Tuolumne County Pioneers, H - J

East of Sonora, 1850 - 1900



Tuolumne County Pioneers, 1850 - 1900

Last Names H - J


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


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NAMEYEARSOURCECAPSULE INFORMATION
Hackett, John 1871 Great Register Sugar Pine farmer
Haflich, Franklin 1853 deeds; claims Sugar Pine resident
Haggerty, J. Samuel 1861 TCWat.Co., Huntington Library owned land at Donnell Flat
Haines, T. E. 1863 Union Democrat, 10 Jan. plan road over Sierra via Yosemite
Halberg, Peter N. 1894 great register Sugar Pine miner
Hale, George Webb 1915 Union Democrat, 25 Sep. obituary; lumberman
Hale, John Calvin 1867 Union Democrat, 6 July Sugar Pine teamster, Democrat
Hale Richard 1884 Tuolumne Independent, 25 Feb. driver for Burns, murdered
Hales, C. W. 1872 Great Register ran saloon on Mono Road
Hall, A. S. deeds
Hall, E. O. 1868 deeds; claims lumberman with Hale; at Uniontown
Hall, Frank 1898 Democratic Banner, 22 July. fight with Kennedy
Hall, Henry 1872 Great Register Sugar Pine ditch tender
Hall, Ivan deeds
Hall, Josiah 1876 deeds owned Excelsior Mine
Hallock, R. F. M. 1870 census Sugar Pine resident
Halloway, Otis 1860 deeds Centre Mill
Ham, H. 1881 Tuolumne Independent,
30 April
bear hunter at Lake Elenor
Hamerstein, Anthony 1852 claims Sugar Pine resident
Hamilton, Rose A. 1870 census worked at Excelsior Hotel
Hammond, Ulysses Hallen 1873 Great Register writing teacher at Coinfidence
Hammond, Wilham 1853 claims Sugar Pine Creek (See William)
Hammond, William 1853 deeds Sugar Pine Lumber Co.
Hancock, J. R. 1864 or 1871 killed at Niagara Creek
Handy, H. P. 1863 newspapers Stockton surveyor worked on Mono Rd.
Haralson, J. 1867 Union Democrat, 6 July. Sugar Pine Democrat, (see Hardaldson)
Harbison, C. M. 1863 claims claim on upper Stanislaus River
Hardaldson, James 1867 Union Democrat,
6 April
Sugar Pine Democrat (see Haralson)
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Hardin, D. W. 1861 deeds; claims Davis Flat (could be Harding)
Hardin, Isaac 1880 census Sugar Pine shinglemaker (see Harding)
Hardin, James Pendleton 1888 Great Register Confidence farmer
Harding, Isaac 1870 census Confidence wood chopper, miner
Harding, Wallace K. 1908 Great Register Confidence teamster
Harm, Catherine 1870 newspapers; deeds owned Baxter's Hotel
Harm, John 1870 newspapers; deeds owned Baxter's Hotel
Harper, H. H. deeds
Harper, Patrick 1866 stage driver
Harper, William deeds
Harrens, William deeds
Harriman, M. B. 1882 Tuolumne Independent,
5 August
Tuol. Co. Water Co. employee
Harrington, H. L. deeds
Harrington, Patrick 1880 newspaper lost in the mountains
Harrison, Orin R. 1853 claims Sugar Pine resident
Harrison, Orin S. 1870 newspaper killed by Poole
Hart, George 1880 Whipple-Haslam's
"Early Days. . ."
killed last grizzly
Hart, W. H. 1885 Tuolumne Independent,
28 November
"live machine agent"
Hartford, A. K. 1860 deeds; census hotel keeper
Hartwig, Charles 1877 Union Democrat, 28 July lost in mountains
Harwood, B. W. 1863 deeds; claims Mono County
Haskins, M. D. 1860 deeds; census blacksmith
Haslam, Charles F. 1856 claims Sullivan Creek ranch
Haslam, Joseph Lee 1866 deeds; claims upper Tuolumne River claim
Haslam, Lee A. 1856 claims Sullivan Creek ranch
Haslett, John A. 1864 claims Cow Creek claim
