;. t-r. n

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, . Holze;:-. riiss Lizzie G .Louis H Mi 55 ( ."" t J,' ) ,mrgare Mrs Hergaret !1iss CJer'trtlde ; ;\'i 11 tam J Honnet', Frederick dood E llousley, Joseph i!unter, Ida h j "lrs C.:!orr:e 0 Geor;::e L Jones, IhOClas l{ Juli311, John Jr. Alexandcr ; 1 John Kalina, 1 rank Kal ins1(y, Jose ph J Kane, tv:i.ss I ;ary Katz, Solomon See 1 PEOPL'E DlkECTOlS ADDP-ESS .. 1009 9th 1003 9th 1897 336 9th 1089 9th 1 1003 9th 1 ('9S-1')()] 345 9th 1056 9th lOl.j3 9th 1061 9th 11:100 f)th r; .. ) 1051 11th H ) 3 7 P)OO 3l.8 9th I B71 1003 9th 1&88 \.i.:lS a clerk D;.mif'1 s [, : i:::.h c r as ilGre ('...,r,.. ... r E t ) and \ :1"'C' l:' .:.l ... ) ... ,t;,\"'- ... t 1 .4. Co i. _v '"' -l .....\....-.... ,;as n r:roc,'?::y i.n \ JiT1C r in 1899. !!c-. 1DPr at Colo. ... ;';;0. m : in 19;}C. th'':1 2 clerk in IflJt_L/ ; : ':-5 :'JarA,'":rcts ccctln,-:::ric:: not listed. :111 iGr:l J :1 in 1 f!07 bet l,)l > r l"Jnker for 1')01-4. (boot::> ::, shoes) !'i:.\!'::.-l 'c;:n : :(:r:'. .:!Xf'rt!:; before thC'n ida 'iA:u!i;.cd ill bincc'ry of th(": .. Cl':-> job l-'rintl.nt Co forplc.dy Cl;C J ; : ,lly's Li:ld:.:ry. G8orr.e \ S a l; ;borc:r ,me1 Cl L iJ tl,en for : c 1ltGI' Co, Jr prub bly ilt lJI)lCn 1 his fathe -; .. .:1 !1?f)2-5, t hpT1 IF.(.l7. ,:.lex \0''::5 a lE:c4, lhc-f' t.:nion :JVpot, driver, i-co!"les 0il in n n:2. t 'ror.::b l..-. r:-Litiv,:':s C.r:3rL: s ;, JulL', n ( r ,i::Jchinisi). -,lab fr:I y c ,-: a n d p",rtner ii!>",t'\ 3c\'cr,,1 barlJ .... r i'i.rns. 3CrV4int \ .itll Curti.ce. J: (j0nt know hc\; s h e sta Yf.;d. bUGiness

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Keefe. }-lichael. Kelleher, Mary 1-1155 L Kimball. Charles 0 Kindel, GE'oree J .t\ 1008 9th 1056 9th 357 ()r.b 31.7 9th 10J3 9th 1027 'lth 1033 0th 351) 9th Ktngsbury. lltrlaI!i b 1027 9th KI cs son, Bertha !-irs CArolina 1008 <)th Kni;1 .ht' Stephen 353 CJth Annie Kate (!:lavis) Stepehn J (son) -Davis (son)1015 9th t.velyn r :och t Trancis Koch, frank (J) K.oop. A(larn Kuner, A. Jr. .' / () 329 9tl1 lO()l1 Dth 10C39th 1020 9th 346 9th 13 0 9 2 1[:[':4 1874-::. 6 If! S 7-tJ lW JO.e 18[, S 5 1::'97 102. 6 1 ?IH-2 l :, S 3 ...... ,il in in 'C'G i tot:' f TrD C' .:::.L...:.H lllJ...::::..!:J.. 8 1 ('. 1 it r,r, also 3 iron -:.: rtoulc:0.:r.-. "hy llh1 J1(:, 1;1l)\'(' Lwk und forth 1'..0'; i.O'lSC:: to .,evi.n :'7"lc:lbn,: .;-.l.::;() 1:r' i1c \mo ::n i nn: r"'!Ju: d ci t it! 1 GC';-.l "Icti vi !... :.. fr: o f i,u01, l.Jtl2r, he in the C H ''';')'t clc2.nilli of 11i6 m:n. 'rl l (J'i) h,:;. f, ."tl r;"' ,c'" r 'ol,l 'lY'"" t S r iron 'J (I l,\ I.". \;.,.I0'_.:'")' ... J J_I;:}, .. 4. lJe j '.lillpr, r.";;;.bl-r of the cf Library ''::8:::;::issi::m, i 'Joted ci 't'i c ] Chj I d r r n [. \\'1' I"P very cct.i.ve ctt'i(. ... -tlSC v.:.,': 3 rift from }::n::.).:' '-;""1S 'f.lrdcn (If O1apel. bir!jr:!"y, .:tEl enr>rr!vcr \\'ith (:r,11i0 r r.. C IC';:v 'lan ; (l<"!Lcr c.-.ll-j fiuDO"_T Litho Co), for j ricc. r J ., "I (-n l 'i'; ; C. .:ar. JrE.sidcnt c'l J.c. l : ur!C'r l;.. ...;on Co Clf.: .. Jr :!s .Sec./'i.re:.;s .)r tr.r IR E ;t,. !:ud:;r lived ;.1t 9th. 10_ sold pick] es then e.xnanded. f nt' ,.

