Thursday, April 23, 2015
LEON HINMAN DIED AT CITY HOSPITAL
Leon Guy Hinman, lumber dealer for the past seven years, died at the Binghamton City Hospital May 3 after a long illness. Funeral services were conducted at the Seymour funeral Home May 6 by the Rev. C. M. Adams and burial was made at Bainbridge.
He was born in Coventry, Oct. 29, 1889 and spent the greater part of his life in and near Afton. His marriage to Bessie Romans took place Nov. 15, 1914. She survives together with one son, Ronald of Oxford, one daughter, Mrs. Joe Talutis and two grandchildren, Billy and Joellen Talutis of Afton; one brother, Ralph of Afton and two sisters, Mrs. Whitney Fenton of Norwich and Mrs. Ray Manwarren, Oxford.
Bearers at the funeral were Paul Coonradt, Utica; Ira Niles and Lawrence Estes, Afton; Stanley Burchard, Louis Lyon, Ray Seeley of Oxford.
Those from out of town attending the service were Mrs. Etta Matteson, Norwich; Mrs. Lena Barratt, Rome; Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hebert, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Romans and Miss Alma Ireland, Nichols; Mrs. Vine Terry, Vestal; Mrs. George Hinman, Mrs. George Brooks, Binghamton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Livingston, Earnest Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Weyman, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Niles, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Estes, Mrs. John Murwin, Paul and Thelma Murwin, Archie Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weeks, Lloyd Strong, George Strong, Afton and Mrs. Orville Snyder of Sidney.
NOTE: DATE WAS HAND-WRITTEN ON THE ARTICLE.