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Evia Dorcus Shreeve Houston
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Birth: Jul. 8, 1906
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Sep. 16, 1988
Woods County
Oklahoma, USA

She attended the Farry School. She married Neil Houston at Alva on January 23, 1928. To their marriage, seven children were born: Leslie Dwayne (Corky), Allen Neil, Wanda Lee, Carolyn Sue, Judy Ann, Sammie Gene and Evia Janice. Evia has a twin sister, Eva Shreeve Pitts.

They farmed and ranched in the Yellowstone Area in northwestern Woods County. In 1933, they moved to a farm ten miles west and 4 miles north of Alva for five years. In 1938, they moved to the farm east of Alva where they made their home.

She attended the Alva First Christian Church. She was active in P.T.A. and other school activities. In 1957, she was selected at Alva's Mother of the Year by the Alva Review Courier.
Family links: 
  Jesse William Shreeve (1870 - 1943)
  Rachel Effie Farr Shreeve (1870 - 1951)
  Samuel Neil Houston (1906 - 1990)*
  Ruby Valentine Shreeve Tatro (1896 - 1968)*
  Roger Noel Shreeve (1898 - 1985)*
  Foster Norman Shreeve (1900 - 1938)*
  Sylven Glenn Shreeve (1903 - 1968)*
  Eva Dorothy Shreeve Pitts (1906 - 1970)*
  Evia Dorcus Shreeve Houston (1906 - 1988)
  Infant Girl Shreeve (1911 - 1911)*
  Mary Louise Shreeve McMurphy (1912 - 1970)*
  Pauline Shreeve (1915 - 1981)*
*Calculated relationship
Alva Municipal Cemetery
Woods County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: B-140-06
Created by: Thelma Crouch
Record added: Jun 24, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71894687
Evia Dorcus <i>Shreeve</i> Houston
Added by: Bob Lawrence
Evia Dorcus <i>Shreeve</i> Houston
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