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26 May 2012

The city of Denver and state of Colorado - edited by Andrew Morrison - Published 1890

Geo. F. Higgins & Co.'s sporting goods house, 1508 Arapahoe street, has been established since 1878. The partners in the house, Geo. F. Higgins and Frank H. Wright, have a thorough knowledge of the trade they are in, and of the requirements of the country they sell in. They take an active interest in sporting affairs; have been successful in business; are property owners; and are identified by their concerns, as well as by feelings of attachment with the true interests of the community.
As the leading house, of the kind, here, they carry a stock valued at $10,000, which is the largest and best assorted west of Chicago. They do both a large retail and wholesale trade in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, and neighboring States, and keep salesmen on the road in those districts. They handle the Columbia, Victor, and other standard makes of bicycles; and the leading makes of rifles, shot guns, pistols, and ammunition. They are western agents for the well known firm of A. G. Spalding & Bros, of New York and Chicago; sell athletic outfits, and base ball goods, lawn tennis and cricket supplies, gymnasium suits and apparatus, cutlery, playing cards, and games of every description; and carry a large variety of toys, wagons, velocipedes, etc., for holiday trade.

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24 Feb 2012

http://www.yumafuneralhome.com/2012/01/alonzo-franklin-higgins/
1921 -2012
Alonzo Franklin Higgins was born in Abarr, Colorado May 3rd, 1921. He was number six out of eleven children born to Carl and Martha Mae Higgins. He passed away on January 27th, 2012 at the age of 90 years at Yuma Life Care.
He lived his early childhood years in the Abarr area, attending the Abarr school thru the 8th grade. He worked on the family farm and for neighbors during his teenage years. He then moved to Denver and was employed by the Mangus Metal Company as a ladleman. His primary job was to move molten metal in a ladle in a bearing manufacturing plant.
Alonzo was drafted into the United States Army on June 5, 1942. As a Sergeant Squad Leader in the 323rd Infantry Division serving in the Philippines and Western Pacific, he was leader of a 60 millimeter mortar squad and supervised the tactical deployment and operation of guns. after fighting in two major campaigns over two years, 1 month and nine days, he was discharged on December 30th, 1945. During his service he earned the American Service Medal, Asiatic Pacific Service Medal, Phillippine Liberation Ribbon/ 1 Bronze Service Star, World War 11 Victory Medal and Good Conduct Medal.
Returning to Yuma, he learned the mechanic trade thru the GI Bill and went to work for the Hansen Garage which was located in the current NAPA store.
On June 21, 1947, Alonzo married Lotus Willow Mensendick Mumm. Lotus or Billie as she was called was a widow and had four small children. Nadine-age 12, Shirley-age 10, Darrel-age 7 and Kay-age 5. Then in July, 1951, Ronnie Dean was born and in May, 1955 came Elvin (Shorty) Lynn.
Alonzo, Billie and family farmed and raised cattle on their farm east of Abarr. A turkey production operation was added in the mid 1950’s. They raised 10,000 turkeys a year and sold them to the GM Gisi Company of Yuma. To this day, Alonzo would not eat one bite of turkey.
In 1960, Alonzo and Billie moved their family into Yuma and Alonzo went to work for Tom’s Builders, building houses and doing construction. Upon the retirement of Tom Lasater, he then went to work for Herbs Builders (Herb Damm). Alonzo still kept busy after he retired helping his brother n law, Elvin Lasater with construction work. He also was the local lawnmower repairman as well as fixing many a bicycle for area kids. He resided in the house he built in 1960 until moving to Yuma Life Care Center in January, 2010 due to failing health.
Alonzo was preceded in death by his wife Lotus (Billie); son in law, Leonard Knudsen; daughter, Shirley Nelson; son, Darrell Mumm; daughter and son in law, Kay and Virgil Lorance; grandsons, Randy and Bradley Lorance, brothers, Donald, Merle, Roy, Robert and Austin and sisters Rosie V and Goldine.
Alonzo is survived by sons, Ron (Deb) Higgins, Elvin (Shorty) Higgins; daughter, Nadine Knudsen; sisters, Florence Pletcher, Norma Jackson and Thelma (Bob) Bueltell, daughter in law, Pat Mumm and son in law, Don Nelson; seventeen grandchildren, twenty three great grandchildren, twenty great great grandchildren, as well as many nieces, nephews, friends and special friends Harold and Katsy Chappel.
Pallbearers were: Grandsons-David Knudsen, Floyd Knudsen, Ronald Nelson, Larry Knudsen, Christopher Higgins, Jonathan Higgins and Mike Harman and nephew Jim Pletcher.
Honory Pallbearers were: Don Nelson, Gary Brandner, Bob Bueltell, Leon Marr, Dennis Mumm, Dick Stallings and Clayton Muirheid.

