Cornelius “Tuck” Keaton
KEATON, “TUCK” CORNELIUS (Pioneer)-newspaper articles-obituaries
Worland Grit no. 24 April 29, 1909, page 1
Tuck Keaton, an old time resident of the southern part of the county is said to be ready at any time to furnish an alibi for Ed Eaton.
Dr. Walker made a trip to Mr. “Tuck” Keaton, who has been on the sick list for some time. The in the southern end of the Basin.
Basin Republican no. 35 March 04, 1910, page 4
Dr. Walker made a trip to Frank Helmer's ranch Sunday to see "Tuck” Keaton, who has been on the sick list for some time. The doctor says there is lots of snow yet in the southern end of the Basin.
Basin Republican no. 13 October 28, 1910
Tuck Keaton in Town
C. (Tuck) Keaton, of Big Trails, one of the old timers whom the pioneers know, has been in town for nearly a week. It has been ten years since "Tuck" has been in Basin and the old town is much changed. He has come to be under the treatment of Dr. Carter, and will go from Basin to
Thermopolis to take the baths there. Joe Henry, the cattle king, is one of "Tuck's" old friends.
Basin Republican no. 17 November 25, 1910, page 7
“Tuck Keaton Worse
Keaton, who has been in Basin for some time and in exceeding by poor health,
took a turn for the worse the first of the week. He is stopping at the
Basin Republican no. 20 December 16, 1910
Tuck Keaton Operated Upon.
Tuck Keaton, who has been in Basin for some weeks for the betterment of his health by resting from his labors, was operated upon for stone in the bladder last Wednesday. Dr. Carter performed the operation and the patient is progressing finely.
Worland Grit no. 9 February 19, 1915, page 6 TRITE TENSLEEP TALES
Old Mr. “Luck” Keeton had a very grievous accident last Wednesday, when he fell down several steps and broke his shoulder. He was taken to Hyattville for treatment.
Worland Grit no. 27 June 21, 1917, page 1
OLD TUCK DEAD
Keeton, (better known in the
Worland Grit no. 12 March 20, 1919, page 14
Note. H. H. Hime is the executor of the estate and after two years of notices things are finally settled.
NOTE. The 1900 census for Red