Monday, June 18, 2018

Was Grandpa Gabriel Pinsonneau (1803-1877) involved in the Fur Trade?

 


It seems likely he may have had some involvement in the fur trade, especially when you consider the following facts:

His father, his grandfathers, all of his uncles, and his father-in-law had all been voyageurs.

His last known Canadian address in Chateauguay, Quebec, Canada (1825) was property he shared with a voyageur Jean Baptiste Poupard -- his brother-in-law -- who married Marie Angelique Meunier dit Lagasse, his wife’s sister.

According to the 1830 US Federal census he was living on Isle La Motte, Lake Champlain, Vermont, located on a long time fur trade route between Albany and Montreal.

From the birth records of his children we know he was in Wilna, New York before 1836 — 20 years earlier -- between 1792 and 1814 -- Wilna, New York had been known as Castorland.

1802 New York map with Castorland (Wilna is the red dot)

About Castorland:

The Castorland village name means "Land of the Beaver."  The name stems from a colony of refugees from the French Revolution, established in 1792 to provide a new home away from the violence in France. 

The land, 210,000 acres, was originally part of Macomb's Purchase.  It was purchased by La Compagnie de New York. "Castorland" is a literal translation of the old Indian name of the area, Couch-sach-ra-ga.

Castorland was located in the northwestern part of the State of New York, between the Black River, and the forty-fourth degree of latitude (in the region where the towns of Wilna, Castorland, Carthage, Great Bend, Black River and Watertown are situated today).

Due to many reverses, including harsh winters, poor planning, loss of livestock and funds, the colony was dissolved in 1814.  Many of the original settlers from the Castorland colony returned to Europe or moved to larger communities.

1829 New York map (Wilna is the red dot)

About Wilna, New York

According to 1850 through 1870 US Federal census records Gabriel lived in Wilna, New York.



Gabriel lived in the northeastern corner of Wilna in an area known as Natural Bridge, and is just west of the renown adirondacks mountains.  His homestead fronted the Indian River which gave him canoe access to vast wilderness areas during the first half of the 19th century.

About Gabriel Pinsonneau (1803–1877), 3rd great-grandfather, born 3 MAR 1803 in La Prairie, Quebec; died 16 DEC 1877 in Wilna, Jefferson Co., NY.

He  went by the name Gilbert Passino after moving to the USA.

His father: Gabriel Pinsonneau (1770–1807)

His mother: Marie Vielle (1773–1808)

Spouse: Marie Emélie Meunier dit Lagassé (1808–1883)

Gabriel's home in 1864 is the red dot


Children:

i. Nelson Francis Pinsonneau b. 1821 Canada, d. 1897

ii. Justine Pinsonneau b. 1827 Canada, d. 1827

iii. Moses David  Pinsonneau b. 1827 Canada, d. 1895

iv. Flavie  Pinsonneau b. 1834 Canada, d. 1908

v. Lucy  Pinsonneau b. 1836 New York, d. 1917

vi. Laura  Pinsonneau b. 1840 New York, d. 1915

vii. Mary Jane  Pinsonneau b. 1841 New York, d. 1917

viii. George Gilbert Pierce (Pinsonneau) b. 1853 New York, d. 1913

Indian River emptied into the St. Lawrence

The record of Gilbert's life is so thin my question may never be answered, but my guess is that he had both the means and opportunity to trade furs for a little extra income.



Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Complicated relationship of the Governor of Montreal and Rene Bourassa


IT’S COMPLICATED, but in March 1729, Charles Lemoine de Longueuil, GOVERNOR OF MONTREAL granted permission to René Bourassa [who is related by marriage] to carry letters to New England.

• Charles Lemoine de Longueuil, Governor of Montreal’s father is Charles Le Moyne de Longueuil et de Chateauguay who is the brother-in-law AND Trading Post partner of Jacques Leber our 9th great-uncle.

• Jacques Leber, our 9th great-uncle, is the brother of Francois Leber (a voyageur) our 8th great-grandfather.

• Francois Leber’s daughter Marie Le Ber, our 7th great-grandmother, is the wife of Francois Bourassa AND is the mother of Rene Bourassa dit LaRonde.

RENÉ BOURASSA DIT LA RONDE IS A COUREUR DE BOIS: A FUR TRADER WHO TRADES DIRECTLY WITH THE INDIANS.

In the early decades of the 18th century the merchants in the English colonies were paying on the average twice the French price for beaver pelts.  Tempted by these profits, René Bourassa, dit La Ronde, ventured into the extensive illicit trade between Montreal and Albany, New York.  He was caught, however, and in July 1722 fined 500 livres.

By 1726 he had entered the western trade, which his father had followed over 30 years earlier.  In partnership with Nicolas Sarrazin and François Lefebvre Duplessis Faber, Bourassa dispatched canoes to the pays d’en haut in 1726.  The following year he traded to Baie-des-Puants (Green Bay, Wis.), where Duplessis was commandant. 

ALTHOUGH HIS MAIN FOCUS WAS THE WESTERN TRADE, IN MARCH 1729 BOURASSA CARRIED LETTERS TO NEW ENGLAND, A TRIP WHICH WAS PROBABLY COVER FOR ILLEGAL TRADE.




By 1735 he was connected with business associates of Pierre Gaultier de Varennes et de La Vérendrye. In that year Bourassa hired engagés to go to La Vérendrye’s posts at Fort Saint-Charles (on Lake of the Woods) and Fort Maurepas (a few miles above the mouth of the Red River). He himself was at Saint-Joseph (Niles, Mich.) in July but wintered with the explorer at Saint-Charles.

In 1736, Rene Bourassa established a small trading post on Crane Lake where the Vermillion River flows into it.

He eventually settled at Michilimackinac where he spend many years .



Thursday, May 24, 2018

Great-Grandfather, was a soldier in the Régiment de la Reine



Michel Vielle, our 5th great-grandfather, was a soldier in the Régiment de la Reine, in the Compagnie Captain Guillaume de Montbrais.

Michel Vielle dit Cossé (1724–1805) 5th great-grandfather
BIRTH ABOUT 1724 • Cossé, Mayenne, Pays de la Loire, France
DEATH 7 MAR 1805 • La Prairie (Notre-Dame-de-LaPrairie-de-la-Madeleine), Québec

His two sons Joseph and Michel became voyageurs for the North West Company in the 1790s.

History of the Régiment de la Reine -- Regiment of the Queen -- during the Seven Years' War

The two battalions of this regiment operated on different theaters of operation for most of the Seven Years' War. The 1st Battalion remained in Europe while the 2nd was sent to Canada.

2nd Battalion (from wikipedia)

On May 3 1755, the 2nd Battalion (12 companies: Assezat, Bayard, Delmas, Desnoës, Faudoas, Hébécourt, Hébécourt, Lass, Montbrais, (Captain Guillaume de Montbrais), Montreuil, Pascalis, Peres) embarked at Rochefort for Canada under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Jean-Georges Dejean de Roquemaure. The ship of the line Lys, transporting 4 of these companies was captured on June 8 by the Royal Navy off the coasts of Newfoundland before reaching Québec.

The 8 remaining companies of the 2nd Battalion disembarked at Québec on June 23. Soon after, they were sent to relieve Fort Saint-Frédéric (present-day Crown Point) and to put a stop to the British advance on Lake Champlain. On September 8, 2 companies of the 2nd Battalion, under Dieskau, took part in the Combat of Lake George. Along with 2 companies of Languedoc Infanterie, these 2 companies of La Reine Infanterie were the first French regulars to take part in a battle in North America during the Seven Years' War. After this battle, British provincial troops maintained their position but stopped their progression on Fort Saint-Frédéric. The regiment took its winter-quarters in Montréal.

In May 1756, the 2nd Battalion was posted at Carillon (present-day Ticonderoga) where it took part in the construction of Fort Carillon. The Marquis de Montcalm arrived at Carillon during the Summer and considered the place secure. When Montcalm left for Lake Ontario, the battalion remained at Carillon with the small force placed under the command of the Chevalier de Lévis to defend the place. On November 2, the battalion left Carillon to reach its winters-quarters upstream from Québec on the left bank of the Saint-Laurent River at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and Beauport.

By July 20 1757, a French force totaling 8,000 men (including the 2nd Battalion) was gathered at Carillon. On August 1, this force left Carillon with Montcalm and advanced upon Fort William Henry. The battalion then took part in the siege of Fort William Henry which lasted from August 5 to 9. On August 16, after the capture and destruction of the fort, the French force reembarked and returned to Carillon. On September 4, the battalion left Carillon and arrived at Saint-Jean on September 7. It then worked at the fortification of the place. On October 12, a piquet of the battalion was sent to Carillon to garrison the place during winter. On October 27, Lévis sent the battalion to Québec to garrison the town during winter.

On March 13 1758, Indian scouts located a party of Rogers' Rangers near Fort Carillon. A small detachment of the battalion was among the party sent against them. They engaged them during the so called skirmish of Snow Shoes. The rangers lost 125 men in this engagement.

On May 15, the shortage of supplies was such in Québec that the battalion, who had wintered there, left the town for Carillon where ampler supplies were available. On June 3, it arrived at Carillon where all other regular battalions were assembling to stop the British offensive on Lake Champlain.

On June 30, the battalion was part of Bourlamaque's detachment who took position at the head of the portage at the outlet of Lake Saint-Sacrement (present-day Lake George).

On July 6, it followed the main French force to the left bank of the fall before retreating to Carillon. On July 7, it worked at the entrenchment in front of the fort. On July 8, the battalion took part in the victorious Battle of Carillon where it was deployed at the extremity of the right wing under Lévis. In this battle, the battalion lost Lieutenant Daudin and 7 soldiers killed; and Captain d'Hébécourt, Captain Le Comte, 2 lieutenants and 45 soldiers wounded. Between November 1 and 5, the entire French army left Carillon to move to its winter-quarters, leaving detachments from various battalions to guard the fort. The battalion took up its winter-quarters between Saint-Augustin and Grondines.

