Elbow Creek Cemetery Records, Tulare County, California

(near Visalia) ARCHER O. J., 1844 – 1913, ae. 69 yrs. Frank, 1882 – 1907, ae. 25 yrs. J. W., b. 29 Oct. 1839, d. 24 June 1916, ae. 77 yrs. BENNETT Katherine, 1865 – 1939. Ralph, 1891 – 1897 or 1899. Rufus, 1907 – 1907. Silas, 1868 – 1926. BLAYLOCK Ethyle. Ray Luther. Steven.

Herfort Hill Cemetery Records, Cochise County, Arizona

(Loc. on West side of river) TAYES Son. Grandaughter. (N.X.N.) STILES Dau. of Billy Stiles.

Memory Gardens Cemetery Records, Don Luis, Cochise County, Arizona

BUTTRAM Bessie, b. 1887. Wife of Charles B. Buttram. Charles B., b. 1890, d. 1958. Husband of Bessie Buttram. HALL Anna Mae, b. 1891. Wife of George R. George R., b. 1885, d. 1958. DEALBINE (N.X.N.) KENDALL Roy LaVern, d. 15 Aug. 1958, ae. 80 yrs., 3 days. KLING (N.X.N.) MADDEN Raymond R., b. 13

Ramsy Canyon Cemetery Records, Cochise County, Arizona

(Loc. on Roy A. Newman land) BEAR Madison, b. 14 Oct. 1845, d. 26 Dec. 1882. DEWITT Clinton, b. 185-, d. 1930. DEXTER John, (Caripetil), d. Mar., ae. 72 yrs. HAMMER James H. F., d. Feb. 1949, ae. 64 yrs., 2 mos., 16 days. WASH Eliza Jane, b. 1817, d. 1899. George, b. 1818, d.

Fry Cemetery Records, Fry, Cochise County, Arizona

FRY Arden Henry, b. 30 Oct. 1906, d. 7 Nov. 1927. Elizabeth Ruth Cathcart, b. 3 Apr. 1870, d. 25 Dec. 1919. Raymond Paul, b. Jan. 1936, d. Apr. 1937. MUNQUIA Julio, d. 31 July 1957, ae. 72 yrs., 2 mos., 29 days. STANLEY Anthoney Oliver, b. 13 Feb. 1918, d. 23 Feb. 1928. Cora

Camp Stone Cemetery Records, Huachuca City, Cochise County, Arizona

CRIMMINS Daniel, d. 14 Dec. 1902, ae. 47 yrs. TURNER George Raymond, d. 11 Jan. 1954, ae. 40 yrs. James Warren, d. 23 Sept. 1929, ae. 17 yrs., 11 mos.

The Moqui Tribe in History 1780-1820

Efforts Of Governor Anza To Convert The Moquis 1780 Father Garces reported to Governor Anza his failure at the Moqui pueblos just cited and the governor at once took steps to convert them. H. H. Bancroft (volume xvii pages 265-260) gives the following details translated from the original documents of the efforts of Governor. Anza

The Moqui Tribe In History 1834-1850

In Victor’s River of the West page 163 it is noted that in 1834 a trapping party of 200 men of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company went from Bill Williams fork to the Moqui towns whore several trappers plundered the gardens and shot 15 or 20 peaceful Moquis. In Spanish Mexican and American annals the

The Moqui Tribe In History 1851-1852

In 1851-1852 P. S. G. Ten Broeck assistant surgeon United States army stationed in New Mexico made several journeys among the Moqui Pueblos and Navajos. In March 1852 he visited the Moquis of which visit he writes as follows: Walpi March 31 1852. Between 11 and 19 o’clock today we arrived at the first towns

1853-1854 Smallpox Visitation to the Moqui

The Moquis have been frequently scourged with epidemics the one accompanied by famine in 1775 was frightful. The severe modern smallpox scourge among the Moquis (which came from Zuñi) was in 1853-1854. Lieutenant Whipple refers to it in his Pacific Railroad Survey Report. He was en route from Zuñi to explore as a side trip

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