Rob's Genealogy

Featuring the Cobb-Reyes-Bauer-Woodson families and their relations.

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Viola Prichard1

born 15 November 1913, died 7 January 2011

Family 1: Eugene Crump (born 27 December 1922, died 30 August 2006)

Family 2: Pablo Cuaron (born 8 October 1908, died 9 August 1992)

Facts and Notes

  • Marriage: Eugene Crump2
  • Burial: In Fort Sill National Cemetery, Elgin, Comanche County, Oklahoma, USAB2
  • Anecdote: Viola's family moved to the Lawton area when she was three years old. She attended Emerson School. She married into the military, traveled to Okinawa, Germany, France and then back to Lawton. She retired from Civil Service at Fort Sill, and later moved to Fort Cobb and became a member of Alfalfa Methodist Church and a member of the Rebeka Lodge # 307. Viola was an avid fisherwoman, loved to read, make quilts and cook. For the last four years she had been a resident at McMahon-Tomlinson.2
  • Birth: 15 November 1913; Hobart, Garfield County, Oklahoma, USAB2
  • Marriage: After 1930; Pablo Cuaron; As of April 15, 1930, Pablo was living in a barracks on the Fort Sill Military Reservation in Oklahoma and still declared himself single.1,3
  • Death: 7 January 2011; Lawton, Blaine County, Oklahoma, USAB2

Citations

  1. [S158] Art Cuaron, Cuaron, Art, Genealogy Project, 17 Jan 2009. Art Cuaron Genealogical Records
  2. [S185] Batesville Interactive, Viola V. Crump Memorial Biography, Record Type: Memorial Service Biography, Subject: Viola V. Crump
  3. [S447] Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census, Year: 1930; Census Place: Lawton, Comanche, Oklahoma; Roll: 1899; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 0036; Image: 684.0; FHL microfilm: 2341633, Record for Pablo M Cuaron