Women Occupations in a Victorian World, Deadwood Female Owned Business and Mines 1876 - 1894, Grandma Annie Vallery "Gentle Annie"

Single woman, Annie Vallery, a successful restaurateur in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, sold her business and made her way to Deadwood aboard the Orr wagon train in 1876. "Gentle Annie" operated successful boarding houses in Deadwood, Lead and Custer where Calamity Jane was an employee from time to time.

Aunt Sally, A Black Woman and Claim Owner, A Lady of Firsts

Sarah Campbell was one of the first non-Indian, non-white women to enter the hills working as a cook for George Custer's expedition in 1874. Aunt Sally, as she became affectionately known, was well respected and loved by both the troops and later the miners of Galena whom she cooked for.

Sarah Campbell was also the first woman to establish a mining claim August 5, 1874 with claim no 7 below Discovery in Custer's Gulch. Aunt Sally died in 1888.

Aunt Sally, white man proposed to her, she said no
Jan 13 1877
In regard to: Black Americans
In regard to: Aunt Sally, Sarah Campbell

Assay Office, Saloon, Hattie Harnett, Proprietress

Mrs Harnett's menagarie of birds and cats. 1 Crow, 2 magpies, 2 mocking birds, 1 canary, 3 kittens. Mocking bird can whistle Yankee Doodle, and call dogs.

Uncle Witcher gives Harnett an addition, a tarantula. Raffle for mocking birds comes off tonight, Assay Saloon Aug 25 1883.

Ladies Making It In a Man's World

Can ride mustangs, wing buffalo and scalp Indians
Dec 16 1877
In regard to: Wright, E.M.V. Mrs

Ladys Discovery Mine, discovered and worked by woman, her God given right
Apr 21 1879
In regard to: Women and Mining

Ladies Not To Be Messed With

Allen, Mrs. E.C. alias Vanalstine assaulted
In regard to: Allen, E.C., Mrs.
Aug 09 1877

She will not pay for a liquor license, you can??t make her
In regard to: Mrs. Smith
Aug 13 1877

Tried to arrest Mrs Smith, wrong move on his part
In regard to: Wiser, Pete Deputy
Aug 13 1877

Dr Winn swears out a warrant, she threatened him
In regard to: Allen, E.C., Mrs
Aug 13 1877

Murphy, Mrs. in court
In regard to: Murphy, Mrs.
Sep 18 1877

Allen, Mrs. E.C. of South Bend
In regard to: Allen, E.C. Mrs.
Dec 08 1877

Cooing Lovers and an Angry Mother in Pursuit
In regard to: Allen, Mrs.
May 11 1878

Marriage of Hermann Haussler to Hattie Allen
In regard to: Allen, Hattie Miss
In regard to: Hausler, Herman
In regard to: Allen, Mrs. E. C. mother-in-law
May 11 1878

Barber shop gutted by mother-in-law, running again
In regard to: Gayville
In regard to: Allen, Mrs.
May 15 1878

Barber shop gutted by mother-in-law, running again
In regard to: Allen, Mrs.
May 15 1878

Widow attacks Bob Ingersoll, drops him like a shot
In regard to: Van Cott
Jun 18 1878

Mother in law still after barber who stole daughter
In regard to: Gayville
Jul 16 1878

Charged Herman Hausler with assault
In regard to: Allen, E.C., Mrs.
Jul 19 1878

Mrs Allen shot her six shooter at him
In regard to: Enfield, W.H.
Aug 14 1878

Mr Haussler??s mother-in-law firing shots wildly
In regard to: Allen, Mrs
Aug 14 1878

Mrs Allen arrested for breaking windows
In regard to: Allen, E.C., Mrs.
Aug 15 1878

Mrs Allen brought before Justice Cody
In regard to: Cody,
Aug 15 1878

Mrs Allen broke windows from Enfields building
In regard to: Enfield,
Aug 15 1878

Mrs Allen took a change of venue to Justice Hill
In regard to: Hill, Henry
Aug 15 1878

Mrs Allen does some more shooting
In regard to: Enfield, W.H.
In regard to: Allen, E.C., Mrs.
Aug 19 1878

Fortress is being razed and material removed
In regard to: Allen, Mrs
Aug 23 1878

Thief entered house, left by her routing
In regard to: Lee, Mrs
Aug 23 1878

Blake struck her about the face several times
In regard to: Murphy, Mrs
Nov 02 1878

Fined cost of $35.70, judgment suspended
In regard to: Hausler, Herman
In regard to: Allen, Mrs. E. C.
Nov 24 1878

Tonsorial artist opens establishment on Main, Lead
In regard to: Hausler, Herman
Jan 30 1879

Smith knocked her down and pulled gun on her
In regard to: Lee, Mrs
Apr 17 1879

Arrested for threatening the life of his wife
In regard to: Hausler, Herman
In regard to: Hausler, Mrs Hattie
May 17 1879

Her mother watching 2 mo. old, husband steals baby
In regard to: Hausler, Mrs Hattie
In regard to: Hausler, Herman
In regard to: Allen, Mrs E. C. mother-in-law
May 25 1879

Steals baby, 2 months old, from mother-in-law
In regard to: Haussler, Herman
In regard to: Allen, Mrs mother-in-law
May 25 1879

Barber had another street scene with mother-in-law
In regard to: Hausler,
In regard to: Allen, Mrs
Jul 02 1879

Hausler child found at the Travis dwelling
In regard to: Travis, Mrs
In regard to: Allen, Mrs
Jul 02 1879

Left baby with Mrs Travis after kidnapping it
In regard to: Hausler, Herman
Jul 03 1879

Hausler baby??s grandmother threatens Mrs Travis
In regard to: Allen, Mrs
In regard to: Travis, Mrs
Jul 03 1879

He brought charges against her for spanking him
In regard to: Ellis, J.P.
Jul 16 1879

Judge to hear case of "lady" spanking a gentleman
In regard to: Coleman, Nathan Judge
Jul 16 1879

Tore down shed and fence too close to her property
In regard to: Reed, Maria, Mrs
Jul 22 1879

Owned by Mrs Harnett, jumped by Phillips, rejumped
Jul 23 1879
In regard to: Emmaette Mine
In regard to: Harnett, Hattie

Man jumped her claim the Emmaette, what a fool!
Jul 23 1879
In regard to: Harnett, Dan, Mrs
In regard to: Harnett, Hattie

Out on False Bottom looking after her mines there
Aug 08 1879
In regard to: Harnett, Mrs Hattie

Woman refused to be arrested, took off her clothes
In regard to: Beaman, Hank Deputy
Nov 21 1879

Cinched for doubting Deadwood newspaper mans word
In regard to: Murphy, Mrs
Jan 24 1880

Moll Solace shoots Mrs Murphy
In regard to: Murphy, Mrs
Feb 01 1880

Brought charges against Moll Solace for assault
In regard to: Murphy, Mrs
Feb 03 1880

Refused to be taken in for court, used her gun
In regard to: Erb, Sarah Ann
Sep 24 1880

Pendegrass confined to her lodging house
In regard to: Murphy, Mrs.
Feb 06 1881

Pendegrass removed from lodging house to jail
In regard to: Murphy, Mrs.
Feb 09 1881

Maj. Snider has rooms at boarding house
In regard to: Murphy, Mrs.
Feb 10 1881

Attacked Bennett in Miles City, second attack
In regard to: Big Annie
Mar 15 1882

Woman dressed in male attire entered sawbones?? office
In regard to: Women
Sep 17 1882

Mrs. M. G. Tonn Arrested for Parental Kidnapping
Holds Off Husband and Deputy at Bismarck

Tonn, M.G. owns grocery store in Deadwood
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
May 26 1877

Tonn, Mrs. passenger on stage that was robbed
In regard to: Tonn, Mrs.
Jun 30 1877

Mr and Mrs Tonn arrived from the east last evening
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
Apr 12 1878

Sells his Main St. building to Bent and Deetken
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
May 11 1878

Main St merchant packing up to move to Spearfish
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
May 20 1878

Has gone out of the Hills by way of the Bismarck
In regard to: Tonn, M.G., Mrs
May 24 1878

Mrs Tonn took son and husband files charges
In regard to: Tonn, Albert
May 24 1878

Husband files kidnapping charges against her
In regard to: Tonn, M.G., Mrs
May 24 1878

Along with an officer went out after Mrs Tonn
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
May 25 1878

Mrs Tonn has been captured at Bismarck
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
Jun 01 1878

M.G. Tonn accused Mrs. Tonn of kidnapping child
In regard to: Tonn, M.G., Mrs
Jun 01 1878

Holding off husband and Deputy Grace in Bismarck
In regard to: Tonn, M.G., Mrs
Jun 05 1878

In Bismarck, says his wife eloping with another
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
Jun 06 1878

Arrested in Bismarck as a runaway, posted bond
In regard to: Tonn, M.G., Mrs
Jun 06 1878

Mrs Tonn has husband arrested while she is in hotel
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
Jun 08 1878

Mrs Tonn's paramour, the safe man, not too happy
In regard to: Towne, W.B.
Jun 08 1878