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John Larsr:n. !ians Layburn. ::;tephe-n Ler:>, ,: s. Lp.irJlhoum. St2flhcn t Ira 11 ';tephcn L inc! r I;' :mn. I i i s s Elm'" i1 Lip5CO::1b. Thomas i': A j., iss Francu) Lozey. : i lliar.1 iJ Lyden, CoIf"; Lydon, Coleman ,:\ 1009 9th 1009 ''ltil: : ,', 341 C)tn 1043 10.6 J 0th lOtlJ 9th 3Jfl 9th 350 0th 103? 350 11th 357 9th 9th 1020 C)th '3299th 10ftO 9th lOlJO 9th '\ ...... LJ: : 18'n l,:: qr.. v H.;r 1 lEc:4-(, l r 1 2 ; 2. 1:1 : : 0 IFF:? 1 ... 1rl.:' '-. L '(J5 1 f : 0 v : .ri r) or: of r,0:'10:. I lf" l ?!' \ .. C ; : r:, '.;c s t in h'11' h ._sc:: r Poop i n',; \ ( l 'ui I. l i 11 in '--or Litrr. 1 :"" IIJ r t ',litt'. lwop t n on, 1 : Jsinc:s:", I S811l11'1 y'orJur n," :;U":,!:: L;, .,..-bo' .lrn." ", t r i L j : .hhoun1. lif)sC'o! b r 1 i rsr Of.i'-, In'''-ycrs. L1P"CUI : o r \ .. : L : y r i.n .-":r : v : r' thrll : : J! ',;" :!:". Confect ion,r'ry I / n rlf., 1 3 -1 () tl4 c( JIcrr!c.. JO!l'l is rt"porteQ to livE:-' ;f i.c :(;ir o ( lG2C .... r h f (!urinr thi::; ... l.th I "t.m: ..... ry". "l.. :)".n-ey "Lowry." 1>;87-90

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"' ; t t .' Lynch, Fdt\'aro C Jchn (;:'ic<1rcy, Jesse B j.-aIr" s t ront ,\U,"lSt: : ljrid pet t' Liss Flizi!beth L ; i :m n?. I i < iss t' l inniC:' C J.:horNls J f'.es !,'atric:k iss : 1iss Lizzif' G Cornelius J?filf'S J john G c :. i iolcher. ;i irs t iary .\ 339 9th. 1051 9th 1008 9t' h 1061 9 t h .: 1023 <) t!l 1003 9th lU09 9th 347 t')rh 351 9th 1009 9th 1061 1067 9th 1040 9th \) :--: 12-1 1 :;C)L 1 :>'<) 1 le':6 i 7 ::. 1 l r p!; 1 1.'3 :39 1;;)1 1 ::;:) (J 13 /13 1IOllof. Y 9th 1 1 __ ---------p l. I c e 1 barl)r;r.s -:.: JC!jD i s 1 i:;t C ( 1 ::It 105 1 i n r::; 3 on1y b locks' d i L l.' L .;'; c:: pol j C:" : .1:.m. C. :1lay t r lli3 son, :lulca hi[; I ire. vdrif ty o f c)r':CU;Jutio;}s lrJr l ;.s thf? 'lm:e'l (.0 (sc'. R .. y :J!>ove), dr;:ss l!oldc n ;jrlc; etc. n;:d : < n ;.il V ( r r :li.lt 'J:' .:211. :::nr! i n 1:-'10. trJ ,"{Ion:.' \ F l th ruj n, urni tuY."c t 1 Eqa ":erwcr Co. miG'.-Jif (; i :unbnr

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" N .M"IE i-1errill, 1'1iss Merrill, Georr:p. 1-; Nessenger, j lrs Clnr.J. l-1iller, t.ustin P I 'tiller, John n n, Joseph T Kate ( H G.) John 1 .. tam Anthony Lucius L M : hosher, Isaac Fr:mk W )noz H naee 3. f, : \ tJDHL:;S 347 9th 1008 9th 3(,0 9th l1C Chn7l'!lCl 0 1 9th 35C) 9th 339 9th 333 9th 1061 9th 333 9th 1061 9th 3t l l 9th 348 1.Qth 1003 9th 3 6 0 9th <)t,.' 347 9 th 345 9th 1032 9th liili 18 8 5 lRRO-l 18 8 1 IG()2 18t'S f1G 18c7 1 825-0 1887 18:12 1 3 78-'1 ( .... / 12f:.O 18 2 1 1890 teacher, btlli<1rd h ell [ lille r & ['!itch!"'ll, harchJcrp., stOV(,'G [. rilHvare. 'Ij) is is rhe corner house a t Illa l tl : ilC; "Baines." boo!:: birlCJ cr, l J istlcr. C .oul d lJe illr.ian." Jcu,::!!t:::r, 1888-1\)00+, l :ith i ... "chrll;. Plp3se note th()r "333 = 1061 9th" .so, is "335 C!th" t r,() t <:lr.j I.:eks occllpif'd? for Joe is for Inhorr;r. In 1 621. a tinsmith, 1 : o ri<:ed for T. S ndct"!';on, too. Callier & l'uliCe! H Bfl, l U J7. PI.lblisr..:>r, :i':..:S1.C p uLli.s hl?r. too. fu!lIL:,hc-r Hr. tr:J:-lC' Deputy S tClt"A L::b'''l r Co",nlissioner bloorlY n 'in1.nl' strike:. 1 .nthony was a .ilDk,-:r, -..rns R CrBIll()ti ;:l1ld c '1r:curiont5t. 100)' anri InE'z to othe r q 1 1vrtcrs in by';jilliaP.l. .. 'c John ; .. ar(' C'1r.d 'rs 'oor;,:-hi!: parents. John : >.co r e t!iE. brot.her. OOTE L Iron Co \ :fif. thGir Ellterprise i:1 .. :C:1iv er. Cf:ns\lf:., 1 i st::; 3t 3!.:.7 9th. Ci ty L :ircctQry listt> hu,: at 3 l.S <)th.

