Curtis Lester Pollock October 18, 1905 - August 02, 1988
Lorene Ethridge Teague May 24, 1910 - April 28, 1992
Lorene and Curtis Pollock
BIRTH: 8 October 1905 Clarksville, Red River Co., Texas DEATH: 2 August 1988 Duncan, Stephens Co., Oklahoma CAUSE OF DEATH: Respiratory failure; Chronic obstructive lung disease BURIAL: 5 August 1988; Duncan City Cemetery, Duncan, Stephens Co., OK
Father: Isaac Jackson Pollock Mother: Ida May Nelson Paternal Lineage: Curtis, Isaac Jackson, Isaac James, John, John, Robert Pollock* Maternal Lineage: Curtis, Ida May,Andrew Jackson, James Jack, Elisha, Southway, Isaac Nelson*
Wife: Lorene Ethridge Teague Father: Lee Robert Teague Mother: Minnie Ann Starr Paternal Lineage: Lorene, Lee Robert, Charles Taylor, John Robbins, Isaac, Isaac, Moses, William, Edward, John Teague* Maternal Lineage: Lorene, Joseph W., James, George Washington, James McMinn Starr*
MARRIAGE: 10 SEPTEMBER 1926 Duncan, Stephens Co., OK
Children: 1. Maxine Pollock, m. (1) Louie Cameron Webb; (2) Jim Davis Northcutt 2. I. J. Pollock, m. Jane Brown 3. Marion Elzie Pollock, m. Janis Wynona Booth 4. Bobby Dean Pollock, m. Wanda Jeanette Rauch 5. Geraldine Pollock 6. Leta Fay Pollock, m. (1) Roy Ross; (2) Charles Padgett 7. Gary Pollock
* Numbers placed in brackets denote the generation in the lineage.
1st Row: Curt, Gary, and Lorene Back Row: Maxine, Marion, I.J., Bob and Leta
Curt and Lorene, circa 1949
Bob, Charlie, Curt, and Jay
Lorene, Leta, and Maxine
Lorene and Curt
Curt and Jay Pollock
Marion, Curt, Louie, Pat and Terry
Leta, Lorene, Jane, and Pam
Maxine, Leta, and Curtis
"The Duncan Weekly Eagle" Thursday, September 6, 1917 - Curtis was 12 years old when he won 1st place in Drawing for his Map of Africa
"The Duncan Eagle" Thursday, October 28, 1943
"The Marlow Review", Thursday, November 21, 1946. The bottom was cut off, I'll keep looking for a full and complete article
"The Duncan Eagle" .Thursday, March 16, 1950. Curt worked for this company several years. He was always named as being part of the Wholesale Sales group in three of the companies Christmas Advertisements.
"The Duncan Banner" Friday, February 12, 1960 - He always wanted to "drive left of center"!