Although Oklahoma began filing death certificates in 1908, it was not mandatory until 1917.However, even then filing remained incomplete prior to about 1940.
I don’t think there would be much of a chance to find one for Thomas J. Roby.I haven’t sent for many death certificates and the earliest that I sent for was for a death in Lincoln Co. OK in 1933.I did receive that one and it had good information.So, you might be able to get one for Synthia Roby.
Here is the link to information about Oklahoma Birth and Death Certificates.The instructions make it seem as though you must provide very complete information.I have thought that if I knew that much about the person, I wouldn’t need a death certificate.However, the more information that you can provide, the better the chance of their finding the correct death certificate.
Unfortunately, the cost recently went up from $10.00 to $15.00, and is non refundable.
Have you been able to come up with the month in 1932 when Synthia Roby died?It would make it much easier to search for an obit.Paden is in Okfuskee County, but there are no newspapers on microfilm for Paden.Okemah would probably be the closest in Okfuskee Co.