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.. .. ... ... : 4 4 'I." John K Dennis 341 : 9th ':: 339 9 t h 1-875 77 '. .,'. : ...... Nevin, Samuel F in 11 ia'll C j lrs 1 ice Jan.n S (G) L i \ : G. Gcor0e .0, :'!elscn, John 357 (Gardner) 3LI 9 1027 ')th 9th 9th 1023 9th lC08 9th i-.'icho C'hDrles C Ie33 9th f J47 11th :ttif' C)th :.: .. >')1 ,0 r-lrs 329 9ih Park'?r, ve10s Of 10G7 9th Parker, Thomas l' cor. C)tha & Curtis 1 89 1 1S38 H : 7 4 5 10,76 (C76 1:':::.:.4 If:<)2 par,e' 19 :;otE'. d !;env(' r citizen o:ho 'built a )arrp. & elevator Colorarlo Lilli n!'; &.. Co. fJennis, Den nis '0:., L r s ( V ConnEll) Lullcn. !irs rat sisiter of t'rs ;.ol:m l1ml r clrttives. Pat d 'id not Ij vc on 0th ::isioric r.!!r', Julm was a c::s v,'pr(> his e i au::.h1 <2'I:s' ?nrJ do?scendClnts, :;t. Cajc>t:,:m'!> Ch ircb C' LC:';:Jlity, built on land rried .\lic0 (;; JrrlIKl" tn cr I m /,O. Gardner probahly buLl t rr:i s bric1<. [or Nevin was into stor e fi:: t u r0S .s. j ',c'vin '..,t("lre Fixture CC'. th,j fir:,t l:lrp;e \i101esalc C3!'ldy 1:1 Cc,lor;F!o : ; C :';CVi:l L.o. (rill. John L ,\uolr h livcd <::.t '3::7 lith in lU83 oJ<: I nborcr. tr[lCVrr:1n l 'i1Y C':"hlc T.!':; r l ; .-:!.:I"!l j:mitor, 180c, j (' ('IT)les .;;i:111 ts['r, etc 1 S ;',rs : .... t:,": l lrotbt:T of L \ .i:-ridr:-:.:-? cl ,....r' .. r r .. ( '" l Y"OC C J::: .c. l auncl""''''''''n :', / ..... t. ...... 1 01 r J1' '/

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1 .'" \ ... -. 0 C h.t:l--Y les l'earce, n t .. r'crson, i'is:; t:ertine John George l 'hillips. Julius i,lhill ips, Pierce, l 'rank J : i1 11 iar.1 I 'illp., Conrac Gporr. e J i :rl?de ri.c!c ; iss !";Ju11ne V f1ne 1 rank flatfoot, Albert J joseph J I i 111 !Lon F Gus A 345 9th 1033 9th lOG7 9th 100 8 9th 1009 qrh 1056 9th 1050 3th 336 9th 1056 9th 1067 9th 1009 9th 1032 9th 356 f)rh 329 9t11 10u7 9rh Poquettc. ique 338 9th Spp 'otP. 3. lC7SIP9S:"7 1 1 1[:2') l. .. l[, n 1[37 (, lW'" 1 19 () q -1 <) 1/1 1604 II ............ .......... __ 2[1 cc: ',.,..: --cl\:r l:, .;. ;"'ichClf l ; .. Co., .... c : tinware. C?nnon' 5 p':..rson? ;;h.1."il..::r : -or Y(":(1r s Li \.;i tI": 1 : "1 for many i/Ot l .",] J ... .(A .... eutt0 r fer ,::2ny years, V 'itl! l':::yCS t, : 1 n o tE; t :r.rcr i" .. ,ity Lin:,'ctory. '..l:'ic i s tilt, .... .:>rnc r :,o w ;c th? t .. :m then 1 !'0\ / c:1 t o i.';, '(' f i : r l : i s [",rr:c" r.)' ,it ere. :'ll bl;rr '.::lS .::! l : l l-:' .C' c.J.rric.r, l : ecI.>'" \'., :IS .. 1 carrentl. J )r-' \ ..... c r ; tl" n r>1 l''''11U''' .. 1. ... 4..,.i ........ .'. l \...J _.' J .... ,u._ J ;illint:'ry (12Sl7) I illLu I1 i.rf'r;>an ar }-eopV: s :::nk t Id[ J Gun i;as r.: 1.'1'1 [. elf''VOl

