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Gilpin County
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County Seat - Central City Population - 4,757
Gilpin County is one of the original Colorado counties.
Only minor changes have been made to its 1861 borders.
Teller, Henry M
Stone's 1918 "History of Colorado"
16 KB Aug 99 Maggie Stewart-Zimmerman
Icon indicates cemetery headstone photographs have been donated to the Colorado Tombstone Photo Project.
Bald Mountain Cemetery, Central City 19 KB Nov 98 Thelma Kincheloe
Dory Hill Cemetery, Black Hawk 28 KB Nov 98 Thelma Kincheloe
Catholic Cemetery, Central City      
City Cemetery, Central City      
IOOF Lodge#2 Cemetery, Russell Gulch 15 KB Apr 99 Thelma Kincheloe
Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Central City      
Masonic Cemetery, Central City 15 KB Nov 98 Thelma Kincheloe
1870 Census Mortality Index 3.3 KB Jul 97 Diane White
1911 Edition Colorado Business Directory
Apex | Bald Mountain | Black Hawk | Central City | GilpinRollinsvilleRussell GulchTolland
  Nov 04 Joy Fisher
Obits/Death Notices
Campbell, Robert A.
Aspen Trubune - 1 May 1896
1 kb Jan 08 Robert McLeod
Tucker, A.W.
Denver Times - Aug 1899
1 kb Jan 08 Robert McLeod
WW I Civilian Draft Registrations
Gilpin County Registrations
65 KB Feb 98 Ray H. Banks

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