General/Base Info:
Geneva Mine
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Info Last updated: 14.02.2022 (15:47:08)
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Combination Vertical & Adit Mine
Date Located / Formed:
27.05.1892 (Date of Amended Location Certificate)
Gold Hill
Location Map Description:
Discovery / Formed by:
    Fate details:
    Owned by:
    • Cripple Creek Consolidated Mining Company
      -> 1892-09-15 [claim Map]
      -> 1894-01-03 [claim Map]
      -> 1896-04-18 [reported As Owner]
    • Frank Howard
      -> 1895-11-07 [Mining Deed to]
    • John I. Welcher
      -> 1895-11-07 [Mining Deed]
    • Stratton Cripple Creek Mining and Development Company
      -> 1903-01-01 [reported As Owner]
    Known claims:
    • Geneva Lode - 7514
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      General notes:
      Plat Map is interesting due to the showing of several Trails crossing it, and, in addition to a Ravine drawn in, there is shown a Blacksmith Shop on south side of that ravine, at a Tunnel marked there. Just north of same ravine is the Discovery Shaft, and further south, up Gold Hill, is a second shaft shown with a Shaft House
      graphic for visual presentation of text This last mention shaft and shaft house is lost on the Amended map, marked as being part of the Game Cock lode… Only problem is, I am per January 2, 2015, unable to find any claims with that name, all I find at the same location overlapping the lost ground is a claim called Wautauga lode, MS-10027. Except shafts on that don't line up with shafts marked in this Geneva map… Confusing.
      graphic for visual presentation of text Also, the Geneva is said to have 2-Shafts, they are not on the Plat Map, and on the 1903 USGS map there is three shafts fitting the ground so what is the third one? The 1903 USGS is not a excact match so it might be mismatch there.