Landowners, Ranchland

2017 Land Report 100: Lee Family

No. 42 Lee Family

275,000 acres
After World War I, a doughboy named Floyd Lee (1895 — 1987) began working as a hand on the Fernandez Ranch in Cibola County, New Mexico. By the time of his death decades later, Lee had assembled an enormous sheep and cattle operation and had served as the president of the New Mexico Wool Growers Association.
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