1297. Oscar Henry Hunter
was born on 30 Jun 1890 in Lott, Falls County, Texas.
(1605) He appeared on the census on 20 Jan 1920 in 112 Van Buren,
Dallas Texas.(1606) He died on 12 Oct
1976 in Baytown, Harris County, Texas.(1607)
He was buried in Memory Gardens Cemetery, Baytown, Texas.
From the Baytown Newspaper, October 13, 1976:
Services for Oscar Henry Hunter, 86, of 316 E. Wright will be held at 2:30 p.m.
Thursday at Paul U. Lee Chapel with Dr. Robert B. Moore officiating.
Hunter, a native of Lott, died Tuesday in a Baytown hospital.
A retired process worker at Exxon's Baytown refinery, he was a member of Grace
United Methodist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Blanche Hunter of Baytown; two sons, Oscar Hunter
of Galena Park and Sanders Hunter of Houston; and two daughters, Mrs. J. D. Voss
of Edmonton, Canada, and Mrs. A. G. Lestarjette of Baytown.
Sixteen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren survive.
Burial will be in Memory Gardens.
Pallbearers will be grandsons.
Arrangements are under direction of Paul U. Lee Funeral Home.
He was married to Blanche Irene Sanders (daughter of Andrew
Newell Sanders and Amelia Trainer) on 31 Dec 1919 in Bexar
County, Texas. Blanche Irene Sanders was born on 3
Feb 1899 in LaVernia, Texas. She died on 6 Jan 1986 in Baytown, Harris County,
Texas.(1608) She was buried in Memory
Gardens Cemetery, Baytown, Texas.
From the Baytown Sun, January 8, 1986, Page 11-A
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
Services for Blanche Irene Hunter, 86, of Baytown will be held at 10 a.m. Friday
at Navarre's Paul U. Lee Funeral Home with the Rev. Harold Fagan officiating.
Mrs. Hunter died Monday at a Baytown hospital.
A native of LaVernia, she was a 50-year resident of Baytown. Mrs. Hunter was
a member of Grace United Methodist Church, the Nannie Dickson Sunday School Class
and The Methodist Women United Rachel Circle. She was a life member of the La
Vernia Chapter No. 436 Order of Easter Star and The Goose Creek Rebekah Lodge
No. 453. She served as a Navy Mother during World War II and earned a certificate
for 500 hours as a volunteer at Veterans Hospital in Houston.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Oscar H. Hunter.
Survivors include two sons, Oscar Hunter of Galena Park and Sanders Hunter of
Houston; two daughters, Doris Voss of Alberta, Canada, and Jean Lestarjette of
Baytown; 12 grandsons, Ty, David, Joe Glenn, Mike, Pat, Gill and Joe Sanders
Hunter, all of Houston, Kevin Hunter of Midland, Mark and Douglas Voss, both
of Alberta, Canada, Larry Lestarjette of Baytown and Steve Lestarjette of Deer
Park; four granddaughters, Leslie Ann Kiesel of Corpus Christi, Amy Lea Plunkett
of Houston, and Marsha Burns and Melissa Lestarjette, both of Baytown; and 13
Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.
Burial will be at Memory Gardens.
Arrangements are under direction of Navarre's Paul U. Lee Funeral Home.
Oscar Henry Hunter and Blanche Irene Sanders had the following children:
Oscar Henry Hunter Jr..
Doris Virginia Hunter.
James Sanders Hunter.
Alice Jean Hunter.