Now at Spearfish, troubles at Bismarck over
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
Jun 10 1878

Letter tells of reconciliation of the Tonns
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
Jun 17 1878

W. B. Towne, who left with Mrs Tonn, afraid to go home
In regard to: Tonn, M.G. Mrs.
In regard to: Towne, W.B.
Jun 18 1878

Mrs Tonn joined her husband at Spearfish Thursday
In regard to: Tonn, M.G., Mrs
Jul 23 1878

M.G. Tonn and wife are courting again, before Justice
In regard to: Barker, Charles E.
Oct 22 1878

Marriage, to Alice McFarland, at Wertheimer residence, by Rev Atwood
In regard to: Tonn, M.G.
In regard to: McFarland, Alice, Mrs. M. G. Tonn, No. 2
Nov 28 1878

Ex-Mrs. Tonn Goes Into The Boarding House Business

General knock down and drag out hurrah at the dance
In regard to: Sherman House
Jan 20 1879

Proprietress of the Sherman House lodging rooms
In regard to: Tonn, Mrs
Mar 13 1879

Mrs Tonn seizes girls?? trunk, girl complains
In regard to: Sherman House
Mar 13 1879

Reading Room has been moved to the Sherman House
In regard to: Sherman House
Mar 24 1879

Roof fell in while she was in bed
In regard to: Tonn, Mrs
Jul 06 1879

Dirt roof of cabin fell in burying everything
In regard to: Tonn, Mrs
Jul 06 1879

List of characters and costumes at masque ball
In regard to: Tonn, Mrs.
Mar 25 1882

Bruised when thrown from wagon, recovering
In regard to: Tonn, Mrs
Dec 27 1882

Women with Jobs Outside of the Home

Vandaniker Hotel "Wanted a female colored servant"
In regard to: Vandaniker Hotel
Mar 27 1878

Has a female barber, she's a good one too
In regard to: Barber
Sep 18 1878

Has a female barber, boys says she can shave best
In regard to: Central City
Jan 15 1879

Mrs Preble helped with the first edition of paper
In regard to: Times Newspaper
In regard to: Preble, Mrs. Edward
Apr 18 1879

Initial number of the Times has some of her work
In regard to: Preble, Edw., Mrs
Apr 18 1879

To be the new tonsorial artist at Allens Barber Shop
In regard to: Hickey, Mrs
Jun 17 1880

Female barrister afforded much amusement in case
In regard to: Bradwell, Myra
Dec 25 1880

Beautiful blonde accepts position at Wisenthal??s
In regard to: Messer, Chris
Apr 20 1881

Belle Jefford accepts position in her Lead store
In regard to: Hayes, W., Mrs.
Apr 23 1881

Passed credible exam, will teach in Central City
In regard to: Barry, Catherine.
In regard to: Aug 05 1881

Queen of lady waiters accepts position at hotel
In regard to: O??Shea, Maggie
Aug 22 1881

Soldier and lady saloon-keeper have fight
In regard to: Sturgis
Jan 09 1882

Miss Sharvley accepts hotel position.
In regard to: Shevley, Lottie.
In regard to: McGown, Kittle.
May 13, 1887

Miss Walsh accepts millinery position.
In regard to: Walsh, Lizzie.
In regard to: Schmitz and Monheim.
April 30, 1890

Miss Martin accepts Chicago postion.
In regard to: Martin, Charity.
June 15, 1890

Miss Maggie accepts position.
In regard to: Frew, Maggie.
In regard to: Carr, Hugh.
Nov. 30, 1890

Miss Davis accepts hotel position.
In regard to: Davis, Lillie.
In regard to: Homestake Hotel.
Sept. 9, 1891

Miss Smith accepts waitress position.
In regard to: Smith, Maggie.
In regard to: Bryant, E. Mrs.
Jan. 21, 1892

Miss Johnson accepts waitress position.
In regard to: Johnson, Ida.
In regard to: Lenk, J. J. Mrs.
Dec. 14, 1892

Miss Kemper accepts position.
In regard to: Strachan, Alexander.
In regard to: Kemper, Katie M.
June 17, 1894

Miss Katherine Wheeler, purchasing agent.
In regard to: Wheeler, Katherine.
Dec. 3, 1893

Jessie Skinner and the Union Saloon

Arrested Jessie Skinner for selling fire water
In regard to: Spencer, Charles
Jun 28 1878

Gathered in for selling fire water without license
In regard to: Skinner, Jessie
Jun 28 1878

Arrested for mixing cocktails without authorization
In regard to: Skinner, Jesse
Jul 03 1878

Mrs Skinner very sick, not expected to recover
In regard to: Skinner, Jessie
Aug 07 1878

Gayville only supports one 1st class saloon, Union
In regard to: Gayville
Jun 04 1879

Mrs Skinner, of Union Saloon, has feet paralysis
In regard to: Sisters Hospital
In regard to: Union Saloon
Jul 08 1879

Of Union Saloon, confined with paralysis of feet
In regard to: Skinner, Mrs
Jul 08 1879

Has opened up also in Golden Gate, budge dispenser
In regard to: Skinner, Jessie
Sep 03 1878

Skinner body exhumed.
In regard to: Skinner, Jessie.
In regard to: Flick, W.
In regard to: Conant, Dr.
March 25, 1887

Cynthia Cleveland Woman Attorney

Cynthia Cleveland 1st woman admitted to bar in Dakota
Oct 25 1882
In regard to: Women

Dakota's talented lady lawyer, Cynthia Cleveland
Dec 15 1882
In regard to: Women

Dakota's 1st lady lawyer, defense spoken of higly
Apr 06 1883
In regard to: Cleveland, Miss

Elizabeth Orr, Central City's Lady Physician
Goes On Trial for the Death of Wife, Star and Bullock Employee


Warrant issued for arrest of Elizabeth Orr in death
of Mrs. Holmquist by abortion.

Central City's lady physician
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth
Feb 08 1882

Swedish girl wants situation in private family
In regard to: Holmquist,
May 25 1883

Writes to newspaper in east, asks for servant help
In regard to: Holmquist,
Jun 01 1883

Wanted;immediately, 3 or 4 rooms for housekeeping
In regard to: Holmquist, A.E.
Sep 15 1883

At about 4 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, Mrs. E.A. Holmquist, whose husband has been in the employ of Star and Bullock for some time, was sitting in her parlor conversing with a lady friend, when she was suddenly seized with a trembling, and fell over on the floor dead. She has been troubled for some time with heart disease, but there was no thought of her being in any serious danger. Her husband, E.A. Holmquist, is thus in a moment left alone in the world with three helpless children, in almost a strange land, but we can assure him of the sympathy of the people his little family has so recently come amongst. Funeral on Monday at 2 o'clock p.m.
In regard to: Holmquist, E.A. Mrs. aka Holmquist, Mary C.
In regard to: Holmquist, E.A.
In regard to: Star and Bullock.
December 23, 1883

Warrant issued for arrest of Elizabeth Orr in death of Mrs. Holmquist by abortion.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Holmquist, Mary C.
December 29, 1883

Raffling fine heavy plate silver dining set to raise money to take children to Chicago.
In regard to: Holmquist, A.E.
January 6, 1884

Report of monies received and expended for Holmquist family with balance to defray expense of children traveling to Chicago.
In regard to: E. McDonald and F.C. Poll, committee.
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
In regard to: Hank.
In regard to: Jewett.
In regard to: McDonald, E.
In regard to: Poll, F.C.
In regard to: Fishel and Brothers.
In regard to: Hoyt, Lowe and Masterson.
January 8, 1884

Summary of Elizabeth Orr trial regarding the death of Mrs. Holmquist. Defendant is accused of manslaughter of Mrs. Holmquist who was quick with child.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Holmquist, Mary C.
In regard to: Women.
January 19, 1884

Selected for district court jury in Elizabeth Orr trial.
In regard to: Richards, L.C.
In regard to: Buchanan, W.H.
In regard to: McConley, G.W.
In regard to: Meade, L.G.
In regard to: Allen, C.P.
In regard to: Stout, O.B.
In regard to: Demouth, C.F.
In regard to: Colton, C.W.
In regard to: Kelley, J.S.
In regard to: Wilcox, D.P.
In regard to: Hall, C.W.
In regard to: Carter, Thomas.
January 19, 1884

Witness for the Elizabeth Orr trial regarding the death of Mary Holmquist.
In regard to: Holmquist, Andrew A.
In regard to: Dougherty, Maggie.
In regard to: King, Mary.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
In regard to: Allabaugh, Bertie.
January 19, 1884

Witness for Elizabeth Orr trial regarding death of Mary Holmquist.
In regard to: Daougherty, Daniel.
In regard to: Cranstoun, John Mrs.
In regard to: Holmquist, Mabel.
In regard to: Dickenson, D.K.
In regard to: Rogers, M.
In regard to: O??Neall.
In regard to: Faut, Tom.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Lowe, Will.
In regard to: Edmonds, J.F.
January 20, 1884

Witness in district court case of Elizabeth Orr regarding the death of Mary Holmquist.
In regard to: Baird, Anna L.
In regard to: Ergler, Mrs.
In regard to: Holmquist, E.A.
In regard to: White, J.W.C.
In regard to: Maggie, Daugherty.
In regard to: McCoy, A.A.
January 22, 1884

