Pancho Villa would be murdered in 1923.
Pancho Villa was assassinated in 1923.
Pancho Villa was killed in 1923.
Hold your head up, Pancho.
Both were long time employees of Pancho's.
I never shot a girl before, Pancho.
Ain't nothing we ain't seen before, Pancho.
Come on! Pancho, get in the car!
Back when he rode with Pancho Villa in the war.
It was during this stint that Pancho earned her nickname.
So they sent down… young Captain Hamer, my friend Pancho.
Pancho still had trouble managing her money which
wasn't good for business.
Pancho was at the height of her happiness then, but it wouldn't last.
Only Pancho and one other crew member had the courage
to escape from their captors.
The pilots' wives seemed to
think that those women did more than“hostess” but Pancho denied the claims.
Thus, Pancho married Reverend C. Rankin Barnes in 1921
and they had a child together nine months later.
In the December 26 letter,
Bierce wrote that he intended to join Pancho Villa's revolutionary army as it rode to Ojinaga, Mexico.
March 15th 1916- United States President Woodrow Wilson sends 4,800
United States troops over the U.S.- Mexico border to pursue Pancho Villa.
When she eventually graduated from an Episcopalian boarding school, Pancho announced to her parents that she wanted to be a veterinarian.
Pancho looked at it as a shot at independence rather than being tied down-
at least she could break free from her demanding mother!
She said that her partner looked a bit like Don Quixote,
and he said that that made her“Pancho,” mistaking the name of the character“Sancho.”.
In a fit of anger, Pancho ran off and started a series of affairs with men who weren't boring,
upstanding Episcopalian preachers as a kind of revenge.
It was also Grandpa Lowe who took Pancho to her first air show when she was ten years old,
cementing her love of flight at a young age.