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Leona Randolph Dalton[1, 2]

Female 1874 - 1964  (89 years)

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  • Name Leona Randolph Dalton 
    Born Jul 17, 1874  Bates county, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Her birth year  is given as 1875 on her death certificate (informant her nephew Roy M. Clute of Estes Park, CO), but the 1880, 1890 and 1900 censuses all show that her birth year was 1874.
    Gender Female 
    Census Jun 13, 1890  Kingfisher, Indian Territory (Oklahoma), USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Died Apr 18, 1964  Kingfisher, Oklahoma, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried Kingfisher Cemetery, Kingfisher, Kingfisher county, Oklahoma, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
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      BIRTH: 6 years old on 1880 Missouri Census.
      Census: Missouri, Bates Co., West Point Twp., 1880.
      Leona never married, worked as dressmaker/seamstress.  I have a newspaper clipping on Emmet Dalton, on "Will Be Buried Beside His Brother Bob", 14 July 1937 and in the article it spoke of his two sisters, Leona and Eva Dalton of Kingfisher, Okla.>
      She raised her sister Nancy's son Roy Clute after Nancy died.
      Leona Randolph Dalton
      Leon Dalton Dies, Funeral Scheduled Tuesday Morning
      Kingfisher Free Press, April 29, 1964
      Leona Dalton Dies; Funeral Scheduled Tuesday Morning
      Miss Leona Randolph Dalton, 88, a local resident since 1890, died Saturday in the Hukills Rest home, where she had been a resident for several years.
      Funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the First Christian church, of which she was a member.  William Imhoff will officiate.  Interment will be made in the Kingfisher cemetery.  Langley-Mason Funeral home is in charge of arrangements.
      Miss Dalton was born July 17, 1875, in Kansas, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Dalton.  She came here with her parents in 1890, and they resided on a farm six miles northeast of Kingfisher.
      She was a dressmaker during her early years.
      Survivors include two nephews, Roy M. Clute of Estes Park, Colo., and Charles Dalton of Lodi, Calif.
      The Kingfisher Free Press, Monday, April 20, 1964, p. 1
    Person ID I42364  mykindred
    Last Modified Jan 14, 2015 

    Father James Lewis Dalton,   b. Feb 16, 1826, Mount Sterling, Montgomery county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jul 16, 1890, Dearing, Kansas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 64 years) 
    Mother Adeline Lee Younger,   b. Sep 15, 1835, Jackson county, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jan 24, 1925, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 89 years) 
    Married Mar 12, 1851  Independence, Jackson county, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
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      In his book "Beyond The Law" by Emmett Dalton, pub. 1918, he lists 15 children in chronological order: "Ben, now a farmer in Oklahoma; Cole, now living in New Mexico; Louis, who is dead; Littleton, still a ranchman in California; Lelia, who is dead; Frank, who was killed while serving as a United States marshal; Gratton, who was killed in the Coffeyville, Kansas, raid; William, a stock raiser in California, now dead; Eva, alive; Robert, who was also killed in Coffeyville; myself; Leona, also alive; Nammie(sic), dead; and finally the twins Simon and Adeline, of whom Simon is still alive."
      1. Ben
      2. Cole
      3. Louis
      4. Littleton
      5. Lelia
      6. Frank
      7. Gratton
      8. William
      9. Eva
      10. Robert
      11. Emmett
      12. Leona
      13. Nammie
      14. Simon
      15. Adeline
      Louis, Lelia and Adeline died young.
      1860 census -- If you can find this document, please send it to me.
      1870 census, MO, Cass, Mount Pleasant twp, Pleasant Hill PO, p 12, Aug 26, HH 75
      DOLTON, James L., 44, M, W, farmer, $7200, $2990, KY
      DOLTON, Adeline, 43, F, W, keeps house, MO
      DOLTON, Charles B., 18, M, MO
      DOLTON, Henry C., 16, M, MO
      DOLTON, Littleton, 12, M, MO
      DOLTON, Franklin, 11, M, MO
      DOLTON, Grotten, 9, M, MO
      DOLTON, Mason, 5, M, MO
      DOLTON, Eva May, 3, F, MO
      DOLTON, Robert, 1, M, MO
      1880 census, MO, Bates, West Point, p 13, ed 145, June 11, HH 96/97
      DALTON, James, W, M, 54, farmer, KY, VA, KY
      DALTON, Adalin L., W, F, 44, wife, MO, KY, IL
      DALTON, Mason, 15, son, MO, KY, MO
      DALTON, Eva May, 13, dau, MO, KY, MO
      DALTON, Robt, 11, son, MO, KY, MO
      DALTON, Emma, 9, son, MO, KY, MO
      DALTON, Leona, 6, dau, MO, KY, MO
      DALTON, Nancy, 4, dau, MO, KY, MO
      DALTON, Simon, 1, son, MO, KY, MO
      1890 territorial census, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, Dist. 14, June 13, 1890
      -- HH 180
      PHILLIPS, Alvin, head, W, M, 22, MO
      -- HH 181
      DALTON, Charles B, head, W, M, 38, MO
      -- HH 182
      DALTON, Adiline L, head, W, F, 55, MO
      DALTON, Leona, dau, 16, MO
      DALTON, Nansy, dau, 14, MO
      DALTON, Simon, son, 12, MO
      1900 census, OK, Kingfisher, Cimarron, ed 105, 6-B, June 14, HH 122/124
      DALTON, Adaline, head, W, F, Sept 1833, 64, widowed, 15/7 children, MO, KY, IL, farmer
      DALTON, Charles B, son, Feb 1852, 48, single, MO, KY, MO
      DALTON, Leona R, dau, July 1874, 25, single, MO, KY, MO

    Family ID F15146  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S745] Kansas Gunfighters,

    2. [S746] Gedcom - 254124.ged.

    3. [S4823] Oklahoma Territorial Census, 1890 and 1907.

    4. [S2526] Missouri Marriage Records: 1805-2002.

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