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Registry notes: Lillian Cauble [C52]

C52
Lillian Audrey Cauble
(27 May 1871 Hill County, Texas-29 October 1956; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), daughter of Mary Matilda Cason and Napoleon Bonaparte Cauble, had not reached her ninth birthday by 24 June 1880, when she lived with her mother and stepfather, James Cunningham, at their Stephens County farm. She was recorded as Mary on the 1880 U. S. Census. Lillian Audrey Cauble married John Dick Cross (18 July 1865 Arkansas-unknown; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), a farmer, on 11 July 1888 in Hill County, Texas. Four children were born to the couple while they lived in Texas. After migrating to Oklahoma, they had three additional sons. Lillian Cauble Cross stated that she had seven children, all living, by 1910. [James Cunningham household, 1880 U. S. Census, Stephens County, Texas, population schedule, Precinct 2, E.D. 171, SD 3, sheet 482, page 9, line 46, dwelling 87, family 87, 23 June 1880, NARA T9_1327; Hill County, Texas, Marriage Volume 4:297; J. Cross household, 1900 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma Territory, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 203, SD 219, sheet 15A, page 158, line 1, dwelling 102, family 102, 19 June 1900, NARA T623_1341; John D. Cross household, 1910 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 237, SD 2, sheet 10A, page 60, line 32, dwelling blank, family 140, 6 May 1910, NARA T624_1272]
 

C521
Charles Henry Cross
(13 July 1890 Texas-12 August 1950; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), a son of Lillian Audrey Cauble and John Dick Cross, was age ten and lived with his parents and siblings on the family farm at Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma Territory, on 19 June 1900. He married Ora Anna Warren (29 June 1888 New Mexico-10 July 1960; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma) in 1910 in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. On 6 January 1920 Charles worked as a salesman in a dry goods store. He lived with his wife and son on Third Street in Cheyenne, Oklahoma.  [J. Cross household, 1900 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 203, SD 219, sheet 15A, page 158, line 1, dwelling 102, family 102, 19 June 1900, NARA T623_1341; Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, Marriage Volume 115:25; Charles Henry Cross, Sr., tombstone; Ora Anna Warren Cross tombstone; Chas. H. Cross household, 1920 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 152, SD 7, sheet 2A, page 206, line 31, dwelling 38, family 37, 06 January 1920, NARA T625_1476]
 

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Charles Henry Cross, Jr.
(1 March 1917 Oklahoma-22 December 1961; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), a son of Ora Anna Warren and Charles Henry Cross, Sr., married Eva Thomas in 1932 at Roger Mill County, Oklahoma.  [Chas. H. Cross household, 1920 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 152, SD 7, sheet 2A, page 206, line 31, dwelling 38, family 37, 06 January 1920, NARA T625_1476; Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, Marriage Book 212:15; Charles Henry Cross, Jr., tombstone]
 

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Charles R. [Ron[ Cross
(9 December 1938-21 March 1982; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), a son of  Charles Henry Cross, Jr.  [Charles R. ‘Ron’ Cross tombstone]
 

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Gertrude [Gertie] Lee  Cross
(December 1890 Texas-1976) was born to Lillian Audrey Cauble and John Dick Cross. She was age nine and lived with her parents and siblings on the family farm at Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, on 19 June 1900. Gertie may have had a learning disability because she was recorded as being unable to read, write, or speak English. Her older brother and her younger brothers were able to read, write, and speak English.  [J. Cross household, 1900 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 203, SD 219, sheet 15A, page 158, line 1, dwelling 102, family 102, 19 June 1900, NARA T623_1341]
 

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James Napoleon Cross
(April 1893 Weatherford, Parker County, Texas-1932 Roger Mills County, Oklahoma; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), a son of Lillian Audrey Cauble and John Dick Cross, was age seven and lived with his parents and siblings on the family farm at Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, on 19 June 1900. He was seventeen, attended school, and worked on his family’s farm on 6 May 1910. His headstone carries the title, Dr. He married Jessie Kendall (1892-1976; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma) in 1914 in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. [J. Cross household, 1900 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Texas, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 203, SD 219, sheet 15A, page 158, line 1, dwelling 102, family 102, 19 June 1900, NARA T623_1341; John D. Cross household, 1910 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 237, SD 2, sheet 10A, page 60, line 32, dwelling blank, family 140, 6 May 1910, NARA T624_1272; Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, Marriage Volume 119:75; Dr. J. N. Cross tombstone; Jessie Kendall Cross tombstone]

