Faye E. Wyrick Payton
”1915 - 2016”

    Faye E. Wyrick Payton

    "Then great trees fall
    And when great souls die,
    after a period peace blooms, slowly and always irregularly.
    Spaces fill with a kind of soothing electric vibration.
    Our senses, restored, never to be the same,
    whisper to us. They existed. They existed. We can be.
    Be and be better. For they existed.
      Maya Angelo

      Faye E. Wyrick Payton
      100, of Augusta, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016 in Wichita.
      Graveside service 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 12, 2016, at Elmwood Cemetery, Augusta.
      Faye was born in Miami, Okla. on Sept. 22, 1915, to the late Louise (Young) Woods and Joseph Wyrick.
      She worked as a waitress and cook at Lehr’s.
      In 1935 she married Kay Newton Payton in Jay, Okla. He preceded her in death.
      She was also preceded in death by; sons, Jack and Newton Payton;
      brothers, Clarence, J.C., and Melvin Wyrick;
      grandchild, Randy Thornton; and a great-grandchild, Christopher Hagebusch.
      She is survived by: daughters, Mary Thornton of Augusta, Genice Carpenter (Tom) of Grove, Okla,
      Beverley Clark of Wichita; son, Jerry Payton (Lana) of Augusta;
      daughter-in-law, Sandra Payton of Augusta;
      11 grandchildren; and numerous great and great -great-grandchildren.
      Resource:Butler County Times Gazzett

Native American Indians

Child friendly site about American and Canadian Indians. 1400+ legends, 400+ agreements and treaties, 10,000+ pictures, free clipart, Pueblo pottery, American Indian jewelry, Native American Flutes and more.

Home Page Government History Genealogy Recipes Resources Current Events Contact