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Descendants of Harrison McMickle


Generation No. 4


16. MINNIE LEVINA4 CLENDENEN (ROBERT M.3, SARAH JANE2 MCMICKLE, HARRISON1) was born 12 July 1882 in Jackson Twp., Van Buren, Iowa, and died 03 April 1959 in St. Helens, Columbia, Oregon. She married WILLIAM ALFONSO SUTTON 15 September 1907 in Bosie, Ada, Idaho, son of HARVEY SUTTON and MARGARET KIMPLE. He was born 25 April 1885 in St. Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri, and died 04 August 1967 in St. Helens, Columbia, Oregon.

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INNIE LEVINA CLENDENEN:
The St. Helens Sentinel - Mist
St. Helens, Oregon
Monday April 6, 1959

SERVICES HELD FOR RESIDENT     


      Funeral services were held at ten o'clock this morning in the Coleman-Rushing Chapel for Minnie L. Sutton of Warren who died April 3 in St. Helens at the age of 76 years. Born July 12, 1882 in Milton, Iowa she had been a resident of this area for the past 10 years. She was a member of the Chapman Grange.
      She is survived by her husband, William Sutton of Warren and one son, George Sutton of California.
      Rev. Charles McDonald was the officiating minster. Internment was in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, Portland. Serving as pall bears were Oscar Hale, James Gill, Fred Mollemburg, Ralph Langdon and Alvino Vasquez.

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INNIE LEVINA CLENDENEN:
Cause of Death: Bronchial Pneumonia, Fractured right hip
Fact 1: 06 April 1959, Burial:Lincoln Memorial Park, Portland, Oregon
Medical Information: Death Certificate
Obit: See Notes

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ILLIAM ALFONSO SUTTON:
Obit:
The Sentinal - Mist
St. Helens, Oregon
August 7, 1967

      Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the O'Connell Funeral Chapel for William A. Sutton of Scappose, who died here Friday.
      Sutton, who was 82, had lived in Scappose for 20 years. He was born in St. Joseph, Missouri.
      He was a life member of the St. Helens Masonic Lodge 32, AF&AM, and a member of Mispols Chapter 30 of the Order of the Eastern Star, and of Columbia Chapter 53, Royal Arch Masons.
      He was also a member of the Chapman Grange, the National Grange and an honorary member of the Chapman Junior Grange.
      He is survived by his son, George Sutton of Tarpon Springs, Florida and his sisters, Mrs. Margaret Gnagy and Mrs. Alice Melquist of Glendora, California and Mrs. Grace Leonard and Verda Ord, both whom live in California.
      He is also survived by his brother, Howard Sutton, who lives in California, and by three grandchildren.
      The services will be conducted by the Rev. George Nelson, and members of the Masonic Lodge will participate. Burial will be in the Lincoln Memorial Park in Portland.





Written by Dore' Sutton, granddaughter

I remember a summer visit to grandpa house in Warren,Oregon. My family had driven up from Costa Mesa, California. While there, my sisters and I explored the forest behind grandpa house and caught cradads in the creek that flowed near the house. And a very special memory was of the old horse harnesses he had in his work barn. He told me that they had belonged to his father, Harvey W. Sutton. I thought that was very interesting, but could not imagine anything that old. Those were probably the very harnesses that were used on the trip west from Missouri, or possibly used on the moves from Oregon to Idaho and back. If I only could go back in time and listen to the stories now.

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ILLIAM ALFONSO SUTTON:
Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure
Fact 1: 08 August 1967, Burial:Lincoln Memorial Park, Portland, Oregon
Fact 2: SS# 541-01-3202 - Issued in Oregon
Fact 3: Occupation: Electrician, Pipefitter
Fact 4: Lifelong member of Masons
Fact 5: Belonged to Grange
Medical Information: Arteriosclerotic cardiovascular renal disease
Obit: See Notes

Marriage Notes for M
INNIE CLENDENEN and WILLIAM SUTTON:
Ada County Courthouse Marriage Records
Vol. 7, Page 326
FTM Archives - CD #225


