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Biography of Fred Roscoe Sutton, M. D.

Dr. Fred Roscoe Sutton, physician and surgeon of Bartlesville, has been successfully engaged in the practice of medicine in Oklahoma since 1898. The passing years have chronicled the steady growth and progress of the state and in keeping with the trend of change and advancement is the record of Dr. Sutton, who at all times has kept abreast of the latest researches and discoveries relative to the laws of health. He was born in Emporia, Kansas, January 14, 1874, and is a son of Dr. George W. Sutton, a native of Kentucky, whose birth occurred just across the River from Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1840, and who was largely educated in that city. He pursued his professional course in the Cincinnati Medical College, from which he was graduated with the class of 1865. In the meantime, however, he had spent four years as a soldier of the Union army during the Civil war, having enlisted at Cincinnati in an Ohio regiment, in which he rose to the rank of captain. In 1871 he removed to Emporia, Kansas, where he soon became established in a large practice, his ability being at once recognized. He also became a prominent figure in connection with public and political affairs and was a most ardent exponent of the Republican platform. It was Dr. George W. Sutton who more than any one else, was instrumental in the rapid rise to prominence of Senator Preston B. Plumb. Dr. Sutton was recognized as a man of sound judgment and his opinions concerning any individual or any circumstance always carried weight with many of his friends. They learned to...

Leverich, Mary Arizona ‘Zona’ Bever – Obituary

Services for Mrs. Mary Zona Leverich, 88, of 217 SE 70, who died Friday [January 27, 1961], will be at 4 p.m. Monday in Hunter Funeral Home. Burial will be in Moore Cemetery. Mrs. Leverich was born at Pleasantville, Iowa, and had lived in Oklahoma City most of the time since 1897. She was a member of Draper Park Christian Church. Surviving are three sons, Ralph, 216 SW 35; Earl, Hartford, Iowa, and Oren J., St. Louis; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Ritter, 217 SE 70, and Mrs. Ester Gouka, Des Moines, Iowa, and a brother, Roy Bever, Windom, Minn. The Daily Oklahoman, January 29, 1961 Contributed by: Shelli...

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