Yuma County, Colorado
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Absalom Tipton - Oscar D. Tipton - Theodore D. and Sarah (Strayer) Tipton - William M. Tipton
In 1870 A. Tipton 40, M. Tipton 35, O. 13, W.D. 9, C.A. 4, and W.S three-months are in Otoe County
In 1880 Otoe County, Nebraska Absalom Tipton is 50, with Oscar 22, William 19, Cora 14, Schuyler 11, and Eliza Miller (niece) 9. Absalom said he was married, but no wife listed.
Oscar proved-up a quarter in 12, 5N 46W in 1894, and a tree-claim joining in 1895. He had cash-claimed a quarter in Section 30, 5N 45W, just across the line in Phillips County, as did Theodore D. Tipton. Theodore cash-claimed two quarters and tree-claimed two more, so he had all of Section 31, 6N 45W (this would be about five miles northeast of Wages.
Absalom tree-claimed a quarter in 1896 in section 32, 5N 46W, a few miles south of Oscar. This is after in 1895 he tree-claimed another quarter in section 34.
A William M. Tipton ( maybe Absolom's son - cash-claimed a quarter in 17, 5N 47W in 1891.
In 1900 Santa Fe a W M. Tipton February 1857 in Ohio, is a special agent for the U.S. Land Court. He's married to Eleanor October 1864 in Louisiana. But it could be Absalom's son - 19 in the 1880 Otoe ensus.
Cass County, Nebraska marriages have NEILSON, Carrie; 16; md. Oscar D. TIPTON; 30; C2 Feb 1894 p 181
1900 Otoe County Absolom is 70, married to Lontha 47. Schuyler 30 is with him.
1910 Otoe County census has Absalom 80, with wife Loantha 57
Findagrave has Loantha Tipton in the Wyuka Cemetery, Nebraska City. February 1853 in Wisconsin, died January 1928.
It also has Martha Ann Tipton, October 11, 1834 - November 28, 1875 and Absolam 1829 -March 2, 1914.
May be the Oscar D. Tipton that Findagrave has in Otoe County, Nebraska, September 1856 - May 2, 1931 with his parents and an infant son. The note says "Body brought back for burial."
Findagrave also has William D. Tipton as son of Absolom 1860-1895, with a note "Reinterment on 11/11/1896"
Findagrave has a burial in Corvallis Oregon of Pvt. Theodore D. Tipton, 1841
- 1916. Co F. 2nd Nebraska Cavalry. The stone also has Sarah E. Tipton -
In 1880 Glenwood, Iowa, S. D. Strayer is 52, farming with Nancy 46. Next household is Theo Tipton 38, with sarah E. 27, Emma M. 5, Harvey 3, and Elma L. five months.
1890 Holyoke Captain S.D. Strayer, of Glenwood, Iowa, with his wife and daughter,
is making a visit to his daughter, Mrs. T.D. Tipton, of this place.
Edmund Daniel Hulbert, the subject of this review, was the only child of Henry Roberts Hulbert and was educated in the public schools of Hartford and Winsted, Connecticut. His initial business experience came to him in connection with the position of messenger in the Hurlbut National Bank of Winsted, Connecti- cut, in 1875. On going to Winona, Minnesota, he became bookkeeper in the First National Bank there in 1877 and was promoted to the cashiership in 1881, serving in that capacity until 1895. In 1895 he came to Chicago and was elected second vice president of the Merchants Loan & Trust Company. Three years later, in 1898, he was advanced to his present position as first vice president of the bank. He is also a director of the Pullman Loan & Savings Bank, of which he was one of the organizers in 1909. He is likewise interested in various other enterprises, which make considerable demand upon his time and attention.
On the 8th of August, 1897, Mr. Hulbert was married to Miss Emma Strayer, a daughter of Captain Samuel Strayer, a soldier of the Civil war who was killed in the service. Mr. Hulbert is a member of the Society of Colonial Wars and belongs also to the Chicago, University, Bankers and Glen View Clubs. The family residence is at No. 2005 Prairie avenue.
T.D. Tipton, this week, shipped from Holyoke, two car loads of fat
steers. These are the first fat cattle shipped from Holyoke. They were
the finest lot of cattle we have seen in the county and in good
condition for market.
T.D. Tipton will move his family back this week to his town
residence. They have been residing on his ranch for several months.
Mr. T.D. Tipton returned home from Glenwood, Iowa where he was called by the
illness of his mother of Tuesday morning, last.
March 1890 The libel suit brought by B.F. Williams, Editor of the News,
against T.D. Tipton, late
Editor of the HERALD, was decided on yesterday in the County Court by a verdict in favor
of Mr. T.D. Tipton for one cent.
