Word has been received by friends here of the birth to Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Bigelow of a pair of twins, a boy and a girl, the event
occurring on the 11th of this month. (The Silver Standard, Saturday,
February 23, 1907)
Born in Georgetown on the 24th
ult., to the wife
of Henry Boyer, a son. Henry didn’t know whether it was to be a Boyer
is satisfied at being again sonstruck. (Colorado Miner, February 2,
Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards are rejoicing over the arrival of
a fine baby girl, which was born to them on Wednesday night of this week. (The
Silver Standard, Saturday, March 2, 1907)
Born in Georgetown, August 20
to the wife of Frank Ferrell,
Conductor on the C. C. Railroad, a son – weight 10 pounds. We
Frank upon the arrival of the young conductor and trust he may grow and
prosper, require but a little “switching,” and in time be as true and
man as his father. (Colorado Miner, August 24, 1878)
Born in Georgetown, Friday,
August 23d, to the wife of L.
McLean a son. We congratulate McLean on this addition to his family.
Miner, August 24, 1878)
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tappro, born on
February 17th, died on Thursday. (the Silver Standard, Saturday,
March 9, 1907)
Born at Spanish Bar, Colo.,
Aug. 23d, to the wife of Geo. G.
Vivian, a son. (Colorado Miner, August 24, 1878)