Charles W. Dudrow Santa Fé County, New Mexico

Charles W. Dudrow, engaged in the lumber, coal and transfer business at. Santa Fé, was born in Frederick, Maryland, in 1841 and became a resident of Santa Fé in 1870. For several years he was employed by Barlow & Sanderson, the noted overland stage line men as express messenger. In 1880 he engaged in his present business and for several years has conducted a lumber and coal yard at Cerrillos. His business interests are capably conducted and guided by sound judgment, so that his efforts result successfully. He is widely known throughout the northern part of the Territory and is active in public affairs. He was twice elected sheriff but declined to serve, and for several terms he was a member of the board of county commissioners and chairman of that body.

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Source: History of New Mexico, Its Resources and People, Volume II, Pacific States Publishing Co., 1907.

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