River Portal (East Portal), Colorado

I'm Irish & I'm a Mason...and I have a story to tell.

Sit By The River - Share My Journey

These entries document the stories of the men, women and children who lived at River Portal, Montrose County, Colorado while working on the Gunnison Diversion Tunnel - a historic pioneering project that celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2009.

Please read from the first entry forwards as I tend to have my own writing style that's more like reading a book than an entry that can be read individually. Reading the posts separate from each other doesn't really convey the story properly. :)

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Household # 22 / 1st Person / Lochie McGillis

Household #22 is a "boarding house" environment where several people are "bunking" together.  I'm going to post each individual separately. 

The first one listed is Lochie McGillis:

1900 Federal Census; Minnesota; St. Louis County;
Duluth; 3rd Precinct; Ward 3; E.D. 266; 7-8 June;
229 West 5th Street; 115/153; DCH

McGillis, Mary Head W F Apr 1834 66 Wd 13/7
                                        Canada Canada Canada 1890 9
               , Daniel Son W M July 1868 31 S
                                        Canada Canada Canada 1888 11 Na
               , Lochie Son W M Aug 1869 30 S
                                        Canada Canada Canada 1890 9
                                                        Fireman RR
               , Saidie (?) Daughter W F June 1878 21 S
                                        Canada Canada Canada
Smith, Howard Grand Son W M Jan 1889 11 S
                                        Ohio Canada Canada
           , Henrietta Grand Daughter W F Jan 1889 11 S
                                        Ohio Canada Canada
1910 Federal Census; Colorado; Montrose County;
Precinct 17; River Portal; E.D. 111; 22/22; DCH (Boarding House)

McGillis, Lochie D. Head M W 39 S
                                            Canada Canada Canada 1890 Na
                                                         Fireman Stationary Engine

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