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Gladwin County Obituary/Death Notice
Andrew sutherland

   Andrew George Sutherland died suddenly at his home in Gladwin township Saturday afternoon, Nov. 14. He had been in poor health some time, his affliction, gradually growing worse. He had been able to be around the house and farm as usual and had come in from outdoors tired out when he was taken suddenly worse and died in a few minutes. He was born in Ottawa, Canada, Aug. 29, 1874, and was aged 51 years, two months and 16 days. In his boyhood days he came to Michigan with his parents and has since made his home at Saginaw, at Gladwin and in Indiana. ' He was married to Miss Ruby White March 23, 1910. To "this union were born, five children, Corl, Glenn, Leroy, Winnie and Hugh. He was engaged in farming and was greatly interested in the industry.

   He joined the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and was baptized Aug. 19, 1917, and continued a firm believer in the faith until his death.

   He is survived by his wife and five children, three brothers, Thomas Sutherland of Saginaw, Dan Sutherland of Ontario, William Sutherland of Saskatchewan, and many other relatives.

   Funeral services were held at the Latter Day Saints church, Section Eight, Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Elder Pendleton. Burial in Ridge cemetery.

   Relatives from out of town who came to attend the funeral were Mrs. Arthur Buchanan, Mrs. Maude McMillan, Thomas Sutherland, George Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ziegler of Saginaw, Everett White and Miss Viola White of Detroit.

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Ridge Cemetery, Gladwin, MI
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Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
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September 2009
Bob Frei
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