Social Security Death Index
Name: Carl Higgins Born: 17 Sep 1886
Died: Dec 1964
State (Year) SSN issued: Colorado (Before 1951)

1930; Census Place: Abarr, Yuma, Colorado; Roll: 252; Page:
2B; Image: 1094
Name Age (No Image Available)

Carl Higgins 44
Mattie Higgins 40
Donald Higgins 23
Merle Higgins 21
Leroy Higgins 18
Robert Higgins 16
Florence Higgins 11
Alonzo Higgins 9
Rosie V Higgins 8
Flavil Higgins 4 3/12
Goldean Higgins 3 9/12
Norma G Higgins 5/12

HIGGINS-CARL-32-M-W-IA-IA-RINGGOLD-MIDDLE_FORK-1920  Image 1 & 2
1920; Census Place: Middle Fork, Ringgold, Iowa; Roll: T625_511; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 128; Image: 597.
Name Age

Carl Higgins 32
Mattie Higgins 26
Donald Higgins 11
Merlen Higgins 9
Roy Higgins 7
Robert Higgins 4
Florence Higgins 6/12

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Carl Nathon Higgens Birth Date: 17 Sep 1886
County: Yuma State: Colorado
Birthplace: Redding, Iowa; United States of America
Race: Caucasian (White)

HIGGINS-CARL-22-M-W-IA-CO-YUMA-YUMA-4-PCT-1910
1910; Census Place: Yuma, Yuma, Colorado; Roll: T624_124; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 0296; Image: 334
Name Age

Carl Higgins 22
Mattie Higgins 20
Donald Higgins 2
Merle Higgins 1

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03 Mar 2010

INQUIRY

My great grandmother was Catherine Higgins born in Dungarvan, Waterford Ireland c 1870. I believe that her mother died when she was an infant and she was reared by her grandmother. Her fathers name was Michael and there is some discrepancy over him as on her wedding cert it says he was a farmer and the birth cert that I think is hers says he was a shoemaker.

Looking at the birth cert from Sept 1870 that I believe to be my great grandmothers, her father was Michael Higgins, Shoemaker, Dungarvan.

Her mother was Catherine Higgins formerly Dwyer.
(Known as Kate)

Her brother Patrick was born 13 March 1865, Place of birth, Main Street, Dungarvan. Parents and occupation the same.

From www.waterfordcountylibrary.ie/en/   death register I found the following.

Hanora Higgins died 29 Oct 1869 aged 4 months, shoemakers daughter. Hanora Dwyer present at death.

Kate Higgins died 05 Nov 1869 aged 1 and one quarter, shoemakers daughter. Hanora Dwyer present at death.

Kate Higgins died 12 Aug 1874 aged 30, shoemakers wife. Hanora Dwyer present at death.

Hanora Dwyer may be a sister of Kate or her mother.

Catherine married Charles Griffith in Donegal in 1901 and the story goes that it was match made by her brother and that he accompanied her from the US to Donegal.

What I know for definite is that she had a brother Patrick Higgins who we think married a Sweeney girl from Donegal. They met in the USA and we also know that they lived in Colorado. Hey may have lived elsewhere first. I have pieced together a family there from 1900 – 1930 census that I believe to be them.

