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Summit County

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County Seat - Breckenridge
(1861-1868) - Parkville
Population - 23,548
Summit 1861-1874 Summit 1874-1883 Summit 1883-Today
Summit County is one of the original Colorado Counties.
In 1874 the northern part was split off to form Grand County.
In 1883 the western part was split off to create Garfield and Eagle Counties.
Icon indicates cemetery headstone photographs have been donated to the Colorado Tombstone Photo Project.
Robinson Cemetery, near Climax Mine
(Condemed 1939 - list of remains to be removed.)
14 kb Sep 02 Shannon Richter
Valley Brook Cemetery, Breckenridge      
1870 US Census Schedules - 9 GIF Images
Note: Frames 146a&b are Breckenridge, 494a-495a are Montezuma/St John, and 496a-497b are rural Summit County.
Avg 150 KB Jun 99 Donated by CensusView
1910 Federal Census
Argentine | Breckenridge | Dillon | Kokomo | Lakeside | Lincoln | Montezuma | Robinson | Slate Creek | Trisco
Avg 8 kb Jul 05 Betty Baker
1911 Edition Colorado Business Directory
Breckenridge | Dillon  | FriscoKokomoMontezumaRobinsonSwandyke
  Nov 04 Joy Fisher
WWI Draft Registrations 78 KB Feb 98 Ray H. Banks
WWII Honor List Of Dead And Missing 1946 1kb Nov 05 Marta Norton
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