DALTON WHIPPLE, EVA MAY - Kingfisher County, Oklahoma | EVA MAY DALTON WHIPPLE - Oklahoma Gravestone Photos


Kingfisher Cemetery
Kingfisher County,

January 25, 1867 - Missouri
January 27, 1939 Kingfisher, OK
Daughter of James and Adeline Dalton

Wife of John N. Whipple
Eva May passed away on 27 Jan 1939 at the home of her sister, Leona Dalton, in Kingfisher, OK where she had made her home after the death of her husband in 1932. Eva was 72 years of age. She had taught school and was engaged in millinery and dressmaking before she married.

She and her husband, John N.Whipple, moved to Kingfisher, OK and later operated a cafe in Siloam Springs, AR.

Eva, a Methodist from age 16, was buried in the Dalton family plot in Kingfisher, OK. Eva was survived by her sister, Leona, a brother, Littleton, and a granddaughter, Mrs. W. D. Meadows of Houston, TX.

In 1887 a small house was built by John Whipple for his bride, Eva May Dalton. This house stands on the corner of Pearlotte and Green St. in Meade, KS, is known as the Dalton Museum and is the center of the annual Dalton Days festivities. When the Gang visited their sister they allegedly used the escape tunnel that was dug from the house to the barn. This small museum was visited by a record attendance of 28,000 in the year 2000 and folks came from 23 nations.

Contributed on 7/3/12 by tomtodd
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Submitted: 7/3/12 • Approved: 7/4/12 • Last Updated: 4/16/18 • R25987-G25986-S3

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