Children include Cornelius, Catherine, Lilian, Daniel. I have dates of deaths and burial locations for Patrick J and Ellenora Higgins,

if they are the family I am looking for.

HIGGINS PATRICK 34 M W IREL OH HAMILTON 25-WD CINCINNATI 1900
Cincinnatti City , Hamilton, Ohio
Patrick Higgins aged 34
Ellen Higgins, aged 29
Cornelius aged 3
Catherine J aged 6 months
Katie Sweeney aged 27
( Sister in law)

HIGGINS PATRICK J 42 M W IREL CO DENVER 5-PCT 1910
Precinct 5, Denver, Colorado
Patrick J Higgins aged 42
Ellen Higgins aged 39
Cornelius P aged 13
Catherine J aged 10
Lillian R aged 7
Mary E aged 6

HIGGINS PATRICK 55 M W IREL CO DENVER DENVER; 116-DIST 1920
Patrick Higgins aged 55
Ellen Higgins aged 49
Cornelius P Higgins aged 23
Catherine J aged 20
Rose L aged 17
Mary E Higgins aged 15
Darel O (Daniel) aged 9

1930;
Census Place: Denver, Denver, Colorado; Roll 239; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 194; Image: 1162 (No Image Available)
Patrick J Higgins aged 60
Ellen N Higgins aged 57
Katherine J aged 27
Lillian R aged 27
Mary A Hemnes aged 25
It is actually Mary A Hennes
Mary J Hemnes aged 6
Daniel L aged 19

I have a death record for:
Cornelius P Higgins on 30 Jan 1960 at Los Angeles. Mothers maiden name Sweeney. Birth place Ohio.

I also have US Phone address for Daniel L Higgins in Albuquerque, New Mexico up until 1997.

I would love to try and connect with Patrick's extended family.

Thanks
Clara Hoyne, Co Clare, Ireland
thehoynes AT gmail.com

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01 Feb 2010

Source: The Critique, Volume 12 - Published 1905
KITTIE WALDO HIGGINS, M. D.

Early on Sunday morning, December 4, 1904, Kittie Waldo Higgins, M. D., passed from this world into the world beyond. For nearly seven weeks was she confined to her bed before the angel of death could conquer her undaunted spirit. She was born in Watertown, New York, in 1859. For ten years she was an honored resident of Denver. Her early medical education was received at the Denver Homeopathic College, but owing to the personal animosities of one of the faculty, she left at the close of her junior year, and after a year spent at the Denver University, a year which made her a stronger homeopath than ever, she went to Dunham, where she graduated with the class of 1901. She was a member of the Colorado Homeopathic Society. Her absence is mourned by her aged mother, resident in Watertown, and by her husband, Frank W. Higgins, and one son, Berton F. At the time of her demise her son was in the A. Van der Naillen School of Engraving in San Francisco completing the course of civil engineering. Though near graduation with honors, yet as soon as his mother's condition turned for the worst he started for home, reaching here the morning of the 5th. Funeral services were held by Rev. David Utter, at Rogers' Chapel, on the 7th, after which the body was removed to Riverside and cremated.

HIGGINS FRANK W 41 M W ME CO ARAPAHOE 2-WD DENVER 1900
Name Age
Frank W Higgins 41
Kitty W Higgins 40
Berton F Higgins 15

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22 Mar 2009

Found TreasuresFamily photographs of the family of Henry Taylor Higgins and his wife, Lucinda Ritchie Higgins were purchased at an antique store recently and the lady who rescued them, Marge Rice, would like to return them to the descendants of that family. Other names included in the set are Ralph Ritchie Higgins, his wife Mary Blanche Buckingham Higgins, and their daughter Gladys Irene Higgins Pasco Ramsey.

Marge Rice can be contacted by email at  margerice@prodigy.net.

