General/Base Info:
Grouse Mine [aka Bankers]
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Info Last updated: 24.05.2024 (17:39:37)
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Date Located / Formed:
05.09.1892 (Date of Amended Location Certificate)
Bull Hill
Location Map Description:
Discovery / Formed by:
    Fate details:
    Owned by:
    • Bankers Gold Mining and Milling Company
      -> 1892-12-01 [claim Map]
      -> 1900 [reported As Owner]
      -> 1901-01 [reported As Owner]
    • Garfield Consolidated Mining Company
      -> 1901-01 [reported As Owns Part of]
    • Stratton Cripple Creek Mining and Development Company
      -> 1903-01-01 [reported As Owner]
    Known claims:
    • Grouse Lode - 7818
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      Known Producing Info:
      General notes:
      Plat Map of 3-lodes with a combined acreage of 11.406 Acres on the Amended Map, starting out as 22.659 Acres on the original Plat Map.
      graphic for visual presentation of text Boring Map, shares ground with other claims, some belonging to same company, others not. The Discovery Shaft is shown about 1/3 east from the west end of the claim, with a second Shaft just west of that again.
      graphic for visual presentation of text The claim borders to the American Eagle Nos. 1, 2 & 3 on one side, Pikes Peak on the other side, and later is crossed by the Garfield, but that is not seen on this claim map, which is the only one I know about by the time this is written 7th of January 2015.
      graphic for visual presentation of text Guess that is why I read about Grouse and the Garfield-Grouse, more or less same ground, different companies, different mines, but I think this claim here, the Grouse, is often therefore referred to as the Bankers...