Person:Daniel Sutton (8)

Watchers
m. bef 1826
  1. Jacob I Sutton1826 - 1886
  2. William G Sutton1828 - 1918
  3. Margaret "Peggy" J Sutton1830 - 1903
  4. John William Sutton1832 - 1905
  5. Daniel Sutton1836 - 1875
  6. Sarah Jane Sutton1840 - 1899
  7. Elizabeth Sutton1842 - 1899
m. 4 Dec 1856
  1. Amanda SuttonAbt 1855 -
  2. Arthur E Sutton1858 - 1958
  3. Deputy Sheriff Albert Eaton Sutton1862 - 1922
  4. Nellie Armina Sutton1864 - 1946
  5. Jose S Sutton1867 - 1893
  6. Ada Anna Rebecca Sutton1869 - 1914
  7. Eliza C Sutton1871 -
  8. Minnie M SuttonAbt 1873 - Abt 1877
Facts and Events
Name Daniel Sutton
Gender Male
Birth? 20 Aug 1836 Greene, Ohio, United States
Census[2] 1850 Richland, Jay, Indiana, United Statesage 15 - lives with parents
Marriage 4 Dec 1856 Jay, Indiana, United Statesto Sarah Catherine Hobson
Census[3] 1860 Harrison, Blackford, Indiana, United Statesage 25 - married
Census[4] 1870 Richland, Jay, Indiana, United Statesage 35 -
Death? 20 Jun 1875 Dunkirk, Blackford, Indiana, United States
Burial[1] Mount Tabor Cemetery, Dunkirk, Blackford, Indiana, United States
References
  1. Daniel Sutton, in Find A Grave.

    [Includes headstone photo.]

  2. Daniel Sutton, in Jay, Indiana, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication M432).

    Year: 1850; Census Place: Richland, Jay, Indiana; Roll: M432_153; Page: 356B; Image: 161.
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    Name: Daniel Sutton; Age: 15; Birth Year: abt 1835; Birthplace: Ohio; Home in 1850: Richland, Jay, Indiana; Gender: Male; Family Number: 22
    Household Members: Name Age
    Isaiah Sutton 41
    Rebecca Sutton 36
    John Sutton 17
    Daniel Sutton 15
    Robert Shroyer 14
    Sarah J Sutton 10
    Elizabeth Sutton 8
    George B Sutton 6
    Abraham W Sutton 4
    David N Sutton 2

  3. Dane Sutton, in Blackford, Indiana, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication M693).

    Year: 1860; Census Place: Harrison, Blackford, Indiana; Roll: M653_245; Page: 625; Image: 83; Family History Library Film: 803245.
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    Name: Dane Sutton [Daniel Sutton]
    Age in 1860: 25
    Birth Year: abt 1835
    Birthplace: Ohio
    Home in 1860: Harrison, Blackford, Indiana
    Gender: Male
    Post Office: Montpelier
    Household Members: Name Age
    Dane Sutton 25
    Sarah C Sutton 20
    Arthur E Sutton 1

  4. Daniel Sutton, in Jay, Indiana, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication M593).

    Year: 1870; Census Place: Richland, Jay, Indiana; Roll: M593_327; Page: 156B; Image: 316; Family History Library Film: 545826.
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    Name: Daniel Sutton
    Age in 1870: 36
    Birth Year: abt 1834
    Birthplace: Ohio
    Home in 1870: Richland, Jay, Indiana
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Post Office: Dunkirk
    Value of real estate: View Image
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Daniel Sutton 36
    Carthine Sutton 30
    Amanda Sutton 15
    Arthur E Sutton 11
    Albert A Sutton 8
    Nellie A Sutton 5
    Jose S Sutton 3
    Ada A Sutton 1

  5.   Daniel Sutton, in Shinn, Benjamin G ed. Blackford and Grant counties, Indiana: a chronicle of their people past and present with family lineage and personal memoirs. (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co, 1914).

    ...Daniel Sutton, one of the children of the first marriage [Rev. Isaiah Sutton and Catherine Shrack], was the father of the present deputy sheriff of Blackford county. Of the large family of seventeen children, only one is living, and he was the first born of the entire number. This venerable man is William G. Sutton and he is nearly ninety years of age at the time of this writing, in 1914. Daniel Sutton was born in Greene county, Ohio, on the 22d of June, 1834, and he was two years old at the time of the family removal to Jay county, Indiana, where he was reared to manhood under the conditions and influence of the pioneer days. Upon attaining to his legal majority he began independent operations as a farmer, utilizing a portion of the tract of 480 acres which his father had acquired in Jay and Blackford counties. Daniel Sutton became one of the substantial landholders and representative agriculturists of Jay county, besides which his character and ability made him influential in community affairs. He remained on the old homestead farm until his death, June 22, 1875 – his forty-first birthday anniversary. He was a lifelong member of the Methodist Episcopal church, zealous and faithful, and in politics he was a staunch republican.
    In Blackford county Daniel Sutton wedded Miss Sarah C. Hobson, who was born in a little two-room frame house that stood opposite the court house on Main street, Hartford City, the date of her nativity having been July 4, 1840. She was a daughter of Joseph and Catherine (Goghnauer) Hobson, ...