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Shoshone County Prospectors
Susan Copeland, has information from the 1880's to 1940's. It is broken down by Mining District, gives the last name, first name, claim name and filing number (book and page in the County). She also has the ability to determine whether or not the prospector filed alone or with others.
Shoshone County Mining Co. RecordsOradell Brower Triplett, has Bunker Hill Payroll Ledgers, 1899 - 1965.
Court House Records
March 9, 1999: Susan Copeland, has generously offered: "I am willing to take on any request, dealing with real property or Shoshone County Court House, i.e., probate, marriages, deaths, civil actions, etc. My response time for each request should be less than 1 week (depends on my current job load) and if copies are requested I would request that I would be reimbursed for out of pocket expense."February 4, 2000: Oradell Brower Triplett, informs me that she has these records:
Shoshone County Marriages
1875 thru 1925
Shoshone County Mortuary Records
1860's thru 1945
September 30, 1999: Susan Copeland, writes:
"I now have available transcriptions of Hunt Cemetery located near Kingston, Idaho. Soon, the Day Cemetery, located in Osburn, Idaho, will be available as well."
February 4, 2000:
Triplett, informs me that she has records for the following
Day Cemetery, Osburn
Greenwood Cemetery, Kellogg
Hunt Gulch Cemetery, Kingston
Mullan Old & New Cemeteries, Mullan
Murray Cemetery, Murray
Nine Mile Cemetery, Wallace
Shoshone Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Pinehurst
Shoshone County Societies
May 6, 1999: Oradell Brower Triplett, writes "I am the current president of the Shoshone County Genealogical & Historical Society...I do genealogy research in Shoshone County and I am willing to assist anyone needing info."