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    • Babcock, Albert L.

    • 1900
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Babcock, Antoinette Packer. Babcock, Lewis C. Hardware stores. County officials and employees. Legislators--Montana. Theaters. Bankers--Montana.
    • Albert L. Babcock was born in Albany, NY in December, 1851. On September 12, 1877, Babcock married Miss Antoinette Packer, of Pontiac, Illinois. Their only child, Lewis C. Babcock, was born at Pontiac, in 1878. They arrived in Montana in 1882...
    • Fraser, H. Willard

    • 1965
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Mayors--Montana--Billings. Fraser, Marjorie Frost. Fraser, Robin. Frost, Robert. Frost, Elinor. Pictograph Cave State Park (Mont.) Yellowstone Art Museum (Billings, Mont.) Bicycles & tricycles--1960-1970.
    • In 1932, Marjorie Frost, daughter of poet Robert and Elinor Frost, married Willard Fraser and the couple settled in Billings. She died in 1934 - See Arrange Rites for Mrs. Willard Fraser, Billings Gazette, May 4, 1934. They had a daughter,...
    • Lamey, Dan

    • 1910
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Northern Pacific Railroad Company.
    • From Minnesota and arrived in Clark Fork Bottom by 1880. The father of William Lamey and Mary P. Morgan. Daniel homesteaded along where Cemetery Road was located on the Billings Bench. He also worked on construction of the Northern Pacific...
    • Pruett, Mr. & Mrs.

    • 1890
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Pruett, Charles J. Bray, Annie E.
    • Unknown - Maybe Charles J. Pruett, with wife Annie E. Bray, who located the rich mine, 'Mayflower,' in Madison county (Whitehall) in the 1890s according to Progressive Men of Montana by Bowen. He died in 1938.
    • Rea, Dave

    • 1890
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Rea, David B. Rea, Florence. Sheep--Montana. Wool industry--Montana. Glendive (Mont.)
    • Likely David Rea of the Rea Brothers, Billings Sheepmen, - See Dave Rea of Billings, Who Marketed Biggest Wool Clip, Billings Gazette, January 17, 1943. In 1881, Dave Rea's family took up land on Cabin creek, 15 miles west of Glendive, and it was...

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