General/Base Info:
Caledonia
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Info Last updated: 19.09.2016 (13:12:11)
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
120
Type:
Mine
Date Located / Formed:
19.01.1893
Location:
Gold Hill [lower]
Location Map Description:
Discovery / Formed by:
    Status:
    Unknown
    Fate details:
    Owned by:
    • Joseph Blunt
      -> 1893-06-02 [claim Map]
    • Roland Blunt
      -> 1893-06-02 [claim Map]
    • H. Parsons
      -> 1894-04-28 [reported as Owners]
    • H.H. Tompkins Hardware Company
      -> 1894-04-28 [reported as Owners]
    • J. Morris Finn
      -> 1894-04-28 [reported as Owners]
    • Dr. Ward
      -> 1894-05-25 [reported As Buyer of 1/2 Interest]
    • S. Dickson
      -> 1894-05-25 [reported As Buyer of 1/2 Interest]
    • Williard Ward
      -> 1894-05-25 [reported As Buyer of 1/2 Interest]
    • E.E. Miller
      -> 1895-11-27 [Bond and Lease]
    • Winfield Scott Stratton
      -> 1895-12-07 [reported As Owner]
    Known claims:
    • Caledonia lode - 8347
    Claim Links:
    Location Claim Description:
    Patented Date:
    Mineral Certificate No.:
    0
    General Land Office No.:
    0
    Known Transportation Connection:
      Extra Info/Details [Linked at One Time to the Entity]:
      Vertical Shaft & Incline Shaft
      Known Producing Info:
      General notes:
      Map is boring. To early for the grade of the F. & C.C. to show. The Discovery Shaft is shown in the south, about 1/8 north of the south border, with a second Shaft and a third Shaft south of that. North of the discovery shaft there is a fourth Shaft, a Trench and a fifth Shaft showing. Then, all the way up in the north, there is a sixth Shaft and a seventh Shaft marked out, last is almost at the border of a piece of lost ground to the Lone Jack claim in northwest corner.
      graphic for visual presentation of text The grade of the F. & C.C. would be south of these two last mention shafts.