|Birth: ||Sep. 29, 1853|
|Death: ||May 18, 1913|
George H. SUTTLE, a pioneer of Routt county, having located a homestead adjoining town in 1888, died suddenly Sunday evening at the home of his son, Arthur SUTTLES, on Soda creek. Deceased returned about two weeks ago after spending the winter in Florida. He caught cold coming over the range and had been indisposed for several days. Dr. Crulkshank, who was in attendance, gives the cause of death as acute bronchitis, but no serious results were anticipated until a few hours before death came.
George H. SUTTLE was born September 29, 1853, and with his wife and family came to Steamboat Springs in 1888 where he has since resided almost continuously. Mrs. SUTTLE died January 10, 1910. The surviving children are Arthur SUTTLE of Steamboat Springs, Mrs. Mary WATERS of Plummer, Idaho; Mrs. Nellie GROSS of Seattle, Washington, and Mrs. May SCHAFFER of Denver.
George H. SUTTLE was a square and a just man; a man of strong convictions and rigid principles, a good father and husband and a good neighbor. The funeral is being held at the Methodist church today.
(Published in The Steamboat Pilot (Steamboat Springs, CO), May 21, 1913.)
George Henry SUTTLE was born in the state of Iowa, September 29, 1853, and departed this life May 18, 1913.
In 1873 he was married to Amelia Frances TENNIS, whose death occurred at Steamboat Springs in the month of January, 1910.
To this union were born eight children, four of whom have gone to the other world. Those living are Arthur L., Mrs. Mary WATERS, Plummer, Idaho, Mrs. Nellie GROSS, Seattle, Washington, Mrs. Mae SHAFFER, Denver.
Mr. SUTTLE was dedicated to God by his parents in infancy and while a child united with the M. E. church, of which he was a member at the time of his death.
Both he and his wife were workers in the church and faithful in attendance. Since 1888 Mr. SUTTLE had made his home in Routt county. Mr. SUTTLE returned home about two weeks ago rom Florida, where he spent the winter. On the return trip he caught cold, which developed into acute bronchitis, which was the cause of his death. Mr. SUTTLE was a kind and loving father and had the respect of all who knew him. His death came as a sever shock to his many friends.
(Published in The Routt County Sentinel (Steamboat Springs, CO), May 23, 1913.)
Amelia Francis Tennis Suttle (1851 - 1910)*
Elmer F. Suttle (____ - 1911)*
Mary Lillian Suttle Waters (1879 - 1964)*
Steamboat Springs Cemetery
Plot: Original Addition / Block 7 / Lot 8
Created by: Donna Barnes
Record added: Jan 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 63813293