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Naomi Gentry Hunt
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Birth: Apr. 14, 1912
Death: Mar. 19, 2000

On double marker with John Louis Hunt (1911-1990); "married Dec. 23, 1928"

Stephenville Empire -Tribune 21 Mar 2000
"Obituaries - Naomi G. Hunt"
Funeral services for Naomi G. Hunt,87, of Stephenville are Wednesday, March 22,2000, in the Lacy Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Kevin Forester officiating. Burial follows in the Huckabay Cemetery.

Visitation is from 7p.m. to 9 p.m. tonight at
Lacy Funeral Home.
Hunt died Sunday, March 19, at Harris Methodist
Erath County hospital.
She was born April 14, 1912, in Huckabay. She married John L. Hunt on Dec.23, 1928 in Huckabay. He proceded her in death on Oct.8,1990. She was a homemaker.
Survivors include her son,Glen Hunt of Redlands, Calif.; her sister, Willie Sapp of Stephenville; two grandchildren; three great grandchildren.
She was proceeded in death by her husband,one brother and two sisters.

Source: "At Rest in Huckabay, Texas --Annotated Cemetery Transcripr - Local History Project - Huckabay School 8th grade---2000-2001 
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  John Louis Hunt (1911 - 1990)
Huckabay Cemetery
Erath County
Texas, USA
Maintained by: virginia
Originally Created by: Ken Jones
Record added: Jan 13, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 23947604
Naomi Gentry Hunt
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Naomi Gentry Hunt
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Naomi Gentry Hunt
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