Verdict of not guilty decided by jury of Elizabeth Orr case.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
January 23, 1884

Witness in Elizabeth Orr case.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Holmquist.
In regard to: Dougherty, Maggie.
In regard to: King, Joe Mrs.
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
February 7, 1884

Appointed as juror on Elizabeth Orr case.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Sweet, Samuel, H.
In regard to: Cooper, Robert
In regard to: Cronin, Dennis.
In regard to: Bell, John.
In regard to: Wheeler, Samuel A.
In regard to: McDermott, E.
In regard to: Biles, William.
In regard to: Roberts, A.J.
In regard to: Brasch, John.
In regard to: Everetts, Chester H.
In regard to: Alber, Martin.
In regard to: Gibson, William.
February 7, 1884

Witness in Elizabeth Orr case.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: O??Neill, J.C.
In regard to: Faught, Thomas B.
In regard to: McKinney, A.
In regard to: Cranston, Fanny.
In regard to: Dickinson, D.K.
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
In regard to: Rogers, M.
In regard to: Ingalls, A.O.
February 8, 1884

District court. Mrs. Orr was discharged from custody.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
March 11, 1884

Death. At the residence of Mrs. Orr, in Central City last evening, of consumption, William Harvey, a native of England, 30 years of age. Deceased was a miner well known in the up gulch and an invalid since last fall.
In regard to: Orr, Mrs.
In regard to: Harvey, William.
April 1, 1884

A.E. Holmquist and children leave by Pierre coach to stay with relatives.
In regard to: Holmquist, A.E.
In regard to: Stagelines.
April 27, 1884

Date under attack of rheumatism.
In regard to: Date, Samuel.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
May 26, 1885

Wall regains use of left eye.
In regard to: Wall, William.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Aug. 4, 1885

Baird back on the street.
In regard to: Baird, L. C.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Oct. 21, 1885

Mrs. Hildreth sick with fever.
In regard to: Hildreth, J. Mrs.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
July 16, 1886

Land patents received from Washington.
In regard to: Keech, Adon D.
In regard to: Wing, Marguerite H.
In regard to: Holmquist, Andrew E.
In regard to: Morris, Charles E.
In regard to: Proctor, George A.
In regard to: Moore, Lydia A.
In regard to: Rogers, Peter L.
In regard to: Gerrans, John C.
In regard to: Bozenet, John.
In regard to: Williams, William H.
In regard to: Erie, Peter L.
In regard to: Bunnell, David H.
In regard to: Bowman, Ed M.
In regard to: Mulholland, Thomas M.
In regard to: Cardinal, Cheophase.
In regard to: Brooks, William A.
Oct. 13, 1886

Rosseer much better.
In regard to: Rosseer, James.
In regard to: Orr, Mrs.
Dec. 29, 1886

Jamsa dies at Central City.
In regard to: Jambsa, Lacoes.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: South Lead Cemetery.
Dec. 29, 1886

Owens much better.
In regard to: Owens, Wyman.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Feb. 6, 1887

Weeden moves business.
In regard to: Weeden, C.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
July 24, 1887

Board of health informal session.
In regard to: Spafford, F. A.
In regard to: Swaine, George D.
In regard to: Kidney, J. M.
In regard to: Bowman, A. H.
In regard to: Sanderson, J. L.
In regard to: Stein, H.
In regard to: Wedelstaedt, Henrich A. L.
In regard to: Louthan, J. M.
In regard to: Conley, P.
In regard to: Cheney, S. B.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: White, J. L. C.
In regard to: Overman, Dr.
Aug. 7, 1887

Unknown lady dies at Central at Elizabeth Orr's
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth
Aug. 26, 1887

District court Jan. 17.
In regard to: Blood, William M.
In regard to: Phillips,
In regard to: Roberts, Thomas E.
In regard to: Whitney, E. W.
In regard to: Ramsdell, Joseph.
In regard to: Richardson, Joseph L.
In regard to: Knight, Andrew J.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Plowman, A. J.
In regard to: Thomas, Charles M.
In regard to: Frank, Alpheus E.
In regard to: Frawley, Henry.
In regard to: Prosser, Moses.
Jan. 17, 1888

Inquest and autopsy on McGimpsey.
In regard to: McGimpsey, Robert.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Weedon, Charles.
In regard to: McDonald, J. H.
In regard to: Shannon, Edward.
In regard to: O??Neal, J. C.
In regard to: Freeman, J. W.
Feb. 22, 1888

Would-be doctor, Elizabeth Orr.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Feb. 22, 1888

Warrant issued for "Doctor" Orr.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Feb. 24, 1888

Elizabeth Orr arraigned.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: McLaughlin, W. L.
In regard to: Frawley, Henry.
Feb. 25, 1888

Orr reported leaving.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Feb. 28, 1888

Orr case goes to grand jury.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
March 1, 1888

District court report March 14.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Jackson, Ira.
In regard to: Deitcher, W.
In regard to: Halliday, Fred.
March 14, 1888

Franier case goes to court.
In regard to: Frainer, Louis.
In regard to: Steidler, Fred A.
In regard to: Plowman, A. J.
In regard to: Ervin, Green.
In regard to: Jackson, Frank.
In regard to: Moore, Van.
In regard to: Stranger.
In regard to: Frainer, George.
In regard to: Moore, Mary.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Garland, James W.
March 16, 1888

District court report March 17.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Sproat, John R.
In regard to: Fox, Alvin.
In regard to: Scollard, John.
March 17, 1888

Dr. Orr's sign taken away.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
March 31, 1888

Ramsey in precarious condition.
In regard to: Ramsey, William.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
June 15, 1888

Mrs. Orr very sick.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Dec. 20, 1890

Deadwood Abortion Issues

There are professional abortionists in this town
In regard to: Health
Jan 21 1880

Physician in town felt to be an abortionist
In regard to: Abortion
Feb 07 1880

Abortionists have a lucrative business in Deadwood
In regard to: Health
Apr 29 1880

Is coroner of Lawrence, wants names of abortionist
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
Apr 30 1880

Coroner to examine bodies of possible abortions
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
May 01 1880

Cases of abortions performed that proved fatal
In regard to: Health
May 01 1880

Charged Fred Sawyer with abortion and concealment
In regard to: Sawyer, Effie A.
In regard to: Sawyer, Fred B.
Nov 06 1880

Warrant issued for arrest of Elizabeth Orr in death of Mrs. Holmquist by abortion.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Holmquist, Mary C.
December 29, 1883

Abortion another outrage.
In regard to: Meissier, Emma.
In regard to: Woods, Brad.
In regard to: Pierce, Mose.
In regard to: Seedall, Joe.
In regard to: Crist, Squire B.
In regard to: Dickinson, D. K.
In regard to: Rogers, Morris.
In regard to: Catholic cemetery.
Sept. 10, 1889

Madame Henrico, Medical Clairvoyant, Fortune Teller, Dressmaker
Modern shylock Henrico Livinston Takes on Father Rosen and The Catholic Church


Medical clairvoyant and fortune teller, at Gayville
In regard to: Henrico, Madame
Aug 06 1877

Know thy destiny, medical clairvoyant, ad
In regard to: Henrico, Madame
Oct 27 1877

Application for a Patent
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Dec 02 1882

Application for a Patent
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Dec 02 1882

Henrico permitted to make application for patent
In regard to: Harry Livinston lode.
Mar 04 1883

Father Rosen purchased lot on Upper Main for school
In regard to: Rosen, Father
Jun 03 1883

Father Rosen sold land he purchased for Catholic school
In regard to: Catholic Church
Jun 08 1883

Father transferred to school board land he purchased
In regard to: Rosen, Father
Jun 08 1883

Fortune teller, claims ground as hers, building stopped
In regard to: Livinston, Miss
Jun 20 1883

Lady with power of peering into realm of dim future
In regard to: Livinston, Mrs
Jul 06 1883

Found guilty of assault, fined $5 and costs
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Jul 07 1883

Father employing laborers to build barn
In regard to: Rosen, Father
Aug 11 1883

Upset with laborers dumping dirt on her lot
In regard to: Livinston, Miss
Aug 11 1883

Charged with assault, plead not guilty
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Aug 15 1883

Wants restraining order against Father Rosen
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Aug 26 1883

Anniversary of Father's arrival, accomplished much
In regard to: Rosen, Peter Father
Sep 09 1883

Case against him for assault and battery taken up
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sep 14 1883

Jury came in with verdict of not guilty
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sep 15 1883

Commenced suit against Father Rosen
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sep 21 1883

Trial continued, intoxicated condition of witness
In regard to: Rosen, Peter Father
Sep 22 1883

Father extends thanks to good people of Deadwood
In regard to: Rosen, Peter Father
Sep 23 1883

Plaintiff's application for injunction denied
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sep 26 1883

Rosen, Brinkerhoff and Rodebank released of charges
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Oct 03 1883

Discharged, no evidence to hold him on trespassing
In regard to: Rosen, Peter Father
Oct 03 1883