Below are links to

Image 1: Henry Taylor Higgins

Image 2:Henry Taylor Higgins his wife, Lucinda Ritchie Higgins

(Text on images does not appear on originals)

- Marge's & the Webmaster's findings -

Lucinda Ritchie was age 8 in the Orange (Ashland Co.) OH census for 1860, daughter of John and Fannie Ritchie

Household:1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Henry HIGGINS Self M Male W 29 OH Watch & Clock Repairer PA PA
Lucinda HIGGINS Wife M Female W 27 OH Keeping House OH OH
G. E. HIGGINS Son S Male W 6 OH OH OH
Jennie Pearl HIGGINS Dau S Female W 3 OH OH OH
Source Information:
Census Place West Union, Adams, Ohio
Family History Library Film 1254990
NA Film Number T9-0990
Page Number 212A

HIGGINS HENRY F 50 M W OH CO ARAPAHOE 6-WD DENVER 1900   

Name age

Henry F Higgins 49
Lucinda Higgins 48
Jennie P Higgins 23
Ralph R Higgins 19

HIGGINS LUCINDA 58 F W OH CO DENVER 15-WD DENVER 1910
Name Age
Lucindia Higgins 58
Espy E Higgins 36

HIGGINS LUCINDA 68 F W OH CO DENVER DENVER 114-DIST 1920
Name Age
Lucinda Higgins 68

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16 Dec 2007

http://csp.state.co.us/clemhist.cfm
Deputy Sheriff Leonard Higgins
Adams County Sheriff's Department

Deputy Sheriff Higgins, while riding his motorcycle inthe rain on October 11, 1923, ran into a beet truck and was thrown into the road. Higgins was knocked unconscious, and while lying in the road, he was run over by a car and then a heavy truck. He was transported to the hospital, but died soon after from a skull fracture and a crushed chest.
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http://kmitch.com/Huerfano/indexcardsh.html 
Huerfano County, Colorado -Obituary Index Cards

Name Death Date Paper Date Page  Notes 
Higgins, E. 4/24/1908 WW 4/30/1908 1 d Los Angeles, CA

Higgins, Elzina Kron 8/8/1915 WI 8/14/1915 1 b 10/3/1827 Centerville, IL 

Higgins, Eva  LA 7/1/1899 [no death date] 

Higgins, Mabel 9/3/1905 WW 9/5/1905 1 murdered 

 


