Hinkle, Girton, Wilson, Davis

 & McPherson Families

Submitted by Shelli Hart

Click here for the Girton Cemetery

Click on the thumbnails for larger images.

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Beauford Hannah Gray - Harold Wilson

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Harold David Wilson

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Harold David Wilson

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Harold David Wilson

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Chester Wilson's Army Company

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Girton Children

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Girton or Hinkle Wedding

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Getting Ready for a ride - Wm. McPherson between horses

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Harold David Wilson

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Harold David Wilson - Beauford Hannah Gray

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Harold David Wilson on the left

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Idaho Bridge

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Ira David

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Ira David, Earl, Otis, Ferdie Wilson

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Ira David - Elizabeth Davis

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Ira David & Ferdie Wilson - Brother & Sister

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Ira David - Elizabeth Davis

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John L. Wilson

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Larry McPherson

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Lizzie - Harold David Wilson - the day he was born - 1 Aug. 1916

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Lizzie Girton

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Old Mill

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Old Mill

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Old Mill

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Sarah Davis - Harold David Age 4 - Chester Ira Age 1

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Bucks Fighting - photo taken by Chester Davis - Game Warden - Elk City

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Photo taken by Chester Davis - Elk City

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Photo taken by Chester Davis - Elk City

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Photo taken by Chester Davis - Elk City

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Thomas Ward Girton

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Thomas Ward Girton

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Thomas Ward Girton

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Unknown Children

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Unknown - possibly Indian?

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Will McPherson - Almie Davis

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Will McPherson - Almie Davis

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William McPherson


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William McPherson

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William McPherson



The farm pic's  belong to 3 different people but is one big farm. Per land grants in Idaho County David A. owned part, John and Lottie owned some and Ira David owned some of the land. All 3 were next to each other and ran as one big ranch. 


William McPherson  b: 17 Dec 1896 in Clearwater, Idaho, Idaho                 d: Apr 1967 in Clearwater, Idaho, Idaho. He is the son of Shelton I McPherson and Mary A ?. He and Almie are buried at Pinegrove Cemetery, Idaho County, Idaho.


Idaho Statesman (Boise City, Idaho)
8 February 1881

Saturday afternoon while Hon. T. W.

Girton, of the Assembly, and several other

gentlemen we taking a look at one of

Tom Frood's blooded race horses in the

yard of the Green Meadow Ranch Depot,

the horse. In playfully exercising around,

kicked him in the left temple, fracture-

ing the skull. The accident caused in-

tense excitement, as grave apprehensions

were felt at the time that the wound would

prove mortal. Doctor McKay was called

and after a partial examination of the

wound and stanching of the blood, Mr.

Girton was conveyed to his room at the

Overland hotel where he was has lain since.

Doctors Dousman and Wilcox were also

called, when the further examination was

made showing that a small portion of the

bone of the skull was missing, and the

fact was afterwards developed that Mr.

Girton had been wounded in the same

place by a kick from a horse several years

ago. Servers as the blow was Mr. Girton

secured to suffer but little, and has retained

his consciousness and the full possession

Of his faculties since the first few minutes

after the accident. Last evening the

patient was resting quietly, and strong

hopes are entertained that he will recover.





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