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Two of his daughters married [[Charles Carter]].
Two of his daughters married [[Charles Carter]].
The [[Jeakins Mine]] is located in the [[Selenite Range]].


According to a page on Flickr, the Alford Jeakins Tie House was demolished around 2010.
According to a page on Flickr, the Alford Jeakins Tie House was demolished around 2010.
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* [http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/e/a/Donald-B-Jeakins-NV/GENE3-0009.html Descendents of Burford Jeakins]
* [http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/e/a/Donald-B-Jeakins-NV/GENE3-0009.html Descendents of Burford Jeakins]
* [https://secure.flickr.com/photos/10111/8279697832/ Old tie house in Gerlach, 1995. It was demolished around 2010.]
* [https://secure.flickr.com/photos/10111/8279697832/ Old tie house in Gerlach, 1995. It was demolished around 2010.]
* [http://www.panoramio.com/photo/53411464 Al Jeakins Mining Claim Cabin, Pershing Ct Nevada] (Panoramio Image)
 
* [http://mineralresourcemap.com/detail/10008807 Jeakins Mine] - Tungsten mine located in the [[Selenite Range]].  Discovered in 1941, last production in 1968.
 
** Analytical Data:: JONES (1984)
[[Category:Biographies]]
** Deposit:: JOHNSON, M.G., 1977, GEOLOGY AND MINERAL DEPOSITS OF PERSHING COUNTY, NEVADA: NBMG BULL. 89
[[Category:Gerlach residents]]
** Deposit:: JOHNSON, A.C. & BENSON, W.T., 1963, TUNGSTEN RESOURCES OF NEVADA: USBM OPEN FILE REPORT
** Deposit:: STAGER, H. K. & TINGLEY, J. V., 1988, TUNGSTEN DEPOSITS IN NEVADA: NBMG BULL. 105, P. 161
** Deposit:: JONES, R. B., 1984, NBMG FIELD EXAMINATION AND SAMPLE ANALYSIS: NBMG UNPUBLISHED (TINGLEY) FILES.
** Deposit:: CREWDSON, R. A., 1974, GEOLOGY AND MINERAL DEPOSITS OF PART OF THE SELENITE RANGE, PERSHING COUNTY, NV: M. S. THESIS, COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES.
** Deposit:: LEMMON, D. M. AND TWETO, O. L., 1962, TUNGSTEN: USGS MINERAL INVESTIGATIONS RESOURCES: USGS MAP MR-25.
** Production:: STAGER & TINGLEY (1988)

Latest revision as of 18:47, 27 November 2014

Alford Jeakins was a resident of Gerlach.

Two of his daughters married Charles Carter.

The Jeakins Mine is located in the Selenite Range.

According to a page on Flickr, the Alford Jeakins Tie House was demolished around 2010.

Alford Jeakins, circa 1932 (Courtesy Gary B. Horton)
Alford and Mabel Jeakins, Gerlach, 1943 (Courtesy Gary B. Horton)
Alford Jeakins Tie House, Gerlach, 1976 (Courtesy Gary B. Horton)
Alford Jeakins Tie House, Gerlach, 2008 (Courtesy Gary B. Horton)

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