David is on the right track - Hattie E. Lamson is Hesther Elizabeth Lamson.
Boulder County Marriage Record 1860-1900
Thomas Jefferson Thompson to Hesther Elizabeth Lamson April 12, 1881 Charles M. Campbell Minister Mary W. Lamson, Amanda E. Campbell, & Fred Hall Witnesses Book J Page 354
1885 Colorado State Census, transcribed by Boulder Gen. Soc. ED 1, Sheet 78, line 48 - Boulder Thompson, Thomas 33 IN IN IN miner ", Hester 21 IA NY IN ", Zelbert 3 CO IN IA ", Carl1 CO IN IA Lampson, Mary mother-in-law 45 Widowed IN NH NY
Newspaper record, source has been forgotten Zelbert N. Thompson m 27 Jan 1909 Mabel A. Kearns at home of bride's mother, Mrs. Josephine L. Kearnes in Boulder by Rev. E. G. Lane
1910 Census, transcribed by Boulder Gen. Soc. Boulder Pre. 3ED 46 SH 4 L 76-78 964 South 18th St THOMPSON, Zelbert N. 28 m1 1y CO AR AR undertaker ", Mabel E. Kearns 23 m1 1y 1-1 CO Can-Eng IA ", Zelbert K. 5/12 CO CO CO
Boulder County Herald, abstracted by Mary McRoberts 22 Oct 1913 Thomas Jefferson Thompson died 14 Oct 1913 Goldfield, NV. Born 1851 Woodbury, IN. Buried Columbia cemetery beside wife, who died 1904.
Lots of info in the Columbia Cemetery records. Thomas and Hester are buried next to John and Mary Lamson. The Lamsons have gravestones, but the Thompsons don't. Want pictures? :)