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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

Thomas L. Triplett , 6 South 50 West


There's a Thomas L. Triplet in 1900 Gallatin County, Montana, born January 1872 in Missouri, father born in West Virginia, a hired man for the William and Jessie Caldwell family of Tennessee.

There's a Thomas Triplett in 1900 Cherokee County, Kansas, born June 1885 in Virginia, boarding with the Joseph and Elizabeth Harvy family
There's a Thomas L. Triplett, 34 marrying Duskie Meyers, 18, in Butler County Missouri on February 16, 1905.

This one is the same age as the one in 1930 Denver, a flour miller, born about 1872 in North Carolina, divorced, in a lodging house.
In 1940 Denver, Thos. L. is widowed, 68 born in North Carolina, and Lida Bettis 56 born in Indiana is rooming with him.
He's buried in Denver, dying May 1953 at age 81 # 135574445.

Thomas claimed a quarter in 4, 6S 50W in 1910. There were no claims next to him in that time period - all the others were either 1891 or 1912-1914.

In 1910 Pueblo, Colorado, there's a Thomas L. Triplett, plumber, 24, born in South Carolina, single, living with mother Margaret E. Triplett 57, a farmer born in South Carolina.
Margaret E. is 26, a dressmaker, Anna G. 22 no occupation. All were born in South Crolina.

One tree said Thomas died September 4, 1910 in Pueblo.




The tree also said his sister Virginia N. Triplett 1879-1907 died in Pueblo, buried in parents in Chester # 45609166.

Margaret E. (Ford) Triplett 1851-1922 is buried in Chester, South Carolina # 45609149.
So is Thomas N. Triplett 1847-1921 # 45609124.




August 10, 1923



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