Blossburg, Colfax County, New Mexico, 1900 settlersEdit This Page

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Source: 1900 US Census Precint 16: Blossburg

Note: All households are listed alphabetically. Boarders, workers, or other persons living in a household are listed in that household. The information listed after a persons name is: relationship if not head of the household; month and year of birth; Place of birth; and occupation if listed. Married women will have the total number of their children and the number living at the time of the census, not necessarily living in the home, shown after their place of birth. Cases where the woman was head of the household, her marital status may be shown.

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Contents

Summary

Places of Birth

Total New Mexico (59)(mostly children); Total Other states (72); Total other (58);

Other States: Arkansas (1); Colorado (7); Dakota Territory (5); Illinois (9); Indiana (2); Kansas (3); Kentucky (2); Maryland (1); Minnesota (1); Missouri (5) Choctaw Missouri Territory (3); New York (1); Ohio (4); Pennsylvania (11); Tennessee (1); Texas (7); Vermont (8); Wisconsin (1); 2 unknown.

Other: Austria (6); England (14); Germany (15); Ireland (5); Italy (5); Mexico (1); Scotland (10); South America (1); Switzerland (1);

Occupations

Barber (1); Bar tender (1); Coal Miner (18); Day or farm Labor (4); Farmer (12); Grocery Clerk (1); Harnesser (1); Mine Driver (1); Ore Miner (2); Paper salesmen (2); Pensioner (1); Railroad foreman (1); Saloon Keeper (3); Servant (1); Teamster (1); Wood chopper (1);

Note: All households are listed alphabetically. Boarders, workers, or other persons living in a household are listed in that household. The information listed after a persons name is: relationship if not head of the household; month and year of birth; Place of birth; and occupation if listed. Married women will have the total number of their children and the number living at the time of the census ( not necessarily living in the home) shown after their place of birth. Cases where the woman was head of the household, her marital status will be shown. The handwriting is difficult, so alternative spelling may appear in parenthesis.


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A-C

Arkle, see Peden

Abe Berry, July 1865, Missouri, Railroad foreman; Amie (wife), June 1867, Kansas, 3 children, 2 living; Ray (son), December 1890, Kansas; Clyde (son), June 1893, Kansas; Debby Hamilton (mother-in-law), Sep.1820, Indiana, 1 child, 1 living.

Andrew Bertolino, November 1854, emigrated 1881, Italy, farmer; Celeste (wife) December 1852, Switzerland, emigrated 1881, 5 children, 4 living; Martin (son) May 1882, Illinois; Andrew (son) Dec 1877, New Mexico; Rose (daughter) March 1891, New Mexico; Marry (daughter) June 1894, New Mexico.

Beanario Busie, June 1857, Italy, emigrated 1883, saloon keeper; Osalda (Osoleta) July 1865, Italy, emigrated 1893, 5 children, 4 living; Joseph (son) January 1883, Italy, emigrated 1893, coal miner; Burt (son) June 1894, Colorado; Mary (daughter), January 1899, Colorado; Mary Morgan (Margan)(servant), October 1890, Penn.
Masurak Charls, Jan. 1869, Germany, emigrated 1887, coal miner; Marry (wife), May 1873, Germany, emigrated 1891, no children.

Clommach see Wheatcraft

Joe Collows (Collasor), November 1848, Germany, emigrated 1888, farmer; Susia (wife), July 1849, Germany, emigrated 1895, 3 children, 2 living; Annie (daughter) Dec. 1892, New Mexico; Adolfo (son), November 1880, Germany, emigrated 1888, farm labor;  Pauline (daughter) January 1883, Germany, emigrated 1888; Emma (daughter) October 1887, Germany, emigrated 1888; Charlie (son) Dec. 1888, New Mexico.

Coredo Colico Corieli (Coriela), Nov. 1865, Germany, emigrated 1890, coal miner; Amelia (wife), Jan 1881, Germany, emigrated 1891, 2 children, 2 living; Annie (daughter), June 1897, New Mexico; Mary Sep. 1898, New Mexico; Mary Tretter (mother), August 1856, Texas, 10 children, 7 living.

Ambrose Cox, November 1846, England, emigrated 1875, oar (ore) miner; Sophia (wife), December 1837, England, emigrated 1875, 6 children, 4 living.

D-J

Lee Davis, May 1873, Missouri, coal miner; Jose (Rose?) (wife), April 1877, Choctaw, 3 children, 2 living; Allace (daughter) March 1893, Choct; Ammanda (daughter) February 1896, Choct.