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Putt. an, George Putz. ?-1 RaClbe, henry Raneorn, lJick Rash, r illiDm il. f:llw helper, ")C(lt .',::IJi!1" ,'>;-';)1'; (,:11];,:::-, "a!":-h & Cappl' liv .... ir! .;,...1 .. : :1::;1:. : it; l') C I ? .. ( : liats. L .jl; ) r for y,"-.::r::.:.. ;'. 1..1r,-y'(' I etc. Cltrl:. i;-. : !_ lC;, (""r,j r .('Ui)1"T/,. L'?on it:, rtrr' i '; c,. t--' L r::=;.: r tntry. 1 : :;;"\(;1:' '.J;:-.-!..:' (")': H"::08+. 1 : : ,-:-, .. :-,,;-.f): : J :>("\;'" l tf:
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Rider" Peter A Hrs Rebecca R1.x, F. H. Ro bert: B Henry Robertson, Donald 1": are t B u r n A Kate R John H Ror,ers, Charles L f.lrs Jennie Roe:ers. James A Roop, OscAr Hrs Cedelia Root, Georee H Edward Roth, Charles Louis A Roth, Margueri t e Rundle, 1 1tl1iam n Alice B 345 9th-, 345 9th 339 9th 350 9th 3 33 9th 336 9th 333 9th 348 9th 350 9th 1024 9th 351 9th 1023 9th 351 9th 329 9th 1 0 61 9th 1020 9th 337 9th 1059 9th Mrs Hary R (wife) \vm B Jr (son) Miss Maria S Rundle, B Jr 1023 9th 188 0 IP.81 1880 I S8 1 1 2 IP.84 1875 1 8 7 6 86 lES7-1';OO 1887-()O If:!82-3 lcf)O F iO!.-7 1807-1c l6 2 1910 page 22 1880 Census. leaIllstp.r. ot/:ydcr-. b 1 .. 1 nr) e r .. d 1 ',. 1 8 R O Census. o f 0illson. Ci t y U ir0c l 'ory. .. t, h 19r.C + C O flilllctor, ., ... I !:r, t ru ... '* (,scar c a]lle W f -St with L eybourn 1n t he 18608 looking for -;01d, huilt a qua rl'z mill in the r.'1ts but p.nded up CiS n st:oci<:. dCC'lll?r, )rn ll(:.,nver' s Yards c u rine t hE! ::pml1 .. sh / \H!E.'ricn n \ ar. ...>ce G..'1Hrch, Hoop 'I Ii.o thprin-1 CjW. j,c:up v.'BS in th8 1 iquor briefly eneineer, thru 19 0 1j. ... cl0.r k i.lro.::d. "/'" J C\1e18 r wlm f.epresentRtive. Louie was ;t bcrtenr10 r for ::illiCll" ueutsch thnl 1 898. ':'l :-!rs t.{u 0E' n Co l c.: was ill for IlInny years. tele:->;raph !:.upervisor, mininp, interests 1 St:ate f.e p rnsen1 Dti Vf"':; D(>nv"r t"21e co.; troibley lines, Colo. 1 (; Co. r L : lri'1 was C:I 'tlusic piano. Laborer, 1893. clerk, 1894-51 auditor. Colo. &

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Russell, Frank 9 CD) Ryan, John F Peter Saper, Hiss Annie DernhRrd :'lise Estelle J;.)cob E i'tosie G SchlAr,le, Daniel P Jacob rred Schulz. "l1ll1arn r ,1m F Jr. t.',rs Eveline Schwartz. Anton Harrison Frank Ron. Mrs t-iarY (1 ) Shep.tz, J. Oscar Shipe. Ech-1ard 0 345 9th 347 9th 1032 9th 1120 9th 345 (hh 1003 )th 1008 9th 1040 9th 329 9th lOllS C)th 1047 329 9th 1008 9th 1008 !ith 351 9th 1020 9th 347 9th 1040 9th 18B1 1882 1890 1880 1E97 1 891 1892 1884 1(;9 1 2 -1 l.) 8 5 18(2 18979 1881 1B99 1830 1896-7 P1l8e 23 )\' carpenter Eiser & Ryan. & "Dove-. Plany John .bor OperR House Vault, thnJ 130S+. !klati Vf' of j05oh Schlef'el. miner? & liaour & cif!;ars. Several i 'red listed in CitY !.;irectory. I i v o 1 i :';rf:>wcl.-Y. llluride' Lo. Sec./lreas. of Lionel C ) liquor & cirars. l SfA J,'urntllist. too. "Sctllleneman-. lJarbcr bra:ccmcn, concuctor. Could have lived at lC()8 9th fruffi tllru 1800. sure. .. l,,,,\.,j". cnr; l.nl.. er, Jc..h J.-., proLC!bly a nurS2 :'!rs Cole. See Roth, too. ... .. Found in the 1380 CensuD only Colorado Abstract Co

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,Cr .'. :.il.)i am ; oj"'S E V \:' j c 1 n r. :'.:.x i. rL, i r;ldc l til, .r 1 I ) j h n John J ; .r3 :;u.;an :.ntr:. nCil'0 3. 1020 9th ) 1033 9th lOOf. S t i 1 91h leDS th '}.l17 0th ?.Li 5 0th 329 flrh lOG7 9th 3117 1033 lfth 106 7 333 th 3GG C) t i i lO5(j t:lth 341 ()tl. 1 8 7L!-80 .'. lCr.''"l ..... ..J...I 1 c":-'8-1 r. .... .. i !)Df',e 24 Dr. returnr:d to }'bnnsylv:mia to Iilarry ; .ary lu1y 4, V ;72. bef or: : l'he .mecl1c-y L CILtS(). : 1 piOr.!:'fl:'!.n;!. t', 1K' \:88 .31 so t-res :.;chool tOArt.;. Ih2 firnt !., c til: :.cf:I1 born on 9th :.:.t., ,';:;13 bc.rn l h(" y :, '0\' .;'''; t rJ i \ :"';:>nvcr. : ./.1 i t :Lnd idn i cJn:1i=>pi;v ::, cory. 11 !:i tory. T h ( ; : :ons ,11 J.:'lwis t 'i [,)[). .", t r : I' ..... & : "" I 'I if, Ire n -. T .......... ;..:;ulc1 b(' t ,:, II too. ttl .: tJ' i\vr-:r C LtJ.