Haslett, William D. 1864 claims Cow Creek claim
Hass, H. 1897 Democratic Banner, 24 Sep. lost in mountains
Hassell, William Frederick 1884 Tuolumne Independent,
31 May
with Pickle in Mono Co.
Hassell, William F. 1860 newspapers Miner's Ditch protest
Hastings 1859 newspaper Donnell Indian fight
Hastings, Alexander 1880 census Sugar Pine wood chopper
Hastings, George deeds
Hastings, Jerome 1881 Tuolumne Independent, 30 Apr. had bear trap at Lake Elenor
Hatings, John 1880 Union Democrat, 20 Nov. Mono Rd. crew
Hastings, Wayne 1896 Democratic Banner,
14 August
lost in mountains
Haswell, Charles L. 1853 Williams diary came west from Ohio
Haulth, A. A. 1855 sold land to Tuol. Co. Water Co.
Hawken, John 1900 lived at Confidence
Hawken, Robert 1900 lived at Confidence
Hawken, William J. 1889 Democratic Banner, 2 Aug. tollkeeper; died
Hawley, Ebenezer R. 1861 deeds; claims Sugar Pine Creek
Hays, David 1863 claims Eureka Valley
Hazeltine, Scott 1854 San Joaquin Republican,
9 October
gunfight with Duffield
Hazeltine, Timothy 1854 San Joaquin Republican,
9 October
gunfight with Duffield
Heard, J. H. deeds
Heldebrand, L. 1870 census cook at Davis Flat sawmill
Hender, Samuel J. 1873 Great Register Blacksmith, Confidence, Soulsbyville
Hender, Thomas 1881 Directory Soulsbyville blacksmith
Henderson, John deeds (see San Joaquin Co. Hist, 1890, pg. 609)
Henckleman, Ernst 1853 Norris Collection, Bancroft Library Tuol. Co. Water Co. employee
Hereford, J. E. deeds
Hereford, Thomas S. deeds
Herron, D. W. deeds
Heslem, Joseph 1870 census Sullivan Creek farmer (see Haslam)
Heslep, Benjamin Franklin 1879 Great Register quartz miner
Heslep, William Gibson 1860 newspapers Sonora-Mono Road commissioner
Hessian, Richard 1861 deeds; claims Sugar Pine resident
Hession, Thomas 1872 deeds Davis Flat resident
Heweey, John 1864 IRS records Sugar Pine cattleman
Hiatt, Alfred Henry 1894 great register; claims; deeds "Hiatville"
Hiatt, Paul Warren 1894 great register miner, "Hiatville"
Hiatt, Samuel E. 1894 great register miner, "Hiatville"
Hiatt, Willis 1894 great register machinist, "Hiatville"
Hibbing, William 1864 deeds; Great Register Sullivan Creek farmer
Hidley 1861 Tuolumne Courier, 22 June expressman to Mono Co.
Hildreth, Frederick 1858 nespapers Donnell Indian fight; Miner's Ditch
Hildreth, Michael S. 1858 newspapers Donnell Indian fight; Miner's Ditch
Hill, B. S. deeds
Hipping, William 1870 census Sullivan Creek farmer
Hiverly, Isaac 1863 pack animals to Mono Co.
Hoag 1860 at Fales Hot Springs
Hoagland, Thomas 1888 Great Register Confidence stone cutter
Hobbs, C. H. deeds
Hocking, W. H. 1886 Tuolumne Independent,
16 March
killed at Hyde Mine
Hodge, Thomas 1873 cemetery records buried at Davis Flat Cemetery
Hodson, Abraham B. 1852 deeds; census Clark-Skidmore Party; lumberman
Hodson, James 1860 deeds lumberman
Hogle, L. J. 1860 claims; deeds Centre Mill
Holladay, Benjamin 1870 Confidence Mine
Holladay, John B. 1877 Great Register clerk at Baxter's
Holland, Isaac Taylor 1879 newspaer almost died on Mono Road
Holland, Jeremiah J. deeds
Holland, William 1853 claims
Holloway, C. deeds
Holmes, Augustus Page 1873 Great Register engineer at Confidence
Holmes, F. W. 1857 claims Cold Springs land claim
Holmes, Seth 1870 census Sugar Pine farm laborer
Holson, A. B. 1863 American Flag, 20 Aug. Sugar Pine resident
