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Fore-Kin Trails quarterly newsletter

COFK
Serial
English
Montrose, Colorado : Fore-Kin Trails Genealogical Society, 1987-1998
12 v.
Vol. 1 no. 1 (Aug. 1987)-v. 12 no. 3 (Aug 1998)

Notes

Quarterly.

Cover title: Fore-Kin trails Montrose Colorado Genealogical Society.

Continued by: Uncompahgre Valley Chronicle with issue v. 12 no. 4 (Nov. 1998).

Each volume is indexed.

Indexed in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) under COFK.

Issues may contain queries, ancestral charts, membership lists, "Helpful hints and other good stuff".

Partial contents -- v. 1. Abstract of assessment 1883 Montrose County (cont.); Early day settlers; Cantonment on the Uncompahgre, Fort Crawford 1880-1890; The Tobin family; Inhabitants of contonment on the Uncompahgre, Montrose County [1885]; Abstract of assessment 1884 Montrose County (cont.); The Hovey family; A pawpaw wedding in the persimmon scented dells of Jack's Fork Bottom -- v. 2. Abstract of assessment 1884 Montrose County (cont.); Shenandoah School has interesting history and work; Memorial, Gunnison Tunnel tragedy; Rest in peace little one; Some definitions pertinent to wills; Inventory appraisments & sales records [1883-1888] (cont.); Curiosity and it's side effects -- v. 3. The Hotchkiss family, early Uncompahgre Valley pioneers; Administrative & probate abstracts from Montrose County [1887-1894] (cont.); Abstract of assessment 1884 Montrose County (cont.); 75,402 acres of land now subscribed for the tunnel (cont.); Willis history; 1885 Montrose County mortality schedule; The Button family; Abstract of assessment 1885 Montrose County (cont.); F.A. McKinney's Montrose city and county directory 1910 -- v. 4. Administrative & probate abstracts from Montrose County [1894-1900] (cont.); Abstract of assessment 1885 Montrose County (cont.); Nancy Katherine Hays Roelsma, a pioneer woman of mystery; Genealogical sources at the Montrose Public Library Jan 1990 (cont.); A good man gone [1897]; Fatal accident [1898]; Carriling Wing Rodliff [1908]; Synopsis of the Alexander R. and Valda M. McKinnon family; Inventory of books in the Montrose Family History Center 1990 -- v. 5. Administrative & probate abstracts from Montrose County [1899-1903] (cont.); The lady doctor; Abstract of assessment 1885 Montrose County (cont.); Flowers for a funeral; From Prussia to Montrose "100 years"; Richard Charles Diehl 1850-1910; Play time on Wilson Mesa; School days; Record gathering in post-war Germany, the Lanheinrich legacy -- v. 6. The life of Sam Harris; Occupations; ...

Partial contents -- v. 6 (cont.) Administrative & probate abstracts from Montrose County [1904-1906] (cont.); Abstract of assessment 1885 Montrose County (cont.); Snowslide!; Joseph Selig, co-founder of Montrose; Pupils School District #17 1897 -- v. 7. Members joining Elks Lodge #1053 who were still members at the time of their death [A-W] (cont.); Administrative & probate [newspaper] abstracts from Montrose County [1905-1907] (cont.); Aunt Mary; Flume causes murder of Alex Albin; Court and newspaper abstracts [1907]; Christian & Amanda Stollsteimer; Fact from fiction -- v. 8. Old trades and occupations; The John Wesley Frasier family, early pioneers of Montrose, Colorado; Names - names - names; Colonel Phil Peters, Montrose Co. pioneer, the man who carried a bullet in his heart for 49 years; The James William Devore family, pioneers of Montrose, Colorado; Birth of our nation; Relationship chart; Elsie Frasier; Preparing your life history, writing a journal; Table of group immigrations; The Decennial Digest and Regional Reporters; Russell Wright, brand inspector; Vital records of Bridgewater, Mass.; Vital records of Marshfield, Mass.; Middleborough, Mass., births, marriages and deaths; Early records of Plympton, Mass. -- v. 9. Social Security numbers for research; Patriot Paul Revere 1735-1818; German church books, beyond the basics; Historical review of Montrose County; The Van Tuyls in Holland; Settlers of the Beekman Patent, Dutchess County, New York; Gabriel Masse dies Thursday evening, prominent rancher [1920]; Land bounty rights and pensions -- v. 10. Ireland's potato garden; Abstract of assessment 1887 Montrose County (cont.); Reconstructed marriage records; Territorial pioneers for whom certificates have been granted as of 3/31/1996; Iowa genealogical society chapters and mailing addresses; George Ash; Custer genealogy; Montrose County High School commencement program 1937; Christmas traditions ...

Partial contents -- v. 11. The way West, by covered wagon from Oklahoma to western Colorado; Rubbings, tombstones, manhole covers, historical markers; History of Olathe United Methodist Church; Railroading; Early Montrose; Crisis in historic Congressional Cemetery; Swift justice keeps law & order -- v. 12. Newspaper notes from the past; The western slope of Colorado; Montrose, Colorado; Montrose pioneers Joseph Selig, Thomas Brook Townsend, Sr.; The origin of taps; Remininscences [sic] of the George D'Arcy Boulton family; Montrose Co. pioneers Oliver D. "Pappy" Loutsenhizer, George A. Stough; Vignettes from the family of C.J. Brafford, director of the Ute Museum as relayed to Heather McCleary; Olathe, Montrose County, Colorado; Montrose Co. pioneers James C. Taylor, Coleman B. Akard; Internet society celebrates family rogues; So you're Irish!.

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