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Stinton, Hannah 1832-1904


Posted By: Doris Hoffman (email)
Date: 6/16/2010 at 15:21:47

Death of Mrs. Stinton

Merrill Record: Mrs. H. Stinton,
another of our settlers, has gone
to her reward. For the past three
months Mrs. Stinton has been in
very poor health and gradually, grew
worse until the end came last Monday
morning, January 11, 1904.

Mrs. Stinton was born in Shropshire,
England, March 1, 1832. On
July 12, 1843, she was married to
George Tutton and the following
year came to America. Mr. Tutton
died in the Civil War, April 2, 1862.

Three children were born to Mr. and
Mrs. Tutton. These three are still
alive and were present at the funeral
yesterday. Mrs. C. L. Brown, of
this place, Mrs. Chas. Stinton, of
Geneva, Neb., and Henry Tutton, of
Waverly, Neb.

On November 17, 1863, she was
married to Wm. Stinton and moved to
the present home in Plymouth County
March 26, 1873. Mr. Stinton. died
February 5, 1879. Six boys and one
girl survive from this union Fred
Geo., Will, Ira. Cliff, Rob, and Mrs.
Will Dias. All are married except Ira,
who has been living on the farm with
his mother.

The funeral of Mrs. Stinton was
held at the U. B. Church at Adaville
Wednesday, January 13, 1904. All her
children were present at the funeral.

Le Mars Sentinel
Tuesday, January 19, 1904
Her maiden name is Mansell and her mother's maiden name was Goer.


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