17 Oct 2007

Source: History of Colorado By Wilbur Fiske Stone Published 1918

HON. ROBERT H. HIGGINS.
Hon. Robert H Higgins, state treasurer of Colorado and for many years one of the builders of Pueblo, is a direct descendant of that Robert Higgins who, after many voyages as captain, finally settled down on Manhattan island in 1755 and married Miss Van Zandt, the daughter of the owner of the good ship he had commanded. Robert H. Higgins has in his possession the evidence of direct descent from this hero of pre- Revolutionary days. This is the parchment, yellowed with age and given in turn from father to eldest son, by which the Frederick county (Va.) home of the Higgins family was deeded in 1762 to Robert Higgins by Thomas Lord Fairfax. But there is much more of value in that huge box which Treasurer Higgins now keeps in a fireproof vault. There is the original military warrant granted to Captain Robert Higgins of Revolutionary fame, "four thousand acres, revolutionary land grant, between the Little Miami and the Scioto rivers" in Ohio. This is signed by President James Monroe and dated 1817. John Joliff Higgins, grandfather of State Treasurer Higgins, was a native of Ohio and served his county as sheriff for several terms, between the years 1830 and 1840. In 1842 he was elected a major-general of volunteers by the state legislature and was also a presidential elector on the Martin Van Buren ticket in 1844. Robert H. Higgins was born at Georgetown, Brown county, Ohio, on April 29, 1862. His father was Robert Hetrick Higgins, who was a native of Ohio and passed away at his home in Georgetown, that state. During the period of the Civil war he served for three years and seven months as captain of Company D of the Fifty-ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He took a prominent part in the affairs of his county, commonwealth and country, serving as county clerk for fifteen years before and after the Civil war and one term as a member of the lower house of the state legislature, while later he became assistant adjutant general of Ohio. The mother of Robert H. Higgins of this review was Matilda Battaile Marshall Buckner Higgins. In these names her ancestry is fairly well outlined, for she was a descendant of the Battaile, the Marshall and the Buckner families of Revolutionary days.  In 1891 Robert H. Higgins, who had spent six years with the Santa Fe Railroad system in Kansas, came to Colorado to go into the smelting business. He was again with the Santa Fe from 1896 until 1900, and from 1900 until 1907 was active for a second time in the smelting business. From 1908 until 1916, or for a period of eight years, he was county commissioner of Pueblo county. This represents the period in which the greatest progress was made in the history of both the city and county. The new seven hundred thousand dollar courthouse was built in that time without a bond issue and is all paid for. In 1909 began the era of road building and Pueblo county today has the finest system of hard-surfaced roads in the state. It has, moreover, more miles of road than any other county of the state. In 1916 Mr. Higgins was nominated for state treasurer by the democrats of Colorado and was elected to the office by a large majority, a position which he has filled with honor to himself and credit to the commonwealth. On the 4th of February, 1892. Mr. Higgins was married to Miss Laura Alwilda Pres
cott. Their living children are Ruth, Robert and Nellie. Robert is now with the Twenty-eighth Engineers in France. He enlisted at Camp Meade, Maryland, within a hundred miles of where his ancestor, the original Robert, enlisted for service in the Revolutionary war. Mr. Higgins belongs to the Masonic lodge, being a thirty-second degree Mason, and is also a member of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks and the Woodmen of the World. His political, like his business career has been marked by steady progress and  his ability is attested by the demand of his fellow citizens for his service in office.

See
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mjhiggins/n-cw3ii.htm
       138 Higgins, Robert H (includes other census info)

Census Scan HIGGINS ROBERT H 38 M W OH CO PUEBLO 3-WD PUEBLO 1900

Census Scan HIGGINS ROBT H 46 M W OH CO PUEBLO 2-PCT 1910

Census Scan
HIGGINS ROBERT H 52 M W OH CO DENVER DENVER; 247-DIST

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16 Dec 2006
JAMES F HIGGINS SR.

Gazette, The (Colorado Springs), Mar 17, 2004 
James F. Higgins Sr., passed away, surrounded by his loving family, on March 13, 2004 in Colorado Springs. He was born on October 23, 1918 in Potamo Township, MN. He was a man of strength and character with a kind and generous heart; he will be remembered as a loving and wonderful husband, father, grandpa and friend.  He proudly served his country in World War II and was a General Contractor for 40 years in Colorado Springs.
He loved the great outdoors, hunting and fishing, and spending time with his family. 
He is survived by his wife, the love of his life for more than 60 years, Dorothy Kunau Higgins of Colorado Springs. He is also survived by his son, James F. Higgins Jr., and wife Audrey of Colorado Springs, CO; son-like nephew Michael Canterbury of Portland, OR; grandchildren - Captain Seth A. Higgins and wife Elizabeth of Otterberg, Germany, and Lt. Adrienne K. Higgins of Alamogordo, NM; sisters, Katharine Lang of Cohoes, NY, Mary Barrett of Colorado Springs, CO, Ruth Bobbitt of San Antonio, TX, Margaret Philpott of Rogersville, MO, Agnes Richardson of Strafford, MO, and Helen Emry of Las Vegas, NV.  
He is preceded in death by brothers, Laurence and Robert Higgins, and sister Alice Brandenburg. 
Visitation: 3:00 - 6:00 p.m., Thursday, with rosary to follow at Memorial Gardens. 
Memorial Services: 10:00 a.m., Friday, Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 2318 North Cascade Avenue. Burial: Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
Copyright 2004

