CERRILLOS

FRENCH NAMES IN CERRILLOS
Below are French names found in Bill Baxter’s database, at least those whom I have spotted. Details are on the Cerrillos website at http://www.cerrillosnewmexico.com/cerrillos-families , scroll down to get to a list of PDF files.

Bill Baxter was a friend, sadly passed away in early 2015. He had assembled a colossal amount of information about Cerrillos and its mining days, which he would share with anyone interested.

Alarid

Baker, Eugenia

Blanco

Bonjean

Bougard, P.

Bouquet, Jean

Bullard, E – of San Pedro

Buruel, Henry (French Henry)

Cheliat, E. J.

Conway, John W.

Coursier

Darras, Louis Joseph

Defouri, Fray James H.

Delaney, Fred

Devin, John

Dockweiler, Francis

Dominic

Dorrance

Duchat Edward H.

Dunand, M. Hess, and son Charles

Eligie, J.

Eligie, Louis

Elmoreau

Fourchegu, Rev. Antonio

Gerrold, Joseph

Girard, John Peter

Giroux, Joseph

Gilberton, Rev. Paul

Guion, Vincent

Herbert, George

Liesse, Zelie

Labadie family

Lacome, John M.

Lambert, Henri

Lamy, John

Lamy, Miguel

Lawrence, John (“French John”)

LePlat, Emile

LeRoy, Louis

Liesse, Alfred D.

Longuemare, Prof. Charles

Longuemare, Henry

Mallet, François

Mailluchet

Menager, Pierre

Mercure brothers

Mocho family

Monier

Pravesser
Rousseau

Solignac, Emile

Tone

Tournier

Trudeau, Jean-Baptiste

Villepigue, John

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