|Birth: ||Dec. 3, 1843|
|Death: ||Oct. 12, 1930, USA|
Wilson S. Stuter 86, for many years a resident of Valparaiso, died Sunday night in at the home of his daughter Mrs. Louise Terrill in Rogers Park, Chicago. He was for more than 40 years an employee of the old Valparaiso- Chicago accommodation train. later he had a run from Ft. Wayne to Chicago.He retired from service a number of years ago. Mr. Stuter was a native of Ohio and served in the Civil War and a member of Captain Brown GAR of this city. Surviving are a son Foster Stuter of Los Angeles, CA and a daughter Mrs. FA Terrill. His wife Mrs. Geneva Stoddard Stuter proceeded him in death a number of years ago. His body will be brought here Tuesday morning at 11:04 over the Pennsylvania Railroad and taken to CW Bartholomew and Son Funeral Chapel on Washington street where the funeral will be conducted at 11:30.with Rev. Chester W. Wharton of the Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial will be in Adam's Cemetery south of Valparaiso.
In the Civil War he was with Co. B 17th OVVO From Fairfield County, OH. He and his brother Perciville Stuter were on Sherman's march to the sea.
Research by Bonnie Morris Conrad
Photo belongs to Will Dayton direct descendant.
Harriet Stuter Chamberlain Bright (1824 - 1892)
Geneva S Stoddard Stuter (1851 - 1923)
Judson Stuter (1879 - 1880)*
Anna Louesa Stuter Terrill (1884 - 1977)*
Wilson Shannon Stuter (1843 - 1930)
Samantha Adaline Stuter Paul (1844 - 1907)*
Percival Brayton Stuter (1846 - 1917)*
Zula Bright Carnes (1854 - 1911)*
America Bright (1855 - 1856)*
Laura Bright Weist (1857 - 1939)*
Created by: Bonnie Morris Conrad
Record added: Jul 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39041277
Added: Nov. 10, 2009
Rest in peace Civil War soldier and GAR Member. Love from your great niece.|
Bonnie Morris Conrad
Added: Jul. 3, 2009