In 1759, the 2nd Battalion formed part of Bourlamaque's force assigned to stop the British advance from Lake Champlain. In September, after the capitulation of Québec, the 2nd Battalion withdrew towards Montréal where the remnants of the French army were concentrating. In November, the regiment took up its winter-quarters along the Chambly River.

By March 1760, 51 men of the battalion had been detached to Saint-Jean while 36 were unfit for duties. This left 358 men available for the planned expedition against Québec. The latter were supplemented by 237 men from the militias of Chambly, Saint-Charles, Saint-Denis, Saint-Antoine and Saint-Ours who were integrated into the battalion.

From April 21 to 25, transport vessels gradually sailed from Montréal for Québec. Overall the battalion then counted 27 officers, 370 regulars, 223 militia and 38 non-combatants for a total of 658 men.

On April 28, it took part in the Battle of Sainte-Foy where it was deployed in the second line. On May 24, after the arrival of British reinforcements at Québec, the battalion left Jacques-Cartier. In mid August, La Reine Infanterie and Royal Roussillon Infanterie were sent to Saint-Jean under the command of M. de Roquemaure who was later reinforced with all the Milice du district de Montréal. On September 9, after the capitulation of Montréal, the battalion still counted 346 men and 21 officers.

On September 16, as per the terms of the capitulation, the battalion was embarked aboard British transports who reached Québec on October 10 and 11 and then sailed for France where they arrived in December.


It is unknown if Michel Vielle dit Cossé was left behind in October of 1760, because he was wounded or a prisoner of war, or perhaps he went to France with the regiment, and returned before he married Marie Elisabeth Marier (1740–1785) on 3 Aug 1761 in St-Charles-sur-Richelieu, Quebec

About Captain Guillaume de Montbrais

During much of the war Montcalm placed Canadian regular officers and some French officers, those “most agreeable to the different nations”, with Indian scouting and raiding parties, and under their leadership and guidance--the Frenchmen were not authorized to give orders to Indian warriors—the natives perform ed valuable service for his army.  Numerous officers from Montcalm ’s line regiments served with Indians because there were not enough Canadian regular officers to lead the militia and act as military attaches with the Indians; after all, they had their own French colonial regulars to command. 

Captain Guillaum e de Montbrais of the Regiment de La Reine reported that during his five years in Canada he spent a total of only eighteen months recuperating in quarters because during the campaigning season and the winter he was on detached service with the Indians at the advanced posts.  Swiss line officers with the Regiment Suisse de Karrer in Louisiana also spent a considerable amount of time fighting against Indians and in company with them.



Monday, April 16, 2018

How the “Chatsworth Day of the Horse” came about…



Joyce and I boarded our horses in Browns Canyon for many years before buying horse property in Chatsworth in 2000.

Fighting Developers

No sooner had we moved than we became aware that Chatsworth horse property was under attack from real estate developers and their politician pals.

The situation really angered me, so in 2000, I went to all my equestrian friends, and we formed the "Chatsworth Equine Cultural Heritage Organization," a 501c3 non-profit, to fight for horse-keeping rights, protection of horse trails, horse-keeping zoning, and other equine-friendly legislation.


ECHO's 2001 Protest Ride down Topanga Canyon Blvd with 160 riders


Valley Secession

In 2002, when I ran for Valley City Council in the Secession Election, I increased awareness about horse-keeping in Chatsworth that was reported in the Los Angeles Times, The Los Angeles Daily News, The New York Times, The Saint Petersburg (FL) Times, The Daily Breeze, The NewLA Times, and many more publications.



Because of my high visibility as a cowboy — horses became an icon for the “Valley Secession Movement.”



On October 15, 2002, The Valley Secession Fever web log wrote:

"Jerry England is famous. It's been six months since I've been following every single damn news story on Valley secession and he keeps on popping up. His secret? Well, I can hazard a guess. England is the Valley man. Some Valley personalities represent a segment of the Valley secession issue, like, say Richard Katz. When you're in the media and want quick access to debunk city claims then Katz is your man. For Latino secessionists, Carlos Ferreyra fits your bill. Lesbians? Laurette Healey.

But when it comes down to finding someone who is just..sooo Valley, you can do no better than an Anglo-Saxon "renaissance man," expert on all things Valley. His close association with the old pastoral Valley gives the media the drama they need because contradiction is dramatic; how the Valley would become the country's sixth-largest city yet its most influential citizen is a cowboy. For the outside media, there is no need to pore through very slim, hard-to-find Valley history, England would feed it to them. But even if secession wasn't the main issue, expect Jerry England to be there. 

His causes predate the secession movement especially the battle against the many developments around his hometown in Chatsworth. He gets nothing but disrespect from the city council, yet gamely attends its sessions in distant downtown just to win his causes.

There is no angle to a secession story that Jerry England doesn't fit in. In the eyes of the press, England is an easy person to get a hold of but more importantly, the most interesting one too."

Chatsworth Neighborhood Council

In 2003, I was elected to the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council where I continued my effort to protect our rural community.  I established two committees: the Equestrian Committee and the Land Use Committee along with their Mission Statements.


Acting as the Chairman of its Equestrian Committee and Land Use Committee, between 2003 and 2005, I established a positive working relationship with Councilman Greig Smith, who supported the protection our Chatsworth equestrian community.

About that time I became aware of a Congressional effort to create a National Day of the Horse, so I proposed we have a Chatsworth Day of the Horse. The first Chatsworth Day of the Horse (DOTH) was held April 19, 2004, at Peppertree Ranch.



In April 2004, as chairman of the CNC Equestrian Committee I created "Equestrian Safety Month," an idea Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich liked so well that he proclaimed it countywide. Also in 2003, the I established the “Chatsworth Day of the Horse” to increase the awareness of horses in the Chatsworth community.

Los Angeles Mayor's Ride

In September 2005, I organized a Chatsworth Trail Ride for Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.  It was attended by local and valleywide riders.



In the October 2005, in the “Chatsworth Chamber of Commerce Newsletter,” President Jenny Gosselin wrote about my efforts and the Mayor's ride, "The sense of community that was enjoyed by all, those on horse back and our friends who supported the event is what makes Chatsworth GREAT!  We are here for each other and for our friends everywhere."

Honorary Mayor of Chatsworth



On Sunday, December 11, 2005, I was honored by the Kiwanis Club of Chatsworth when they asked me to be the Honorary Mayor of Chatsworth in the 1st Annual San Fernando Valley Holiday Parade and Family Festival (formerly the Chatsworth Holiday Parade).

In 2007, I left the CNC, but continued working on positive relationships with elected officials that would benefit equestrians throughout Southern California.

Movin' On -- Chatsworth Movies



For the past two decades, as a Western movie historian, I have researched and collected memorabilia associated with Chatsworth’s Santa Susana Mountain movie location ranches; and after making a 2007 guest appearance on a ReelzChannel Dailies program  titled Hollywood Was Here - The Iverson Movie Ranch, I decided to share my research and knowledge by writing two books:

"Reel Cowboys of the Santa Susanas" (2008)
"Rendezvous at Boulder Pass -- Hollywood's Fantasyland" (2010)

To learn more see: http://www.cowboyup.com/


More About Movies


San Fernando Valley Horses and Movies Are Forever Linked
2012 -- Celebrating 100 years of Chatsworth Movies - Overview and Links to Titles

Update 2018

Thank you to Councilman Mitchell Englander and the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council for continuing the Chatsworth Day of the Horse.

It has been my honor to be part of it for the past 15 years.



Happy Trails,

Jerry




Friday, April 6, 2018

Jacques Deniau dit Destaillis accused of illegally selling brandy to savages



Jacques Deniau dit Destaillis accused of illegally selling brandy to savages

This is one of those stories family historians hate to find…

TRIAL OF JACQUES DENIAU DIT DESTAILLIS ACCUSED OF ILLEGALLY SELLING BRANDY TO SAVAGES, WHICH LED TO MURDER…

Trial against JACQUES DENIAU DIT DESTAILLIS (7TH GREAT-GRANDFATHER - A VOYAGEUR), La Prairie de La Madeleine, accused of illegally selling brandy to savages, which led to the murder of TWO-YEAR-OLD PIERRE GAGNÉ by two unidentified savages.- February 22, 1719 - February 25, 1719.
SCOPE AND CONTENT:

This file of a criminal matter is composed of the following parts: the request to the effect that the name JACQUES DENIAU SAID DESTAILLIS, of Laprairie, sold water of life to two wild Iroquois, which, drunk, killed little PIERRE GAGNÉ (1ST COUSIN 8X REMOVED) on the way back to Sault-Saint-Louis; the request for the holding of a judicial inquiry; permission granted; order to assign 

WITNESSES; the assignments to the latter, including RENÉ BOURASSA (7TH GREAT-UNCLE), of Laprairie, aged 30; PIERRE PINSONNAULT (7th great-uncle), of Laprairie, 43 years old; Claude Bisaillon, of Laprairie, aged 24; GUILLAUME BARET DIT COURVILLE (7th great-grandfather), notary, 35 years old; and FRANÇOIS GAGNÉ DIT DAUBIGEON (8TH GREAT-UNCLE), 39 years old. The judicial information relating the facts surrounding the circumstances of the discovery of the death of the little Gagné complete the file.


MORE…

Pierre Gagne (Gagnier) 1717–1719 (1st cousin 8x removed)
BIRTH JANVIER 1717 • La Prairie, Québec, Canada
DEATH 21 FÉVRIER 1719 • La Prairie, Québec, Canada
Son of Pierre Gagne (Gagnier) 1678–1756 (8th great-uncle) AND Madeleine Baudreau 1686–1771 (wife of 8th great-uncle)

THE REST OF THE STORY (found in ancestry (dot) com archives)

Au XVIII e siècle, les seigneurs rappelleront (...) la même interdiction (...) de vendre des boissons enivrantes aux Indiens. Défense d'autant plus rigoureuse depuis 1719 que trois Iroquois du Sault-Saint-Louis se sont enivrés chez Jacques Deneau à La Prairie et ont tué, en l'éventrant, le jeune fils de Pierre Gagné, âgé de deux ans. (...) Au sujet de l'affaire Gagné, un long interrogatoire (...) conclut à la culpabilité de Deneau et le condamne à 300 livres d'amende.

