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Arthur Hugill
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Birth: Jul. 22, 1834
Toronto
Ontario, Canada
Death: Jan. 15, 1922
Edmonds
Snohomish County
Washington, USA

ARTHUR HUGILL, one of the pioneer miners and now a prosperous stockman, resides on his valuable ranch near Gold creek, Powell county. He was born in Toronto, Canada, July 22, 1834, a son of Thomas and Sarah (Brown) Hugill, natives of Yorkshire, England, where they were reared, educated and married. They came to Canada early in the year 1834, the father engaging in farming at Woodstock, near Toronto, for many years.

Arthur Hugill, one of a family of nine children, was reared on the Canadian homestead, but received limited educational advantages. Until he was twenty-seven years of age he worked on the farm and in 1863 went to California via New York and the Isthmus of Panama. The trip to San Francisco occupied nearly a month, and he remained a year in the vicinity of that city employed on ranches and such other work as he could find to do. During the spring of 1864 he went to Idaho, where he was engaged in mining in "Warren's Diggings," coming to Montana in the fall of 1865. At that period there was considerable mining excitement at Beartown, Deer Lodge county, now a part of Granite county, and for the following three years Mr. Hugill mined and prospected in that vicinity, but with indifferent success. In the spring of 1868 he removed to Pioneer, where he was employed as foreman of the Rock Creek Ditch Company for a number of years. Subsequently, while in the service of Messrs. Clark & Rogers, he went into the Butte district to prospect, and while there he took out the first ore that was assayed from the Original mine. During the fall of 1886 Mr. Hugill purchased 420 acres of land in "Hell Gate" valley, two miles below Gold creek station, Powell county, and in the spring of 1887 located on the same. Since that time, with the exception of two years when he was engaged in mining in Washington and American gulches, he has resided there. The ranch is the oldest property of this description in the valley, having been originally owned by Nicholas Connolly. Mr. Hugill is principally engaged in stockraising. paying particular attention to cattle.

On January 27, 1885, our subject was married to Mrs. Anna (Secrest) Brady, a native of Iowa City, Iowa, daughter of Robert M. and Rachel (Epperson) Secrest, the former a native of Tennessee and the latter of Kentucky, who were united in marriage at New Castle, Ind., where Mr. Secrest was engaged in the mercantile business. Later they removed to Iowa, where they died. Mr. Secrest organized the first Masonic lodge ever instituted in that state, and was a very enthusiastic worker in Masonic circles. He died two years after the close of the war. Mr. Hugill, while by no means an active partisan, is, politically, in sympathy with the Republican party.

Source: Progressive Men of the State of Montana, page 654, publication date n/a, Chicago A. W. Bowen Company

Memorial birth date is 1833, biography is 1834

1851/52 census East Oxford, Oxford, Ontario, Canada
Thomas Hugill 48, England, Tailor, 1 story log house, 1 family
Sarah Hugill 47, England
Ellen Hugill 16, Canada, Female
A. [Arthur] Hugill 14, Canada, Male, Laborer
E. Hugill 11 or 17, Canada, Female
R. [Esther] Hugill 10, Canada, Female
Sarah Hugill 8, Canada, Female
Solomon Hugill 4, Canada, Male
Thomas Hugill 2, Canada, Male

1880 census Yam Hill, Deer Lodge, Montana, USA
Arthur Hugill 43, Canada, Miner, page 14, sheet 160A
Solomon Hugill 34, Canada, Miner, page 13, sheet 159B

Montana Marriage Record:
Territory of Montana
County of Lewis & Clark
This is to certify that the undersigned Minister of the Gospel in said County did on the 27th day of January 1885 join in lawful wedlock Mr. Arthur Hugill of Pioneer City County of Deer Lodge Ter of Montana and Mrs Anna [Jo Anna nee Secrest] Brady of Pioneer City Ter of Montana with their own free will and consent and that these were present as Witnesses Joseph Lawson and Wm G. A. Clark
Lambert L. Wood Minister of the Gospel

Filed for Record Jan'y 30th 1885 at 4 oclock P.M. W. F. Hauley County Recorder

1900 census Gold Creek, Deer Lodge, Montana, USA
Arthur Hugell 67, Canada, May 1833, married 15 years, Farmer
Annie Hugell 52, Ohio, May 1848, married 15 years, mother of 1 child, 0 children living

1910 census Allen, Snohomish, Washington, USA
Arthur Hugill 76, Canada, marriage 1, married 33 years, immigrated 1861, miner, Quartz Mines
Anna Hugill 63, Iowa, marriage 2, married 33 years, mother of 1 child, 0 children living

Washington State Death Record:
Name: Arthur Hugill
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1834
Death Date: 15 Jan 1922
Age at Death: 88
Death Location: Edmonds, Snohomish, Washington
Marital Status: Married
Spouse: Annie Hugill 
 
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 Parents:
  Thomas Hugill (1804 - 1885)
  Sarah Brown Hugill (1801 - 1887)
 
 Spouse:
  Ann S Hugill (____ - 1922)
 
 Siblings:
  Arthur Hugill (1834 - 1922)
  Sarah Hugill Sage (1843 - 1926)*
  Solomon Hugill (1848 - ____)*
  Thomas Hugill (1850 - 1939)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: aged 88-died of uremic poisoning
 
Burial:
Evergreen-Washelli Memorial Park
Seattle
King County
Washington, USA
Plot:
 
Maintained by: Cindy
Originally Created by: Carolyn Farnum
Record added: Apr 19, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5377733
Arthur Hugill
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Arthur Hugill
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Arthur Hugill
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- Carolyn Farnum
 Added: Nov. 17, 2014
 
 
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