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* [https://www.ancestry.com/1940-census/usa/Nevada/Clyde-Fisk_bt26 Clyde Fisk] born about 1908]
Clyde W. Fisk was born in 1908 and died in 1990.<ref>[https://www.ancestry.com/1940-census/usa/Nevada/Clyde-Fisk_bt26 Clyde Fisk, 1940 Census].</ref> <ref>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/90794156/clyde-w-fisk-obituary/ Clyde W. Fisk,]" Reno Gazette-Journal, Dec 23 1990, page 20.</ref>
* [[1925 Washoe County Directory]] (''Probably Clyde Fisk, rancher. Also paid [[1936 Tax List | 1936 taxes]] at [[Deep Hole]]. [[Squaw Reservoir]] was once called Fisk Reservoir.  See also [[Shootout at Hualipi Flats]]. '')
 
* [[1936 Tax List]] mentions Fisk as part of [[Deep Hole]].  
Effie Mae Fisk mother<ref>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/90824133/effie-mae-fisk/ Funeral Held for Mrs. Fisk,]" Reno Evening Gazette, February 5, 1947, page 20.</ref> ran a boarding house in [[Sulphur]], where she met Fisk's father.  In 1911,<ref>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/90793806/fisk-homestead-a-state-institution/ Fisk Homestead a State Institution,]" Doris Cerveri, Reno Gazette-Journal, December 27, 1975, page 4.</ref> Mrs. Fisk homesteaded a ranch in [[Squaw Valley]].
* [[Shootout at Hualipi Flats]] Clyde Fisk was a youngster around the time of the 1915 shooting. "Clyde Fisk's ranch near Squaw Valley north of Gerlach."
 
* [[Squaw Reservoir]] was possibly known as Fisk Reservoir:
Clyde Fisk was a youngster around the time of the 1915 [[Shootout at Hualipi Flats]].
** Renee Corona Kolvet, Victoria Ford, "[https://archive.org/details/CivilianConservationCorps The Civilian Conservation Corps in Nevada: From Boys to Men]," Description of a CCC camp in Gerlach by Claude Chadwell. "Fisk Reservoir <nowiki>[Squaw Creek Reservoir]</nowiki> is still there"  
 
* "[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/90793806/fisk-homestead-a-state-institution/ Fisk Homestead a State Institution,]" Doris Cerveri, Reno Gazette-Journal, December 27, 1975, page 4.
The [[1925 Washoe County Directory]] shows a Fisk, C. W., who is presumably Clyde Fisk.  Fisk also paid [[1936 Tax List | 1936 taxes]] at [[Deep Hole]].
 
[[Squaw Reservoir]] was possibly known as Fisk Reservoir.<ref>Renee Corona Kolvet, Victoria Ford, "[https://archive.org/details/CivilianConservationCorps The Civilian Conservation Corps in Nevada: From Boys to Men]," Description of a CCC camp in Gerlach by Claude Chadwell. "Fisk Reservoir <nowiki>[Squaw Creek Reservoir]</nowiki> is still there"</ref>
 
Fisk married Jeanne Catherine Mudgette in 1947.  Jeanne died in 1957 at the age of 39.<ref>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/90824619/obituary-for-jeanne-catherine-fisk/ Gerlach Matron Passes in Reno,]" Reno Evening Gazette, Aug 12 1957, page 13.</ref>
 
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[[Category:Biographies]]

Latest revision as of 18:21, 19 December 2021

Clyde W. Fisk was born in 1908 and died in 1990.[1] [2]

Effie Mae Fisk mother[3] ran a boarding house in Sulphur, where she met Fisk's father. In 1911,[4] Mrs. Fisk homesteaded a ranch in Squaw Valley.

Clyde Fisk was a youngster around the time of the 1915 Shootout at Hualipi Flats.

The 1925 Washoe County Directory shows a Fisk, C. W., who is presumably Clyde Fisk. Fisk also paid 1936 taxes at Deep Hole.

Squaw Reservoir was possibly known as Fisk Reservoir.[5]

Fisk married Jeanne Catherine Mudgette in 1947. Jeanne died in 1957 at the age of 39.[6]

References

  1. Clyde Fisk, 1940 Census.
  2. "Clyde W. Fisk," Reno Gazette-Journal, Dec 23 1990, page 20.
  3. "Funeral Held for Mrs. Fisk," Reno Evening Gazette, February 5, 1947, page 20.
  4. "Fisk Homestead a State Institution," Doris Cerveri, Reno Gazette-Journal, December 27, 1975, page 4.
  5. Renee Corona Kolvet, Victoria Ford, "The Civilian Conservation Corps in Nevada: From Boys to Men," Description of a CCC camp in Gerlach by Claude Chadwell. "Fisk Reservoir [Squaw Creek Reservoir] is still there"
  6. "Gerlach Matron Passes in Reno," Reno Evening Gazette, Aug 12 1957, page 13.