-Best Census connection-
HIGGINS JAMES 42 M W MA MN BELTRAMI POTAMO 1920 


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22 Apr 2006

http://www.memoriallibrary.com/CO/1898DenverPB/pages/pbrd1156.htm 
 
PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
HON. JOHN F. VIVIAN, deputy superintendent of insurance for the state of Colorado, is among the most prominent citizens of Golden, where he has made his home since 1879. He was born in Phoenix, Houghton County, Mich., December 9, 1864, the son of Joseph and Mary (Tresidder) Vivian, natives of England. His father, who came to the United States in youth, was one of the pioneer miners of copper and iron ore in the northern peninsula of Michigan, where he died in 1867. His wife, who accompanied her parents from England at an early age, settled with them in the northern part of Michigan, where her father was a man of considerable prominence and influence. The year after her husband's death she came to Colorado, where she afterward married Robert Bunney, and now resides in the vicinity of Golden. She has a son and daughter, the latter being Ida, wife of Theodore Merkle, of
Golden. 

When a boy Mr. Vivian worked upon a farm, but upon reaching his majority he entered the mercantile business. He has always been interested in politics and has taken an active part in public affairs. In recognition of his services in behalf of the Republican party, he was in 1890 tendered the office of postmaster. In 1893 he was elected clerk and recorder of Jefferson County, defeating a man who had held the office of county clerk for twenty-one years. Two years later he was re-elected, this time by a majority of eleven hundred out of a total of three thousand votes cast in the county, it being the largest majority ever given any candidate in the county. He held the office until February 14, 1897, when Auditor Lowell appointed him deputy superintendent of insurance for the state. In 1897 he
attended the national convention of insurance commissioners held at Old Point Comfort, Va., and in September, 1898, expects to attend the convention at Milwaukee. In his present position he is said to be just in his rulings, accurate in his decisions and faithful in the discharge of every duty. His official reports are models of accuracy, system and correctness. To his work he brings a conscientious desire to do what is best and wisest, in view of the circumstances.
In 1896 Mr. Vivian was elected a delegate from the first congressional district to the national convention of the Republican party. He took an active part in the exciting scenes of that famous meeting, doing all within his power to secure recognition of the cause of silver by the convention. In this effort he united, under the leadership of Senator Teller, with A. M. Stevenson, C. H. Brickenstein, of Conejos County, J. M. Downing, of Pitkin County, Dr. J. W. Rockefellow, of Crested Butte, F. C. Goudy, of Denver, and Judge Hart, of Pueblo, all of whom left the convention hall when monometallism was championed by the party. Fraternally he is connected with Golden Lodge No. 10, K. of P., in which he is past chancellor. He was united in marriage, in Golden, with Miss Addie E. Higgins (see census below), who was born in this city, the daughter of John A. and Emily Higgins, early settlers of Jefferson County from Hendricks County, Ind. They have two sons, John C. and Chauncey. 
Census Findings:
   HIGGINS JOHN 41M W IN CO JEFFERSON GOLDEN CITY P O 1870 

Household:1880

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age
Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
 

John A. HIGGINS Self M Male W 51 KY Farmer KY VA 
Emily HIGGINS Wife M Female W 48 IN Keeping House TN TN 
Charles HIGGINS Son S Male W 26 IA Farm Hand KY IN 
Mary HIGGINS Dau S Female W 24 IA At Home KY IN 
Sarah HIGGINS Dau S Female W 19 CO At Home KY IN 
Addie HIGGINS Dau S Female W 16 CO KY IN 
Benjamin PARKS Other S Male W 21 MO Farm Hand TN VA


Source Information:
Census Place Vasquez, Jefferson, Colorado Family History Library Film 1254091 
NA Film Number T9-0091 Page Number 279C 

   VIVIAN JOHN F 36 M W MI CO JEFFERSON 4-WD GOLDEN 1900
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ARAPAHOE COUNTY VOTER REGISTRATIONS 1893 - 1905
http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/voter_registrations/arapahoe_defgh.html 

Higgins

J.P.

