Mamice E. (Cunningham) Archibald


Theo S. Marceau/San Francisco, California Unknown po0218p.jpg PO-0218 B&W 1700-0218-0001 po0218p Print 8x10 Historic Photographs 1890s Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives


Mamice E. (Cunningham) Archibald (b. 1875) was born in California. She married Miles O. Archibald (b. 1870 - d. 1925) in November 1897 and had a daughter, Maggie Archibald. Miles Archibald served as a guard at Yuma Territorial Prison and the Chief of Police in Prescott, Arizona.

Mamice was also the niece of Nellie Cashman, who was known in almost every Arizona mining town as a prospector.

Handwriting on the back of photo reads: "Niece of Nellie Cashman, Mamice Cunningham, married Miles Archibald, Mrs. Miles Archibald. Nellie Cashman was the famous friend of all the miners from Mexico to Alaska."

Sources: Arizona Death Certificate 1925; California County Marriages 1850-1952.


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