The people listed below were connected to the area of the Wrangell Garnet Ledge either as a claimant or connected to the Alaska Garnet Mining & Manufacturing Co.

In addition, I have added people connected to mining in Arizona where Anna E. Durkee and Mary T. Elmer were involved in a mining operation. 

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Wrangell Garnet Ledge Connections
Agnes PetersonWitness on Corporation Papers
Wm. T. CoeWitness on Corporation Papers – Attorney born in Iowa.
Alexander VreattSold Garnet Ledge to Women; acted as agent
William TaylorSold Garnet Ledge to Women
E.E. Griswell or GriswoldAdvertising man…take charge of publicity; later noted as assistant manager.
Peter C. McCormackSold them 38 sq feet and building on Front Street, opposite Inman Boat house building, which he had purchased from F. Collins.
Robert .J. FrizellCharge of work at the ledge for AGM&M 1921 when leased to Western Abrasive Paper Co.; had son with him.
Julia E. DuffSister of Mary T. Elmer
Belle HazenSpent summer working for women at Wrangell in office and selling garnets.
Mrs. R.D. CurrierFriend of Mrs. Belle Hazen
Mrs. Jennie SandersSister of Belle Hazen
Agnes K. SeamansInvolved in mining claim with Anna
George D. EmeryAttorney in Seattle, and witness on mining claim
Rev. J.S. ClarkActed as their agent & had claim with Anna. Presbyterian Minister in Wrangell.
Frank SpauldingAgent for mine in 1913; trapper up Stikine
Charles NelsonAgent for mine in 1923
Wm. BurgartAgent for mine in 1914
John HagstromWorked ledge 1909
Mr. And Mrs Maynard HartWorked at ledge and were caretakers in 1915; had two children with them
Miss Margaret WilkisonTeacher for Hart children winter of 1915
Captain W.E. ParrottFarmed on Sergief Island; may have helped out at the mine.
Tom and Annie TamareeCaretakers at ledge 1916-1919. Annie Tamaree filed lien against corporation for wages not paid after Tom’s death.
C.C. LightfootWitnessed Brown Claim, Garnet #2 Claim, 1911
E.B. NicholsCorser Investment Co. – held collateral for Agnes Seamans/Anna Durkee agreement for claim. Firm in Minneapolis, MN
Benjamin HunterDid work on Ruby Claim in 1910
A.S. ?????????Did work on Ruby Claim in 1910 – last name not legible
Wm. BurgarSigned as agent in 1914
Arthur WaterburyEmployed by AGM&M in 1916
J.L. NearAgent on Notice of Appropriation of water in 1923
Kate Irene SchultzOwner of 100 shares of stock signed by Lettie and Anna on March 1, 1913
Mrs. “Napoleon” SpragueShe was a cook at the mine for AGM&M in 1915. Read about “Muggins” the dog.
Dr. Thomas H. Morgan and James H. CullenInvolved in court case with Anna Durkee and Mary Elmer in California in 1913.
Peter C. McCormickPurchased property from McCormick in 1913.  This was a lot for their covered building on Front Street next to the Inman Boat building.

The following people were involved in the Dardanelles Mining Company
and later as the reorganized Dardanelles Amalgamated Mines, Inc. in Arizona

Albert B. TaylorPortland, Maine. Banker and secretary/treasurer of Dardanelles Mining Co., and later the reorganized Dardanelles Amalgamated Mines, Inc.
Fred H. ColvinNew York. President of Dardanelles Mining Co., and later the reorganized Dardanelles Amalgamated Mines, Inc.
A. Bailey JohnsonAccountant and paymaster of Dardanelles Amalgamated Mines, Inc.
Conklin and MontroseNew York attorneys for Dardanelles, 55 Wall Street (later 63 Wall Street). They were also attorneys who drew up the change of address, etc. for AGM&M Co.
Carl G. KrookKingman, AZ. Also an attorney for the Dardanelles mining operation.
E. Ford EatonEngineer and foreman of Dardanelles mining operation.
Edwin O. DaueTook over for Eaton as engineer and foreman.
H.L. McCarnChloride. Engineer and resident manager.
Charles LupherForeman
Ira M. ClaunchSuperintendent of operations.
C.M. StoddardIncorporator at time of reorganization of Dardanelles Amalgamated Mines, Inc.
B. WrightIncorporator at time of reorganization of Dardanelles Amalgamated Mines, Inc.
Miss Hilda LiekseSan Francisco. A stockholder who wrote to AZ Geological Survey about status of mine.