Holt, John deeds
Holt, Willard 1852 Holt-Leavitt ranch
Hoope, William 1877 Tuolumne Independent,
6 January
Confidence School
Hooper, Thomas C. 1853 claims upper Tuolumne River
Houlton, S. W. 1855 Tuol. Co. Water Co. superintendent
Howard, M. S. 1872 Tuolumne Independent,
12 October
killed hauling fruit to Mono Co.
Howell, Charles W. 1877 packer for Wheeler survey had
Howland, James 1863 claims land claim at summit of mountains
Howland, P. W. 1864 claims; deeds Davis Flat
Hoxie, Clark deeds
Hoyt 1860 died on Miner's Ditch
Hoyt, T. T. deeds
Hoyte, Samuel deeds
Hubbard, Thomas J. deeds
Hudson, James M. 1860 claims upper Tuolumne River
Huggins, George
Huggins, John
Hughes, James 1870 Union Democrat, 9 Apr. nephew of Holliday/Holladay
Hughes, J. G. 1870 census Confidence mill manager
Hughes, Mark E. deeds Sugar Pine land owner
Hughes, R. H. 1881 Tuolumne Independent,
11 June
Confidence
Hull, William Warrick 1895 Democratic Banner, 14 June watchman at Green Mine; raccoon hunter
Hull, Warrick 1870 census Sugar Pine resident
Hull, William H. 1884 deeds; claims mountain land cliam
Hulse, Alfred Wood 1860 Claims, Bok. 8, pg. 306 Niagara Creek
Hunt, Joseph S. 1870 Union Democrat, 24 Sep. lost in mountains
Huntley, John H. 1860 newspapers Miner's Ditch protest
Hurd, J. H. deeds
Hutchins, John L. 1853 Norris Collection, Bancroft Library Tuol. Co. Water Co. employee
Hutchinson, Henry G. deeds
Hyde, Aaron Hoyt 1872 Great Register Sullivan Creek resident
Hyde, Moses H. 1857 deeds; claims Sullivan Creek
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Ingalls, Robert F. 1860 census lumberman
Ingraham, William 1873 Great Register stewart at Baxter's Hotel
Ingram, Thomas 1879 newspaper almost froze on Mono Road
Irish, Edwin. 1853 Norris Collection, Bancroft Library Tuol. Co. Water Co. employee
Jack, (Indian) 1881 Tuolumne Independent,
5 March
murder suspect
Jackson, Andrew 1870 census; 1884 Directory Sugar Pine farm laborer
Jackson William H. 1853 claims Sugar Pine Creek
Jackson, Z. U. deeds
Jamis, J. 1853 Norris Collection, Bancroft Library Tuol. Co. Water Co. employee
Jamison, Alexander J. 1853
Jarboe, W. S. 1852 newspaper rancher at Duckwall Mt.
Jasper, Catherine 1880 census Sugar Pine farmer
Jasper, Edward H. 1895 Great Register Confidence farmer
Jasper, Edwin Thomas 1895 Great Register Confidence farmer
Jasper, Francis 1875 Great Register Sugar Pine farmer
Jasper, Frank E. 1895 Great Register Sugar Pine farmer
Jenness, Thomas 1863 deeds Cold Springs rancher, lumberman
Jenness, Julia S. Addis 1860 census Cold Springs rancher
Jenness, Thomas, Jr. 1895 Great Register Cold Springs lumberman
Jennett, Thomas 1880 Great Register Confidence teamster
Jim, Moustache (Indian) 1881 Tuolumne Independent,
15 March
accused murder of Scammel
Jimison 1853 newspaper emigrant trail
Jockers, David 1869 deeds sold land on Stanislaus River
Johnson, A. P. 1887 claims; deeds Sugar Pine Creek
Johnson, George 1858 Whipple-Haslam's
"Early Days. . ."
drove stage to Cherokee
Johnson, John deeds
Johnson, Josiah 1860 census lumberman with Carter
Johnson, Per 1864 claims claim at Cow Creek
Johnston, John M. 1854 claims Sugar Pine Creek
Jolliff, William Baker 1873 Great Register Sugar Pine miner
Jones, George W. deeds
Jones, N. O. deeds
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