Tuolumne County Pioneers, E - G

East of Sonora, 1850 - 1900

Tuolumne County Pioneers, 1850 - 1900

Last Names E - G

The Tuolumne County Pioneers listed here are people who lived or worked in the mountains east of Sonora, from Sullivan Creek up through Sugar Pine, Stawberry and Kennedy Meadows and on across Sonora Pass to Leavitt Meadow. Many were ranchers, lumbermen, miners, hotel keepers, freighters, travlers, or hunters.Others were involved with planning and constructing the Sonora and Mono Wagon Road.

Pioneer Names

A B     C D     E F G     H I J     K L     M N O     P Q R     S T     U V W X Y Z
Eaton, Cornelius J. deeds
Edmiston, James E. 1870 newspapers stage driver to Bodie
Edwards 1884 Tuolumne Independent, 9 Oct. worked at Hale's lumber mill
Edwards, A. D. 1853 claims claim on Sullivan Creek
Edwards, Thomas 1877 Tuolumne Independent, Aug. caught fawn
Eichelroth, Dr. 1878 Union Democrat hunter
Eichelroth, Frank 1883 Tuolumne Independent, 21 July with Ed Miller when shot
Eichelroth, Fred 1883 Tuolumne Independent, 27 Oct. travel Mono Rd. to Bodie
Elkins, Abel 1852 claims Sugar Pine
Elliott, Charles 1893 Democratic Banner, 27 Oct. muler on Sonora-Mono Road
Elliott, H. deeds
Ellis, D. J. deeds
Emory, John 1894 great register Sugar Pine mason
Engles, William Harvey 1872 Tuolumne Independent, 22 Jan. killed in mountains
Enoch, T. M. 1859 newspapers Donnell Indian fight
Esmond, C. H. 1861 deeds owned land in Strawberry
Evans, Thomas 1883 Tuolumne Independent, 27 Oct. had home in the mountains
Everly, Milton P. 1885 Tuolumne Independent, 12 Sep. Sugar Pine teamster; shot
Fahey, Dennis J. 1860 deeds mountain cattleman
Fahey, John J. 1950 Union Democrat, 4 May ranch at Phoenix Lake, died
Fahey, John T. 1894 great register Sugar Pine stock raiser
Fahey, Patrick 1860 deeds mountain cattleman
Fahey, William 1894 great register Wright's Creek miner
Fairchild, John M. deeds
Falconer, Thomas A. 1853 Columbia Gazette newspaper editor
Fales, Samuel 1865 newspapers Fales Hot Springs, Mono Co.
Farnsworth, J. L. deeds
Farnsworth, S. S. 1856 deeds; claims Sugar Pine resident
Farrington, Harvey Lewis 1856 claims Sullivan Creek lumberman
Farrington, Herman Stinson 1856 claims Sullivan Creek lumberman
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Fay, Caleb T. deeds
Ferris, Augustus 1853 deeds Sugar Pine Lumber Co.
Finnegan, Patrick 1871 newspaper stage driver; murder witness
Finney, Arch
Finney, F. H.
Finney, William W. 1852 newspapers Miner's Ditch
Finney, Yell Archibald 1873 Great Register farmer in the mountains
Fish, Charles William 1894 great register lumberman, Empire Mill
Fisher, P. M. 1867 newspapers Sonora-Mono Road manager
Fitzgerald, William H. 1856 claims claim on upp Tuolumne River
Flagg, Levi deeds
Flaherty, Thomas 1868 claims claim on upper Tuolumne River
Fleeson 1849 G. W. Trahern biography
Fleming, G. A. 1864 American Eagle, 27 Aug. Davis Flat resident
Fleming, G. H. 1864 American Flag, 27 Aug. Davis Flat resident
Fletcher, Abia 1853 claims Sugar Pine Creek
Fletcher, Andrew 1855 newspapers superintendent of Miner's Ditch
Fletcher, John W. deeds
Fletcher, William F. 1863 American Flag, 20 Aug. Cow Creek resident
Flirt, Robert 1870 census Davis Flat sawyer
Floyd, Jerry 1860 newspaper Lyons Dam accident
Fogg, Samuel 1881 Tuolumne Independent, 15 Oct. at Leavitt Meadow with Nicol
Folsom, John F. 1884 Directory Sugar Pine teamster
Fordham, J. H. 1867 Union Democrat, 18 May trapped foxes
Foster, Frank P. 1860 deeds; census
Foster, Robert L. 1896 Democratic Banner, 19 June Confidence farmer
Foulkes, Thomas 1860 deeds; census found insane in '81
Fowles, F. B. 1881 Tuolumne Independent, 16 July mined old Duffield claim
Fowlkes 1860 claims
Fox, A. W. 1872 Tuolumne Independent, 1 Jan. bookkeeper at Confidence Mine
Fradenberg, William H. 1856 claims Strawberry resident
Francis 1861 newspaper travel Mono Road
Frank Chilano (Indian) 1881 Tuolumne Independent, 5 Mar. accused murder of Geo. Scammel
Franklin, John J. 1856 claims Sugar Pine resident
Fraser, James D. 1888 Great Register lumberman at Confidence (or James B.)
Frazer, John 1864 Tuolumne Courier, 25 June Sugar Pine miner