Translated:

In the eighteenth century, the lords will recall (...) the same prohibition (...) to sell intoxicating drinks to the Indians. Defense so much more rigorous since 1719 that three Iroquois of Sault-Saint-Louis were intoxicated at Jacques Deneau's in La Prairie and killed, by the gutting, the young son of Pierre Gagné, two years old. (...) About the case Gagné, a long interrogation (...) CONCLUDES TO THE CULPABILITY OF DENEAU AND CONDEMNS HIM TO 300 POUNDS OF FINE.

NOTE: The original file from BAnQ Old Montreal includes 12 pages of handwritten documents.

I believe he was the son of Marin Deneau dit Destaillis (1621–1678) and Louise Therese LeBreuil (1636–1727); and the husband of Marie Rivet (1673–1705). His death date was 29 Jun 1720...  I wonder if the punishment might have been more severe than the ancestry record stated?



Monday, March 19, 2018

Re-examining the History of La Prairie-de-la-Madeleine



First Iroquois onneyout arriving at the mission of de Laprairie.
Drawing of Father Cauchetièr

SOURCE: LA PRAIRIE TIMELINE FROM AN ARTICLE FROM THE MÉMOIRE DU QUÉBEC (2018)[EDITED]

1647 
(April 1, 1647 ) Concession of a seigniory (part of the lordship of La Citière, 2 leagues front on the St. Lawrence to begin "from Île Sainte-Hélène to a quarter of a league beyond a meadow called the Magdalen, vis-à-vis the islands that are close to the jump of the island of Montreal 4 leagues deep) "by the owner of the lordship of Citière, François de Lauson Jacques de La Ferte Abbe de la Madeleine (Paris), one of the members of the Company of the Hundred Associates, who cedes it to the Jesuits; the territory of the lordship is crossed by the rivers La Tortue, Saint-Lambert and Portage (Saint-Régis); the Jesuits name their seigniory Prairie-de-la-Madeleine .

1667  
Foundation by the Jesuit Father Pierre Raffeix of the Iroquois mission Saint-François-Xavier-des-Prés in the seigniory of La Prairie-de-la-Madeleine; his parishioners are Onneiouts he brought back from the south. 

1670
(November 19, 1670 ) CELEBRATION OF THE FIRST MARRIAGE IN THE PARISH, THAT OF PIERRE GAGNÉ TO CATHERINE DAUBIGEON.
The village has 5 cabins housing 18 to 20 families from different sources (Agniers, Huron, Onnontagués, Andastogués, Andastes). 

1671 
The censitaires are obliged to grind their grain at the seigneurial mill built by the Jesuits on the way from the village to the Saint-Jacques river.

1673
THE POPULATION OF THE SEIGNEURY IS 99 INHABITANTS (51 MEN INCLUDING 36 SINGLES, 15 WOMEN AND 33 CHILDREN).

Forty Mohawks brought by the Jesuits from Kaghnuwage Village (Gandeouagué) arrived on the Mohawk River in present-day New York State, United States. 

(April 9) The Jesuits concede a site (6 poles per 3 poles) in the village to PIERRE GAGNE OR GAIGNIER.

1675
(June 27, 1675 ) Concession of a fief (2 leagues front x 2 leagues of depth) by the King of France and Minister Colbert to the Jesuits for the Iroquois who call it Sault-Saint-Louis; this fief is bounded on the east by the seigniory of La Prairie-de-la-Madeleine; the act of concession states that the territory will return to the Crown when the Iroquois abandon it. 

1676
(July) The Iroquois mission moved to the mouth of the Portage River (Saint-Régis) on the site of the current Sainte-Catherine City Hall and adopted the name of Kahnawake. 

1677
There are 52 censuses in the seigneury.

1683
Opening of a school.

1685
There are 682 Indians on the territory of the Sault-Saint-Louis establishment.

1687 - 1689
The village is surrounded by a palisade standing upright so that the inhabitants and their animals can find refuge in case of attack Iroquois .

1689 - 1697
Intercolonial war; the English and Iroquois against the French and other Native American nations; There were several bloody battles in the seigniory.

1690
(4 September) A SURPRISE ATTACK BY THE IROQUOIS AT A PLACE CALLED THE FORKS KILLED 25 PEOPLE (11 MEN, 3 WOMEN, A GIRL AND 10 SOLDIERS); THE IROQUOIS BURN HOUSES AND KILL HORNED ANIMALS.

1691 
(August 11) A troop led by British Major Peter Schuyler killed 14 people in the seigneury.

1692
THE POPULATION OF THE LORDSHIP IS 181 INHABITANTS.

1695
There are 682 Indians on the territory of the Sault-Saint-Louis establishment.
(June 20) The Jesuits concede a site (79 toises) to FRANÇOIS LEBER.
(February 26) The Jesuits concede a site (46 toises) in the village to JACQUES DENIAU. 

1697
(June 2) The Jesuits concede locations in the village: one to JACQUES DENIAU (450 toises outside the palisade) and one to PIERRE GAGNÉ (225 toises outside the palisade.

1698
There are 790 Indians on the territory of the establishment of Sault-Saint-Louis. 

1773
The seigniory is seized by the Crown like all the property of the Jesuits in Canada.

1821
Opening of a post office under the name of La Prairie. 

The savages going to settle in the Prairie of the Magdeleine with the French.
Drawing of Father Cauchetièr

SOME OF MY EARLY LA PRAIRIE FAMILIES FROM “PRAIRIE EN NOUVELLE-FRANCE, 1647-1760” BY LOUIS LAVALLÉE

Barette, Barrois, Bourassa, Boyer, Caron, Cusson, Deneau, Denot, Desrochers, Diel, Dupuis, Dupuy, Duquet, Gagne, Leber, Lemaistre (Denise), LeMoyne, Lemieux, Marie dit Sainte-Marie (Lamarie), Moreau, Perras, Pinsonneau, Poupart (Poupard), Robidou, Roy, Testard

French mission to the Iroquois at Sault-Saint-Louis
(present-day Caughnawaga or Kahnawake, near La Prairie) c1680

FROM: “KAHNAWAKE MOHAWK TERRITORY: FROM SEIGNEURY TO INDIAN RESERVE,” PAPER BY JOAN HOLMES, 2006

The Jesuits had been granted the Seigneury of La Prairie de la Madeleine on the south shore of the St. Lawrence across from Montreal in 1647. La Prairie was granted to the Jesuits to enable them to found a mission for First Nations and establish a retreat for missionaries working with First Nations. The terms of the grant also gave the Jesuits the right to settle whomever they pleased on the land.

The 1667 treaty between the French and Iroquois quelled open hostilities, which allowed the Jesuits to establish a mission and attract French settlers to La Prairie. By 1670, the Jesuits claimed to have brought 18 to 20 christianized families to the mission, which they named St. Xavier des Praiz (de Près); the Iroquois called the mission village Kentake (today’s La Prairie). There were reportedly about sixty French settlers on the seigneury by that time. Over the next few years, the mission attracted many Iroquois.

As early as 1674, the Jesuits petitioned Governor Frontenac for an additional tract of land on which the Indians of the mission could cultivate corn. Thus, the first steps were taken to establish the Seigneury of Sault St. Louis. While Frontenac was suspicious of the Jesuits’ motives, the newly-installed Intendant, Jacques Duchesneau, gave permission in January 1676 for the Iroquois to work on a tract measuring two leagues by two leagues adjacent to La Prairie on its upstream or western boundary. That summer, Iroquois families from the La Prairie mission moved upriver, established the village of Kanawake, and began cultivating the land. The Jesuits called this new mission St. François Xavier du Sault. Within a few years, the Iroquois had cultivated 200 arpents (about 170 acres) at the new location.

It was in 1679 that Frontenac for the first time lamented in his correspondence the fact that “the Natives who are among us, and principally those of the Mission of la Prairie de la Magdelaine” “ordinarily” “carried their furs there [to Albany]”.

In October of 1680, a second grant of one and a half leagues by two leagues was issued jointly by the Governor and Intendant. The second grant was intended to include all of the vacant land between the first grant and Chateauguay, a seigneury that had been established further upstream in 1673. The second grant contained the same conditions as the first grant.8 Together the two grants created a seigneury three and a half leagues by two leagues situated on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River between the Seigneury of La Prairie de la Madeleine and the Seigneury of Chateauguay.

The Iroquois had been living and cultivating land at Kanawake on the most easterly portion of the new grant for four years by the time the seigneurial grant was made in 1680. As was the practice with Iroquois horticulturists, they shifted their village several times over the ensuing years always moving upstream towards Chateauguay. In 1690, they established a village called Kahnawakon. Six years later, in 1696, they moved to Kanatakwenke, and finally, in 1716, they founded the village of Caughnawaga, now known as Kahnawake. Each time they moved they left cleared land behind.

Prince Edward's Canoes passing Caughnawaga, 29 August 1860,
by Frances Ann Hopkins

NOTES: Seigneury Sault du St. Louis, aka: Caughnawaga and 17 European spelling variations of the Mohawk Kahnawake 

The Kahnawake Mohawk Territory is a reserve of the traditionally Iroquoian-speaking Mohawk nation on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada, across from Montreal. Recorded by French Canadians in 1719 as a Jesuit mission, it has also been known as Seigneury Sault du St. Louis, Caughnawaga and 17 European spelling variations of the Mohawk Kahnawake...

In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, the community was historically considered one of the Seven Nations of Canada...

The name is derived from the Mohawk word kahnawà:ke, meaning "place of the rapids", referring to their major village Caughnawaga near the rapids of the Mohawk River in New York. When converted Catholic Mohawk moved to the Montreal area, they named the new settlement after their former one...