Patent received for Livinston lode.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Nov. 7, 1884

Livinston disputes Pioneer statement.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sept 13, 1885

Livinston indicted.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Jan. 22, 1886

Henrico takes up residence.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Jan. 23, 1886

Descend and decamp.
In regard to: Garr, Ben.
In regard to: Telephone lines.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
May 23, 1886

Girard served notice.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Livinston, Rose.
In regard to: Girard, Joseph.
Sept. 22, 1886

Livinston insanity case continued.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Oct. 8, 1886

Modern shylock Henrico Livinston.
In regard to: Land office.
In regard to: Harry Livinston lode.
In regard to: Sparks, William A. J.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Caulfield, Barney G.
April 20, 1887

Land office business July 13.
In regard to: Land office.
In regard to: Knull, D. R.
In regard to: Lead.
In regard to: Blunck, E. T.
In regard to: Murphy, Thomas.
In regard to: Lancaster, J. E.
In regard to: King, Peter.
In regard to: Harry Livinston Lode.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
July 13, 1887

Report on Miller's death.
In regard to: Lynn, William.
In regard to: Miller, John H.
In regard to: Miller, Robert.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
March 17, 1888

Livinston in hock.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
April 17, 1888

Livinston arraigned and remanded.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
April 18, 1888

Overdose incapacitates Chinese prisoner.
In regard to: Quin Quin.
In regard to: Doughterty, Charles.
In regard to: Jackson, Frank P.
In regard to: Sweatman, A. L.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Rorapaugh, H. Clark.
April 25, 1888

Mrs. Livinston back in jail.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
May 3, 1888

Mining claims deeded to church.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Catholic church.
Oct. 6, 1889

Mineral vs. townsite.
In regard to: Land office.
In regard to: Deadwood.
In regard to: Catholic church.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Nov. 2, 1889

Laborers arrested for language.
In regard to: Stockmorton, A. B.
In regard to: Jones, Louis.
In regard to: Westinger, E.
In regard to: McDonald, R. B.
In regard to: Palmer, Andrew.
In regard to: Evans, Robert.
In regard to: Damon, J. Harry.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Star, Solomon.
August 1, 1891

Dismissal granted in Livinston case.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
August 4, 1891

Livinston cases dismissed.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Rose, Richard.
In regard to: Doe, John.
In regard to: Evans, Roberts.
August 5, 1891

Mrs. Livinston arrested.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
August 11, 1891

Mrs. Livinston demands jury trial.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
August 12, 1891

A learned justice.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Bennett, Granville G.
In regard to: Stannus, John.
Aug. 15, 1891

Madame Henrico Livinston Genealogy
1880 Federal Census Deadwood


Name: Henrico Livinston
Age: 37
Estimated birth year: 1843
Birthplace: Maryland
Occupation: Dressmaker
Relationship to head-of-household: Self
Home in 1880: Deadwood, Lawrence, Dakota Territory
Marital status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Female
Father's birthplace: ENG
Mother's birthplace: ENG

Madam Frenchy

Brought charges against Carrie Murray, a bad girl
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs
Jul 31 1879

Opened out a restaurant at fair grounds
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs
Sep 22 1880

Will give grand Christmas dinner at her house
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs
Dec 25 1880

Madam Frenchy tells the future and past on Main St.
In regard to: Frenchy, Madam
Apr 16 1881

Fined for not appearing in court
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs.
Dec 31 1881

Remained calm, sat quietly in room smoking, safe
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs
May 19 1883

Mr. and Mrs. Frenchy and how Mrs. Frenchy was a slave and sold many times in her life, ending up in Deadwood.
In regard to: Frenchy.
In regard to: Black Americans.
May 4, 1884

Female Tonsorial Artists

Has a female barber, she's a good one too
In regard to: Central City
Sep 18 1878

Has a female barber, boys says she can shave best
In regard to: Central City
Jan 15 1879

Artistic tonsorial artist of Terraville adds chair
In regard to: Allen, John W.
Jun 17 1880

To be the new tonsorial artist at Allens Barber Shop
In regard to: Hickey, Mrs
Jun 17 1880

Dr. Lizzie S. Barr Lady Doctor In Search of Betrothed
Matrimonial Newspaper Response


Dr. Bain at the Wentworth.
Jan. 11, 1887
Dr. Lizzie Bain, New York, registered at the Wentworth yesterday.
In regard to: Barr, Lizzie S.

Buxom lady seeks betrothed.
Jan. 13, 1887
Chicago matrimonial paper circulating in Carbonate, where party of practical jokers propose in the name of well known Boniface. Coach brings in buxom maiden in search of her betrothed. Further developments are anxiously awaited.
In regard to: Carbonate.
In regard to: Hugginson, William.
In regard to: Barr, Lizzie S., Dr.
In regard to: Iron Hill Mine, Seth Bullock Investor, Carbonate

Bit of romance.
Jan. 14, 1887
Miss Hattie La Barr, recently arrived through correspondence in Chicago matrimonial paper, dismisses circumstances of mysterious proposal and declares intention to remain in the Hills.
In regard to: Hugginson, William.
In regard to: Clark,
In regard to: Barr, Lizzie S.

Failed marital mission.
Feb. 22, 1887
Mrs. Dr. Lizzie S. Barr, who visited the Hills on a marital mission and failed, departed yesterday for Kansas City.
In regard to: Barr, Lizzie S.

Dr. Barr locates at Springer house.
Jan. 21, 1887
A note from Dr. Lizzie S. Barr, announces she has located in the Springer house and will treat patients at her office or at their residence. The subject of Carbonate romance speculation, Hattie LaBarr, the doctor explains.
In regard to: Barr, Lizzie S.

Dr. Barr didn't leave.
Jan. 21, 1887
Dr. Lizzie S. Barr did not leave for the east yesterday.
In regard to: Barr, Lizzie S.

A flourishing business.
Feb. 9, 1887
Miss Dr. Lizzie Barr, who recently established an office in Lead City, is reported to be doing a flourishing business.
In regard to: Barr, Lizzie S.

Dr. Barr leaves for Kansas.
Feb. 20, 1887
Dr. Lizzie Barr, the young lady who caused so much comment at Carbonate some time ago, will leave for Kansas City to establish business there. She has the warmest feelings toward the people of Lead.
In regard to: Barr, Lizzie S.

Failed marital mission.
Feb. 22, 1887
Mrs. Dr. Lizzie S. Barr, who visited the Hills on a marital mission and failed, departed yesterday for Kansas City.
In regard to: Barr, Lizzie S.

Black Hills Hotel, Carbonate.
March 1, 1887
The Black Hills Hotel, under the management of William Hugginson, Carbonate, Dakota Territory. Four daily coaches to and from Deadwood.
In regard to: Black Hills Hotel.
In regard to: Hugginson, William.

Rainbow keeping Carbonate lively.
April 13, 1887
Jesse Rainbow for a time made it extremely lively for the boys of Carbonate. He was corraled and arraigned before Lord High Executioner Billy Hugginson.
In regard to: Rainbow, Jesse.
In regard to: Hugginson, William

Notorious Mrs. Elizabeth Lovell Maliciously Shoots Citizen
Woman defends land like historic female knight


Elizabeth Lovell and Johnny Rogers
Both Destined To Meet A Sad Fate

Mine Jumped by a Woman in Chinatown, Elizabeth Lovell
Jan 15 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Peterson, James M., Sheriff
In regard to: Cleveland, Jeff C.

A woman not to be taken alive
June 26, 1878
In regard to: Women.
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Stand Off of Sheriff??s Posse
In regard to: Torney, John
In regard to: Maclay, John G.
In regard to: Brewer, George

Bought lot next to Elizabeth Lovell, asked for it!
Jul 29 1878
In regard to: Johnson, Francis

Killed on Sunday afternoon after attack on Rogers
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Killed by John Rogers, who acted in self-defense
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Improving rapidly, playing piano again
Oct 25 1878
In regard to: Rogers, John

Johnny Rogers wife, prominent position at Langrishe Theatre
Oct 28 1878
In regard to: Rogers, Mrs Johnny

Women in Trouble with the Law

Capt Dodson arrested for tearing down Neil's fence
In regard to: Dodson,
Sep 10 1880

Capt tried for malicious mischief, tore down wall
In regard to: Dodson,
Oct 08 1880

Filed complaint against Mrs Neill, malicious misch
In regard to: Dodson,
Oct 14 1880

Captain filed complaint against Mrs. Maggie Neill
In regard to: Dodson,
Oct 15 1880

Case against Mrs Neill continued until this mornin
In regard to: Dodson,
Oct 20 1880

Mrs Neill found guilty, $10 worth, on assault
In regard to: Dodson,
Oct 21 1880

Aunt Lu's Boarding House, Lucretia Marshbanks, Proprietress

"Mother DeSmet" to Miners and Mine Superintendents

Found, two notes given by Brown to Marshbanks
In regard to: Brown, Mathew
In regard to: Marshbanks, Aunt Lu
Jun 18 1879

Golden Gate candidate for ring in popularity contest
In regard to: Marshbanks, Aunt Lu
Aug 15 1879

