ALBERT E. SUTLIFF, of the firm of Keefe, Sutliff & Co., liverymen, Newaygo, was born in Bridgeton Township, Newaygo Co., Mich., March 18, 1861. His father Calvin A. Sutliff, was born Jan. 27, 1828, in New York of English and German extraction, and is a pioneer settler of Bridgeton Township, where he is a heavy landholder. The mother, Emily H. (Woodward) Sutliff, is a native of New York, and was born April 13, 1839. Their farm comprises 272 acres, 100 acres of which is under improvement.
Mr. Sutliff was brought up as a pioneer's son and shared in the labors and hardships of clearing the homestead and placing it in its present valuable condition. Sept. 18, 1883, associated with his brother, Solon D. Sutliff, and Charles E. Keefe, he opened a livery stable in Newaygo on the site of the establishment of J. M. Allen, whose building was destroyed in the fire of April 29, 1883. The firm is in a prosperous condition and its establishment is well stocked with excellent horses, carriages and all other fixtures necesary to meet the local demand. Mr. Sutliff is a member of Jericho Lodge, Order of Good Templars, located at West Ashland.