|Birth: ||Jun. 13, 1833|
Rhode Island, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 14, 1902|
Indian, Mixed, Dark
Died as a result of a accident. He fractured the base of his skull at the Hilbert Junction depot when he fell from the platform.
He was born in Rhode Island 67 years ago, was the son of Cato Stanton, came to Chilton in 1843. He lived for a while in Marinette. He leaves one sister Mrs. Betsy O'Brien of Gravesville.
He was a soldier in the civil war in Company G, 14th Wisconsin Infantry.
Buried on February 15, 1902 in the Elydred Cemetery (Krebsbach Cemetery).
The son of Moses Stanton and his first wife, Maria Onion, a Narragansett Indian who died in Charlestown, Washington Co., Rhode island.
Moses Stanton (1794 - 1862)
Elizabeth Stanton O'Brien (1830 - 1912)*
Cato Stanton (1833 - 1902)
Catherine A. Stanton (1845 - 1863)*
Augustus H Stanton (1847 - 1878)*
William O. Stanton (1849 - 1900)*
Created by: Caroline K Andler
Record added: Oct 08, 2011
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