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Cowel owned a ranch near [[Limbo]].  
R.H. Cowles owned a ranch near [[Limbo]].  


A [https://glorecords.blm.gov/details/survey/default.aspx?dm_id=355554&sid=ockkdziy.doe#surveyDetailsTabIndex=1 1874 plat] of S15 T30N R24 shows "Gummels House."
A [https://glorecords.blm.gov/details/survey/default.aspx?dm_id=355554&sid=ockkdziy.doe#surveyDetailsTabIndex=1 1874 plat] of S15 T30N R24 shows "Gummels House."


A [https://glorecords.blm.gov/details/patent/default.aspx?accession=154542&docClass=SER&sid=soezlc2s.iap 1910 land patent] naming Alex Ranson, Nick Curnow, E. H Cowles and [[James Raser]] was granted as a selenite mining placer for these locations
A [https://glorecords.blm.gov/details/patent/default.aspx?accession=154542&docClass=SER&sid=soezlc2s.iap 1910 land patent] naming Alex Ranson, Nick Curnow, E. H Cowles and [[James Raser]] was granted as a selenite mining placer for these locations:
* NV Mount Diablo 030N - 023½E   5 3602 Washoe
* NV Mount Diablo 030N - 023½E   5 3602 Washoe
* NV Mount Diablo 030N - 024E   6 3602 Pershing
* NV Mount Diablo 030N - 024E   6 3602 Pershing
* NV Mount Diablo 031N - 024E   31 3602 Pershing
* NV Mount Diablo 031N - 024E   31 3602 Pershing


A Cowels Ranch is shown in a 1954 map as being on the east side of the [[Selenite Range]] along old Nevada Highway 48 at S16 T30N R24E<ref>"[https://www.dot.nv.gov/home/showdocument?id=7685 1954 Pershing County Zone 1 map]," Nevada Department of Transportation.</ref>
A Cowles Ranch is shown in a 1954 map as being on the east side of the [[Selenite Range]] along old Nevada Highway 48 at S16 T30N R24E<ref>"[https://www.dot.nv.gov/home/showdocument?id=7685 1954 Pershing County Zone 1 map]," Nevada Department of Transportation.</ref>


Wheeler states that there was a big Cowels Ranch near [[Pyramid]]. <ref>[https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Desert_Lake/_YhOieXXzqoC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=cowels+ranch&pg=PA79&printsec=frontcover The Desert Lake]," y Sessions S. Wheeler, 1967, p. 79.</ref>
Wheeler states that there was a big R.H. Cowles Ranch near [[Pyramid]]. <ref>[https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Desert_Lake/_YhOieXXzqoC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=cowels+ranch&pg=PA79&printsec=frontcover The Desert Lake]," y Sessions S. Wheeler, 1967, p. 79.</ref>


Ray Mosley owned a ranch on the west side of the [[Selenite Range]] that consisted of buildings and a tungsten mine at S30 T30N R24E.
Ray Mosley owned a ranch on the west side of the [[Selenite Range]] that consisted of buildings and a tungsten mine at S30 T30N R24E.

Revision as of 17:14, 5 September 2022

R.H. Cowles owned a ranch near Limbo.

A 1874 plat of S15 T30N R24 shows "Gummels House."

A 1910 land patent naming Alex Ranson, Nick Curnow, E. H Cowles and James Raser was granted as a selenite mining placer for these locations:

  • NV Mount Diablo 030N - 023½E 5 3602 Washoe
  • NV Mount Diablo 030N - 024E 6 3602 Pershing
  • NV Mount Diablo 031N - 024E 31 3602 Pershing

A Cowles Ranch is shown in a 1954 map as being on the east side of the Selenite Range along old Nevada Highway 48 at S16 T30N R24E<ref>"1954 Pershing County Zone 1 map," Nevada Department of Transportation.</ref>

Wheeler states that there was a big R.H. Cowles Ranch near Pyramid. <ref>The Desert Lake," y Sessions S. Wheeler, 1967, p. 79.</ref>

Ray Mosley owned a ranch on the west side of the Selenite Range that consisted of buildings and a tungsten mine at S30 T30N R24E.

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