Arapahoe

1901

Voter Registration


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Fremont County Inheritance Tax Records

   
http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/inh_tax/fremont/h.htm
Higgins, Abel P.    
Fremont 1929 Oct 28  Inh Tax
Higgins, Frances  
Fremont  1941 Jul 29   Inh Tax
Higgins, James H.
Fremont  1938 Oct 17  Inh Tax
Higgins, Sue E.     
Fremont   1929 Jun 03  Inh Tax

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Colorado State Penitentiary Index 1871 - 1973
http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/pen/Hassig-Hinojos.htm

Last Name, First Name   --Inmate Number
Higgins, Charles Aaron     -- 29919
Higgins, Charles Francis   -- 26359
Higgins, Edward             -- 16681
Higgins, Edward S          -- 26893
Higgins, Elige                -- 9913
Higgins, Fred Harold       -- 21308
Higgins, Frederick          -- 1834
Higgins, Hillard Leon       -- 31645
Higgins, James (Alias)    -- 1195
Higgins, James A           -- 17996
Higgins, John                -- 1879
Higgins, John                -- 3545
Higgins, Lee E              -- 26675
Higgins, Martin             -- 394
Higgins, Peter              -- 8846
Higgins, Thomas           -- 38968
Higgins, Thomas E        -- 22338
Higgins, William Thomas -- 31617
Higgins, Willie              -- 35826

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Arapahoe County Poor Hospital Records
http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/hospital/1h.html

NameAgeBirth PlaceImmigrationPageRecordYear

Higgins, Baby

born

CO

----

104

10

1896

Higgins, Baby

born

----

----

108

44

1896

Higgins, Bridget

55

IRELAND

1893

2

45

1895

Higgins, Bridget

55

IRELAND

1893

8

11

1895

Higgins, Lottie

20

TN

----

110

23

1897

Higgins, Ollie

26

TN

----

104

9

1896

Higgins, Ollie

26

TN

----

108

43

1896


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Kit Carson County Birth Report Register 1892 - 1907
http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/births/

FatherMotherCounty

Higgins, Michael

Jones, Lillie

Kit Carson

Higgins, Michael

Jones, Lillie

Kit Carson

Higgins, Michael

Jones, Lillie

Kit Carson

Higgins, Micheal

Jones, Lillie

Kit Carson


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Colorado Veterans' Grave Registrations
http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/military/graves/ HayesHobbs.html

Last NameFirst NameCountyCemeteryBirth date
HigginsA PFremontGreenwood2JUN1845IN
HigginsGeorge WWeldLinn Grove8OCT1841OH
HigginsJohn FGarfieldRosehilld. 25JUN1915---
HigginsPatrick JEl PasoEvergreen15MAR1873Ireland
HigginsThomas GMesaOrchard Mesa27FEB1843WV


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Denver War Risk Insurance Applicants
1916 - 1919
http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/military/war_risk_insurance/h.html

NameRankRecord #Page

Higgins, Clarence Thomas

Pvt Usa Tr Det Lincoln

4303

129

Higgins, Cornelius P

Rct Scas Unasgd 5th Rct Co

877

129

Higgins, Eugene J

Pvt Med Det 312 Engineers

1923

129

Higgins, John J

Pvt 6 Co La

4912

129

Higgins, John Lewis

Pvt 1st Repl Regt Engineers

2601

129

Higgins, Martin A

Pvt 2 Marine Corps

4074

129

Connell, Leo Higgins

Rct Ord Unasgd 5th Rct Co

223

56


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Old Age Pension Records
Denver County

Higgins, AmeliaDenver1933 Aug 5Old Age Pen
Higgins, Dora B.Denver1933 Aug 2Old Age Pen
Higgins, George M.Denver1933 Dec 2Old Age Pen
Higgins, Joseph M.Denver1933 Aug 2Old Age Pen

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County Will Records

Adams County Will Records
1903 - 1938

Higgins, C. W.

Adams

1926 Apr 10

Will

Higgins, Catherine L.

Adams

1937 Jul 30

Will


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RELATED:  1898 Denver Colorado
               Ballenger's and Richard's City Directory


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