Many Kahnawake people are of mixed ethnicity, of Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, French, English, Anglo-American, Scots and Irish descent but identifying as Mohawk.Wikipedia

FROM: THE GREAT PEACE OF MONTREAL (WIKIPEDIA)

The Great Peace of Montreal (French: La Grande paix de Montréal) was a peace treaty between New France and 39 First Nations of North America. It was signed on August 4, 1701, by Louis-Hector de Callière, governor of New France, and 13 hundred representatives of 39 aboriginal nations.
The French, allied to the Hurons and the Algonquians, provided 16 years of peaceful relations and trade before war started again.  Present for the diplomatic event were the various peoples; part of the Iroquois confederacy, the Huron peoples, and the Algonquian peoples.

During this era, the French were particularly anxious to draw the Five Nations Iroquois, including the Mohawks, away from the British and bind them in alliance. The Jesuits, and other religious orders, played a role by establishing missions to attract First Nations to settle, convert to Catholicism, and remain in political, military and economic alliance with the French. Establishing and maintaining a friendly Iroquois presence around Montreal was perceived as being necessary for French colonial security; the missions were integral to that purpose. The Jesuits used the Crown’s anxiety about security of the colony to justify another seigneurial grant that would give the Iroquois more land on which to support themselves.


FROM: "THE PRICE OF EMPIRE: SMUGGLING BETWEEN NEW YORK AND NEW FRANCE, 1700-1754," BY EUGENE RICHARD HENRY TESDAHL

The 1667 treaty with the French revealed deep rifts among the Five Nations. Many Seneca already favored the French, even as many Mohawk who had favored the Dutch were disposed to accept the English as allies. Still others saw any involvement with Europeans as a dangerous weakening of the Great League of Peace and Power. At the same time English authorities struggled with a lack of consolidated power in New York and New England. These divisions combined with the Catholic influence Huron wives had brought into Mohawk families and proved too much for the Mohawk. In 1667 several Mohawk clans moved to the St. Lawrence River, in Nouvelle France, closer to Catholic priests, French trade goods, and Huron homelands. The first Mohawk settlement near the French was called La Prairie de la Magdeleine, or simply, La Prairie.

1681 census Prairie De La Magdelaine

Ripples from La Prairie Voyageur Canoes -- My Voyageur Ancestry








Sunday, March 4, 2018

Sixgun Heroes of Boulder Pass



The following is a list of my favorite sixgun heroes, and their filmography for oaters lensed on locations in Southern California’s Santa Susana Mountains. 

The Santa Susana Pass was originally named by two Spanish padres well over two hundreds ago, but I’ve always believed if it had been named by a cowboy it would be known as Boulder Pass, hence the title of this post is Sixgun Heroes of Boulder Pass.

During the past decade, I have viewed over 800 movies with at least one scene or more filmed in or near Chatsworth, California — these are my favorites…



Rex Allen Filmography

Arizona Cowboy (1950) - Rex Allen (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Border Saddlemates (1952) - Rex Allen (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Down Laredo Way (1953) - Rex Allen (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Hills Of Oklahoma (1950) - Rex Allen - Republic
Iron Mountain Trail (1953) - Rex Allen/Slim Pickens (Burro Flats)(Iverson Ranch) Republic
Old Oklahoma Plains (1952) - Rex Allen/Slim Pickens (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Old Overland Trail (1953) - Rex Allen/Slim Pickens (Burro Flats) Republic
Phantom Stallion (1954) - Rex Allen/Slim Pickens (Burro Flats) Republic
Red River Shore (1953) - Rex Allen/Slim Pickens - Republic
Rodeo King and the Senorita (1951) - Rex Allen (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Shadows of Tombstone (1953) - Rex Allen (Burro Flats) Republic
Silver City Bonanza (1951) - Rex Allen (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Thunder in God's Country (1951) - Rex Allen (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Utah Wagon Train (1951) - Rex Allen (Burro Flats)(Iverson Ranch) Republic


Gene Autry Filmography

Back in the Saddle (1941) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Beyond the Purple Hills (1950) - Gene Autry (Corriganville) Columbia
Big Show, The (1936) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Big Sombrero, The (1949) - Gene Autry (Corriganville) Columbia
Call of the Canyon (1942) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette/Sons of the Pioneers - Republic
Colorado Sunset (1939) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette (Corriganville) Republic
Cow Town (1950) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Cowboy Serenade (1942) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Down Mexico Way (1941) - Gene Autry (Corriganville) Republic
Gene Autry and The Mounties (1951) - Gene Autry (Corriganville) Columbia
Hills of Utah, The (1951) - Gene Autry/Pat Buttram (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) Columbia
Indian Territory (1950) - Gene Autry/Pat Buttram (Corriganville) Columbia
Last Round-up, The (1947) - Gene Autry (Corriganville) Columbia
Loaded Pistols (1948) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Men with Steel Faces (1940) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Mascot
Mexicali Rose (1939) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette (Corriganville) Republic
Mountain Rhythm (1939) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Mule Train (1950) - Gene Autry/Pat Buttram (Corriganville)(Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Night Stage to Galveston (1952) - Gene Autry/Champion/Pat Buttram (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Oh, Susanna! (1936) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette - Republic
Old Barn Dance, The (1938) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette - Republic
Old Corral, The (1936) - Gene Autry /Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Old West, The (1952) - Gene Autry/Pat Buttram/Gail Davis (Corriganville) Columbia
Pack Train (1953) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Phantom Empire, The (1935) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Mascot
Prairie Moon (1938) - Gene Autry (Brandeis Ranch) (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Public Cowboy No. 1 (1937) - Gene Autry - Republic
Rancho Grande (1940) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette  (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Red River Valley (1936) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette - Republic
Rhythm of the Saddle (1938) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) Columbia
Riders in the Sky (1949) - Gene Autry/Pat Buttram (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Rim of the Canyon (1949) - Gene Autry - Columbia
Robin Hood of Texas (1947) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Round-Up Time in Texas (1937) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Rovin' Tumbleweeds (1939) - Gene Autry (Burro Flats) Republic
Shooting High (1940) - Gene Autry - 20th Century-Fox
Silver Canyon (1951) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Singing Cowboy, The (1936) - Gene Autry (Brandeis Ranch)(Iverson Ranch) Republic
Sioux City Sue (1946) - Gene Autry (Chatsworth Reservoir)(Corriganville) Republic
Sons of New Mexico (1949) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
South of the Border (1939) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette - Republic
Texans Never Cry (1951) - Gene Autry/Pat Buttram (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Under Fiesta Stars (1941) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Wagon Team (1952) - Gene Autry (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Western Jamboree (1938) - Gene Autry - Republic
Winning of the West (1953) - Gene Autry/Champion/Smiley Burnette/Gail Davis - Columbia


William Boyd Filmography

Dangerous Venture (1947) - William Boyd - United Artists
Lumberjack (1944) - William Boyd/Andy Clyde (Iverson Ranch) United Artists
Marauders, The (1947) - William Boyd/Andy Clyde (Iverson Ranch) United Artists
Mystery Man, (1944) - William Boyd (Iverson scenes) United Artists
Showdown, The (1940) - William Boyd (Iverson Ranch) 
Undercover Man (1942) - William Boyd (Iverson Ranch) 


Johnny Mack Brown Filmography

Arizona Cyclone (1941) - Johnny Mack Brown/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Bar Z Bad Men (1937) - Johnny Mack Brown (Brandeis Ranch) Republic
Blazing Bullets (1951) - Johnny Mack Brown (Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Boss of Bullion City (1940) - Johnny Mack Brown/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Boss of Hangtown Mesa (1942) - Johnny Mack Brown (Iverson Ranch) Universal
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (1941) - Johnny Mack Brown/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Canyon Ambush (1952) - Johnny Mack Brown - Monogram
Cheyenne Roundup (1943) - Johnny Mack Brown/Tex Ritter/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Chip of the Flying U (1939) - Johnny Mack Brown/Bob Baker/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Dead Man's Trail (1952) - Johnny Mack Brown - Monogram
Desert Phantom (1936) - Johnny Mack Brown - William Steiner
Drifting Along (1946) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Fighting Bill Fargo (1941) - Johnny Mack Brown/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Fighting with Kit Carson (1933) - Johnny Mack Brown (Iverson Ranch) Mascot
Flashing Guns (1947) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton (Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Gambling Terror, The (1937) - Johnny Mack Brown - Republic
Ghost Guns (1944) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Gun Smoke (1945) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Gun Talk (1947) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Guns in the Dark (1937) - Johnny Mack Brown (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Law and Order (1940) - Johnny Mack Brown/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Law of the Panhandle (1950) - Johnny Mack Brown - Monogram
Law of the Range (1941) - Johnny Mack Brown (Brandeis Ranch)(Iverson Ranch) Universal
Law Men (1944) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Little Joe, the Wrangler (1942) - Johnny Mack Brown/Tex Ritter/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Lone Star Trail (1943) - Johnny Mack Brown/Tex Ritter/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Man from Sonora (1951) - Johnny Mack Brown - Monogram
Man from the Black Hills (1952) - Johnny Mack Brown (Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Marshal's Daughter, The (1953) - Hoot Gibson/Johnny Mack Brown - United Artists
Masked Rider, The (1941) - Johnny Mack Brown/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Montana Desperado (1951) - Johnny Mack Brown - Monogram
Oklahoma Justice (1951) - Johnny Mack Brown/James Ellison - Monogram
Outlaw Gold (1950) - Johnny Mack Brown (Western Street, Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Outlaws of Stampede Pass (1943) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Over the Border (1950) - Johnny Mack Brown (Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Overland Trails (1948) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Pony Post (1940) - Johnny Mack Brown/Fuzzy Knight (Iverson Ranch) Universal
Prairie Express (1947) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Raiders of San Joaquin (1943) - Johnny Mack Brown /Tex Ritter (Corriganville) Universal
Raiders of the South (1947) - Johnny Mack Brown (Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Rawhide Rangers (1941) - Johnny Mack Brown/Fuzzy Knight (Iverson Ranch) Universal
Silver Bullet, The (1942) - Johnny Mack Brown - Universal
Six Gun Gospel (1943) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Stagecoach Buckaroo (1942) - Johnny Mack Brown/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
Stampede (1949) - Rod Cameron/Gale Storm/Johnny Mack Brown - Allied Artists
Stranger from Pecos, The (1943) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground (1943) - Johnny Mack Brown/Tex Ritter - Universal
Texas City (1952) - Johnny Mack Brown - Monogram
Texas Kid, The (1943) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Texas Lawmen (1951) - Johnny Mack Brown - Monogram
Trail of Vengeance (1937) - Johnny Mack Brown - Republic
Trailing Danger (1947) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Triggerman (1948) - Johnny Mack Brown - Monogram
Under Arizona Skies (1946) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton - Monogram
Under Cover Man (1936) - Johnny Mack Brown - Republic
West of Carson City (1940) - Johnny Mack Brown/Bob Baker/Fuzzy Knight - Universal
West of Wyoming (1950) - Johnny Mack Brown/Gail Davis - Monogram
Whistling Hills (1951) - Johnny Mack Brown - Monogram