Tomas Domica, February 1858, Italy, emigrated 1884, farmer;

George Evens, July 1868, Austria, emigrated 1875, coal miner; Annie (wife), July 1874, Austria, emigrated 1875, 5 children, 2 living; Nick (?) (son), Dec. 1894, New Mexico; Katie (daughter), May 1897, New Mexico.

Gilmour, See Smith

Henry H. Goodell, March 1849, Vermont, farmer; Carrie (wife) June 1871, Vermont; Abraham E. (son) March 1890, Colorado; Nettie A. (daughter) April 1894, New Mexico; Cora M. (daughter) May 1898, New Mexico.

John Haddow, November 1865, Indiana, in mine driver; Biddie (wife) May 1868, Pennsylvania, 5 children, 4 living; Cammes (son) march 1891, New Mexico; John (son) March 1894, New Mexico; William (son) August 1896, New Mexico; Berthie (daughter) February 1897, New Mexico.

Hamilton, See Berry.

James Hanna, July 1863, Pennsylvania, oar miner; Lula (wife), Dec. 1873, New Mexico, 6 children, 5 living; Joe T. (son) Sep. 1892, New Mexico; Ida B. (daughter) Sep. 1885, New Mexico; Albert B. (son), Nov.1888, New Mexico; Nellie G. (daughter) April 1897, New Mexico; John L. (son) Sep.1899, New Mexico.

Benjamin Higginbotham (Higgnibthan), May 1842, Kentucky, wood chopper; Adalida (wife) May 1858, New Mexico.

Joseph Holler, March 1854, Austria, emigrated 1881, coal miner; Angelina (wife), Aug. 1867, Germany, emigrated 1883, 6 children, 6 living; George (son), June 1888, New Mexico, papers salesman; Frank (son), Nov. 1889, New Mexico, papers salesman; Joseph (son), September 1891, New Mexico; Willie (son), November 1893, New Mexico; Mary C. (daughter) October 1895, New Mexico; Ciccila E. (daughter) April 1897, New Mexico.

David Howarth, Jan. 1846, Ohio, saloon keeper; Francis (wife) August 1861, Kentucky, 7 children, 5 living; Fredrich (son), August 1889, New Mexico; Barbra (daughter) October 1890, New Mexico; Emma (daughter) July 1894, New Mexico; Evaline (daughter) July 1897, New Mexico; Unnamed daughter, March 1899, New Mexico.

John Hyler, November 1820, New York, pensioner;

James Jackson, June 1840, England, emigrated 1868, coal miner; Mary (wife) December 1840, England, 5 children, 3 living; Robert (son) May 1876, Illinois, coal miner; Jean (daughter) July 1879, Illinois.

George Jones, August 1881, Pennsylvania, day labor; Marry (mother) February 1837, England, emigrated 1868, 8 children, 6 living. See James Wood, neighbor.

K-T

Marsh see William Smith

Patrick McGarvey, February 1829, Ireland, emigrated 1853, coal miner; Hannah (wife) January 1838, Ireland, 13 children, 8 living; Edward (son) February 1858, Pennsylvania.

Morgan (Margan) see Busie
Peden, Sep. 1843, Scotland, emigrated 1878, Farmer: Ellin (wife) July 1844, Ireland, emigrated 1871, 11 children, 9 living; Martha (daughter) Oct. 1885;  Mary Arkle (daughter) Nov 1873, Ireland, 4 children, 4 living; John Arkle (grandson)  Nov.1873, New Mexico; Ellin Arkle (granddaughter) June 1887, New Mexico; James M. Arkle (grandson) Dec. 1899, New Mexico.

Petati (Petuti) see Zanolini

C.F. Peterson, Nov 1861, Illinois, grocery clerk; Nellie (wife), 1876, Old Mexico.

Don Prathy, July 1844, Germany, emigrated 1883, coal miner; Caroline (wife), December 1849, Germany, emigrated 1883, 9 children, 4 living; James (son), December 1875, Germany, emigrated 1883, coal miner; Mary (daughter), November 1883, Germany, emigrated 1883; Charlie (Brother-in-law), May 1881, South America, emigrated 1899 (parents from Germany), coal miner.

Sophiah Schultz, November 1836, Germany, day laborer.

Edward Short, Sept. 1875, Illinois, farmer; Mary (wife) February 1875, Missouri, 2 children, 2 living; Alma (daughter) Sept. 1894, Missouri; Ethel (daughter) February 1898, Missouri; Sarah (sister) November 1878, Illinois; Susan (mother) March 1842, Illinois, 9 children, 6 living.

Smith see Wheatcraft.