C524
Dean Von Cross
(4 February 1896 Hill County, Texas-6 May 1984; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), a son of Lillian Audrey Cauble and John Dick Cross, was age four and lived with his parents and siblings on their farm at Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, on 19 June 1900. He was fourteen, attended school, and worked on his family’s farm on 6 May 1910. He served in World War II. Dean Von Cross first married Ruth H. Leary (27 October 1900-18 November 1928; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma) in 1920  in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. Secondly, he married Jeffa Hunt (6 June 1903-20 January 1988; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma) in 1930 in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. Both Dean and Jeffa Cross lived at Cheyenne, Roger Mills, Oklahoma, at the time of death. [J. Cross household, 1900 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 203, SD 219, sheet 15A, page 158, line 1, dwelling 102, family 102, 19 June 1900, NARA T623_1341; John D. Cross household, 1910 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 237, SD 2, sheet 10A, page 60, line 32, dwelling blank, family 140, 06 May 1910, NARA T624_1272; Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, Marriage Volume 124:97;  208:25; Dean Van Cross tombstone; Ruth Leary Cross tombstone; Jeffa Hunt Cross tombstone; Dean Cross entry, 444-42-1797, issued in Oklahoma between 1958 and 1960; Jeffa Cross entry, 445-18-8690, issued in Oklahoma in 1951, Social Security Death Index, online at ancestry.com, accessed 17 September 1999]
 

C525
Alfred Glenn Cross
(14 October 1898 Roger Mills County, Oklahoma-10 March 1937; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), a son of Lillian Audrey Cauble and John Dick Cross, was a one-year-old baby, living with his parents and siblings on their farm at Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, on 19 June 1900. Glenn was eleven, attended school, and worked on his family’s farm on 6 May 1910. He married Faye Combs (18 May 1903-7 April 1983; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma) in 1922 in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The last residence of Faye Cross was Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma.[J. Cross household, 1900 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 203, SD 219, sheet 15A, page 158, line 1, dwelling 102, family 102, 19 June 1900, NARA T623, roll 1341; John D. Cross household, 1910 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 237, SD 2, sheet 10A, page 60, line 32, dwelling blank, family 140, 06 May 1910, NARA T624_1272; Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, Marriage Volume 126:69; Alfred Glenn Cross tombstone; Faye Combs Cross tombstone; Faye Cross entry, 442-16-7825, issued in Oklahoma before 1951, Social Security Death Index, online at Ancestry.com, accessed 17 September 1999]
 

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Merlin Buford Cross
(12 February 1900 Roger Mills County, Oklahoma Territory-5 October 1925; buried Cheyenne Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), a son of Lillian Audrey Cauble and John Dick Cross, was three months old and lived with his parents and siblings on their farm at Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, on 19 June 1900. He age 10, attended school, and worked on his family’s farm on 6 May 1910. He married Essie Nicholason in 1920 in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. [J. Cross household, 1900 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 203, SD 219, sheet 15A, page 158, line 1, dwelling 102, family 102, 19 June 1900, NARA T623_1341; John D. Cross household, 1910 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 237, SD 2, sheet 10A, page 60, line 32, dwelling blank, family 140, 06 May 1910, NARA T624_1272; Roger Mills County, Oklahoma Marriage Volume 124:96; Merlin Buford Cross tombstone]
 

C527
Lance S. E. Cross
(30 January 1902 Roger Mills County, Oklahoma-18 December 1981; buried White rose Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma), a son of Lillian Audrey Cauble and John Dick Cross, was age 8, attended school, and worked on his family’s farm on 6 May 1910. He married Eula ___. Lance Cross lived at Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, when he died.[John D. Cross household, 1910 U. S. Census, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, population schedule, Cheyenne Township, ED 237, SD 2, sheet 10A, page 60, line 32, dwelling blank, family 140, 06 May 1910, NARA T624_1272; ; Lance E. Cross tombstone; Lance Cross entry, 440-22-2212, issued in Oklahoma before 1951, Social Security Death Index, online at ancestry.com, accessed 17 September 1999]