On Monday morning last our fellow citizen, Mr. T.D. Tipton, received a telegram from
Silver City, Mills County, Iowa announcing the death of his mother, Mrs. Mary Tipton.
Mrs. Tipton was in the eighty........
The ease of Gillett Bros. vs. T.D. Tipton et al, was tried before
Justice Churning this week, the trial occupying three days. The case
grew out of the raising of money to purchase seed grain to be sold to
the farmers on time, last spring, and considerable interest was taken
in the trial owing to the fact that so many parties were interested in
the result of the case. The case was closed, Wednesday, and Justice
Churning reserved his decision till Friday at 1 p.m.
||Sarah E. Strayer||Theodore D. Tipton|
|Glenw.Tp 25 May||OH - 30||OH - 40|
Whereas, Sarah A. Moore and Perry Moore, of the county of Phillips and
state of Colorado on the 18th day of December A.D., 1888, by their
certain deed of trust of that date, which is recorded in the office of
the County Clerk and Recorder of Logan County, Colorado, in Book 11,
Page 348, of the records of said Logan County, conveyed to R.E.
Webster, as trustee, or in case of death, resignation, removal from
the county or failure to act, or other inability of said R.E. Webster,
then to Charles B. Timberlake as successor in trust, the following
described property, situate in the county of Logan, now in the county
of Phillips, state of Colorado, to-wit:
The north half (n½) and the southwest quarter (sw¼) and the north
quarter (n¼) of the southeast quarter (se¼)of the northeast quarter
(ne¼) of section thirteen (13) to township seven (7) north range
forty-five (45) west, together with all and singular the privileges
and appurtenances thereunto belonging, in trust to secure the payment
of two certain promissory notes of even date with said deed of trust
signed by Sarah Moore, Perry Moore, C.H. Moore and Emma Moore, one
note for seventy-two dollars ($72) payable to the order of Theodore D.
Tipton six months after date with interest at three per cent per month
after maturity and one note for four hundred and seventy-two dollars
($472) payable to the order of Theodore D. Tipton one year from date
with interest at three per cent per month from maturity.
And whereas, it was provided in said deed of trust that in case of
default in payment of said notes or any part thereof, or interest
thereon, that said trustee should proceed to sell and dispose of said
premises in the manner and for the use and purposes provided in said
deed of trust.
And, whereas, default has been made in the payment of the principal
of said last above mentioned note no part thereof having been paid and
also the interest.
Now, therefore, I, R.E. Webster, trustee, or in case of death,
resignation, removal from the county or failure to act or other
inability of said Webster, then I, Charles B. Timberlake successor in
trust as aforesaid will, on the 9th day of September A.D., 1890, at
the front door of the State Bank in Holyoke, in the county of Phillips
and state of Colorado, at the hour of twelve (12) o’clock, noon, sell
the above described property for the highest and best price the same
will bring in cash at public auction subject to a trust deed of $4*0
and interested on the northeast quarter (ne¼) section thirteen (13) T.
seven (7) N.R. forty-five (45) W to pay said note, with all interest
charges, taxes advanced and all costs and expenses of this trust. -
R.E. Webster, Trustee, Charles B. Timberlake, Successor in Trust.
In 1900 Laclede County,, Missouri Theodore D. Tipton is 58, Sarah E. 47, Lillian G. 8. born in Colorado.
1900 Otoe County, Nebraska has an Oscar Tipton, September 1856 in Nebraska, with Carrie April 1877 in Nebraska, and Thurston August 1897 Nebraska.
1930 Vernon County, Missouri has Oscar B. Tipton, 74, widowed.
On the same page is Absolom Tipton, a fruit grower, December 1829 Ohio and Loretta February 1843 Wisconsin. Son Schuyler May 1870 Nebraska is with them. In 1910 Oscar and Carristena C. are in Otoe County, with Thurston D. 12 born in Nebraska
In 1910 Theodore and Sarah are in Malheur County, Oregon. Theodore is a real estate agent. He died August 6, 1916. in Lincoln Oregon.
Lillian in 1910 is a clerk in the post office in Adams County, Washington. One tree said she married Edward Alpha Townsend in 1914 in Glasgow Montana and died June 21, 1954 in Prineville, Crook County, Oregon, buried in Ellensburg, Washington.
In 1920 Sarah is living with daughter Emma M. Whitam and her husband F.H., and their son S.Earl, 25.
Strayer Earle Whitham married Vera May Kelley in 1921 in Benton, Oregon.
In 1930 all four are together, and Strayer is divorced.
Sarah died in Spokane Washington December 14, 1932 - father was S.D. Strayer, mother Nany Hola Wilson.
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