I'll check my files. It's sad, isn't it when
something like this splits the families apart? I can
relate to this family because of a couple of tragedies
that could have split apart several of my own
families. I feel greatly blessed that these events in
my families brought out the very best in each and
every one of those involved. Instead of splitting,
they ended up hugging and forgiving. To me as a child,
these relatives in my eyes rose to sainthood. If
possible, I loved them even more than I had before
This experience was key to the devotion, love, and
loyalty I have for my family down to this very day.
Family can make a difference, especially in the lives
of the children.
--- lisascarola <feonadorf@...
> Does anyone have any info on a Frank Harrington, who
> married Susie May
> Tripp, d/o William Lawrence and Mary A Smith Tripp.
> I believe Frank was
> born around 1900. He and Susie Had 2 children Mary
> Magaline Tripp, and
> Dallas Lindberg Tripp. While the children were born
> Harringtons their
> names were changed after Frank killed a man and went
> to prison. Any
> info on the crime would be helpful also, I believe
> it involved a poker
> dispute. Not sure when it took place, maybe the late
> 1920s, early
> The daughter Mary M, died around age 12, but the son
> Dallas L, went on
> to marry Mevelyn Brown.
> Also Susie May Tripp went on to marry Walter Leon
> Any help might be useful to some folks I'm trying to
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