Timothy J. Cude

1. Timothy J. Cude (William A. Cude Jr.1) was born 29 MAR 1846 in Montgomery County, Texas; the son of William A. "Billy" Cude, Jr. b. 1801 Granger Co., TN, d. 1847 Montgomery Co., TX and Lydia Ellen "Lillie" Winters, b. 1822 Giles Co., TN, d. 1901 Live Oak Co., TX; and died 17 SEP 1929 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. He was buried 18 SEP 1929 in Oakville Cemetery, Oakville, Live Oak County, Texas.

He married Mary Tullis. She was born 18 JUN 1852 in Louisiana.

Children of Timothy J. Cude and Mary Tullis are:

2 i. Eugenie Cude. She married Elbert Rape.  She married Robert Lee Street.

+ 3 ii. Green Pryor Cude was born 1870.

4 iii. Ozella Cude was born 17 OCT 1872 in Oakville, Live Oak County, Texas. She married John Rostow Jones. He was born 22 SEP 1870 in Carmi, White County, Illinois and died 12 FEB 1961 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

5 iv. Ann Elizabeth Cude was born 1874, and died 1874.

+ 6 v. Woodrow Asa Cude was born 29 NOV 1876 in Live Oak County, Texas, and died 07 DEC 1959 in Hondo, Medina County, Texas.

Link to: Tim Cude's story of his return from the Civil War

Tim Cude's story about his service in the Civil War and his return to Texas



Generation No. 2

3. Green Pryor Cude (Timothy J. Cude2, William A. Cude Jr.1) was born 1870 in Live Oak County, Texas, and died April 19, 1909 in Chickasha, Oklahoma. He married Lucy Hoffman.


CUDE, Green Pryor, Beeville Bee, Friday, 29 Apr 1909:

Former Beevillian Killed. Green CUDE, an officer in Oklahoma, shot by an insane man.

Mr. Timothy J. Cude received a telegram about noon last Monday conveying the shocking news of the death of his son, Green Pryor Cude, a deputy sheriff of Oklahoma. He immediately took the train for Oklahoma in response to the telegram. On Wednesday copies of Oklahoma papers were received giving the details of the tragedy as follows; Chickasha, Oklahoma, April 19, 1909, James Moore, an Indian, who had recently been released from the insane asylum at Fort Supply, today killed Deputy Sheriff G. P. Cude and later when he saw he could not escape capture turned the gun on himself and blowed out his brains.

The trouble started when Moore drove all the people out of his house at the point of a gun. Officer Cude and Marshall were sent to arrest him and when Cude entered the house he was shot and killed instantly by Moore. Marshall then returned to Alex and raised a posse and returning, surrounded Moore's house. When he refused to surrender, several shots were exchanged and Moore was injured. Not being willing to submit to arrest he killed himself by firing a bullet in his brain.

Officer Cude was one of the best deputies in the county and leaves a wife and five children. Moore had a wife and two children at Tishomingo.

G. P. Cude is remembered by many as a resident of Beeville when little more than a boy in the early 1890s. He was born in 1870 in Live Oak County. He left Beeville about 18 years ago, located in Oklahoma, where he has since resided. Besides his wife Lucy Hoffman Cude and children, he is survived by his father T. J. Cude, a brother, Asa, living in the Panhandle and two sisters, Mrs. Elbert Rape of Beeville and Miss Ozell Cude of Dallas.

Children of Green Pryor Cude and Lucy Hoffman are:

7 i. Clayton Cude.
8 ii. Clarence Sam Cude.
9 iii. Cleburne William Cude.
10 iv. Vera Cude.

6. Woodrow Asa "Woodie" Cude (Timothy J. Cude2, William A. Cude Jr.1) was born 29 NOV 1876 in Live Oak County, Texas, and died 07 DEC 1959 in Hondo, Medina County, Texas, USA.

He married Millie Hoffman.

Death Certificate for Woodie Cude shows:   that he served in the Spanish American War.  He died in at his home (1504 Ave. R) in Hondo, Medina Co., TX but was buried in Mission Burial Park, San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX.  He had been living in Medina County for only 4 months.

Children of Woodrow Asa Cude and Millie Hoffman are:

11 i. Evelyn Mason Cude.
12 ii. Etheline Trudy Cude. She married Dick Adams.