Sunset Carson Filmography

Bandits of the Badlands (1945) - Sunset Carson (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Bordertown Trail (1944) - Sunset Carson/Smiley Burnette - Republic
Call of the Rockies (1938) - Sunset Carson (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Cherokee Flash, The (1945) - Sunset Carson - Republic
Code of the Prairie (1944) - Sunset Carson/Smiley Burnette - Republic
Days of Buffalo Bill (1946) - Sunset Carson (Iverson Ranch) Republic
El Paso Kid, The (1946) - Sunset Carson (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Firebrands of Arizona (1944) - Sunset Carson/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) Republic
Oregon Trail (1945) - Sunset Carson (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Red River Renegades (1946) - Sunset Carson - Republic
Rio Grande Raiders (1946) - Sunset Carson - Republic
Rough Riders of Cheyenne (1945) - Sunset Carson (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Santa Fe Saddlemates (1945) - Sunset Carson (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Sheriff of Cimarron (1945) - Sunset Carson (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Alias Billy the Kid (1946) - Sunset Carson (Iverson Ranch) Republic


Ray 'Crash' Corrigan Filmography

Arizona Stagecoach (1942) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan/John King/Max Terhune (Corriganville) Monogram
Black Market Rustlers (1943) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Monogram
Boot Hill Bandits (1942) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan (Corriganville) Monogram
Bullets and Saddles (1943) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan (Corriganville) Monogram
Call the Mesquiteers (1938) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic 
Come On, Cowboys (1937) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic
Cowboy Commandos (1943) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Monogram
Fugitive Valley (1941) - Ray Crash Corrigan/John King/Max Terhune - Monogram
Ghost Town Gold (1936) Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan (Brandeis Ranch) Republic
Gunsmoke Ranch (1937) - Robert Livingston/Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Republic
Heart of the Rockies (1937) - Robert Livingston/Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic 
Heroes of the Hills (1938) - Livingston/ Corrigan/Terhune (Brandeis)(Iverson)(Corriganville) Republic
Hit the Saddle (1937) - Robert Livingston/Ray Corrigan/Max Terhune/Rita Hayworth (Iverson) Republic
Kid's Last Ride, The (1941) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan/John King/Max Terhune - Monogram
Land of Hunted Men (1943) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Dennis Moore/Max Terhune - Monogram
New Frontier, The (1935) - John Wayne/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Republic
Outlaws of Sonora (1938) - Robert Livingston/ Ray Corrigan/Max Terhune (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Overland Stage Raiders (1938) - John Wayne/Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune (Iverson) Republic
Painted Stallion, The (1937) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Hoot Gibson - Republic
Pals of the Saddle (1938) - John Wayne/Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune (Corriganville) Republic
Purple Vigilantes, The (1938) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic 
Range Busters, The (1940) - Ray Corrigan/John King/Max Terhune (Iverson)(Corriganville) Monogram
Range Defenders (1937) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic
Red River Range (1938) - John Wayne/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune (Corriganville) Republic
Riders of the Whistling Skull (1937) - Robert Livingston/ Ray Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic
Roarin' Lead (1936) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic 
Rock River Renegades (1942) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Monogram
Saddle Mountain Roundup (1941) - Ray Corrigan/John King/Max Terhune (Corriganville) Monogram
Santa Fe Stampede (1938) - John Wayne/Max Terhune/Ray Corrigan (Brandeis)(Corriganville) Republic
Texas Trouble Shooters (1942) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan/John King/Max Terhune - Monogram
Three Mesquiteers, The (1936) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Republic
Three Texas Steers (1939) - John Wayne/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune (Corriganville) Republic
Thunder River Feud (1942) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Monogram
Tonto Basin Outlaws (1941) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Monogram
Trail of the Silver Spurs (1941) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan (Brandeis Ranch)(Corriganville) Monogram
Trailing Double Trouble (1940) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Monogram
Trigger Trio, The (1937) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Republic
Tumbledown Ranch in Arizona (1941) - Corrigan/King/Terhune (Corriganville) Monogram
Underground Rustlers (1941) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Monogram
West of Pinto Basin (1940) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Monogram
Wild Horse Rodeo (1937) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Republic
Wrangler's Roost (1941) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan (Corriganville) Monogram
Wyoming Outlaw (1939) John Wayne/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Raymond Hatton (Corriganville) Republic


Eddie Dean Filmography

Black Hills (1948) - Eddie Dean (Iverson Street)(Corriganville) PRC
Caravan Trail, The (1946) - Eddie Dean (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Check Your Guns (1948) - Eddie Dean/White Cloud/Roscoe Ates (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Colorado Serenade (1946) - Eddie Dean/Roscoe Ates (Corriganville) PRC
Driftin' River (1946) - Eddie Dean/Roscoe Ates - PRC
Harmony Trail (1944) - Ken Maynard/Eddie Dean (Corriganville) Astor
Hawk of Powder River, The (1948) - Eddie Dean/Roscoe Ates (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Prairie Outlaws (1948) - Eddie Dean/Lash LaRue/Roscoe Ates (Corriganville) PRC
Range Beyond the Blue (1947) - Eddie Dean/Roscoe Ates - PRC
Romance of the West (1946) - Eddie Dean (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) PRC
Shadow Valley (1947) - Eddie Dean (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Song of Old Wyoming (1945) - Eddie Dean/Lash LaRue (Corriganville) PRC
Stars Over Texas (1946) - Eddie Dean/Roscoe Ates (Corriganville) PRC
Tioga Kid, The (1948) - Eddie Dean/Flash/Roscoe Ates - PRC
Tornado Range (1948) - Eddie Dean (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Tumbleweed Trail (1946) - Eddie Dean - PRC
West to Glory (1947) - Eddie Dean (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Westward Trail, The (1948) - Eddie Dean (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Wild Country (1947) - Eddie Dean (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) PRC
Wild West (1946) - Eddie Dean (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) PRC


'Wild Bill' Elliott Filmography

Across the Sierras (1941) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Beyond the Sacramento (1940) - Bill Elliott (Corriganville) Columbia
Bitter Creek (1954) - Bill Elliott (Corriganville) Allied Artists
Bordertown Gun Fighters (1943) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Bullets for Bandits (1942) - Bill Elliott (Corriganville) Columbia
California Gold Rush (1946) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Calling Wild Bill Elliott (1943) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Cheyenne Wildcat (1944) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Colorado Pioneers (1945) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Conquest of Cheyenne (1946) - Bill Elliott - Republic
Death Valley Manhunt (1943) - Bill Elliott - Republic
Devil's Trail, The (1942) - Bill Elliott/Tex Ritter - Columbia
Fabulous Texan, The (1947) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Fargo (1952) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Forty-Niners, The (1954) - Bill Elliott - Allied Artists
Frontiers of '49 (1939) - Bill Elliott Columbia
Gallant Legion, The (1948) - Bill Elliott (Garden of the Gods) Republic
Great Stagecoach Robbery (1945) - Bill Elliott - Republic
Hands Across the Rockies (1941) - Bill Elliott/Dub Taylor (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Hellfire (1949) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Hidden Valley Outlaws (1944) - Bill Elliott/George “Gabby” Hayes (Corriganville) Republic
Homesteaders, The (1953) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) Monogram
In Early Arizona (1938) - Bill Elliott - Columbia
In Old Sacramento (1946) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Kansas Territory (1952) - Bill Elliott/Fuzzy Knight - Monogram
King of Dodge City (1941) - Bill Elliott/Tex Ritter - Columbia
Last Bandit, The (1949) - Bill Elliott (Brandeis Ranch) Republic
Law Comes to Texas, The (1939) - Bill Elliott - Columbia
Lone Star Vigilantes (1942) - Bill Elliott/Tex Ritter (Corriganville) Columbia
Lone Texas Ranger (1945) - Bill Elliott - Republic
Longhorn, The (1951) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Man from Thunder River, The (1943) - Bill Elliott/George “Gabby” Hayes (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Man from Tumbleweeds, The (1940) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Marshal of Laredo (1945) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Marshal of Reno (1944) - Bill Elliott/George “Gabby” Hayes - Republic
Maverick, The (1952) - Bill Elliott - Allied Artists
Mojave Firebrand (1944) - Bill Elliott/George “Gabby” Hayes (Iverson Ranch) Republic
North from the Lone Star (1941) - Bill Elliott - Columbia
North of the Rockies (1942) - Bill Elliott/Tex Ritter - Columbia
Old Los Angeles (1948) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Overland Mail Robbery (1943) - Bill Elliott/George “Gabby” Hayes (Corriganville) Republic
Phantom of the Plains (1945) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Pioneers of the Frontier (1940) - Bill Elliott/Dub Taylor (Iverson Ranch)  Columbia
Plainsman and the Lady (1946) - Bill Elliott - Republic
Prairie Gunsmoke (1942) - Bill Elliott/Tex Ritter (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Prairie Schooners (1940) - Bill Elliott - Columbia
Rebel City (1953) - Bill Elliott - Allied Artists
Return of Wild Bill, The (1940) - Bill Elliott - Columbia
Roaring Frontiers (1941) - Bill Elliott/Tex Ritter - Columbia
San Antonio Kid, The (1944) - Bill Elliott - Republic
Sheriff of Las Vegas (1944) - Bill Elliott - Republic
Sheriff of Redwood Valley (1946) - Bill Elliott/Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Showdown, The (1950) - Bill Elliott/Walter Brennan - Republic
Son of Davy Crockett, The (1941) - Bill Elliott - Columbia
Sun Valley Cyclone (1946) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Taming of the West, The (1939) - Bill Elliott - Columbia
Topeka (1953) - Bill Elliott (Corriganville) Allied Artists
Tucson Raiders (1944) - Bill Elliott/George “Gabby” Hayes (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Valley of Vanishing Men, The (1942) - Bill Elliott - Columbia
Vengeance of the West (1942) - Bill Elliott/Tex Ritter (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Vigilante Terror (1953) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) Allied Artists
Vigilantes of Dodge City (1944) - Bill Elliott - Republic 
Waco (1952) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Western Street) Monogram
Wagon Tracks West (1943) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Wagon Wheels Westward (1945) - Bill Elliott (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Wildcat of Tucson, The (1940) - Bill Elliott - Columbia
Wyoming (1947) - Bill Elliott/George “Gabby” Hayes - Republic


