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Dr. David Williams Sinton M.D.
 Born
30 October 1925 - Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, United States of America
 Died
23 January 1964 - Little Rock, Arkansas, United States of America - [ s1202 ]
 Buried
19 February 1964 - Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, United States of America - [  s1122 ]
 Father
Born 10 February 1888 - Died 15 March 1971
 Mother
Born 3 December 1889 - Died About 6 Sep 1953
 Spouse
Born 28 July 1922 - Died 28 March 2004
 Married
 
 Child 1
Born 16 November 1948 - Died 9 May 1981
 Child 2
Details Withheld
 Child 3
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 Child 4
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 Child 5
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 Child 6
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 Child 7
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NOTE: Information has been withheld on living persons and those born after 1919 for whom no death record is available.
GENERAL NOTES
Obituary published in the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph on Sunday 26 January 1964 reads
David W. Sinton Dies in Little Rock: Rites Here

Dr. David W. Sinton, former resident of Colorado Springs, died at Little Rock, Ark. Thursday. He was born in Colorado Springs and was 39 years old.

He graduated from Colorado College in 1944, and received his MD degree at Colorado University in 1947. He did internship and residency at the University of Iowa, and was instructor in the Medical School there from 1951 to 1953. He was resident of Neurology at the University of Colorado, school of medicine from 1954 to 1957.

He was assistant professor of neurology in the Albany Medical College, Albany, N.Y. from 1957 to 1961, and was professor of Neurology at the University of Arkansas school of medicine from 1961 until his death. He was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Neurology.

He is survived by his wife: Eleanor Sinton of Little Rock and 6 sons, Herbert, David, John, Stephen, Peter, and Mark, and 1 daughter Mary all of Little Rock: sister, Mrs. John Gray of Colorado Springs and his father, Herbert Sinton, of Colorado Springs.

He served as a captain in World War 2.

Private services will be held in St. Stephens Chapel of Grace Episcopal Church on Tuesday. Internment will be in Evergreen Cemetery. The Law Mortuary has charge of local arrangements.

The transcript comes courtesy of the Pikes Peak Library District's Special Collections
[RFSS Oct 2010]

Headstone of David Williams Sinton 1924 - 1964
Headstone of David Williams Sinton 1924 - 1964
Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado
The headstone photograph comes courtesy of Joy H. Jones
The location is Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, USA.
To view a map of the Evergreen Cemetery and the location of the grave, click on MAP
[RFSS Nov 2009]

No SSDI record.
[RFSS Oct 2010]
SOURCES
[ s1202 ] Obituary - Published in the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph on Sunday 26 January 1964 - OB1964-26-01-DWS
[ s1122 ] Cemetery Record - Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, United States of America burial of David Williams Sinton on 19 February 1964 in Block 00222 000065 000000 SW-S/2 - CR1964-19-02-DWS
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