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T. A. Sutton obituary - 1934

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T. A. Sutton obituary - 1934

Posted: 16 Mar 2005 12:41PM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Surnames: Sutton, Fulcher, Tapp, Asher, Waltrip, Humphrey
T. A. SUTTON SUCCUMBS TO LONG ILLNESS
T. A. Sutton, 64, prominent framer of the Herman Valley section, near Waverly, died at six o'clock Saturday evening, after several months illness following a paralytic stroke.
Surviving him are the widow, Mrs. Sallie Sutton; five daughters. Mrs. O. T. Fulcher, of Clay, Mrs. Jake Tapp, of Waverly, Mrs. A. V. Asher, of Sebree, Mrs. Beulah Sutton of Waverly; four sons , O. G. Sutton, of near Dixon. D. B.
Sutton of Uniontown. Stanley of Sebree and Forest Sutton of Waverly; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Waltrip of St. Joseph and Mrs. Jasper Humphrey of Calhoun and a brother Homer Sutton of Calhoun.
Funeral services was conducted at the McClure Methodist church, of which Mr. Sutton was a member, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by the Rev. I. P. Crenshaw and the Rev. Summers Brinson.
Nephews acted as pallbearers.

May 25, 1934
Dixon Journal
Transcribed by Jane Sellers McBroom

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