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Maude B. Whipple[1]

Female 1888 - 1910  (22 years)


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  • Name Maude B. Whipple 
    Nickname Mary 
    Born Sep 13, 1888  Meade county, Kansas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Residence 1903  El Reno, Canadian county, Oklahoma, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died Dec 05, 1910  Beaumont, Jefferson county, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • Death certificate: Mary HALL, widowed; parents: John WHIPPLE & Eva DALTON; occupation: cashier; informant: Mrs. John WHIPPLE of Beaumont, TX.
    Buried Kingfisher Cemetery, Kingfisher, Kingfisher county, Oklahoma, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I42910  mykindred
    Last Modified Jan 13, 2015 

    Father John N. Whipple,   b. Apr 1851, Connecticut, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1932  (Age ~ 80 years) 
    Mother Eva May Dalton,   b. Jan 25, 1867, Belton, Cass county, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jan 28, 1939, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Married Oct 25, 1887  Meade, Kansas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • John Whipple was the owner of the first mercantile store in Meade, Kansas.  He met Eva Dalton there and, after marrying her, they moved into a house southeast of Meade.  Eva's brothers were deputy U.S. Marshals at that time, and Frank was killed while making an arrest in Arkansas.
      Three weeks after the wedding, Whipple gave up his business and two months later he gave the deed to the house to Eva.  He told people they were living off his horse trading and poker playing.  A short time later (February, 1891), the Dalton brothers committed their first train robbery in Alila, California. The whole town felt sorry for Eva and wondered why the Dalton brothers had turned over a bad leaf.  The Whipple’s house was often searched but the infamous brothers were never seen on the land.  When the police questioned Whipple as to why he had so many horses in his barn, he would reply that he was doing some trading.  In 1892 the Whipples mysteriously left town and were nowhere to be found when Bob and Grant Dalton, Dick Broadwell and Bill Powers were killed, in Coffeyville, while trying to rob two banks.  The Whipple house was sold in November 1892 and the 95 foot tunnel, from the lower level of the house to the barn, was discovered by a stranger who wandered into it and startled the new owners of the house.  It was used as a hiding and escape tunnel by the Dalton Gang while they stayed with the Whipples.  The Whipples moved to Oklahoma and then Arkansas where they had two children.  The old Whipple residence was purchased and turned into a tourist attraction on June 6, 1941.
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      1900 census, OK, Canadian, El Reno, ed 17, 17-A, June 18
      316 Evans Ave, HH 344/360
      WHIPPLE, John J, head, W, M, April 1851, 49, m 12 yrs, CT, CT, CT, butcher
      WHIPPLE, Eva D, wife, W, F, Jany 1867, 33, m 12 yrs, 2 children, MO, KY, MO
      WHIPPLE, Maud B, dau, Sep 1888, 11, KS, CT, MO
      WHIPPLE, Glenn B, son, April 1894, 6, OK, CT, MO
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      1910 census, TX, Jefferson, Beaumont, ed 75, 15-A, April 26
      574 Pearl Street, HH 185/229
      WHIPPLE, Eva D., head, W, F, 43, widowed, MO, KY, MO, seamstress
      HALL, Maud B, W, F, 21, widowed, KS, CT, MO, clerk, hotel
      HALL, Eloise Jo, g-dau, 1-8/12, TX, TA, KS
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    Family ID F15149  Group Sheet

    Family Philip Van Buren Hall,   b. Nov 19, 1880, Sequin, Guadalupe county, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jun 20, 1929, Jefferson county, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years) 
    Married Aug 11, 1907  Canadian county, Oklahoma, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
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      1910 census, TX, Jefferson, Beaumont, ed 70, 10-B, April 26
      963 North(?), HH 153/174
      HALL, Phil, head, M, W, 29, m1 4, TX, TX, TX
      HALL, Maudie, sister, F, W, 20,m single, TX, TX, TX
      WEATHERALL, Sam, roober, M, W, 19
      DAWSON, Sam, roomer, M, W, 21
      FEENEY, Marion, sister-in-law, 19, single, TX, TX, TX
      FEENEY, Stella, sis-in-law, 15, TX, TX, TX
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      1910 census, TX, Jefferson, Beaumont, ed 75, 15-A, April 26
      574 Pearl Street, HH 185/229
      WHIPPLE, Eva D., head, W, F, 43, widowed, MO, KY, MO, seamstress
      HALL, Maud B, W, F, 21, widowed, KS, CT, MO, clerk, hotel
      HALL, Eloise Jo, g-dau, 1-8/12, TX, TA, KS
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    Children 
     1. Juanita Hall,   b. Aug 23, 1908,   d. Dec 30, 1987, Beaumont, Jefferson county, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years)
    Family ID F66418  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S761] Gedcom - Lunceford, William R.

    2. [S561] Death Certificate.



  
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