The Caddo Herald
March 10, 1933
Mrs. W. T. Smith aged 69 years, more affectionately called “Aunt Lou” by her closer friends, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Edwards, last Thursday morning at whose home she has been living for the past two years. Deceased was the wife of W. T. Smith, a pioneer of Caddo who preceded her in death some eight years ago. They moved to Caddo from Jackson, now Bennington, in 1890 and this couple was a part of the pioneers who founded our town. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. H. Edwards and one nephew, Morris Smith of Bennington. Her son Claude Smith preceded her in death in February 1931. The funeral was held Friday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church in Caddo with the services in charge of Rev. E. Hotchkins, pastor of the church; interment was in the Caddo Cemetery by the side of her husband and son.
I also found this in an article about Claude Smith’s campaign for County Attorney:
April 14, 1916
I am the son of W. T. and Louvina Smith who reside at Caddo, Okla. My father came from Tennessee and my mother was born and raised near old Mayhew, in Choctaw County, near the Bryan county line. My mother’s maiden name was Bohannon. I was born and raised in Bryan County and have lived in this county all of my life. I was born at Jackson, seven miles east of Bennington, on the 26th day of March, 1891. When I was about one month old my parents moved to Caddo where they have resided ever since.