Dick Foran Filmography

California Mail (1936) - Dick Foran - Warner Bros.
Cherokee Strip, The (1937) - Dick Foran (Iverson Ranch) Warner Bros.
Empty Holsters (1937) - Dick Foran - Warner Bros.
Guns of the Pecos (1937) - Dick Foran - Warner Bros.
Land Beyond the Law (1937) - Dick Foran - Warner Bros.
Prairie Thunder (1937) - Dick Foran - Warner Bros.
Road Agent (1941) - Dick Foran - Universal
Song of the Saddle (1936) - Dick Foran - Warner Bros.
Trailin' West (1936) - Dick Foran - Warner Bros.
Treachery Rides the Range (1936) - Dick Foran - Warner Bros.


Hoot Gibson Filmography

Arizona Whirlwind (1944) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele (Corriganville) Monogram
Blazing Guns (1943) - Ken Maynard Hoot Gibson (Corriganville) Monogram
Cavalcade of the West (1936) - Hoot Gibson (Brandeis Ranch) Diversion
Death Valley Rangers (1943) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele (Corriganville) Monogram
Headin' West (1922) - Hoot Gibson (Iverson Ranch) Universal
Last Outlaw, The (1936) - Hoot Gibson, Harry Carey - RKO
Law Rides Again, The (1943) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson (Corriganville) Monogram
Local Bad Man (1932) - Hoot Gibson - Allied Pictures
Lucky Terror (1936) - Hoot Gibson - Diversion Pictures
Marshal's Daughter, The (1953) - Hoot Gibson/Johnny Mack Brown - United Artists
Outlaw Trail (1944) - Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele/Chief Thundercloud (Corriganville) Monogram
Painted Stallion, The (1937) - Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Hoot Gibson - Republic
Sonora Stagecoach (1944) - Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele/Chief Thundercloud (Corriganville) Monogram
Spook Ranch (1925) - Hoot Gibson - Universal
Trailin' Trouble (1930) - Hoot Gibson - Universal
Trigger Law (1944) - Bob Steele/Hoot Gibson (Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Westward Bound (1944) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele (Corriganville) Monogram
Wild Horse Stampede (1943) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson (Corriganville) Monogram


William S. Hart Filmography

Blue Blazes Rawden (1918) - William S. Hart (Iverson Ranch) 
Narrow Trail, The (1917) - William S. Hart (Iverson Ranch) 
O'Malley of the Mounted (1921) - William S. Hart (Chatsworth) Artcraft
On the Night Stage (1915) - William S. Hart (Iverson Ranch) 
Three Word Brand (1921) - William S. Hart (Iverson Ranch) Famous Players-Lasky
Tiger Man, The (1918) - William S. Hart (Iverson Ranch) 
Riddle Gawne (1918) - William S. Hart (Iverson Ranch) 


Buck Jones Filmography

Branded (1931) - Buck Jones - Columbia
California Trail, The (1933) - Buck Jones - Columbia
Crimson Trail, The (1935) - Buck Jones - Universal
Fighting Sheriff, The (1931) - Buck Jones - Columbia
Hollywood Round-Up (1937) - Buck Jones - Columbia
Law of the Texan (1938) - Buck Jones - Columbia
Man Trailer, The (1934) - Buck Jones (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Overland Express (1938) - Buck Jones - Columbia
Riders of Death Valley (1941) - Buck Jones - Universal
Rocky Rhodes (1934) - Buck Jones - Universal
Silver Spurs (1936) - Buck Jones - Universal
South of the Rio Grande (1932) - Buck Jones - Columbia
Stranger from Arizona, The (1938) - Buck Jones (Chatsworth Trains) Columbia
Unknown Valley (1933) - Buck Jones - Columbia


Allan 'Rocky' Lane Filmography

Bandit King of Texas (1949) - Allan Lane - Republic
Bandits of Dark Canyon (1947) - Allan Lane/Bob Steele - Republic
Bandits of the West (1953) - Allan Lane - Republic
Black Hills Ambush (1952) - Allan "Rocky" Lane - Republic
Bold Frontiersman, The (1948) - Allan Lane/Eddy Waller - Republic
Captive of Billy the Kid (1952) - Allen Lane - Republic
Carson City Raiders (1948) - Allan Lane - Republic
Code of the Silver Sage (1950) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Corpus Christi Bandits (1945) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Covered Wagon Raid (1950) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Daredevils of the West (1943) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Death Valley Gunfighter (1949) Allan Lane - Republic
Denver Kid, The (1948) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Desert of Lost Men (1951) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Desperadoes of Dodge City (1948) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Desperadoes' Outpost (1952) - Allan Lane - Republic
El Paso Stampede (1953) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Fort Dodge Stampede (1951) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Frisco Tornado (1950) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Frontier Investigator (1949) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Gunmen of Abilene (1950) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Homesteaders of Paradise Valley (1947) - Allan Lane - Republic
King of the Mounties (1942) - Allan Lane - Republic 
Leadville Gunslinger (1952) - Allan Lane/Eddy Waller (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Marshal of Amarillo (1948) - Allan Lane/Eddy Waller - Republic
Marshal of Cedar Rock (1953) - Allan Lane/Eddy Waller - Republic
Marshal of Cripple Creek (1947) - Allan Lane - Republic
Navajo Trail Raiders (1949) - Allan Lane/Eddy Waller (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Night Riders of Montana (1951) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Oklahoma Badlands (1948) - Allan Lane/Eddy Waller (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Out California Way (1946) - Roy Rogers/Allan Lane/Monte Hale (Chats. Reservoir)(Iverson) Republic
Powder River Rustlers (1949) - Allan Lane/Eddy Waller (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Renegades of Sonora (1948) - Allan Lane/Eddy Waller - Republic
Rough Riders of Durango (1951) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Rustlers of Devil's Canyon (1947) - Allan Lane - Republic
Rustlers on Horseback (1950) - Allan Lane - Republic
Salt Lake Raiders (1950) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Santa Fe Uprising (1946) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Savage Frontier (1953) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Sheriff of Sundown (1944) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Sheriff of Wichita (1949) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Silver City Kid (1944) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Stagecoach to Denver (1946) - Allan Lane - Republic
Stagecoach to Monterey (1944) - Allan Lane - Republic
Sundown in Santa Fe (1948) - Allan Lane - Republic
Thundering Caravans (1952) - Allan Lane - Republic
Topeka Terror, The (1945) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Trail of Kit Carson (1945) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Vigilante Hideout (1950) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Vigilantes of Boomtown (1947) - Allan Lane - Republic
Wells Fargo Gunmaster (1951) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Wild Frontier, The (1947) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Wyoming Bandit, The (1949) - Allan Lane (Iverson Ranch) Republic


Lash LaRue Filmography

Black Lash, The (1952) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John - Western Adventures
Border Feud (1947) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John - PRC
Cheyenne Takes Over (1947) - Lash LaRue (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Daltons' Women, The (1950) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John (Iverson Western Street) Realart
Dead Man's Gold (1948) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John (Iverson Ranch) Lippert
Fighting Vigilantes, The (1947) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John - PRC
Frontier Phantom, The (1952) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John - Western Adventures
Frontier Revenge (1948) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John (Iverson Ranch)
Ghost Town Renegades (1947) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John - PRC
King of the Bullwhip (1950) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John (Iverson Ranch) Western Adventures
Law of the Lash (1947) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Outlaw Country (1949) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John - Screen Guild
Pioneer Justice (1947) - Lash LaRue (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Prairie Outlaws (1948) - Eddie Dean/Lash LaRue/Roscoe Ates (Corriganville) PRC
Return of the Lash (1947) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Son of a Badman (1949) - Lash LaRue (Iverson Ranch) Screen Guild
Son of Billy the Kid (1949) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John (Iverson Ranch) Screen Guild
Song of Old Wyoming (1945) - Eddie Dean/Lash LaRue (Corriganville) PRC
Stage to Mesa City (1947) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John (Iverson Ranch) PRC
Thundering Trail, The (1951) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John - Realart
Vanishing Outpost, The (1951) - Lash LaRue/Al St. John - Western Adventures