General time of resignation at the DeSmet
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
May 08 1880

"Aunt Lou" prepared supper for farewell testimonial
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia
Jan 11 1881

In town shopping
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
May 14 1881

One of the first women to visit West Virginia City
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Aug 08 1881

Aunt Lou on her way to visit dying brother
In regard to: Leadville
Aug 16 1881

Returns to Rapid after sorrowful visit to Leadville
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sep 13 1881

Mother of Father DeSmet still reigns supreme
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov 14 1881

"Times" tells about highly respected colored lady
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Dec 12 1881

Visited Deadwood
In regard to: Marshbank, Miss
Dec 13 1881

At Dickenson reception
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Feb 23 1882

Aunt Lou in city yesterday, 1st time in many months
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia
Jul 21 1882

Mother DeSmet, was in town shopping
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Dec 10 1882

Tired of working for other people, opened boarding house.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Gregg, Harry
June 05 1883

Came down from Central yesterday to do shopping
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Bogle,
June 06 1883

Will be overrun providing dinners
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Jun 12 1883

Came down yesterday to do some shopping
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Aug 09 1883

Arrivals and departures.
In regard to: Stagelines.
In regard to: Hilyard, E.
In regard to: Blair, H.
In regard to: Cooper,
In regard to: Alexander, A. C.
In regard to: Ames, L.
In regard to: Marshbanks.
In regard to: Blitts, Lillie.
In regard to: House, J. M.
In regard to: Hunter, F. C.
In regard to: Gray, J. M.
March 27, 1885

Aunt Lou breaks left arm.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
June 5, 1885

Aunt Lou able to attend business.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
June 26, 1885

Aunt Lou visits in Lead.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
July 3, 1885

Summons.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Tann, G. A.
In regard to: Murrin, Thomas D.
Nov. 13, 1885

Aunt Lou beautifies boarding house.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov. 25, 1885

Letcher and Scott married.
In regard to: Letcher, Daniel W.
In regard to: Scott, Alice.
In regard to: Martin, E. H.
In regard to: Marshall, Harry.
In regard to: Marshbanks,
In regard to: Wilson, John R.
Jan. 14, 1886

Constable's sale.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Taun, G. A.
In regard to: Murrin, Thomas D.
In regard to: Woods, Brad C.
In regard to: Harvey, Thomas E.
March 2, 1886

Aunt Lou starts for Nashville.
In regard to: Aunt Lou also Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
May 21, 1886

Aunt Lou returns much improved.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
May 27, 1886

Aunt Lou looking 20 years younger.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
June 23, 1886

Passenger lists July 23.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
July 23, 1886

Martin dies of mine injury.
In regard to: Oleson, Martin.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Aug. 27, 1886

Aunt Lou looking for retirement place.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sept. 1, 1886

Aunt Lou to purchase ranch.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sept. 17, 1886

Mrs. Porter takes over for Aunt Lou.
In regard to: Porter, A. M.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sept. 18, 1886

Aunt Lou visits.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sept. 29, 1886

Aunt Lou??s wallpaper.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Oct. 18, 1885

Doors thrown wide open.
In regard to: Porter, A. M. Mrs.
In regard to: Marschbanks, Lucretia.
Oct. 1, 1886

Aunt Lou to winter on the ranch.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Oct. 21, 1886

Carey rents boarding house.
In regard to: Carey, Thomas.
In regard to: Porter, A. M. Mrs.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov. 18, 1886

Richard takes over Aunt Lou??s.
In regard to: Richard, John.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov. 20, 1886

Ne??er-do-well arrested.
In regard to: Russell, Henry.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Dunn, William L.
In regard to: Rosebrough, Charles.
Dec. 18, 1886

Richards to take boarders.
In regard to: Richards, J. R.
In regard to: Johns, Richard.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Dec. 22, 1886

Hall??s court Dec. 22.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Russell, Henry.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: McLaughlin, Will.
In regard to: Halliday, Nora.
In regard to: Phaskel, William.
In regard to: Dunn, William L.
In regard to: Fink, Joseph.
In regard to: Swearingen, Albert E.
In regard to: Duffy, John C.
Dec. 22, 1886

Aunt Lou in the city.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
March 29, 1887

Aunt Lou returns to her ranch.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
March 30, 1887

Marshall to take unto himself a wife.
In regard to: Marshall, Harry J. P.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
May 21, 1887

Marshall and Marshbanks married.
In regard to: Marshall, Harry J. P.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
In regard to: Buss, W. H.
May 24, 1887

Times rustler at Carbonate camp.
In regard to: Carbonate camp.
In regard to: Wright, Harry Mrs.
In regard to: Adelphi Mine.
In regard to: Wright, Harry.
In regard to: Iron Hill smelter.
In regard to: Black Hills Hotel.
In regard to: Holidays.
In regard to: Johnson, S. P.
In regard to: Forrest, Isaac.
In regard to: LaBarre, Pete.
In regard to: Brook, Al.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov. 18, 1887

Mrs. Marshal caring for sister.
In regard to: Marshal, Harry Mrs.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Dec. 21, 1887

Central City improvements.
In regard to: LaRose and Company.
In regard to: Lenk, J. J. and Son.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Dickinson and Cornes.
In regard to: Story, Charles.
In regard to: Norton, Frank.
In regard to: Fairview mill.
In regard to: Central City.
May 1, 1888

Aunt Lou DeSmet visiting sister.
In regard to: Marshal, Harry Mrs.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
June 17, 1888

"Aunt Lou" dies at Beulah.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
March 27, 1890

Aunt Lou tired, but not dead.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Marshal, Harry.
March 28, 1890

Federal Census Data, Aunt Lu was still giving it her best as of 1910

Name: Lucretia Marshbanks
Age in 1910: 78
Estimated birth year: abt 1832
Birthplace: Tennessee
Home in 1910: Beulah, Crook, Wyoming
Gender: Female

Dwyer and Odell's Deadwood Gambling Establishment
Romeo Charles Dwyer and Jack Odell Proprietors

Judge Hall and Mayor Star try to put a cinch on ruffianism, gambling and prostitution by pulling gambling houses 1890.

Longtime Madame and Mother Dwyer, Hattie Bell Dies
Brothel Partner and Wife Mary Dwyer Opts to Open a Women's Seminary


Double Suicide in the Bad Lands

Gem Theatre ruffian beat young man who died later
In regard to: Gem Theatre
In regard to: O'Dell, Jack
Dec 17 1880

Jack O'Dell Beat young man so severely he died from the effect
In regard to: O'Dell, Jack
Dec 17 1880

Arrested for assault by Officer Dunn
In regard to: Odell, J.
In regard to: Dunn, Bill
Jan 26 1881

Charged Odell $5 fine and costs for assault on Main
In regard to: Giddings, William
In regard to: O'Dell, Jack
Jan 26 1881

Accidentally stabbed by Campbell at Gem Theater
In regard to: Odell, Jack
Oct 17 1881

Accompanied Lawrenson to arrest Dittenhoffer
In regard to: Odell,
Mar 31 1882

New bills presented to city council
In regard to: O'Dell, J.
May 04 1882

Finance committee reported favorably on bills
In regard to: O'Dell, J.
May 16 1882

Hotel arrivals at Merchants Hotel
In regard to: Odell, J.
Jul 18 1882

Hotel arrivals at Cosmopolitan Hotel
In regard to: Odell, J.
Aug 01 1882

Acquitted on assault charge, evidence insufficient
In regard to: O??Dell, John
Aug 16 1882

Byrne and Odell beat Blodgett beyond recognition
In regard to: Odell, Jack
In regard to: Byrne, John
In regard to: Blodgett, Sam
Nov 07 1882

Both jaws broken by kicks to face, badly beaten
In regard to: Blodgett, Sam
Nov 07 1882

Mrs Lindenbower sends daughter after liquor, drunk
In regard to: Mrs Lindenbower
Jan 04 1883

Mayor orders saloons to quit selling liquor to her
In regard to: Lindenbower, Mrs.
Jan 04 1883

Hardest man this side of Calaverus Co, in town
In regard to: Buckskin Bill
Jun 14 1883

Arrested for assaulting a woman on lower Main St
In regard to: Buckskin Bill
In regard to: Lindenbower, Mrs. Etta
Jul 08 1883

Found in sick, destitute and wrecked condition
In regard to: Lindenbower, Mrs
Oct 03 1883

On Sunday morning the Times advertised for the parents of the little girl, Nellie Driesdale, to come and get their child. The father, a most worthy man, who has been searching for her ever since her leaving home, saw the notice yesterday and last evening came down from Blacktail, where he resides, and took charge of her. Jack Odell saw the little waif on the street and provided her with a comfortable home, where she remained until yesterday morning when she went to Charles Posner??s and was taken care of by his family.
In regard to: Driesdale, Nellie.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
In regard to: Posner, Charles.
In regard to: Blacktail.
November 20, 1883

