Described as intelligent and personable by those who knew her, yet also strong willed, she was an attractive young woman, small at 4 ft 11 in (150 cm) and weighing only 90 pounds (41 kg) with strawberry blond locks and a freckled face.
On September 25, 1926, at age 15, she married Roy Thornton, a petty thief.
Bonnie Elizabeth Parker was born October 1, 1910, off the Old Dodge City cattle trail in Rowena, Texas, near the Kansas border, the second of three children. - c.1914), a bricklayer, died when Bonnie was four, prompting her mother, Emma Krause Parker (c.1886 - September 21, 1944), to move with the children to her mother's home in Cement City, bordering on West Dallas, where they lived in poverty.
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If there was not a name available, we named the census tract by the largest street intersection in the census tract (e.g., Worcester, MA (Lincoln St/Plantation St) Zip codes were developed by the Postal Service for the purpose of delivering mail, but were never intended to define coherent neighborhoods.
In addition, Zip Codes can have as many as 10 distinctly different census tracts contained within them.
At home, Bonnie's mother was a strict disciplinarian who found it difficult to deal with her daughter.
Emma found that her daughter relied on her emotionally, as well.
Because census tracts are based on population, they vary in size depending on the density of settlement.
In urban areas, they are small, and in rural areas they can cover an entire small town or even a few small towns in very rural areas.
They never divorced; Bonnie was wearing Thornton's wedding ring when she died.