|► Nebraska (Clay County), Sutton — 49 — Sutton —|
|The first permanent settler in the town of Sutton was Luther French, who arrived in 1870. He and his seven children lived near here in a dugout on the bank of School Creek. This dugout had a tunnel to the creek bank and the inside entrance could be . . . — — Map (db m78007) HM|
|► Nebraska (Clay County), Sutton — 422 — The Soldier's Monument —|
|On March 27, 1879, George G. Meade Post 19, Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Nebraska, was founded in Sutton by twenty former Union soldiers. The G.A.R. was a national fraternal organization created to provide for the welfare of Union . . . — — Map (db m78006) HM WM|
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May. 28, 2020