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ILLIAM SUTTON and MINNIE CLENDENEN:
Marriage: 15 September 1907, Bosie, Ada, Idaho
Source: WFT Marriage Index CD # 225
     
Children of M
INNIE CLENDENEN and WILLIAM SUTTON are:
  i.   RAYMOND HOWARD5 SUTTON, b. 30 April 1914, Bosie, Ada, Idaho; d. 04 September 1948, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon; m. DOLLY BEATTIE, 23 September 1940, Vancouver, Clark, Washington.
  Notes for RAYMOND HOWARD SUTTON:
The Oregonian
Portland, Oregon
September 5, 1948 - page 8, col. 1

CURRENT FATAL TO BOAT BUILDER

      Raymond Howard Sutton, 30, 3644 N. Winchell street, was electrocuted Saturday night while working with a welder's torch in his brother's boatyard at 5705 N.E. Alton street.
      He was pronounced dead of arrival at Emanuel hospital after resuscitation efforts by Deputy Sheriffs Don Wright and Walter Jahn failed to revive him.
      Officers said Sutton was welding some pipe to a steel hull and came in contact with live current through faulty welding equipment. The victim father, William A. Sutton, also 3644 N. Winchell street, was at work in another compartment of the boat at the time.

The Oregonian
Portland, Oregon
September 9, 1948
Obit:
Sutton - September 4, 1948, Raymond H., late of 3644 N. Winchell St., Son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sutton; brother of George Sutton. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. Finley's Rose Chapel, SW Montgomery at 4th. Friends invited. Internment at Lincoln Memorial Park.




By Dore' Sutton.
I never met my Uncle Raymond as he was killed 2 months before I was born. But I have been told that he really loved my sister, being that he had no children of his own. From what I have been told, he was also a talented artist.

  More About RAYMOND HOWARD SUTTON:
Cause of Death: Electrocution by electric welding outfit
Fact 1: 03 July 1942, Divorced
Fact 2: No children
Fact 3: 08 September 1948, Burial:Lincoln Memorial Park,Portland,Oregon
Fact 4: Attended: Benson High School
Fact 5: Porland, Oregon
Fact 6: SS# 544-10-0550 - Issued in Oregon
Medical Information: (Faulty cord contacted neck working for self)
Obit: See Notes

  More About RAYMOND SUTTON and DOLLY BEATTIE:
Divorce: 03 July 1942, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon
Marriage: 23 September 1940, Vancouver, Clark, Washington

  ii.   GEORGE WILLIAM SUTTON, b. 25 June 1917, Bosie, Ada, Idaho; d. 16 May 1988, Daytona Beach, Volusia, Florida; m. JESTEEN ANGELINE PARENT, 23 June 1940, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon; b. 01 February 1921, Denver, Denver, Colorado.
  Notes for GEORGE WILLIAM SUTTON:
As a young man, George William Sutton, started out to study aviation design. But then turned to his true love of boats. He became an accomplished steel ship designer and builder. He started out in Portland, Oregon. In 1952, he moved his family to Orange County, California to continue his occupation. In California he built pleasure yachts, commercial fishing boats, party fishing boats, and oil rig tenders. In 1964, being pushed out of water front property, he moved to Tarpon Springs, Florida. There he continued his successful ship building business with more accessible water frontage. In 1977, he moved his business again to Flagler Beach, Florida. There he continued his business until his death in 1988. Most, if not all, his ships are still in use today.

  More About GEORGE WILLIAM SUTTON:
Cause of Death: Cardio respiratory failure
Fact 1: Cremation:Quality Crematory,Ocoee,Florida
Fact 2: Attended: Benson High School
Fact 3: Portland, Oregon
Fact 4: SS# 542-10-2512 - Issued in Oregon
Fact 5: Lifelong member of Masons
Medical Information: Gross hematuria, terminal Metastatic adenocarcinoma prostate

  More About GEORGE SUTTON and JESTEEN PARENT:
Marriage: 23 June 1940, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon


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