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Re: Worth Jolliffe - Surveyor in CO ca 1900
Posted by: Nancy Brown Date: April 06, 2000 at 13:44:16
In Reply to: Re: Worth Jolliffe - Surveyor in CO ca 1900 by Rebecca (Jolliff) Metcalf of 254

Rebecca - I really don't have much info on Worth Jolliffe, but I know he and my grandfather were good friends and my grandfather was born in 1877, so they would have been fairly close to the same age. Do you know if he was a surveyor and if he worked on the Denver and Rio Grand Railroad line as a surveyor around 1900? They were in Salida CO, Durango CO and went as far as San Francisco because my grandfather took pictures of San Francisco right after the 1906 earthquake. So, they were probably surveying until sometime around 1906. I'll look through my old pictures and see if there are any more clues. I think that he had his wife and young son with him on the survey. We'll try to figure this out. Thanks for replying.

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