Biography of Robert Sutton
Allen County, OH Biographies

ROBERT SUTTON, farmer, P. O. Spencerville, was born in Amanda Township, this county, November 5, 1841; son of Thomas and Susan (Kephart) Sutton, natives of Champaign and Montgomery Counties, Ohio, respectively; the fourth white family to settle in this county; they were the parents of eight children. Our subject, the fourth child, was raised on a farm and received a common school education. He has worked more or less at the carpenter's trade, but farming has been the principal occupation of his life. During the late war of the Rebellion he enlisted in Company A, Eighty first Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and three years were spent in the service of his country. He was married June 21, 1876, to Susan Baber, born in Amanda Township, October 13, 1849, daughter of James and Susan (McMiller) Baber, both now deceased. To Mr. and Mrs. Sutton were born two children: Delbert A. and John S. Mr Sutton is a member of Fair Post G. A. R., also of the I. O. O. F. In his political convictions he is identified with the Republican party. He came to Spencer Township in 1876, and his farm was then in a state of nature. He is an energetic hard working man, and has made his property by industry and economy.

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