J.B. Clark, alias Bucksin Bill, the man who died at Sturgis City, due mention of which was made in the Times, was buried in Potter??s Field, yesterday, by Coroner Smith. This man will be remembered as the party who assaulted Mrs. Lindenbower, was indicted by the grand jury, plead guilty, and served out his sentence, sixty days in the county jail, and a few days after his discharge again assaulted her, for which he received at the hands of unknown parties a wholesome castigation. He drifted off to Sturgis, where he was, as when here, a drunken, worthless nuisance, and not a soul who ever knew or heard of him felt any regret at his untimely taking off, and not a person outside of those whose duty it was to bury paupers, went near him or attended his funeral. His life was a miserable failure.
In regard to: Clark, J.B.
In regard to: Buckskin Bill
In regard to: Smith
In regard to: Lindenbower, Mrs.
In regard to: Sturgis
December 11, 1883

Mesdames Phillips and Lockwood, over Zipp's store, are conducting a private boarding house,
that is as near the ideal as is usually attained.
In regard to: Phillips, Mrs.
In regard to: Lockwood, Mrs.
In regard to: Zipp??s.
February 26, 1884

Odell arrested.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
In regard to: Russian Alice.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Tyler, William Pitt.
In regard to: Dunn, William L.
Aug. 27, 1884

Lindenbower returns from tour.
In regard to: Lindenbower.
In regard to: Dority, Daniel T.
Nov. 16, 1884

District court.
In regard to: Church, William E.
In regard to: Dawson, Andrew R. Z.
In regard to: Webster, R. C.
In regard to: Vosburgh, Theodore.
In regard to: McDonald, A.
In regard to: Gundy, Henry.
In regard to: Rayner, George.
In regard to: O??Dell, Jack.
In regard to: Pettijohn, James.
In regard to: Stroop, William.
In regard to: Simpson, Levi.
In regard to: Hilton, John.
Jan. 10, 1885

Tom and Jerry mix.
In regard to: Lindenbower.
In regard to: Day, Billy.
Jan. 21, 1885

Lindenbower leaves for Butte.
In regard to: Lindenbower, W. J.
Jan. 27, 1885

Biscollio to appeal guilty judgment.
In regard to: Biscollio, Fred, harpists
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
Aug. 12, 1885

Issues between Mrs. Bell and young Dandridge.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Dandridge, Damon.
Sept. 16, 1886

Boscolio arraigned.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
Nov. 27, 1886

Boscolio case dismissed.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
Dec. 1, 1886

Warrant issued for Boscolio.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Duffy, John C.
April 20, 1887

Boscolio not found.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
April 21, 1887

Italian harp player Sabe?
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Chilson, Miss.
April 22, 1887

Marshal Dunn almost ready to soar.
In regard to: Dunn, William L.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Bounds, Jack.
In regard to: Waddell, Nick.
In regard to: Manning, Jack.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
April 26, 1887

Harp shipped to skipper.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
May 3, 1887

Accident injures Misses Brooks and May.
In regard to: May, Blanche.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Geddes, Jim.
In regard to: Kirke, Hazel aka Laundy, Julia.
In regard to: Babcock, Lyman F.
Sept. 22, 1887

Larceny of blocks and planks.
In regard to: Damon, Harry.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
Oct. 2, 1887

Grand opening this evening.
In regard to: Lawson, Charley.
In regard to: Mahan, John.
In regard to: Weeden, Levi.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
Dec. 3, 1887

Hattie's fire put out by hand.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Fire.
Dec. 13, 1887

Elegant piano at Lawson and Dwyer.
In regard to: Graves, F. W.
In regard to: Lawson and Dwyer.
Jan. 21, 1888

Double suicide in the Bad Lands.
In regard to: Lindenbower, Etta.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
In regard to: Lindenbower, William.
In regard to: Riley, Pete.
In regard to: Trudell, Patrick H.
In regard to: Connolly, Joseph.
In regard to: Kirke, Hazel aka Laundy, Julia.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Wright, William H.
In regard to: Bean, W. W.
In regard to: West, John.
In regard to: Mauss, John.
In regard to: Catholic cemetery.
March 28, 1888

Laundy and Lindenbower inquests.
In regard to: Laundy, Julia.
In regard to: Rogers, M.
In regard to: West, John.
In regard to: Benn, W. W.
In regard to: Mauss, John.
In regard to: Lindenbower, Etta.
March 29, 1888

Lindenbower funeral today.
In regard to: Lindenbower, Etta.
March 29, 1888

Laundy funeral well attended.
In regard to: Laundy, Julia.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Catholic cemetery.
March 29, 1888

Lindenbower funeral.
In regard to: Lindenbower, Etta.
In regard to: Mount Moriah.
In regard to: Buss, William H.
March 30, 1888

Bonetto and Thornton married.
In regard to: Bonetto, Antone.
In regard to: Thornton, Racita.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
May 22, 1888

County grants liquor licenses.
In regard to: Lawrence County Commission.
In regard to: Keith, J. G.
In regard to: Manning, John.
In regard to: Maillard and Jacobs.
In regard to: Walton and Otice.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Byrnes, J. S.
In regard to: Hutchins and Rau.
In regard to: Faught, T. B.
In regard to: Dillon, M. W.
In regard to: McLeod, A.
In regard to: Delaney, John.
In regard to: Hearst, George.
In regard to: Sparks, Thomas J.
In regard to: Simonson, E.
In regard to: Lithgrow and Brown.
In regard to: Grier, T. J.
In regard to: Haskell, Belle.
July 3, 1888

Romeo in great trouble.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mrs.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R. aka Dwyer, Romeo
July 24, 1888

Romeo returns from exciting adventure.
In regard to: Dwyer, Romeo aka Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
July 27, 1888

Hattie Bell pleads guilty.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
Aug. 8, 1888

Dwyer lunch counter and restaurant.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
Nov. 1, 1888

Nineteen licensed package dealers.
In regard to: Prohibition.
In regard to: Keith, J. G.
In regard to: Fassold, John.
In regard to: Schubert, Jacob.
In regard to: Grant, W. E.
In regard to: Duncan and Arthur.
In regard to: Haller, James.
In regard to: Nelson, John A.
In regard to: Hayes, Joseph.
In regard to: Wilson, George A.
In regard to: Rebsamen, Julius.
In regard to: Swearingen, Albert E.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Finan, John.
In regard to: Sutton, Thomas.
In regard to: Simpson, Benjamin.
In regard to: Farnene and Riley.
In regard to: Smith, F. X.
In regard to: Ranklin and Carr.
In regard to: Allen, Rau and Mills.
July 3, 1890

Odell to open cigar emporium.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
Sept. 2, 1890

Gambling house raided.
In regard to: Dwyer and O'Dell.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: O'Dell, John.
In regard to: Sessions, Fred.
In regard to: Holstein, G. H.
In regard to: Stell, Eugene.
In regard to: Christenson, Thomas.
In regard to: McDonald, George.
In regard to: Ehringer, Fred.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
Nov. 20, 1890

Justice court report November 21.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: McDonald, George.
In regard to: Stell, Eugene.
In regard to: McBeth, Frank.
In regard to: McCarthy, James.
In regard to: Connors, Joseph.
Nov. 21, 1890

Another haul at Dwyer and O'Dell.
In regard to: Dwyer and O'Dell.
In regard to: Gambling.
In regard to: Hall, George H. Judge
Nov. 21, 1890

States vs Macbeth and Dwyer.
In regard to: Macbeth, Frank.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
Nov. 22, 1890

Gambling houses pulled.
In regard to: Dwyer and Odell.
In regard to: Gambling.
In regard to: Hall, George H. Judge
In regard to: Welch, Morris.
In regard to: Sutherland, James.
In regard to: Lilly, Dan.
In regard to: Mills, Frank.
In regard to: Walton, Thomas.
In regard to: Lewis, Henry.
In regard to: Lewy, French.
In regard to: Swearingen, Albert E.
In regard to: Fish, John.
In regard to: Nelson, John.
In regard to: Smith, Charles.
In regard to: Rankin, Tex.
In regard to: Fassold, Jack.
In regard to: Hewitt, Robert.
In regard to: Ryan, William.
In regard to: Davis, John.
In regard to: DeBellwa, Frank.
In regard to: Steinmetz, John.
In regard to: McGoff, George.
Nov. 27, 1890

Circuit court report November 29.
In regard to: Leason, John.
In regard to: Stone, Dudley.
In regard to: Crow, Christopher.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Odell, John.
Nov. 29, 1890

Gambling equipment released to Larsh.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Knight, Andrew J.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: O??Dell, John.
In regard to: Larsh, John.
In regard to: Rice, W. G.
Dec. 14, 1890

Justice court report December 5.
In regard to: Heenan, Charles H.
In regard to: Cooper, Charles H. aka Heenan, Charles H.
In regard to: Doe, John.
In regard to: Peterson, Julius.
In regard to: Sutherland, James.
In regard to: Fassold, Jack.
In regard to: Swearingen, Albert E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: O??Dell, John.
In regard to: Stannus, John.
Dec. 5, 1890

Justice court report May 5.
In regard to: Mills, Frank.
In regard to: Kane, Alice.
In regard to: Morley, A. J.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
May 5, 1891

Default judgment favors Gunn.
In regard to: Gunn, M. A. and Company.
In regard to: Dwyer, C. R.
Nov. 3, 1891

