Banks, Eunice Ann

Birth Name Banks, Eunice Ann
Gender female
Age at Death 75 years, 3 months


Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 1880-08-29 Navarro, Texas, USA Birth of Banks, Eunice Ann  
Death 1955-11-29 Navarro, Texas, USA Death of Banks, Eunice Ann  
Birth 1955-11-30 Prairie Point, Corsicana, Navarro, Texas, USA Burial of Banks, Eunice  


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Banks, Thomas Calhoun1845-04-041883-03-01
Mother Westbrook, Peninnah1852-07-011934-03-23
    Brother     Banks, John Payne 1870-12-13 1947-03-04
    Brother     Banks, Middleton B. 1871-04-06 1883-03-03
    Sister     Banks, Mina Jennie 1875-12-18 1956-11-28
    Sister     Banks, Hattie 1878-02-18 1878-03-25
    Sister     Banks, Hatcher 1878-02-18 1918-01-31
         Banks, Eunice Ann 1880-08-29 1955-11-29


Family of Estes, Tullie S. and Banks, Eunice Ann

Married Husband Estes, Tullie S. ( * 1880-02-14 + 1900-09-28 )

Family of West, Samuel Adam and Banks, Eunice Ann

Married Husband West, Samuel Adam ( * 1879-12-08 + 1952-06-21 )
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage about 1903 Navarro, Texas, USA Marriage of West, Samuel Adam and Banks, Eunice  
Name Birth Date Death Date
West, Ovid Orr1904-10-131995-08-30
West, Thomas Burton1909-03-281991-09-30
West, Thelma1912-02-281912-03-12
West, Paul Elihue1916-07-281972-01-04


Eunice Banks was married to Tallie G. Estes when they were 19 yrs. old. Tallie had typhoid fever and died a year later. They had built a house on land that Granny Carpenter had given them. When Grandpa Banks died she divided the children's half and each received the deed when they were 21 yrs. old. Eunice moved back home and as was the custom she worked for her board and room by doing laundry for the farm hands.
She married S.A. West who was working on a near by farm, and they moved into her home. Later they moved it about 1/4 mile and added to it. They lived there 50 years minus 2 weeks. The children were all born at home in the house. There was always a doctor, but he was never allowed in the room until after the birth. - Ruth Henry West


Mrs. S. A. West, 75, life-long resident of the Buffalo Community near Kerens, died in the Navarro Clinic Tuesday morning following a several months illness. Funeral services will be held from the Corley Chapel Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. with burial in the Prairie Point cemetery.
the rites will be conducted by Rev. Maggart B. Howell, pastor in the First Methodist church in Temple, formerly of Kerens.
Surviving are three sons, O. O. West, Hunt; Thomas West, Britton, and Paul West, Kerens; five grandchildren, on great-grandson, two brothers Z. T. Banks, Corsicana, and Ama Carpenter, Kerens; a sister, Miss Mina J. Banks, Alamo, and a number of nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Pallbearers will be Rufus Pevehouse, Jack Marshall, W. C. Wasson, Chestin Frazier, E. K. Howell, Freddie Banks, Hayes Fausett, and Bruce Jones.

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