Simon A Yingst

M, #906, b. 13 August 1913, d. 24 May 1984
FatherOscar Simon Yingst b. 18 Mar 1879, d. 30 Jan 1947
MotherLenora M Wright b. 8 Jan 1883, d. 21 Mar 1952
     Simon A Yingst was born on 13 August 1913. He was the son of Oscar Simon Yingst and Lenora M Wright. Simon A Yingst died on 24 May 1984 at age 70.
Simon A Yingst Tombstone

Simon A Yingst's FindAGrave Memorial Page was created on 12 May 2003 .
Simon Arthur Yingst
Birth: 13 Aug 1913 Kingston, Madison County, Arkansas, USA
Death: 24 May 1984 (aged 70) Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA
Burial: Upper Campground Cemetery, Kingston, Madison County, Arkansas, USA
Memorial #: 7434458
Inscription: In Loving Memory
Family Members
          Oscar Simon Yingst      1879-1947
          Lenora M Wright Yingst      1883-1952
          John Ellis Yingst      1900-1935
          Ada May Yingst Moody      1902-1977
          Lillie Alma Yingst Slaven      1911-2001
          Arnold Nolan Yingst      1917-1979
          Wesley Sylvester Yingst      1924-1989
Created by: Rosa Cline (46510018)
Added: 12 May 2003
Citation: Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed 28 June 2018), memorial page for Simon Arthur Yingst (13 Aug 1913–24 May 1984), Find A Grave Memorial no. 7434458, citing Upper Campground Cemetery, Kingston, Madison County, Arkansas, USA ; Maintained by Rosa Cline (contributor 46510018) .

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     His father Oscar Simon Yingst died on 30 January 1947 at Kingtson, Madison, Arkansas. His mother Lenora M Wright died on 21 March 1952 at Fayetteville, Washington, Arkansas.
Simon A Yingst of Tulsa, Oklahoma was listed in Arnold Nolan Yingst's obituary on 5 April 1979 as a surviving brother.
Arnold Nolan Yingst, 61, of Tulsa, Okla., former resident of the area, died March 28 at St. John's Hospital in Tulsa. Born July 18, 1917, near Kingston, he was the son of Oscar S. and Lenora Wright Yingst and a veteran of World War II. ' Survivors include four sons, Ellis Yingst of Claremore, Okla.; Terry Yingst and Gerald Yingst of Tulsa, Okla., and Ernest Yingst of Taft, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Betty MeCormack of Colton, Calif., Mrs. Miona DeJarnett and Mariiyn Yingst of Tulsa; two Tester Yingst of Tulsa, Okla.; one sister. Mrs. Lillie Slaven of Springdale; i and 14 grandchildren. grandchildren. ' Services were at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 31, in Memorial Memorial Chapel in Tulsa, and burial was in Memorial Gardens Gardens Cemetery.
Clipped from The Madison County Record, 05 Apr 1979, Thu, Page 14