Madam Bell lying at point of death.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
Dec. 6, 1891

Madame Hattie Bell dies.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie aka Lockwood, Hattie.
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie.
In regard to: Dwyer, C. R., son
In regard to: Dandridge, Damon.
In regard to: Mount Moriah.
Dec. 8, 1891

Deputy Sweet taking Hattie Bell inventory.
In regard to: Sweet, Sam.
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie aka Bell, Hattie
Dec. 9, 1891

Mrs. Dwyer arraigned.
In regard to: Hall, William H. Judge
In regard to: Dwyer, Romeo Mrs. aka Dwyer, Charles R. Mrs. aka Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
Dec. 16, 1891

Mrs. Dwyer and Hattie Bell operating house.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mrs.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie aka Lockwood, Hattie
Dec. 18, 1891

Lockwood estate valued at $4,000.
In regard to: Colman, Nathan Judge
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie aka Bell, Hattie
Jan. 27, 1892

Dwyer protests Colman's petition.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Colman, Nathan. Judge
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie B.
Jan. 28, 1892

Dwyer files in Bell estate.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R., son of Hattie Bell Lockwood
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie Bell.
In regard to: Rewman, Paul.
In regard to: Daudet, Jules.
Jan. 29, 1892

Lamp falls and starts fire.
In regard to: Bodega.
In regard to: Fire
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
Feb. 12, 1892

County court report March 2.
In regard to: Colman, Nathan.
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie B.
In regard to: McBride, John.
In regard to: Boyer, Walter.
In regard to: Miller, James K. P.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 2, 1892

Dwyer property seized.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 13, 1892

More claims against Dwyer.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 15, 1892

Colman administrator of Bell estate.
In regard to: Colman, Nathan. Judge
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie B. aka Bell, Hattie
March 15, 1892

Ah Fin vs. Mary Dwyer.
In regard to: Ah Fin.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 19, 1892

Dwyer property appraised.
In regard to: Zoellner Brothers.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 22, 1892

Dwyers to open women's seminary.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 27, 1892

Hanson traveling for typewriter company.
In regard to: Hanson, H. B.
April 9, 1892

Circuit court report April 13.
In regard to: Slossan, Esther M.
In regard to: Davis, James.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Railroads.
In regard to: VanCise, Edwin P.
April 13, 1892

1880 Federal Census Women as Head of Household

Occupation Miner

Named: Christin RETTERY
Age: 34
Estimated birth year:
Birthplace: DEN
Occupation: Miner
Relationship to head-of-household: Something other than a direct relationship
Home in 1880: South Bend, Lawrence, Dakota Territory
Marital status: Single
Race: White
Gender: Female
Father's birthplace: DEN
Mother's birthplace: DEN

Name: Desire MORRIS
Age: 26
Estimated birth year:
Birthplace: Canada
Occupation: Miner
Relationship to head-of-household: Something other than a direct relationship
Home in 1880: Terraville, Lawrence, Dakota Territory
Marital status: Single
Race: White
Gender: Female
Father's birthplace: Canada
Mother's birthplace: Canada

Central woman staking claim in new carbonate camp
Aug 08 1881
In regard to: Kam, John, Mrs.
In regard to: Carbonate Camp

1880 Federal Census Women as Head of Household

Name, City, County, State, Est Year Born, Birth Place, Head of Household, Marital Status, Race, Occupation

H. M. CAMERON Lawrence, DT New York Self, widowed, white, Keeps Boarders

E. B. CLERY Lawrence, DT Virginia Self, widowed, white, School Teacher

Mary JENSEN Lawrence, DT DEN Self, widowed, white

Elizabeth HART Anchor City, Lawrence, DT ENG Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Mary O'BRIEN Anchor City, Lawrence, DT Ohio Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Mary WILLSON Anchor City, Lawrence, DT Wisconsin Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Annie E. SMOTHERS Bear Butte Creek And Spring Creek Valley, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, widowed, white, Farmer

Mary RHODE Belle Fourche, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, widowed, white, Farmer and Stock Raiser

Elizabeth ROSE Belle Fourche, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, widowed, white, Farmer

Eva DIFFENBACHER Boulder Park, Bear Butte Creek, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, single, white, School Teacher

Sarah ERB Box Elder Creek, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, married, white, Hotel Keeper

Caroline WARD Box Elder Creek, Lawrence, DT Ohio Self, married, white, Keeping House

Mary CALHAN Centennial Prairie, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, widowed, white, Farming

Emma DENMAN Centennial Prairie, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, married, white, Keeping House

Eliza AUSTIN Central City, Lawrence, DT New York Self, widowed, white, School Teacher

Ella E. BORCHIE Central City, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, single, white, Housekeeper

Matilda BOYCE Central City, Lawrence, DT Ohio Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Louise DE CATOERE Central City, Lawrence, DT FRA Self, single, white, House Keeping

Anne M. FAY Central City, Lawrence, DT Ohio Self, married, white, Keeping House

Elizabeth HOFFMAN Central City, Lawrence, DT PRU Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

H. E. MITCHELL Central City, Lawrence, DT Vermont Self, widowed, white, Hotel Keeper

Nancy PEA Central City, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, single, white, Keeping House

Frankie RENNEY Central City, Lawrence, DT Colorado Self, single, white, Housekeeping

Ella RICH Central City, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, single, white, House Keeper

Hattie SIMPSON Central City, Lawrence, DT New York Self, widowed, white, Hotel Keeper

Maggie BLAKE Crook City, Lawrence, DT ENG Self, married, white, Boarding House

Lucy WILLIAMS Crook City, Lawrence, DT New Hampshire Self, widowed, white, Dress Maker

Mary E. GRUBBS Crow Peek, Iron Creek And Potatoe And Beaver Gulches, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, widowed, white, Farmer

Emmiline AKIN Deadwood, Lawrence, DT New York Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Johana BATTEY Deadwood, Lawrence, DT PRU Self, widowed, white

L. A. BITHUGA Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Wisconsin Self, married, white, House Keeper

Elizabeth BOYER Deadwood, Lawrence, DT New Hampshire Self, married, white, Cook

Hattie BROOKS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT ENG Self, single, white, Keeping House

Maggie BURNS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Ohio Self, married, white, Dressmaker

Ida CLARK Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Massachusetts Self, single, white, Boarding House

R. A. CLARK Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, married, white, Milliner

Ella CLAYTON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, single, white, Dressmaker

R. CRATDOCK Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Kentucky Self, divorced, Mulatto, Laundry

Lulu DAYLEY Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Louisiana Self, married, white, House Keeper

Jane DEAFFENBACH Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

May DIGUN Deadwood, Lawrence, DT CHINA Self, single, Chinese, Keeps House

Lue DOW Deadwood, Lawrence, DT CHINA Self, single, Chinese, Keeping House

Jennie DUCHESNEAU Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Canada Self, single, white, Boarding House

Julia FRANCIS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Kentucky Self, widowed, black, House Keeper

Maggie GOUGHNOUR Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Iowa Self, single, white, Milliner

Addie M. GRAY Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Wisconsin Self, single, white, School Teacher

Gertie GREEN Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, single, white, Seamstress

Mary HALE Deadwood, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, widowed, white

Hattie HARNETT Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Canada Self, widowed, white, Housekeeper

Henrietta HARRIS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Louisiana Self, single, white, House Keeper

Francis HASSHAW Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Virginia Self, divorced, Mulatto, House Keeper

Julia M. HENRY Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, widowed, white, House Keeper

M. J. HERMAN Deadwood, Lawrence, DT ENG Self, widowed, white, Dress Maker

Jennie HINES Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Canada Self, single, white, House Keeper

HO Deadwood, Lawrence, DT CHINA Self, single, Chinese, Keeping House

Nora HOLODAY Deadwood, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, married, white, Hotel

Maggie JENKINS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, single, black, Housekeeper

Alice JOHNSON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT ENG Self, divorced, white, House Keeper

Mollie JOHNSON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Alabama Self, widowed, white, Boarding House

Ella KNIGHT Deadwood, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, widowed, white

Johanna KURTZWIEL Deadwood, Lawrence, DT AUSTRIA Self, married, white, Actress

LANE Deadwood, Lawrence, DT CHINA Self, single, Chinese, Keeping House

Julia LEELY Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, single, white, House Keeper

Annie LEO Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, married, white, House Keeper

Henrico LIVINSTON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Maryland Self, married, white, Dressmaker

Mary MAHN Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Kentucky Self, married, white, Keeping House

Margret MALLAY Deadwood, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, widowed, white, Lodging House

Lillie MC MANE Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Washington, D.C. Self, single, white, House Keeper

Fannie E. MILLER Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self married, white, House Keeper

Maggie MITCHEL Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, single, white, House Keeper

R. MORRION Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Virginia Self, widowed, black, Laundry

Ida MORSE Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Ohio Self, single, white, House Keeper

F. MUNN Deadwood, Lawrence, DT New York Self, married, white, Milliner

Palina NICHOLS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Iowa Self, single, white, House Keeper

Louise PHILIPS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT California Self, married, white, House Keeper

Ella POLLARD Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Minnesota Self, single, white, Dress Maker