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. \,.c.( M : H Swan, \>7i 11 tam \!,. Chris John John U TaubSir" Lucy Miss Teichmann. heinhold Thayer, n Teten, :1ary ThofuElS, Edward C Olarles M Charles 1'1 ThClrene, .John Trn('y. t'lrE. Tri!,p, John \v (H) Tn cit. F 1ufts. Ch Arles ij. ilervey Lydia W Jr. See Note, page 3. AIlDRESS JJr ctt-' 103_ 9 'th '. 103'3 9th 356 9th 1008 346 9th 329 353 9th lGO.) 1061 9t:h 1008 9th 1020 9& 1009 9th 1010 9th 351 9th 1023 9th DATE 1889 18 8 1 1891 IBH3 pace 25 r-:1\ 1 c.......,il 'vi master rlechan1c. C. T&:-'tRR, mucl'ilist. 1887-8. letter carrier, PO, for sevrRl years. driver John ;'8S 3. I,.borer, "no so 'lflre the abovt? I (jenlan t "erJcher. Vinot l ;lock tieLool. l )rooable of ,t(t.mer. f:;aybe a n.::ice. circulutoI', C::>lorac!o ,JDur;-.pl; larc;r. the Lorold. 18tH c.=;shier. .J. clerlt, 1.;. TFt\JRr, 1890. 189t.. 1693-6 lR'll 1806 1889 18<16 1877-86 18t7-1CJOl rpcnrd of miss icten. E(lward \.Was a dr1. vcr lor Gcyolri tc $Ori!'l loo and a teamstar. tor s O,:le time. Char)(;u t..'flS bookkeeper, 1892, cnllE::ct:or. lU93, booh'keeJX:'r, 1596. iJo not confuse lIi th tj Thomas. Jr. was a teamste \;C::fi a relative'l Probably. ntRKcr. .\ncleraon abovC'. "Tnoren." l 'jiss io (. i :l tf"lf' ope!"Btor. Lived c::t tIle rear uf In20 9th. CO[1chriwn. :-.prp3sn1ar'., 1697. carpente 1 W)8. >;Luwcry" a how:. too. fireman. was tht! hook & ladder fire company, then. the stf:am-pouered Killed by street car .. mile v1.zi ting Ch-::yenne rNloeo. 1901. hervcy a tinsmith.

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Turner. ChArles T Veitch. .. ')11tam E \,ickrov. A :"'irs S Lucian J Franl{ j (SDn) GErtrudfl A : ;i65 AnDRESS ')2. '-1056 9th 1009 34t; 9th 1061 0th 3',6 1009 nth 1023 9th 31'9 se cor. 9th & Curti.s 329 9rh 10G1' C) th 9th 1003 9th DATE' I 11176-7 1573-[ : 1 1 1883 1599 ....te ins h;mk t':rs Cat:hf'ri.nt:> 1061 C)th Charles A rnmK Lorn te Tha.nas D 1 __ 1061 0th 903 .:>. I } tll 3/.5 9th lA')O 1 es O!ey:.nne IS73 9th 1874 II page 26 Sec );e .. chonttf.' enId lv, :1111inR COl Pres., 1::1 PeBO l"n,i t Co.; U .fe Insurnnee. Speical /\r, f :i'..t, i';utunl L i ff; Insurance Co. all the j c!'i S tv] t h !;. Y E <. r p t" !:'! C'H.l C\'t 'r 'j ""',"O_" 1 C il' r v :' $ \ :I.J' \':'.' "., .... 1'880 only. City li$tc l1i:f. us :1 en;!;ineer h .. rlH:!r. .r);! ,(11z, 1888, barbers. Lllclan a wi ndl "ill merchant, Lucimt wiJun't li!..lterl .'It 9th in 1897-8, but his \-lifa ; "nd d .ildrt.:n \.'{ ret .'c !'!',:,m}o: a s .. -itch:!L:n anc a cIerI,. B&MRR. Sru(1 8 :0!l:'5. KH the broker: is 335 S'oi7 : it to 10Gl S'th. Co. Is he rel?t.cr! to : rs L illi(' Lei .. r t l'robal':lly ;;iI1Lw1 :"'C\ltSC:1, st,3ypd in ll.qour busi.ness y p ;:,yU';." p lint r?)-, j ... ;, (;i v i.l VDr \.Ibo 1n 186!jf: vi.a :"C(;,I)flCf.". ;)f mvcr membAr 0 1 o f f. ... ucar.10n, f!'r'::-t!I.:-.n c-! painT 35 years. -= ,1.pp5relltly t not panner oi l.:ccl,ma n in erocery store. ne1lolsr:lper printer :u I .--,

