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Isaac Batchellor, 1872-1894

Identifier: M262.01


  • 1872-1894

Language of Materials

From the Collection:

The material is in English.

Biographical / Historical

Isaac Batchellor was born in 1928 in Lincoln County, Maine. He joined the Navy when he was 17 and served on a man-of-war suppressing the slave trade. While in the Navy he witnessed the revolutions on 1948 in France and Italy. In 1859 he came to Colorado, drawn by Pike's Peak gold fields. In 1872 he married Ellen C. Chatfield. He was a farmer, miner and partnered in a livery stable "Chatfield and Batchellor" with his wife's brother. He was a member of the territorial legislature in 1872 and 1876. He was a County Commissioner for Denver, and Street Commissioner for Leadville in 1881. His last official position was superintendent of irrigation for the State under Governor Routt.


1 Items : file folder

Scope and Contents

Series 1 contains cards, invitations and newspaper clippings to, from and about Isaac Batchellor.


Series 1 is in one file folder.


Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections and Archives Repository

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