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Not to be confused with [[Willow Point Ranch]] or [[Willow Point Station]].
Not to be confused with [[Willow Creek Station]] or [[Willow Point Station]].


Willow Creek Ranch is located four miles from Dan LaBarron's ranch.  LaBarron was known as [[Mormon Dan]] and lived on [[Big Creek]] at the north end of the [[Jackson Mountains]] on the east side.  At one time Willow Creek was owned by G.F. Turrittin, who was at one time mayor of Reno.  In 1905, Willow Creek Ranch was owned by Wheeler Stock Company. <ref>"Humboldt County 1905,", Allen C. Bragg, 1905.</ref>
Willow Creek Ranch is located four miles from Dan LaBarron's ranch.  LaBarron was known as [[Mormon Dan]] and lived on [[Big Creek]] at the north end of the [[Jackson Mountains]] on the east side.  At one time Willow Creek was owned by G.F. Turrittin, who was at one time mayor of Reno.  In 1905, Willow Creek Ranch was owned by Wheeler Stock Company. <ref>"Humboldt County 1905,", Allen C. Bragg, 1905.</ref>

Latest revision as of 20:06, 18 May 2022

Not to be confused with Willow Creek Station or Willow Point Station.

Willow Creek Ranch is located four miles from Dan LaBarron's ranch. LaBarron was known as Mormon Dan and lived on Big Creek at the north end of the Jackson Mountains on the east side. At one time Willow Creek was owned by G.F. Turrittin, who was at one time mayor of Reno. In 1905, Willow Creek Ranch was owned by Wheeler Stock Company. [1]

References

  1. "Humboldt County 1905,", Allen C. Bragg, 1905.