John H.Smith, March 1857, Scotland, emigrated 1869, Farmer; Ayness (wife), May 1865, Scotland, emigrated 1879, 2 children, 2 living; Hugh H. (son), July 1898, New Mexico; William G. (son), September 1899, New Mexico; William C. Gilmour (father-in-law), March 1834, Scotland, emigrated 1879; Elizabeth Gilmour (mother-in-law), May 1833, Scotland, emigrated 1879, 8 children, 4 living.

William H. Smith, June 1856, Scotland, emigrated 1869, farmer; Mary E. (wife) March 1860, Pennsylvania, 10 children, 9 living; Maggie N. (daughter) March 1881, Illinois; John H. (son) August 1893, New Mexico; David R. (son) Oct. 1884, New Mexico; Cathrin H.  (daughter) New Mexico; Hugh H. (son) Dec. 1889; Richard D. (son) March 1891, New Mexico; William H. Jr. (son) March 1893, New Mexico; Robert J. (son) June 1895, New Mexico; Lewis A (son) June 1897, New Mexico; Allice E. (niece) July 1891, New Mexico; Joe Marsh (hired hand) April 1867, England, emigrated 1883, farm laborer.

Joseph Stuart, September 1873, Pennsylvania, coal miner; Davida (wife) February 1877, Scotland, 1 child, 1 living; Florance M. (daughter) August 1898, Colorado; John Wallace (Father-in-law) February 1854, Scotland, emigrated 1879, farmer; Maggie Wallace (mother-in-law) March 1854, Scotland, emigrated 1879, 6 children, 2 living; William Wallace (brother-in-law) September 1894, New Mexico.

Thomas Thompson (Tomasina) February 1862, Illinois, teamster; Ann (wife) March 1865, Pennsylvania, 7 children, 4 living; James T. (son) May 1885, New Mexico; Joseph (son) February 1890, New Mexico; Ellin M. (daughter) January 1892, New Mexico; Thomas (son) April 1894, New Mexico.

F.C. Tolman, November 1859, Vermont, farmer; Cristine (wife) September 1866, Vermont, 5 children, 4 living; Ray D. (son) July 1891, Vermont; Lillie I. (daughter) August 1894, Vermont; Dossie B. (son)(twin) April 1896, Vermont; Pessie (daughter)(twin) April 1896, Vermont.

Tretter see Corieli (Coriela).

George Troast, September 1859, Pennsylvania, barber.

U-Z

Wallace see Stuart.

George Wheatcraft, December 1871, Arkansas, farmer; Rebecca (wife) November 1873, Maryland, no children; Marry Clommach (mother) March 1839, Tennessee, 6 children, 5 living; Hugh Smith (boarder) July 1859, Scotland, harness and rollery;

George Willis, July 1831, England, emigrated 1878, coal miner; Jane (wife) August 1845, England, emigrated 1878, 12 children, 6 living; Joshuah (son) June 1859, England, coal miner; George (son) Sept 1867, England, coal miner; John H. (son) December 1871, England, coal miner; Clarah (daughter) August 1877, England; Phoebe J (daughter) August 1879, Ohio; Leveta (daughter) June 1887, Ohio.

Wood, James, December 1836, England, emigrated 1869, coal miner; Elizabeth (wife) May 1840, England, emigrated 1876, 11 children, 5 living; Lillie D. (daughter) January 1881, Pennsylvania; Effe Jones (grand daughter) October 1891, New Mexico. See George Jones neighbor.

Lewis L. Woodard, October 1875, Texas, day labor; Sarah T. P. (mother) August 1856, Texas, 10 children, 7 living; Della E. (sister) February 1886, Texas; John T. (brother) February 1888, Texas; Kizzie E. (sister) October 1889, Texas;  Wiley (brother) December 1891, Texas; Mattie B. (sister) April 1892, Texas

George Woodhouse, May 1858, Wisconsin, farmer; Minnie (wife), Feb. 1866, Minnesota, 5 children, 4 living; Pearl (daughter) Jan. 1886, servant, Decota; Charlie G. (son) June 1888, Decota; George (son) Oct. 1890, Decota;  Stewart (son), March 1893, Decota; Friderie A. (son), November 1895, Decota.

John Zanolini, July 1855, Austria, emigrated 1881, saloon keeper; Kate (wife), Aug. 1866, Austria, emigrated 1886, 7 children, 7 living; Dave (son) Jan.1887, Pennsylvania; Ernest (son) March 1889, Colorado; Mary (daughter) April 1891, Colorado; Herman (son) June 1893, Colorado; Lewis (son) Aug. 1895, New Mexico; Alma (daughter) Sept. 1897, New Mexico;  Andrew (son) December 1899, New Mexico; Ernest Petati (Boarder), June 1859, Austria, emigated 1885, saloon bar tender.


 

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