Born: 9 Nov 1892, Ruidoso, Texas
Residence 1917: Colorado, Mitchell Co., TX
Occupation: Laborer for Frances & hall, Mitchell Co.
He claimed an exemption to World War I because of support of wife and child.
Source: U. S. World War I Draft Registration Cards 1917-18.
1920 Slaton, Lubbock, TX
Teodoro Aguilar, b. Mexico, 27, immigrated 1913, alien, laborer railroad
Guadulape, wife, b. Mexico, 25, imm 1913, alien
Antonio, b. TX, 5
Ysabel, b. TX, 1 6/12ths
1935 & 1940 Slaton, Lubbock, TX
Theodore Aguilar, b. TX abt 1897, education=2nd grade, laborer steam railroad
Lupe, wife, b. TX, 42, education=couldn't read
Elizabeth, b. TX, 21, educ=5th grade
Lois, b. TX, 18, educ=2nd grade
Nicholosa, dau, b. TX, 13
Angel, dau, b. TX, 8
Barbie, b. TX, 6
Dora, b. TX, 1
Guadalupe Almanza Aguilar
Born: Oct 31, 1894, Chihuahua, Mexico
Died: May 30, 1971
Buried: Englewood Cemetery, Slaton, Lubbock, TX
There is more family info at this web site.
Born: Nov 9, 1892
Died: Sept 15, 1973 (also appears on TExas Death Index)
Buried: Englewood Cemetery
If you're interested in their obituaries, contact the South Plains Genealogical Society, www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~txspgs/index.htm
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