Joseph H. Collinson, B. Manchester
dra- dlrec- i fleht- i RAILROAD VETERAN SUCCUMBS FRIDAY Joseph H. Collinson, 37 Years With Great Northern, Dies at Devils Lake Devils Lake. N. D., Sept. 27. () Joseph H. Collinson, 80, veteran railroad railroad employe, died here late yesterday yesterday after a lingering illness. Collinson Collinson retired In 1920 after 37 years of service with the Great Northern rail-Born rail-Born rail-Born in Manchester, England, ..Collinson ..Collinson and his wife came to Minneapolis Minneapolis in 1881. After working for the Mlnneapolls-St. Mlnneapolls-St. Mlnneapolls-St. Louis railroad, in 1883 he went to work in the shops of the Great Northern at Fergus Palls. In later years he was located at Barnesvllle, Mlnot, and Devils Lake. Collinson was a member of the Great Northern Veterans association and of various Masonic bodies, Including Including Kern Temple at Grand Porks. In addition to his widow he leaves two sons, James D. Collinson. vice president or 'rune urain Minneapolis, and Robert C. Collinson, cashler of the First National bank. rvvlls Lake. Funeral services will be held here from the Masonic temple Mouay.