Maud Thompson


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Maud Ernestine Thompson (b. 1881 - d. 1924) was born to Alfred Barnum and Matilda Spence. They operated the Palace Station, a stop for the Prescott and Phoenix stagecoach, located 2 hours from Prescott and 2 hours from the Peck Mine, one of the most prosperous mines in the territory. Maud had 3 children, one of whom died in infancy. She died from a stroke in 1924, and is buried in Mountain View Cemetery. This photograph was taken in Denver, Colorado.


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