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Henry Martin Ozbun
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Birth: Nov. 3, 1905
Washington County
Arkansas, USA
Death: Oct. 11, 1979
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA

Henry Martin Ozbun

Birth: November 03, 1905
in Lincoln, Washington, Arkansas

Death: October 11, 1979
in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tulsa County.

Henry Martin Ozbun Family:
Wife #1. Nona Louise Shankle (found maiden name in Texas birth certificate for Sherrie)
1. Sherrie Louise Shirley Ozbun January 11, 1933 in El Paso, El Paso, TX
2. Infant Girl Ozbun d. April 28, 1946

Wife #2. Ethel Mae (unknown maiden name) Ozbun b. abt 1907

Wife #3. Jimmie Camp (don't know if she was married before or if that is her maiden name...came across the info in newspaper)
Deming Headlight. Deming, NM, USA, December 10, 1959

Henry M. Ozbun, a retired Master Sergeant in the Army, who is now with the Burns Detective Agency in El Paso, brought his intended bride, Jimmie Camp, also of El Paso, to Deming to get married Dec. 3.

Mr. Ozbun decided he wanted A.W. "Happy" Butler of Deming to be present at his wedding as it was just 33 years ago to the day that Mr. Butler gave him his recruit drill at Fort Bliss. However, upon arrival here, the couple rushed the act and got married ahead of the appointed time and Mr. Butler ended up not being a part of the wedding party. Deming Headlight (Deming, New Mexico) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
Original data: Deming Headlight. Deming, NM, USA. Database created from microfilm copies of the newspaper.

Other occupations that have been noted in documentation are: auto mechanic, chauffeur, lab, and bartender.

Henry received Army Commendation Ribbon honoring him for outstanding performance of duty in directing the demolition of a 100 tons of German and Japanese explosives at Ft. Bliss, from Oct. 1, 1946 to May 15, 1947. The powder had deteriorated to such an extent that it became dangerous and Seargeant Ozbun disposed of it without injury to himself or his helpers.

Article in El Paso Herald-Post (El Paso, Texas) Jan. 23, 1948

Info from Eva Pippin Flowers.

Family links: 
  Dick Pratt Ozbun (1854 - 1936)
  Nora Rebecca Sallee Ozbun (1874 - 1965)
  Nona Louise Shankle Ozbun (1909 - 1947)
  Jimmie Ozbun (1908 - 1995)*
  Infant Girl Ozbun (1946 - 1946)*
  Charles Edward Ozbun (1895 - 1990)*
  Reuben Bryan Ozbun (1897 - 1989)*
  Mary Jane Ozbun Childress (1898 - 1990)*
  Mike Mark Ozbun (1900 - 1964)*
  Hannah Ozbun Travis (1902 - 1966)*
  Jasper Allen Ozbun (1904 - 1980)*
  Henry Martin Ozbun (1905 - 1979)
  Lucy Beatrice Ozbun Mitchell (1908 - 2003)*
*Calculated relationship
Sunrise Cemetery
Creek County
Oklahoma, USA
Created by: Abby Normal
Record added: Oct 20, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99259503
Henry Martin Ozbun
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Henry Martin Ozbun
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 Added: Dec. 12, 2014

- Eva Pippin Flowers
 Added: Nov. 28, 2012

- Abby Normal
 Added: Oct. 20, 2012

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