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Re: John Petal Harlow-miner
Posted by: Jerri Strombeck (ID *****8880) Date: August 01, 2012 at 03:49:34
In Reply to: John Petal Harlow-miner by winnie mading of 3841

I'm a vol, no relation

Salt Lake Tribune, 4/24/1875

John P. Harlow selected as petit juror for the May term

1880 census, Gunnison City, Gunnison, Colorado
John Harlow 50 restaurant CAN f CAN m CAN
Kate Harlow 36 NY f NY m NY
M. Stoll 37
W. J. Mclees 21

1885 Colorado State Census, Mesa Cty
John P Harlow 55 farming NY f NY m NY
K L 55 VA f VA m PA

Grand Junction
Mrs. J. P. Harlow and her son, Mr. Smith, were in the city last week.

Rocky Mountain News, Denver CO, 9/18/1889

Judge J. P. Barlow is the pioneer of this region, being 20 miles up the Grand from Grand Junction. His orchard consists of 1,000 peach trees, 50 apple trees, 50 apricot trees, 20 plum trees, 12 pear trees and 500 grape vines.

The first ditch building began in the Spring of 1882, work commencing on the Pioneer ditch March 1 of that year, the channel being located by Messrs. Harlow and Fitzpatrick...

In 1891 they mention peaches from Mrs. J. P. Harlow's orchard, so I think he had died by then

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