Anna RANDS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, divorced, black, Laundry

B. F. RAYMOND Deadwood, Lawrence, DT New York Self, married, white, Boarding House

Eugena RICH Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, single, white, Keeping House

Eliza ROBINSON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT New York Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Lizzie ROSE Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, single, white, Keeping House

Mary E. ROSE Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, divorced, white, Keeping House

Annie ROSS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Canada Self, widowed, white, House Keeper

A. E. SIMMONS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Kentucky Self, divorced, white, Keeping House

E. M. SLOSSON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, single, white, Lodging House

Mary E. SMITH Josie SMITH Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, widowed, white, Millinery Store

Nellie SMITH Deadwood, Lawrence, DT South Carolina Self, widowed, white, Lodgeing House

Anna SNYDER Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Wisconsin Self, single, white, House Keeper

Mollie SOLLIS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Louisiana Self, single, white, House Keeper

Nettie STORY Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Arkansas Self, single, white, Milliner

Nellie SUMMERS Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Tennessee Self, married, white, House Keeper

O. H. TILTON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT New York Self, married, white

Margaret TORGUSEN Deadwood, Lawrence, DT NOR Self, single, white, School Teacher

Maggie TORPY Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Michigan Self, single, white, Keeping House

Trixie VERNON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Louisiana Self, single, white, Actress

Nettie WEAVER Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Minnesota Self, single, white, House Keeper

Kittie WHITE Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Mississippi Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Fannie WHITTED Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Iowa Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Mary J. WILSON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT ENG Self, divorced, white, Laundry

Mabel WINSTON Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Georgia Self, divorced, white, Keeping House

Julia WOODALL Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, widowed, white, Dress Maker

J. A. WORRELL Deadwood, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, married, white, House Keeper

Anna DUMONT Elizabethtown, Lawrence, DT Canada Self, widowed, white, Keeps Boarders

Magaret PORTER Elizabethtown, Lawrence, DT New York Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Elizabeth BROWN False Bottom, Lawrence, DT PRU Self, married, white, Farmer

Mary J. GLINES False Bottom, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, widowed, white, Farmer

Susan BRECHEMIN Fort Meade, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, married, white, Keeping House

Elizabeth GARLICK Fort Meade, Lawrence, DT GER Self, married, white, Keeping House

Elizabeth MATTS Fort Meade, Lawrence, DT Texas Self, married, white, Keeping House

Elizabeth MORRISON Fort Meade, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, married, white, Laundress

Susannah FREDENDALL Galena, Lawrence, DT Iowa Self, married, white, Keeping House

Bridget MC INTYRE Galena, Bear Butte Creek, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, widowed, whie, Keeping House

M. M. FORBES Gayville, Lawrence, DT Canada Self, single, white, Keeping House

Elizabeth DAILY Golden Gate, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Hannah EARLEY Golden Gate, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, widowed, white, Keeping Hotel

Barbara HEFNER Golden Gate, Lawrence, DT PRU Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Mary LA MANTAEN Golden Gate, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Eliza MORGAN Golden Gate, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Mary A. NOURSE Golden Gate, Lawrence, DT Virginia Self, widowed, white, Keeping Hotel

Sarah UPDYKE Golden Gate, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Ester WALLACE Golden Gate, Lawrence, DT Oregon Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Mary E. BEST Granite Springs And Box Elder Creek, Lawrence, DT Kansas Self, married, white, Keeping House

Sister Mary Marceana Lead City, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, single, white, Nurse

Fran K. BALDWIN Lead City, Lawrence, DT Connecticut Self, married, white, Keeping House

Isabel BOOMER Lead City, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, married, white, Keeping House

Jane BUSH Lead City, Lawrence, DT CAN. W. Self, single, white, Keeps Boarding House

Annie COWGILL Lead City, Lawrence, DT Indiana Self, married, white, Keeping House

Kate GARDNER Lead City, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, widowed, white, Keeps Hotel

Mary GOLDSWORTHY Lead City, Lawrence, DT ENG Self, widowed, white, Keeps Boarding House

Eliza HAYES Lead City, Lawrence, DT ENG Self, married, white, Dealer In Groceries and Fruits

Mary L. HILL Lead City, Lawrence, DT Kentucky Self, married, white, Keeping House

Lou JIN Lead City, Lawrence, DT CHINA Self, single, Chinese, Prostitute

Annie MC COLLOM Lead City, Lawrence, DT Illinois Self, widowed, white, Keeps Boarding House

Adolpha MILLMAN Lead City, Lawrence, DT PRU Self, widowed, white, Washer Woman

Ann MURRAY Lead City, Lawrence, DT Scotland Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Carrie MURRAY Lead City, Lawrence, DT Missouri Self, married, mulatto, Prostitute

Mary OWENS Lead City, Lawrence, DT Iowa Self, married, white, Washerman

Agnes PAROLIS Lead City, Lawrence, DT ITALY Self, married, white, Keeping House

Jane PFLUGHAUPT Lead City, Lawrence, DT Canada Self, married, white, Washerwoman

Emma PHILLIPS Lead City, Lawrence, DT Ohio Self, divorced, white, Dressmaker

Celia ROONEY Lead City, Lawrence, DT IRE Self, married, white, Keeping House

Moy SIN Lead City, Lawrence, DT CHINA Self, single, Chinese, Prostitute

Willhela SLACKHARDT Lead City, Lawrence, DT GER Self, married, white, Keeping House

Ella WALLACE Lead City, Lawrence, DT Pennsylvania Self, married, white, Dress Maker

Susan J. BOYD Pennington, Lawrence, DT Arkansas Self, widowed, white, Washerwoman

L. A. WALKER Red Water, Lawrence, DT New York Self, divorced, white, Farming

Alice CLARK South Bend, Lawrence, DT Wisconsin Self, divorced, white, Keeping House

Yang JANG South Bend, Lawrence, DT CHINA Self, single, Chinese, Keeping House

Huckii LUKI South Bend, Lawrence, DT CHINA Self, single, Chinese, Housekeeping

M. J. WOODARD Spearfish, Lawrence, DT Maryland Self, married, white, Laundry

ary E. NEAL Spring Creek, Lawrence, DT Rhode Island Self, single, white, School Teacher

Ella COLVIN Strawberry Gulch, Lawrence, DT New York Self, divorced, white, Keeping House

Grace BRESSON Sturgis, Lawrence, DT Louisiana Self, married, white, Laundress

Margaret HIMES Sturgis, Lawrence, DT Scotland Self, divorced, white, Laundress

Caroline WREN Terraville, Lawrence, DT ENG Self, widowed, white, Keeping House

Sally CAMPBELL Virginia City, Lawrence, DT Kentucky Self, single, mulatto, Keeping House

Sarah KEECH Wildcat Valley And Morse Creek Valley, Lawrence, DT New York Self, married, white, Keeping House

Women Owning Mines and or Real Estate

May, Eliza Miss Mining and real estate transfer
Jul 21 1877
In regard to: May, Eliza

Mining and Real Estate Transfers
Dec 30 1877
In regard to: Simpson, Hattie J.

Real Estate and Mining Transfers
Jan 02 1878
In regard to: Glass, Jean, Miss

Real Estate and Mining Transfers
Jan 03 1878
In regard to: Donnelly, Hattie

At the Recorders Office
Jan 09 1878
In regard to: Allen, Annie

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 12 1878
In regard to: O'Connor, Mary

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 12 1878
In regard to: Carroll, Anna

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 15 1878
In regard to: Stuart, Mary

At the Recorder's Office, Elizabeth Lovell
Jan 15 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 16 1878
In regard to: Reber, Rebecca

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 16 1878
In regard to: Gross, Rebecca

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 16 1878
In regard to: Jose Gross, Rebecca

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 17 1878
In regard to: Shingle, Alice M.

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 17 1878
In regard to: Bard, Jennie

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 19 1878
In regard to: Robinson, Mary E.

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 19 1878
In regard to: Orville, Addie Min

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 25 1878
In regard to: Williams, J., Mrs

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 25 1878
In regard to: Jones, Minnia, Mrs

At the Recorder's Office, Mrs
Jan 25 1878
In regard to: Jones, Hannah

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 29 1878
In regard to: Casey, Ellen

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 06 1878
In regard to: Sherwood, Berty

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 06 1878
In regard to: Monroe, Hattie

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 06 1878
In regard to: Bixler, Maggie

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 06 1878
In regard to: Monroe, Hattie

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 07 1878
In regard to: Dawson, Elizabeth

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 07 1878
In regard to: McLaughlin, Ellen

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 22 1878
In regard to: Robinson, Verona

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 23 1878
In regard to: Sparks, Lizzie A.

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 23 1878
In regard to: Lady Discovery Mine

At the Recorder's Office
Feb 23 1878
In regard to: Dutton, Catharine

Real Estate and Mining Transfers
Jun 25 1878
In regard to: Harlow, Hattie M.

Real Estate and Mining Transfers, Hattie Harnett
Sep 25 1878
In regard to: Harnett, Hattie

Real Estate and Mining Transfers
Oct 12 1878
In regard to: McDonald, N. Miss

Real Estate and Mining Transfers
Nov 13 1878
In regard to: Robbins, Josephine