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; Whi rebreck. George Charles Ii ,,711lson, Frank P Francis r Heir)' E 1. r-: ary r: Wilson. fark tv ill i F johti E Jot'.n M r.s t.h A jack Phyllis Wood t Hervey rlrs Jruncs H tirs A Hood s t James \\' George E. i:illiar.1 Is YOl.1ne, David (11) Younr,, Edward, (N) Young, ThONdS Hiss Kittie G Lillian Miss Kate "i l' 0 341 9th' 367 9th' 969 9th, 336 9th 33B 1050 9th 357 9th 1027 9th 360 9th 9t:h 1033 9th 1043 9th 351 9th 347 9th 1051 9th 1882 187B-9 1285 1 .SS7 !tailroaclman. 1977 page 27 'Mrs. Hannigan in 1881. nl1l1E'r, C. R. I:avisl :-..:xcelsior t-!il1s. 1880, t:.hen joined rnillz. lR85, he was mgr of l'cnver t'1i 11 in:, &. Cn. r 'nnrer of Excelsior 1887-1901+. See "Calk.in" for Dther spellins. liMl;RR. CanA
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DAVIS HCUSE H0U1ES HOUSe: \HLLSON neUSE HOU:'; l.iIHfCTORY J.,)// par,e 29 This 'puts the into thier home 1 n chronclo/?ical order as by the PEUl-Li:: 1ecnuRf: of the rwme am! numberinr, chanrea that occurrE:,d 1 have provi.ded equi house To make the effort to follow, each is assirned n;'\!l!e. Howcver.sof'"!' !:,0USCS .ere T"orn down and replacf.>d by neWf'r struct"urcs th0 old h 'illson l:nusp. nlCidp way for Dolan }!o\Jse. r.p.bber's old \mod house? thE n r F :rlac0d by Cr01l95!T1an'S modem corner storp., .?tco ':'nnt" hOUSf'R cJrt? no"," r,o n e replaced by lawns and r,ardms Curt"ice House, liollSC, f c te. T:owpvcr, don' t expect a perf ecr ntatch cnd 'vpry t irae 0 Thl? City :)irF'ctorl>s makp. just likA ':1 SC? 330 C)t.i1 &S 1(i63 ()i h C.K. Vav16, 1$373-1 902 332 9th : 10lme s 1874 336 9th s--1056 C)th If 7 \;1llson 876-80 C H op:e-rs 1?Rn-E2 000..-1 len? lini 1 ford 18E 3 Granger R l'hlilips 18S5-87 Stade 18R7 Kelleher lSer.-92 julian 1893-5 Turner 1 rccordr. shO\v it ,,;as under constnJction,1871. TIllS vill" s \i1l stands on th< : corne. r rod.)y. 1 could r incl no other of it prior \ 0 1900 the ll.3vis i mllily. Iii:? but It 1015 9th for Kn1Rht. I fihm," you tili.s of an error in (;1 ty ;Jirectory CIS a Horning. lh0 '.'olan l;OllSC, 1056 C)th t"eplecE"E! this housp at thr:-turn of thE" Cr>ntury.

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DOLAN HOUSE CENTENl\"IAL HOUSE CLAPJ( ilOUSE CVI:IICr.: HOUSE Dolan Cole Gilman &obert son Le\:is l'cquette L(i?,Rr Clark Tallssig ,';8hlert Lydon ,..;cLuskey Reir.ert 3chleeel Raabe Cliff iiolloway Shipe .i-isher Curtice !(ane trmmell i(oop Bennet: Collier lJav1.s Blood Stubbs 1056 9th 1902-06 338 9th = 1050 9th :%6 3!IB 187(,-79 1280 12 81 1831-1927 1282 9th a::: IR80 18k1 l?og:? 3f, IReS 1086-90 IH90 IB92 1893 1895 1-97 1896-1)7 1898 9th 9th ::. 1032 C)th le717'. (Curtice 1871 1874 1875 le76 1879 1880-81 1884-88 iRRO page 30 lhis Denver stands today. l1enry Cole r.:ay have built this brick house before joined the union in It still today. This house "Jas torn dO\f.n. rim.: rf"placed by lawns and & Kant! probcbly 1 i ",ed here I ;\llCh eC1rlier. too.) lhis house was torn down, now replaced by and garop.ns.

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CURTICE HOUSE liCU5i: Costello Dove P.yan l ii1gcr Lin cl E'!;; CUUl \:. ;\dcins Pille 18CJO IP90 18'90 1 i-!g(} 1\-00 31 (corn ; l 'orl1 nQ' .. making for 1.:1'. :1'. <1PC r.3r::( fl. --------------------------------l 350 Yth = 1 024 Lcybourn I;obert son LiP5cQ:!!b ChGrctl j n i -lr: r Cro-, :l l:!::x ':unsor:: 1[ : 7()!'JOO l ci7-8 1 1 [-,2D 1 8(",0, IPClS-<:') lC":7-R Ie,)l U :rJ1 lEJ 7 1 -1 C) 1 35:') 0t'h :.: 1 C 2r ; el.l'! E'Y C : \ ';anson ..::: i:icc: Ilcrbert Lcurcy Tracy 1uck Sexson H hath 11 1 1 2f. 7 H :: : 9 1 18' ,;u 18q,) 1904-07 1934-1073 (A-.m ers, j :i-:i:.: I t o l i.-:-::: r:; vil1:2 r i,2 t \t..'D!J Luill' for \ ) ( \ p nill It may !:.'tV : L.ll ..... : : r ii'I or 1875. __ ._-. --------------------old \ .... c,r] i 1 r by LT. ,:''' l cclc:'Y in 1 f: 7 ) ilC'l : 1 :.>(". r r.c. (.:.1 0:; ,o'y'
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;.:ooc! Crandall Dr2.p,'!r 'sororJl Curr,-:;n Part !l8::){' 'Y r :rs ')nith Anderson Brr:.dy I. ::-ol..'ill tell. I i:olr."les r Grant l;lount Dr i'l rlcarey nabSa:l Sp.erfosB Ee:'rnHs J:.lrJ (0X Klcs:lon r. ;. darns 1 R7S':8J 1B78-9 1880. 1890 188(I_B1 1 (:S(J 1 B8ll-90 IP.R3 1391 1 c,:) 1 .Lfl91 1 1i;92-93 1392-93 H ,9:? 1593 1.'19 /i L394 1 p,<) 5 If.95-1S'QO 1807 lhf, t <.; r.ow r,cnp by !;urdcnfJ thE' l :ouse to t nE ., t.rE>C: t r.orncT.

