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- Hot Sulpher Springs
(1885-1890) - Grand Lake
|Population - 12,442|
was created in 1874 from part of Summit
In 1877 the western part was split off to form Routt County.
In 1886 the Colorado Supreme Court awarded North Park to Larimer County to settle a boundary dispute.
|Icon indicates cemetery headstone photographs have been donated to the Colorado Tombstone Photo Project.|
Cemetery, near Fraiser
on Rollins Pass Road
|Sep 07||Steve Batty|
|Cozens Family Cemetery, near Fraiser||Aug 07||Eileen Lemons|
|Eastom Cemetery||4/2005||Connie Clayton|
|Fraser Cemetery As of June 2002||12/2003||Cathy Thomas|
(Cemetery Board Records)
|Granby Cemetery||12/2003||Cathy Thomas|
|Grand Lake Cemetery||9/2003||Sandi Smith
|Hot Sulphur Springs Cemetery||33 KB||12/2000||Steve Byfield|
|Kremmling (Riverside) Cemetery||11/2003||Steve Byfield|
|1911 Edition Colorado Business
Arrow | Fraser | Granby | Grand Lake | Kremmling | Leal | Lehman | Parshall | Radium | Scroll | Sulphur Springs (Hot Sulphur Springs) | Tabernash
|Nov 04||Joy Fisher|
|WW I Draft Registration Cards|
[ A-K | L-Z ]
|163 KB||Feb 98||Ray H. Banks|
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