Aaron Watson Sutton
Birth: Abt 9 Nov 1841 - Warren County, New Jersey 6762 Baptism: Death: 30 Nov 1905 - Washington, Washington Township, Warren County, New Jersey 6762,6763,6764 Burial: Aft 1 Dec 1905 - Pleasant Grove, Washington Township, Morris County, New Jersey 6762 Cause of Death:
• Milit-Beg: 10 Jun 1862, New Jersey. Enlisted as a Private in Company B, 11th Infantry Regiment, NJ
• Milit-End: 15 Jan 1863, Convalescent Camp, Virginia. And received a disability discharge
• He appeared on the census on 14 Jun 1880 in Washington Township, Morris County, New Jersey.
• He appeared on the census on 19 Jun 1905 in Washington Borough, Warren County, New Jersey. Residing with Charles T. Carling and family
Father: Joseph W. Sutton Mother: Sarah Ann Rittenbury
Spouses and Children
1. Sarah A. Beam Marriage: Aft Jul 1870 - New Jersey 2. *Julia A. Trimmer Marriage: 13 Oct 1888 - Andover, Warren County, New Jersey 6765
of pneumonia complicated by nephritisBurial Notes:
Death called another veteran last Thursday (November 30, 1905) when Watson Sutton died at the home of his brother Lewis V. Sutton at 233 E. Washington Ave. Mr. Sutton, who was employed at Charles Carling's livery, complained of a heavy cold Monday, but reported for work Tuesday morning. His condition became such shortly afterward that Mr. Carling had him removed to his home in a carriage. Dr. T. S. Dedrick, who was summoned, pronounced the complaint pleuri-pneumonia of the worst kind. Mr. Sutton died at 4:45 Thursday afternoon. He was born at Wiretown, near Hackettstown, and was the son of Joseph Sutton. On November 9 he was given a surprise party in honor of his sixty-third birthday anniversary. He was one of thirteen children and two of his brothers also served in the Union army during the Civil War. Mr. Sutton was a member of the Eleventh Regiment of New Jersey. Mr. Sutton was twice married. The first Mrs. Sutton was Miss Sarah Beam of Middle Valley, and the second wife was Miss Julia Trimmer. She was also a native of Middle Valley. Mr. Sutton is survived by the following brothers and sisters: John and Mathias of Iowa, William and Andrew of Hackettstown, Edward of Easton, Mrs. Margaret Lundy of Chatham, Mrs. Rachel Goerke of Danville and Lewis of Washington. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Dr. F. W. Johnson at his late home Sunday afternoon. The body was taken to Pleasant Grove and interred in the cemetery connected with the Presbyterian Church of which he was a member.
buried in Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Churchyard.Marriage Notes (Julia A. Trimmer)
Second marriage for both