General/Base Info:
Sadie Bell Mine
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Info Last updated: 18.11.2021 (11:31:37)
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Adit Mine
Date Located / Formed:
Bull Hill
Location Map Description:
Discovery / Formed by:
    Fate details:
    Owned by:
    • Abram Rapp
      -> 1894-02-03 [claim Map]
    • et al. (and Others)
      -> 1894-02-03 [claim Map]
    • Cresson Consolidated Gold Mining and Milling Company
      -> 1900 [reported As Owner]
    Known claims:
    • Sadie Bell lode - 8600
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      General notes:
      Plat claim map holds 3-lodes, but they will be split into two groups for some reason. The original Plat Map gives a size of 13.857 Acres in Feb. 3, 1894 and reduces to 10.013 Acres on the Amended Plat Map in Nov. 26, 1898.
      graphic for visual presentation of text This claim, Sadie Bell, will be part of the Cresson Mine while the Gold Sovereign & J. G. Blaine claims is to be grouped together as the Gold Sovereign Mine, wonder what that story is, why the separation.
      graphic for visual presentation of text Either way, the original Plat Map shows the Discovery Cut about 1/5 south of the northern short edge-line, where the cut is marked as a Tunnel and a Shaft is marked near end of that tunnel on the east. A second Shaft is marked further south, about center of claim.
      graphic for visual presentation of text On the Amended Plat Map this claim has been divided into two pieces, a southern and a northern end. Mary L. clipped it, possible how it became part of the Cresson as the Mary L is also by 1900 owned by the Cresson. As some other claims. Nothing else seems to have changed om the two maps of this claim.