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9th = 10(,7 Ji:.h l ., ::':):-1'; ci O n L. 1 rd I:.. V C irh 1 i 0rce l u v;;, 1(. L 'l [: S 1 :? .. 2 I d23 1 1 P..2:'; / Q,t .... I 1 )iBLJ lE;C<,l i \'0 I 1 .1. to l 1 ['9 1 l 1 .1 !;>1'-1 1 1 : 1 1 par..e 33 1J ii!: :, ct.:::c :':lliJ! tc-rinl Loy t o roor.! ,-, r hi..; Ci.'rlFT !';! c,n: f'0\ v l,:r.mm DS Til' -il-:.

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l':YSTSP-Y I1QlJ SE ai'(mctlnr \icr{s J l:o [ .e::rs tiurton J :.illf!r 1.1rr.a n Speier Do 1;:::in 1.;.0'.: 0 1 G I>'.l! 'fy L,t \fl rID r I r'...!in t. f"C!:',('.::-ver Lclchtcr L !:olh ... Hcilly 1'. r t:b \..J 1:"1 HCYi:l;;n C ir-!( P I : GitL.:ns l.oll i e J3J. 'ltr.i= t 1 523 18P. 4 1 0/) 1 t 1:1 ,'ybp. ) 1'835.-:::6. lE:::5 188:' Ie:..'] 183t 1 1 2t"'.:() 1 1880 1 1 1 I) 1 i 2 -f)3 if.; ( ) 1 r ''''-' "- J H'()') 1 r-') : j 1 [ ,)li -':;5 if::17 L 1 00() 1 ----------.----------------------------------'I Cb,:mGler 33 5 9th = 't lC3:J 1[;33 not i cl:-" t!1r:; rFxt ; .. It could be an error in t'h;;t t o 3J3 ( 'tr:. it fits .. huilt It sU.ll .stunds toLi.:.:y .--_. '-------... j ",. .m l l:'ror in t!,(' r !:.y r cl"2 r t n the j "Y5te r /

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' ...... ___________ p_a_g_e __ 3_5 __________ R.UNDLE HOUSE KALL HOUSE 337 9th c 1059 qth 1381-1962 339 9th = 1051 9th Rundle seC!ia8 to be the only persons in tile house since it 1880 __ 187G-77 (maybe, 1375-77) :Cl:,-ir 1 ('!7' 1879-31 / i\ Canks 1 520 YOUNG HOU:;E \-:ILJ(IN HOUSE BOUTc:ELL HOUSE {\ i"i. Ka 11 A lr-.xnnder !\oberts Lynch T bullen hilkin 1051 lSe2-1S00 IB82 1882 9th 1902-19'::'0 341 9th = 10 4 3 9th 1875 (c!:'ror'!) 1878 -7'1 Hurbanks Stenvcnson 1 oS. jjavis 1 830 1380 1881 1881 188 2 BC1rlo'W r :olsbee !..Il!rlc.e Leaky Cvlc.l e r Boutewll Bri.dge \"J Cain lR8'+ &; 1 20 7 1 88:' 9 0 1 8 9 0 9th -1 1875 1876 Ihis house lorn down to make room for the Youn ? liouse, 1051 9th. This bungalow still stands today, and the House. Ihis hOUSe was torn dovn to make room for the Schulz Double Bouse. It" is also possible that p e o;:>le 343 9th liveJ here. but current data is too r suppose thClt penple are listed at 104 3 9 t h :lfter 1 89 2 actually lived in the Schu12 lloublc Eousc, c:;.::;sumin g il was built about 1892. This house probably existed only 1n the City 0irectoJ while the people probably lived ill the Wilkin House or the Patterson

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saIULZ DOUBLE BOO SE 9t.'l Babcock Lee Cava:-tauV1 Richter Eranston Capps Rash PAT7ERSON HOUSE Patterson Crane Jones Rider P..yder J Cox Hannlean Hosher Russell' 10l15/1047 9 ,th 1892 UJ<)l 1893 1893 1893 .. 95 1896-9Q 18C)7-99 1897-99 345 9th 1041 76 IS78 1879 18nO 1831 1881 1881 hhitebrcck 1E'P.2 Cane h -hecler In86-1901 Beckman 1891-97 Graf leJ02 .. 03 Greibling 1902-1938 GARDNER HOUSE 347 9th c 10'33 (hh 1047 9th Schulz 1892-1905 I assume thDt those people listf!d at 1043 9th after .::lctu3lly livf::'o at 10115 9rh. The iH.lk1n House was tOIn dmm to nwke room for this duplex. This stucco duplex still tndny. 111i5 2-9tO::Y, brick row :louse stands today but I rio not X'knm{ '\Jhen Dr by '.t:hoo. 1 twas bui1 t. Until recently, 1 thought it was built by T.S. 0cmver nlre. 1 \ 1 so, some pccple listed at 31.; 7 <)th probably Itv j too, and vice verse. Gardnc>r Ki: :lball Nicnh1.ser J l larsh 1874-89. 189 8-1902 1298-1902 'Ihis wood hou:;e still stcnds toctDY, huilt. in lE73 hy Jerry \;ardner. also built the Nevin l ;ouse next door for son-in-law -10 \,,:;f"'I"tJUI'--< IJatt 5 Russell J Smith t Smith 1 -I!J 2-1882 1882 1882 1883

