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Frederick Garesche Farish

Frederick Garesche Farish, American mining engineer. Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers.

Background

  • Farish, Frederick Garesche was born on September 14, 1866 in St. Louis. Son of Edward Tilghman and Elizabeth (Garesche) Farish.

  • Education

    • Educated St. Mary’s College, Montreal, Canada, 1880-1886. St. Louis (Missouri) U., 1887-1888.

    Career

    • 1 son, Edw. T. Assistant superintendent Old Dominion Mining Company, Ouray, Colorado, 1892-1893. Superintendent Silver Age Mining Company, Idaho Springs, Colorado, 1893-1895. Assayer and chemist, Grand Central Mining Limited company, Torres, Sonora, Mexico, 1896-1899.

      Manager Japan-Flora Mining Company, Telluride, Colorado, 1900-1901. Consultant and examination engineer, 1902-1911. Superintendent Humboldt mine, Sneffels, Colorado, 1912-1913.

      Manager Lluvia de Oro Gold Mining Company, Chihuahua, Mexico, 1915-1916. Manager Mineral Hill Consolidated Copper Company, Arizona, 1917-1918. General manager Metals Exploration Company, 1919-1923.

      General superintendent Silvermane Mines Company, Lake City, Colorado, 1924-1925. General mir. Rico Mining & Reduction corporation since 1926. Cons. practice New York City since 1927.

      Construction engineering to Campbell Mining Company, Inc., New York City, 1934-1940.

    Religion

    Denomination: Catholic

    Membership

    Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers.

    Connections

    • Married Alice Harwood, October 1, 1898.
    • father: Edward Tilghman Farish
    • mother: Elizabeth (Garesche) Farish
    • spouse: Alice Harwood
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    Born September 14, 1866
    Died August 14, 1946
    (aged 79)
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