|Death: ||Jan. 22, 1922|
Theotore Allen, one of the early pioneers of Kansas was born at California, Missouri in 1842, died January 22, 1922 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J.H. McPherson at Wichita, Kansas, at the age of 82 years. He came to Kansas in 1862 and for several years was engaged in freighting from Atchinson to Denver, making several trips before railroads were built in this territory.
In 1865 at Tecumseh, Kansas he was married to Susan E. Gage and soon after they moved to Greenwood County, where they took up a claim on the Fall River about two miles from Fall River City. They lived on the farm until 1884 then moved to Fall River, where he engaged in the meat business until 1914. He wife died in July 1893. He lived in Fall River until his first break in health, then removed to Wichita, where he resided until his death.
The body was taken to Fall River where burial was made in Charleston Cemetery.
From Eureka Messenger January 1922
Theodore J Allen (1813 - 1842)
Drucinda R Hand Allen (1808 - ____)
Susan E Gage Allen (1846 - 1893)
Martha J. Allen Gage (1833 - 1888)*
Theodore J. Allen (1842 - 1922)
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Record added: Apr 20, 2011
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