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Custer County, Oklahoma

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Wilbur "Webb" Barton

Mound Valley Cemetery

Submitted by Jo Aguirre

Born in Thomas , Oklahoma , December 5, 1918 to Charles Thomas and Lillie (Nash) Barton. On April 12, 1941, he married his high school "sweetheart and best friend," Winona Hansen. Survivors are his wife, Winona at Thomas Nursing Center; son, Ron and wife Catherine of Phoenix, Arizona; Grand-daughters, Debbie and Darcy and their husbands Troy Wahlenmaier and Zac Graves of Denver, Colorado; Great-Grandchildren, Kelsey, Jack and Ryan Wahlenmaier and Maria and Anastasia Graves. Preceding him in death were his parents Tom and Lillie Barton, brother Elmer and his wife Nettilea, sister Beulah and her husband Hugh Williams, and stillborn daughter, Sandra.

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