Gerlach Justice of the Peace
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- "Statutes of the State of Nevada," February 1, 1911. $900/year for the Justice of the Peace and the Constable. Also, fees associated with civil cases.
- "On receipt of word from the Gerlach constable that if a jail was not soon built he would arrive in Reno some day with at least 21 hoboes, and that he was forced to handcuff the tramps and tie them to trees, no other shelter being provided, the county commissioners decided to erect a new jail there" "History of Washoe County," Reno Evening Gazette, July 31, 1911. Steel cells for the new Gerlach jail arrived July 31, 1911.
- Harry Norton: 1915, see Shootout at Hualipi Flats.
- Mont E. Hutchinson: from at least 1919-1920 - 1936
- In the area in 1915, see Shootout at Hualipi Flats.
- "Appendix to Journals of Senate and Assembly of the Thirtieth Session of the Legislature of Nevada, Volume 30, Part 1" 1919-1920
- "Newspaper abstracts," Surprise Valley Record, 1934.
- Ben Johnson?? 1936? - ?
- Reno Gazette, October 20, 1936 Hutchinson had recently died.
- Charles Carter 1950 - 1968
- Mollie Turnbow 1972? - 1977?
- 1970: "In that year, the county commissioners constructed in Gerlach, at a cost of $13,330, a new jail and justice's court of 590 square feet;": History of Washoe County, Minutes of the Washoe County Board of County Commissioners , Jan. 26, 1970
- Ray Paschall 1979? - 1994?
- Phil Thomas 6 years ending in 2003 or 2004
- Terry Graham ? - 2018