These family trees seem to refer to “your” Eva Hargrove, yet the information I’m finding in the US census and on Find-a-Grave doesn’t seem to match what you say about her extended family.
Eva Hargrove (1874 -1960 Arkansas) appears on an Ancestry.com family tree titled “Dillon/Strunk Family Tree.” The “Dillon/Strunk Family Tree” also shows an Ada Tennesse Hargrove born 1875 in Williamson, USA [presumably Williamson, TN] and married in Grayson County, Texas and died in Midland, Texas.
Eva L. Hargroves/Hamner appears on an Ancestry.com tree titled “John Lee Hoover” family tree; says she married in Grayson County, Texas. I believe this Eva’s husband would have been Thomas D. Hamner.
An obituary and bio information for the parents of this Ada mentions surviving children but Eva is not mentioned; and the mother, Sophronia Eliza (sp) does not carry the name Chunn or Strunk at the time of her death (as far as I can tell from Find-a-Grave entry. She predeceased her Hargrove husband).
1910 Hempstead County, Arkansas T. D. Hamner 36 Eva Hamner 36 born about 1874 in Tennessee Willie Hamner9 Lawrence Hamner7 Alvin Hamner5 Rose Hamner4 Lee Hamner3 Minie Hamner3 Alberta Hamner0
1930 Eva and Thomas D. Hamner are still in Hempstead County, Arkansas
1940 Garland, Miller, Arkansas Wakichi E. Hamner 38 b abt 1902 Arkansas [=Lawrence E Hamner] Eva L. Hamner 64 born about 1876 in Arkansas [user correction to Tennessee] Arvin Hamner 36
This does not seem like the right combination for your Eva… instead of unraveling this and seeking an "alternate" Eva, I'll wait to hear from you.