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E. H. Sexton

Erastus Harvey Sexton, 69, employee of the Northern Pacific railroad in Livingston since 1923, died at the family home, 323 North Main, at 1 o’clock this morning following an illness of several days.

Mr. Sexton suffered a stroke of paralysis and grew gradually weaker until death came.

The body was removed to the Pemberton funeral home. Funeral arrangements are pending word from relatives.

Born April 23, 1876, near Peoria, Ill., Mr. Sexton later moved to Stockville, Neb., where he was married to Isabelle McAllister April 5, 1902. They resided in Stockville for eight years, then moved to Boise, Ida. They came to Montana in 1906, settling in Big Timber, where he was employed as a carpenter by the Daughett Lumber company until the family moved to Livingston in 1923.

He was employed as a carpenter by the Northern Pacific railroad for a number of years in recent years had served as a night watchman.

Mr. Sexton was the last of 10 children born to the late Mr. and Mrs. Isaac M. Sexton.

Surviving are his widow; four daughters, Mary Jane Sexton and Velma Endt of Livingston, Clarissa Myra Howard of Cartersville and Viola Priscilla Berlin of Minneapolis, and two sons, Clarence M. Sexton of Laurel and John McAllister Sexton of Livingston, who was recently honorably discharged from the armed forces.

The Livingston Enterprise 34(225):5 Friday, November 30, 1945

Published: 5/28/2024 - http://www.historicfarnam.us/cemetery/obits/index.asp
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