Frazier 1885 Tuolumne Independent, 19 Sept. ran Hale's Mill
Frazier, George W. 1894 great register Sugar Pine lumberman
Frazier, Isaac 1864 claims claim at Cow Creek
Frazier, W. S. 1864 claims claim at Cow Creek
Freel, John 1871 Union Democrat, 9 Dec. with man lost in mountains
Fremont, Daniel 1852 Alta Californian, 24 Dec. bear fighter
Front, J. A. S. deeds
Fry, John 1870 census Sugar Pine farmer
Fuller, Alfred 1865 newspaper Mono Road
Fuller, Benjamin F. 1865 teamster in Confidence
Fuller, Deline 1900 cemetery records buried at Davis Flat, died age 7
Fuller, William 1865 Mono Road
Fuller, Warren 1884 Directory Sugar Pine laborer
Funck, Samuel 1870 deeds Sugar Pine Creek
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Gahn, James M. 1854 claims Republic Water Co.
Gale, N. B. deeds
Gardner, Norman Bentley 1853 claims ranch on Tuolumne River
Gardner, William 1853 claims Sullivan Creek
Garner, James Buchanan 1894 great register Hale's Mill carpenter
Garrison 1860 Columbia Courier, 2 Oct. ranch near Fales Hot Springs
Gaudin, Jean M. claims Confidence Mine
Gealey, William A. deeds
Geer, James 1864 American Eagle, 21 Mar. ran Hale's Mill
Genty 1866 Sonora Herald, 10 Nov. Hot Springs
George, Jacob L. 1858 Tuolumne Independent, 12 May trip to Lake Elinor, injured on ditch
Gerber, A. 1885 Tuolumne Independent, 15 Oct. Lake Lillian Resort, Mono Co.
Gerber, Augustus 1881 Tuolumne Independent, 19 Nov. married Sarah Wilkinson, Strawberry
Gerber, Gus 1885 Tuolumne Independent, 3 Oct. worked at Strawberry
Getty, William 1894 great register Hale's Mill laborer
Giacomo, Restano 1915 Union Democrat, 17 July owned Comstock Ranch
Gibbs, P. F. 1861 deeds; claims Davis Flat
Gibbs, Pelham S. 1854 owned land in Sugar Pine
Gibbs, Thomas H. 1852 claims land on upper Tuolumne River
Gibson, Oliver S. 1853 claims Sugar Pine Creek
Giddis, Jacob R. 1861 Tuolumne Courier, July killed
Gillis, James 1863 American Flag, 20 Aug. Sugar Pine resident
Gilmer 1881 Tuolumne Independent, 27 Aug. ran sheep in Mono Co.
Gilmore, Martin 1861 claims claim on upper Tuol. Riv.; Monitor Mine
Gilson, Livingston 1872 Tuolumne Independent, 1 Jan. superintendent of Confidence Mine
Giovanetti, Angelo 1878 Tuolumne Independent, 18 June Pioneer Stage Line
Gleason, George 1857 deeds; claims Hydraulic Water Co.
Glenn, Alexander 1864 Esmeralda, 26 July in Bridgeport flash flood
Glidden, John 1856 deeds; claims Sugar Pine resident
Glover 1865 Esmeralda, 22 Feb. froze on Deadman Creek
Goldie, M. 1864 newspaper expressman from Columbia
Goodrich, A. C. 1858 newspapers leader of Miner's Ditch
Goodrich, H. P. 1852 claims Davis Flat
Goodwin, William B. 1870 census Cold Springs lumberman
Goss, George deeds
Gould, James 1880 Confidence teamster, ditch tender
Graham, Angus 1884 Tuolumne Independent, 12 Apr. snow shoed to Strawberry
Grant, Augustus deeds
Grantham, I. G. 1852 claims Confidence Mine
Grantham, William 1852 claims Confidence Mine
Gray, Gardner 1888 Great Register ditch worker, Confidence
Gray, Jon 1880 census lumberman at Carter's Mill
Grayson, Benjamin 1850 G. W. Trahern biography
Green, Albert 1866 Union Democrat, 7 July owned ranch by Lacarse
Green, Eugene 1885 Tuolumne Independent, 15 Oct. letter from Leavitt Mdw.
Greene, A. 1853 claims Sullivan Creek
Greene, J. H. 1853 claims Sugar Pine Creek
Greeney, John 1887 Democratic Banner, 19 Aug. owned ranch above Strawberry
Greenly, W. A. 1856 claims Sullivan Creek
Gribble, William Arthur 1873 Great Register Sonora blacksmith
Griffin, H. 1856 claims Confidence Mine
Griffith, Horace Meron 1872 Great Register sawyer in Sugar Pine
Grimm, Frank J. 1892 Democratic Banner, 23 Dec. Sugar Pine shake maker; rescue horses
Grimes, C. 1853 Norris Collection, Bancroft Library Tuolumne Co. Water Co. employee
Griswold, William P. deeds
Grosinni, Thomas 1872 Great Register Sugar Pine butcher
Grover, Elijah deeds
Grover, J. H. deeds
Gurney, Alfred Godfrey 1874 newspapers stage driver
Gurney, Elisha 1918 Union Democrat, 21 Dec. obituary; ran Sugar Pine Hotel
Gurney, Francis King 1873 Great Register teamster at Confidence
Gurney, John 1874 lumberman
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