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J.H. Rose Truck lines, anyone remember?

Posted By I.ANDERSON Thursday, November 04, 2010 8:31 AM
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I don't know anything about the knife but my be be be grandmother was J H Rose sister would love to find one of them
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We were one of J.H. Rose biggest customers at National Supply Co manufacturing drilling rigs and other oilfield products.
I hunted at the ranch in 70's and seem to recall Mr. Pate. Great times at the ranch.
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His name was Cecil Fesperman. I remember him well. Always a nice guys.
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I sent you a email with his name. I will post it here too. His name is Cecil Fesperman.
He had Foghorn Leghorn on his truck.
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My husband and his business partner bought the Trinity River Rose Ranch (or what was left of it) in 2001. He's heard stories about the parties that were thrown there. Legendary.
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MY wife bought a knife collection recently. Among the knives was a Swiss Knife with J H Rose Trucking on it. I grew up in South El Monte Calif. I remember J H Rose black Peterbilts parked on Garvey ave near Rosemead Blvd. There was a café/bar where the drivers hung out. I posted this reply after I read that "Gretchen" had a similar knife.
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Hey folks,
Just stumbled on this and thought I'd comment. I grew up on the Rose Ranch in Leakey, Tx. My grandmother, mother, and father worked the ranch until it was sold in 1976. My Dad is James Pate if anyone remembers. Anyone ever been to the ranch?
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I have known Mr. Moore for many of years and as well as Marshall Ray. I worked for J.H. Rose from 1964 until 1982. Started in Tulsa as a Driver.
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My father-in-law Odus Gautney drove for JH Rose also had a good friend that drove for JH Rose . His name was Ed Boring . just wondering if anyone remembered either one. Doug www.facebook.com/fastow99
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New here - in fact just found this site when doing some research for an article on Jesse Ebb Rose, Jr. who died in 2007.

Ebb, as he preferred to be called raced several times in the Indy 500 back in the sixties; he was something of a celebrity in Houston.

His father J.H. Rose has been credited (hearsay only) with 'inventing' the lowboy trailer used in hauling large heavy equipment, which work falls well within the range of the J.H. Truck Lines capabilities and field of business. Wikipedia states only that the lowboy was invented in the 1920's which would be correct for J.H. Truck Lines.

Is there any good basis for the lowboy claim, or is the claimant mistaken?

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