Viola Winn lived with her uncle, William M. Winn, in 1860, in Dallas County. Edward W. and Viola M. Hunt lived in Dallas County, in 1870. Viola Hunt lived with her sister and brother-in-law, John R. and Emma West, in 1880 in Dallas.
Viola Hunt lived on Oak Lawn Avenue in Dallas, in 1910. Living with her in 1910 were: her brother, Gus H. Winn; her sister-in-law, Jennie J. Winn; and her nephew, Hunt Winn. Viola’s address was 3212 Oak Lawn Avenue.
Dallas Morning News, 12 June 1917: Mrs. Viola Hunt of Dallas Dies in Waxahachie. Mrs. Viola M. Hunt, 76 years old, a resident of Dallas County since 1858, died yesterday morning in Waxahachie, where she was visiting. The body will be brought to Dallas and funeral services will be held at the home of her nephew, John R. West, Jr., 4414 Ross Avenue at 2 o’clock this afternoon. The Rev. R. S. Hyer, assisted by the Rev. John H. McLean, the Rev. O. S. Thomas, and the Rev. S. H. C. Burgin officiating. The burial will be in the Daniels Cemetery north of the city. Mrs. Hunt who was born in Henry County, Tennessee, came to Texas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Winn in 1851, and settled near Seguin, but came to Dallas County, in 1858, where she resided continuously until she died. She was the widow of E. W. Hunt who died many years ago. Her home was at 3212 Oak Lawn Avenue. She was a member of the First Methodist Church for many years. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. John R. West, Sr., of Dallas. Active pallbearers: W. M. Winn, H. H. Winn, N. W. Winn, W. C. McKamy, Drs. W. O. Stephenson, and J. W. Halsell. Honorary pallbearers: Judge O. E. Dunlap of Waxahachie, Jack Bowman, H. H. Smith, Henry Colt, C. B. Gillespie, and James A. Smith.