Bob Livingston Filmography

Beneath Western Skies (1944) - Robert Livingston/Smiley Burnette - Republic
Bold Caballero, The (1936) - Robert Livingston (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Call the Mesquiteers (1938) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic  
Come On, Cowboys (1937) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic
Covered Wagon Days (1940) - Robert Livingston/Ray Hatton/Duncan Renaldo (Burro Flats) Republic
Death Rides the Plains (1943) - Robert Livingston/Al St. John - PRC
Gangs of Sonora (1941) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Ghost Town Gold (1936) Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan (Brandeis Ranch) Republic
Gunsmoke Ranch (1937) - Robert Livingston/Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Republic
Heart of the Rockies (1937) - Robert Livingston/Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic 
Heroes of the Hills (1938) - Livingston/ Corrigan/Terhune (Brandeis)(Iverson)(Corriganville) Republic
Heroes of the Saddle (1940) - Robert Livingston/Ray Hatton/Duncan Renaldo - Republic
Hit the Saddle (1937) - Robert Livingston/Ray Corrigan/Max Terhune/Rita Hayworth (Iverson) Republic
Kansas Terrors (1939) - Robert Livingston/Duncan Renaldo/Raymond Hatton (Burro Flats) Republic 
Laramie Trail, The (1944) - Robert Livingston/Smiley Burnette - Republic
Law of the Saddle (1943) - Robert Livingston/Al St. John (Corriganville) PRC
Lone Ranger Rides Again (1939) - Robert Livingston/Chief Thundercloud (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Lone Star Raiders (1940) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Oklahoma Renegades (1940) - Robert Livingston/Raymond Hatton/Duncan Renaldo - Republic
Outlaws of Sonora (1938) - Robert Livingston/ Ray Corrigan/Max Terhune (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Overland Stagecoach (1942) - Robert Livingston/Al St. John - PRC
Pals of the Pecos (1941) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Pioneers of the West (1940) - Robert Livingston/Raymond Hatton/Duncan Renaldo (Iverson) Republic
Prairie Pioneers (1941) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Pride of the Plains (1944) - Robert Livingston/Smiley Burnette - Republic
Purple Vigilantes, The (1938) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic
Raiders of Red Gap (1943) - Robert Livingston/Al St. John - PRC
Range Defenders (1937) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic
Riders of the Black Hills (1938) - Livingston/Corrigan/Terhune (Corriganville) Republic
Riders of the Whistling Skull (1937) - Robert Livingston/ Ray Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic
Roarin' Lead (1936) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune - Republic 
Rocky Mountain Rangers (1940) - Livingston/Hatton/Renaldo (Iverson) Republic
Saddlemates (1941) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Three Mesquiteers, The (1936) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Republic
Trail Blazers, The (1940) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) Republic
Under Texas Skies (1940) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Corriganville)(Iverson) Republic
Vigilantes Are Coming, The (1936) - Robert Livingston - Republic
Wild Horse Rodeo (1937) - Robert Livingston/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Republic
Wild Horse Rustlers (1943) - Robert Livingston/Al St. John - PRC
Wolves of the Range (1943) - Robert Livingston/Al St. John - PRC


Ken Maynard Filmography

Arizona Whirlwind (1944) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele (Corriganville) Monogram
Avenging Waters (1936) - Ken Maynard - Columbia
Blazing Guns (1943) - Ken Maynard Hoot Gibson (Corriganville) Monogram
Death Valley Rangers (1943) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele (Corriganville) Monogram
Fargo Express (1933) - Ken Maynard - Sono Art World
Fighting Texan, The (1937) - Kermit Maynard - Conn
Fugitive Sheriff, The (1936) - Ken Maynard - Columbia
Harmony Trail (1944) - Ken Maynard/Eddie Dean (Corriganville) Astor
Heir to Trouble (1935) - Ken Maynard - Columbia
Law Rides Again, The (1943) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson (Corriganville) Monogram
Lawless Riders (1935) - Ken Maynard  (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Lone Avenger, The (1933) - Ken Maynard - K.B.S. Productions
Mystery Mountain (1934) - Ken Maynard (Iverson Ranch) Mascot
Phantom Rancher (1940) - Ken Maynard (Brandeis Ranch) Colony
Roaring Six Guns (1937) - Kermit Maynard - Conn
Sunset Trail (1932) - Ken Maynard - States Rights
Western Courage (1935) - Ken Maynard - Columbia
Westward Bound (1944) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele (Corriganville) Monogram
Whirlwind Horseman (1938) - Ken Maynard - Grand National
Whistlin' Dan (1932) - Ken Maynard - Tiffany
Wild Horse Roundup (1936) - Kermit Maynard - Conn
Wild Horse Stampede (1943) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson (Corriganville) Monogram


Tim McCoy Filmography

Arizona Gang Busters (1940) - Tim McCoy (Brandeis Ranch) PRC
Code of the Cactus (1939) - Tim McCoy - Victory
Cornered (1932) - Tim McCoy - Columbia
Fighting Renegade (1939) - Tim McCoy (Brandeis Ranch)  Victory
Frontier Crusader (1940) - Tim McCoy - PRC
Ghost Patrol (1936) - Tim McCoy (Brandeis Ranch) Excelsior
Gun Code (1940) - Tim McCoy - PRC
Lightnin' Bill Carson (1936) - Tim McCoy (Iverson Ranch) Puritan
Lightning Carson Rides Again (1938) - Tim McCoy (Brandeis Ranch)(Iverson Ranch) Victory
Lion's Den, The (1936) - Tim McCoy - Puritan
Morgan's Last Raid (1929) - Tim McCoy - MGM
Outlaw Deputy, The (1935) - Tim McCoy (Iverson Ranch) Puritan
Outlaws' Paradise (1939) - Tim McCoy (Brandeis Ranch) Victory
Phantom Ranger (1938) - Tim McCoy (Iverson Ranch) Conn
Riders of Black Mountain (1940) - Tim McCoy - PRC
Riding Tornado, The (1932) - Tim McCoy - Columbia
Riding Wild (1935) - Tim McCoy - Columbia
Six Gun Trail (1938) - Tim McCoy - Victory
Straight Shooter (1939) - Tim McCoy (Brandeis Ranch) Victory
Texas Cyclone (1932) - Tim McCoy/John Wayne (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Texas Wildcats (1939) - Tim McCoy - Victory
Trigger Fingers (1939) - Tim McCoy - Victory
Two Gun Justice (1938) - Tim McCoy (Brandeis Ranch) Conn
Western Code, The (1932) - Tim McCoy - Columbia


Tom Mix  Filmography

Desert Love (1920) - Tom Mix - Fox
Do and Dare (1922) - Tom Mix (Iverson Ranch) Fox
Flaming Guns (1932) - Tom Mix/Tony - Universal
Fourth Horseman, The (1932) - Tom Mix/Tony (Iverson Ranch) Universal
Miracle Rider, The (1935) - Tom Mix (Iverson Ranch) Mascot


Clayton Moore Filmography

Adventures of Frank and Jesse James (1948) - Clayton Moore/Steve Darrell - Republic
Buffalo Bill in Tomahawk Territory (1952) - Clayton Moore (Corriganville) United Artists
Ghost of Zorro (1949) - Clayton Moore (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Ghost of Zorro ( 1959) - Clayton Moore (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Jesse James Rides Again (1947) - Clayton Moore (Iverson Ranch) Republic 
Lone Ranger, The (1956) - Clayton Moore/Jay Silverheels (Iverson Ranch) Warner Bros.


Duncan Renaldo Filmography

Covered Wagon Days (1940) - Robert Livingston/Ray Hatton/Duncan Renaldo (Burro Flats) Republic
Gay Amigo, The (1949) - Duncan Renaldo/Leo Carrillo - United Artists
Heroes of the Saddle (1940) - Robert Livingston/Ray Hatton/Duncan Renaldo - Republic
In Old New Mexico (1945) - Duncan Renaldo/Martin Garralaga - Monogram 
Kansas Terrors (1939) - Robert Livingston/Duncan Renaldo/Raymond Hatton (Burro Flats) Republic 
Oklahoma Renegades (1940) - Robert Livingston/Raymond Hatton/Duncan Renaldo - Republic
Pioneers of the West (1940) - Robert Livingston/Raymond Hatton/Duncan Renaldo (Iverson) Republic
Valiant Hombre (1948) - Duncan Renaldo/Leo Carrillo - United Artists


Roy Rogers Filmography

Alias Jesse James (1959) - Bob Hope/Rhonda Fleming/Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) United Artists
Along the Navajo Trail (1945) - Roy Rogers (Corriganville) Republic
Bells of Rosarita (1945) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Carson City Kid, The (1940) - Roy Rogers/George “Gabby” Hayes (Burro Flats) Republic
Cowboy and the Senorita (1944) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Days of Jesse James (1939) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Down Dakota Way (1949) - Roy Rogers/Dale Evans (Corriganville) Republic
Golden Stallion, The (1949) - Roy Rogers/Trigger/Dale Evans (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Grand Canyon Trail (1948) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Hands Across the Border (1944) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Heldorado (1946) - Roy Rogers/George “Gabby” Hayes/Dale Evans (Iverson Ranch) 
In Old Caliente (1939) - Roy Rogers/George “Gabby” Hayes - Republic
In Old Cheyenne (1941) - Roy Rogers/George “Gabby” Hayes (Iverson Ranch) Republic 
My Pal Trigger (1946) - Roy Rogers/Trigger/George “Gabby” Hayes/Dale Evans - Republic
On the Old Spanish Trail (1947) - Roy Rogers (Corriganville) Republic
Out California Way (1946) - Roy Rogers/Allan Lane/Monte Hale (Chats. Reservoir)(Iverson) Republic
Red River Valley (1941) - Roy Rogers/George “Gabby” Hayes (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Robin Hood of the Pecos (1941) - Roy Rogers (Burro Flats) Republic
Rough Riders' Round-up (1939) - Roy Rogers - Republic
Silver Spurs (1943) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Son of Paleface (1952) - Bob Hope/Jane Russell/Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Paramount
Song of Arizona (1946) - Roy Rogers/Dale Evans/George “Gabby” Hayes (Iverson Ranch) Republic
South of Santa Fe (1942) - Roy Rogers/George “Gabby” Hayes - Republic
Spoilers of the Plains (1951) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Sunset in El Dorado (1945) - Roy Rogers/George “Gabby” Hayes/Dale Evans (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Susanna Pass (1949) - Roy Rogers/Dale Evans (Chatsworth Reservoir)(Corriganville) Republic
Twilight in the Sierras (1950) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Under Nevada Skies (1946) - Roy Rogers (Corriganville) Republic
Utah (1945) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) - Republic
Wall Street Cowboy (1939) - Roy Rogers/George “Gabby” Hayes/Raymond Hatton - Republic
Yellow Rose of Texas, The (1944) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Young Buffalo Bill (1940) - Roy Rogers (Iverson Ranch) Republic



