Henry Hiram Panton, born 14 March 1882 in Clay Center, Kansas. Received Honorable Discharge as Captain, Medical, at Camp Dix, New Jersey on August 27, 1919. Henry died 14 May 1941 in
Corsicana, Navarro County Texas, where he was a practicing physician and surgeon. He is buried next to his wife, Dixie Lee Panton, in the Oakwood Cemetery, in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.
OAKWOOD CEMETERY MARKERS - Row 8, Section E
14 Mar 1882 - 14 May 1941
Kansas - Capt Med Det 7 Infantry
World War I SS
Dixie Lee Panton
wife of Dr. H. H. Panton
2 Dec 1898 - 28 May 1969
Daily Sun - Sat., Jun 25. 1932
Submitted by Diane Richards
DR. H. H. PANTON DIED SUDDENLY AT HOME LAST NIGHT
FUNERAL HELD THURSDAY AFTERNOON WITH BURIAL IN OAKWOOD CEMETERY
Dr. H. H. Panton, aged 57 years, died with a heart attack at his
home, 1509 West Park avenue, early Wednesday night.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock from St.
John’s Episcopal church. Burial was in
The rites were conducted by Rev. C. R. Haden, Jr., rector of the
Dr. Panton had been a practicing physician in Corsicana since 1933,
and prior to that time had resided in Ranger, Eastland and Mexia. He
was a major in the U. S. army medical Corps during the World war.
Masons had charge of the rites at the grave.
Surviving are his wife of Corsicana; three daughters, Miss June
Panton, Corsicana; Mrs. Wilson Rygar, Ponca City, Okla., and Mrs.
Edward Lyle, Wink; a son, Preston Panton, Corsicana; a grandson,
John Lyle, Wink; two brothers, John and Irving Panton, both of Clay
Center, Kan., and two sisters, Mrs. F. E. Weekly, Denver, Colo. And
Mrs. a. Burgman, Locke, N. Y.
Pallbearers were Wesley Edens, Jr., Chester Minyard, H. M.
Montgomery, J. F. Stein, Amos Choate, John Puterbaugh, A. L.
McCleary, L. R. Estes and Rufus Shell.
Honorary pallbearers were members of the Navarro County Medical
Corley Funeral Home directed arrangements.
HENRY HIRAM PANTON
CAPT MED DET 7 INFANTRY
WORLD WAR I SS
MARCH 14, 1882 - MAY 14, 1941
Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas