|Death: ||Jun. 22, 1890|
Samuel was the son of John Rogers Sutterfield and Martha Linda Treece. Samuel married Malinda Hodges and had the following known children: Martha, Mary Jane, Nathaniel Newton, Sarah Louise Angeline,Peter Moore, James G., William Henry, and Hettie.
According to information from Errol Lewis, Samuel was a big man of six feet one and a half inches in height, having fair complexion, dark hair and blue eyes. Samuel was a justice of the peace in Searcy County during the 1860's.
Samuel served in both the Confederate and Union Armies during the Civil War. He was with Company "F", 45th Arkansas Militia from Searcy Co., Campbell Township. This Militia was under the command of Colonel Samuel Leslie and arrested 72 men from Searcy Co. for belonging to the secret peace organization in November and December of 1861. On June 16, 1862 a company was sworn in and designated as the 32nd Regiment, Arkansas Infantry (CSA). Sam was a member of this company and assigned to Company "F".
Sam enlisted on February 5, 1864 in the Union Army and was a member of the Third Arkansas Cavalry, Company M. He was discharged on May 22, 1865. He contracted pneumonia wihle in the Union Army and was awarded a partial disability pension after his discharge. He died from lung disease. Card Records of Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War gives burial as Campbell Cemetery, Searcy County, Arkansas, USA.
Created by: Wayne Rorie
Record added: Sep 23, 2012
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