McIntyre Gulch

McIntyre Gulch is named for the early Lakewood settler from Pennsylvania, William W. McIntyre, who obtained his 160 acres north of West Sixth Avenue along present day Wadsworth Boulevard through a military patent issued to Pero Quinto Pereider, a Mexican War veteran. It flows eastward and joins Lakewood Gulch west of Wadsworth Boulevard.
Quad Map/Date: Morrison 1964 (1994) Fort Logan 1964 (1994)
Sec/Town/Range: T4S, R69W, S8,9,10,2,1,
Elevation: 5400-5830
Source: "Lakewood, Colorado: An Illustrated Biography," 1976.
Last Modified: Fri, June 19 1998

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