Museum the New Llano Colony

John L. Neall

Birth: Born around 1882 in California.  


Pre-Colony History:  

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Job in Colony: In 1930 was listed as a poultryman in the colony.  

Home in Colony: In 1930 was a boarder with the Ima Glasscox family.

In March 1933 a group departed for the new unit at Gila, New Mexico, along with RV Shoemaker and his wife, Ann; McCullough and his wife; Beanfellow, shoemaker; Dan Taran, blacksmith; Royal Thompson, Kenfield, Charley Desiderio, Frank Plaga, farmers; John Neill, poultryman; Ludwig Mahler, butcher; and Milton Maki, machinist; with Warren Mitchell and Lee Fread as chauffeurs. The chauffeurs would not stay, but return to the colony with the truck. That was two fiddles, a guitar and a flute lost from the orchestra...  

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Sources: US Census: 1930; "Llano Colonist": March 25, 1933