Elza Augusta "Buster" Hinton
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Elza Augusta "Buster" Hinton passed away on December 28, 1999. He was born on April 20, 1912 in the Happy Hollow area near Lenna, Oklahoma. He was born to James and Francis (Young) Hinton. On October 4, 1930, he married Susan Patterson at Stidham.
Services for Mr. Hinton were Thursday, December 30, with burial being in the Lenna Cemetery. Services were under the direction of Black's Funeral Home of Eufaula.
Surviving him are two daughters: Charlotte Sue Spriggs of Roseville, CA and Billie Katherine Sullivan of Modesto, CA; three grandchildren, Billy Mack Sullivan of Modesto, CA, Jill Spriggs of Sacramento, CA and Vince Spriggs of Roseville, CA; one great-grandchild, Tyler Spriggs of Roseville, CA. Also three sisters: Clara Mae Adams, Wanda Hickey, and Donnie Bradley Ceres, CA; one brother and sister-in-law Pat and Nannie Patterson of Eufaula; and cousins Ona and Gilbert Rupp of Porum.
Mr. Hinton was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, one son Elza Augusta Hinton, Jr., and one sister, Lillian Beebe.
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