Charles Starrett ... the Durango Kid Filmography

Across the Badlands (1950) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Bad Men of the Hills (1942) - Charles Starrett/Russell Hayden - Columbia
Bandits of El Dorado (1949) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Blazing Across the Pecos (1948) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Blazing Trail, The (1949) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Bullets for Rustlers (1940) - Charles Starrett - Columbia
Cowboy in the Clouds (1943) - Charles Starrett - Columbia
Cowboy Star, The (1936) - Charles Starrett (Brandeis Ranch) Columbia
Desert Vigilante (1949) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Down Rio Grande Way (1942) - Charles Starrett - Columbia
Fighting Buckaroo, The (1943) - Charles Starrett - Columbia
Fighting Frontiersman, The (1946) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Galloping Thunder (1946) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette - Columbia
Gunning for Vengeance (1946) - Charles Starrett /Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Hawk of Wild River, The (1952) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson) Columbia
Heading West (1946) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette - Columbia 
Horsemen of the Sierras (1949) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Kid from Amarillo, The (1951) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Landrush (1946) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Laramie (1949) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) Columbia
Laramie Mountains (1952) - Charles Starrett (Corriganville) Columbia
Last Days of Boot Hill (1947) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette - Columbia
Law of the Canyon (1947) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Lawless Empire (1945) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Lawless Plainsmen (1942) - Charles Starrett/Russell Hayden - Columbia
Lightning Guns (1950) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Old Wyoming Trail, The (1937) - Charles Starrett (Brandeis Ranch) Columbia
Outcasts of Black Mesa (1950) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Outlaws of the Panhandle (1941) - Charles Starrett - Columbia
Outlaws of the Rockies (1945) - Charles Starrett/Dub Taylor - Columbia
Overland to Deadwood (1942) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Pardon My Gun (1942) - Charles Starrett - Columbia
Pecos River (1951) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Corriganville) Columbia
Phantom Valley (1948) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Prairie Roundup (1951) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Raiders of Tomahawk Creek (1950) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Renegades of the Sage (1949) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Riders of the Badlands (1941) - Charles Starrett/Russell Hayden (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Riders of the Northland (1942) - Charles Starrett/Russell Hayden (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Ridin' the Outlaw Trail (1951) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Roaring Rangers (1946) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Rough Ridin' Justice (1945) - Charles Starrett/Dub Taylor - Columbia
Rough, Tough West, The (1952) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Smoky Canyon (1952) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Snake River Desperadoes (1951) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
South of Death Valley (1949) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Stranger from Ponca City, The (1947) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Streets of Ghost Town (1950) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Sundown Valley (1944) - Charles Starrett/Dub Taylor - Columbia
Terror Trail (1946) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Texas Dynamo (1950) - Charles Starrett/Smiley Burnette (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Texas Panhandle (1945) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Texas Stagecoach (1940) - Charles Starrett - Columbia
Thundering West, The (1939) - Charles Starrett - Columbia
Thunder Over the Prairie (1941) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Thundering Frontier (1940) - Charles Starrett - Columbia
Trail of the Rustlers (1950) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Two Gun Law (1937) - Charles Starrett (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
West of Tombstone (1942) - Charles Starrett (Brandeis Ranch)(Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Western Caravans (1939) - Charles Starrett - Columbia


Bob Steele Filmography

Ambush Trail (1946) - Bob Steele (Corriganville) PRC
Arizona Whirlwind (1944) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele 
Bandits of Dark Canyon (1947) - Allan Lane/Bob Steele - Republic
Billy the Kid in Texas (1940) - Bob Steele - PRC
Billy the Kid Outlawed (1940) - Bob Steele - PRC
Billy the Kid's Fighting Pals (1941) - Bob Steele/Al St. John - PRC
Billy the Kid's Gun Justice (1940) - Bob Steele/Al St. John - PRC
Billy the Kid's Range War (1941) - Bob Steele/Al St. John - PRC
Blocked Trail, The (1943) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Code of the Outlaw (1942) - Bob Steele - Republic
Death Valley Rangers (1943) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele (Corriganville) Monogram
Doomed at Sundown (1937) - Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Durango Valley Raiders (1938) - Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Feud Maker, The (1938) - Bob Steele (Brandeis Ranch) Republic
Gangs of Sonora (1941) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Gauchos of El Dorado (1941) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Great Train Robbery, The (1941) - Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Lone Star Raiders (1940) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Navajo Kid, The (1945) - Bob Steele (Corriganville) PRC
Outlaw Trail (1944) - Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele/Chief Thundercloud (Corriganville) Monogram
Pals of the Pecos (1941) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Paroled - To Die (1938) - Bob Steele - Republic
Phantom Plainsmen, The (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Prairie Pioneers (1941) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Raiders of the Range (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Red Rope, The (1937) - Bob Steele - Republic
Riders of the Rio Grande (1943) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Jimmie Dodd (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Ridin' the Lone Trail (1937) - Bob Steele - Republic
Saddlemates (1941) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Santa Fe Scouts (1943) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Jimmie Dodd (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Shadows on the Sage (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Jimmie Dodd (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Sheriff of Redwood Valley (1946) - Bill Elliott/Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Six Gun Man (1946) - Bob Steele - PRC
Smokey Smith (1935) - Bob Steele/George “Gabby” Hayes - William Steiner
Sonora Stagecoach (1944) - Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele/Chief Thundercloud (Corriganville) Monogram
Sundown Saunders (1935) - Bob Steele - States Rights
Thunder in the Desert (1938) - Bob Steele - Republic
Thunder Town (1946) - Bob Steele (Corriganville) PRC
Thundering Trails (1943) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler - Republic
Trail Blazers, The (1940) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch)(Corriganville) Republic
Trigger Law (1944) - Bob Steele/Hoot Gibson (Iverson Ranch) Monogram
Trusted Outlaw, The (1937) - Bob Steele (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Under Texas Skies (1940) - Robert Livingston/Bob Steele/Rufe Davis (Corriganville)(Iverson) Republic
Valley of Hunted Men (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler (Iverson Ranch) Republic
West of Cimarron (1941) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Westward Bound (1944) - Ken Maynard/Hoot Gibson/Bob Steele (Corriganville) Monogram
Westward Ho (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Wildfire (1945) - Bob Steele - Screen Guild


Tom Tyler Filmography

Blocked Trail, The (1943) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Brothers of the West (1937) - Tom Tyler (Brandeis Ranch) Victory
Cheyenne Rides Again (1937) - Tom Tyler - Victory
Fast Bullets (1936) - Tom Tyler/Rex Lease - Reliable Pictures
Feud of the Trail, The (1937) - Tom Tyler (Brandeis Ranch) Victory
Gauchos of El Dorado (1941) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
I Shot Jesse James (1949) - Reed Hadley/Tom Tyler/Preston Foster (Iverson Ranch) Lippert
Lost Ranch (1937) - Tom Tyler - Victory
Mystery Range (1937) - Tom Tyler (Brandeis Ranch) Victory
Orphan of the Pecos (1937) - Tom Tyler - Victory
Phantom Plainsmen, The (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Pinto Rustlers (1936) - Tom Tyler - Reliable
Raiders of the Range (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Rufe Davis (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Riders of the Rio Grande (1943) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Jimmie Dodd (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Roamin' Wild (1936) - Tom Tyler - Republic
Santa Fe Bound (1936) - Tom Tyler - Reliable
Santa Fe Scouts (1943) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Jimmie Dodd (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Shadows on the Sage (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler/Jimmie Dodd (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Thundering Trails (1943) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler - Republic
Valley of Hunted Men (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler (Iverson Ranch) Republic
West of Cimarron (1941) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler (Iverson Ranch) Republic
Westward Ho (1942) - Bob Steele/Tom Tyler (Iverson Ranch) Republic


John Wayne Filmography

Dakota (1945) - John Wayne/Vera Ralston/Walter Brennan - Republic
Dawn Rider, The (1935) - John Wayne - Monogram
Fort Apache (1948) - John Wayne/Henry Fonda (Corriganville) RKO
Haunted Gold (1932) - John Wayne (Iverson Ranch) Warner Bros.
How the West Was Won (1962) - John Wayne/Henry Fonda/James Stewart (Corriganville) MGM
New Frontier, The (1935) - John Wayne/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan - Republic
Overland Stage Raiders (1938) - John Wayne/Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune (Iverson) Republic
Pals of the Saddle (1938) - John Wayne/Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune (Corriganville) Republic
Red River Range (1938) - John Wayne/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune (Corriganville) Republic
Santa Fe Stampede (1938) - John Wayne/Max Terhune/Ray Corrigan (Brandeis)(Corriganville) Republic
Stagecoach (1939) - John Wayne (Iverson Ranch) United Artists
Texas Cyclone (1932) - Tim McCoy/John Wayne (Iverson Ranch) Columbia
Three Texas Steers (1939) - John Wayne/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Max Terhune (Corriganville) Republic
Trail Beyond, The (1934) - John Wayne (Chatsworth Trains) Monogram
Undefeated, The (1969) - John Wayne/Rock Hudson - 20th Century-Fox
Winds of the Wasteland (1936) - John Wayne (Brandeis Ranch) Republic
Wyoming Outlaw (1939) John Wayne/ Ray “Crash” Corrigan/Raymond Hatton (Corriganville) Republic

I apologize for the bare bones information, but this has been sitting on my desk way too long, and needs to be shared.  Enjoy!