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NEVIN lIOll SE page 37 347 9th K 10B3 9th F6Y Merrill Putz E YounG Nichols Chambers Durn,,"t)ody Fancher HaudA E Smith Cory Dibble Geyer 11 Smitll 'bradley R Smith Sw;}n P Davis' Gardner Kipbnll <,ihson Nevin G:1rdner Kimball 1 :arri8on Kingsbury Witte 18 4 1385 1886 1S[.6 188G 1888 1890 1890 18 9 0 lBnD lRol 1801 1291 1891 1 894 (ruaybc, le95-96) 18q5-97 lsnc 18:)3 1901-02 349 9th = 1027 9th 1834-90 18')0-96 1890-96 1897 This tinned-roofed brick house may have been uuilt in by Jerry Gardner as a weddins prescn I: to nis rbllr,hte r Co.: Nevtn with construction start.ine in lE8l. l\ole the rarE' dOli1eti to.ler r-isinp; above the ntty\.Tay.

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WFTS HOU5E KNIGHT BOUSE GIIl-1AN HOUSE 351 9th &:: 1013 9'th Tuft"s 1817-1901 Selp.raph 1881 .. D Younr, 1881 F..oscnbereer 1882' Ep;an Hoot 1885-90 1886-88 1 889-90 1689 Nance 1801 Rundle Jr 1910 "n)r\yer Dnvip.s 353 9th = 1015 9th 1881 (nrobable 18e6-1901 1888 1903-1914 9th 1009 9th Giban KP.-nt l' Jilson Littlefield Lamb hallnce Tripp Veitch hcGregor t'elcher Clair' Housley 18?O-Rl HW3 1!\3L1 1885 18D5 HW6 (error:' ) 18 8 7 IB ,r..R-91 H ; [' 8 1089 L 1391 If:R9 1 fJI ) 91 1890 1890 1892 1893 1893 paRe :HS This house h3S torn down, replaced by the O'l-allen lountain Dnd gardens. error) The tinned-roefed hrick house was built by C.R. Devis ftS to d8ughter llnd eon-in-law I Knif 'ht, circa with const"ruction circa 1883_ 1 This house bas been torn GO\olIl. making room for an air thr::-ater.

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.. page 39 GIL"iAN HOUSE d 357 9th 1009 9th Larsen Holzer ]I: Hachten '1 ECJ6. 1897 .. 1899-1904 1905 Torn dmm. Anph i CORNER HOUSE D&P.C;H:{ D,SP&'PRR D.1E.FrWRR es KPRR ne nw se sw LJPRR ws Harthom Byrne 35q 9th' : 1003 9th 1873-76 (0rror?) 1878 (error,) 18BO A t-;illcr iioods Kindel l-lcldra Katz Cushing Hontgomery k Rice Cooper Koch Teten Saper Graff Bunter Weid 1231-82 IP..R3 1885-G 1887 1888 1889 Torn ctmm. today. 1389-05 lR89-CJO 1890 1893 1896 (error?) 18')7 lS97-19G2 1898-1903 18<)9 Denver &. Rio Grande Denver, South Park ?acific j)enver, Texas & rt. orth t\Cli.lrnad east Kansas l'acific Rl11.lrodd northeast northwest southeast southwest Union Railroad west side

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DAVIS HOUSE '* ji 330 9th 1068 9th CUR TIS HOUSE -repl 336 9th 1056 9th DOLAN HOUSE -new 1056 9th "'ENTENNIAL HOUSE >(C 338 9th 1050 9th RK HOUSE -torn down 346 9th 1040 9th RTICE HOUSE torn down 348 9th 1032 9th HOUSE 350 9th 1024 9th EDLEY HOUSE 356 9th 1020 9th HOUSE '.'-torn down 360 9th 1008 9th -...., 0 a t1 P-' '< 9 '< v: r1 r1 '-' CHAHPA en H tr'1 tr'1 ...., S T R E E T GROUSSf-iAN STORE Hetcnntlie)4t, Replaces the WEBBER HOUSE 329 9th 1067 9th MYSTERY HOUSE ft333 9th 1061 9th RUfIDLE HOUSE -JI;. 337 9th 1059 9th YOUNG HOUSE replaces ALL HOUSE 339 9th, 1051 9th 1051 9th ,', Schulz DOUBLE HOUSE I WILKIN HOUSE 1045/1047 341 9th 1043 9th PA rIERSON/HANNIGAN/WHEELER lJOus'E 345 9th 1041 9th Gt\RDHER HOUSE 3[,7 9th 1033 9th NEVIN HOUSE 349 9th 1027 9th Wf IS HOUSE 351 9th 1023 9th KNIGHT nOUSE""I: 353 9th 1015 9th GIlJ>tAN HOUSE 357 9th 1009 9th CORNER BOUSE 359 9th 1003 9th S T R E E T torn down torn down torn down (formerly, 8th Street) Luebbers